National Culture Fund (NCF) was set up as a Trust in 1996 under the Charitable Endowment Act, 1890 with a view to mobilize extra resources through Public-Private Partnership (PPP) towards promoting, protecting & preserving India’s Cultural Heritage (Tangible & Intangible). During the last five FYs (2018-19 to 2022-23) NCF has received Rs.3.70 crore from Non-Government Sources.

Further, Government has recently launched a programme titled ‘Adopt a Heritage Programme 2.0’ with an objective to encourage Public Private Partnership for providing basic tourist amenities e.g., washrooms, drinking water, pathways, benches etc. for enhancing visitors’ experience at Centrally Protected Monuments. ( ). This information was given by Union Minister for Culture, Tourism And Development of North Eastern Region Shri G.Kishan Reddy in Lok Sabha today.

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