Shri Basavaraj Bommai
Hon’ble Chief Minister Of Karnataka
Minister of Tourism, Ecology and Environment of Karnataka
Recent News and Events
- National Police Memorials – Visit NPM in Delhi: 36,000 police martyrs laid down their lives for your safety
- Launching of TOURISM CARAVAN by Hon’ble CM and Tourism Minister on 17th June 2020
- Karnataka Government picks 41 destinations to boost Tourism
- International Trade Fairs/Roadshows 2019-2020
- This Year, Script Your Adventure, here in Karnataka 2019-2020
Circulars & Orders
All India Tourist Vehicles (Authorization or Permit) Rules, 2021
In an effort to promote tourism across the states in the country, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has announced a new scheme. Under this scheme, any tourist vehicle operator may apply for an ‘All India Tourist Permit’ online. This new set of rules is titled, ‘All India Tourist Vehicles Authorization and Permit Rules, 2021 has been published vide GSR 166 (E). Dated 10 March 2021, these rules will be applicable from 01 April 2021. Meanwhile, all the existing permits will be in force during their validity.
The application for the grant of authorisation or renewal of authorisation will be issued after the submission of all the relevant documents. The specified application fee needs to be made digitally on the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways website. After the completion of this process, the transport authority will issue the permit within a period of 30 days.
These new rules will offer the seamless movement of tourist passenger vehicles across the country while increasing the state government’s revenue. In other words, tourist operators will longer have to visit government offices as they can get their permit online without much hassle. ‘One nation, one permit’ rules is a crucial step in promoting the citizens’ movement and boosting tourism.
Welcome to the Tenders page of the Department of Tourism, Govt. of Karnataka. Soft copies of all tenders issued in newspapers/magazines/periodicals will be posted here from time to time. The Department of Tourism in its constant striving to create better facilities for travellers in the destination, initiates a number of developmental works across the State.
Click on any of the tender documents that interest you. We look forward to working with you to create one of India’s better destinations for travel.
Should you have any queries regarding the tenders, do not hesitate to contact the coordinates mentioned in the Tender documents as posted here. For general enquiries, please contact :
Or speak with the Project Monitoring Unit on 91 80 22352 424 and speak to the Joint Commissioner-Tourism.