The Flooded Kaziranga Tiger Reserve Scores Low As A Tiger Brand.

Kaziranga tiger

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India – The Telegraph

Kaziranga Scores Low As Brand Tiger Reserve.


Kaziranga National park, the abode of one-horned rhinos and a tourist hotspot, is still not a “brand” tiger reserve, says a study carried out by the Indian Institute of Forest Management.

The study on the brand equity of six tiger reserves — Corbett, Ranthambore, Kanha, Sundarbans, Periyar and Kaziranga — found Kaziranga to score the lowest. Brand equity is the value of a brand, assessed on its high brand loyalty, name awareness, perceived quality and strong brand associations.


The NTCA released a report that the by floodings devastated Kaziranga National Park is scoring low as a tiger brand – related to five other tiger reserves.