• Kerala
    in the world. Not surpirisingly, the State Tourism Department promotes Kerala’s natural beauty, breathtaking lush landscape and tropical beaches as “God’s own country”. The result has been a signifiant influx of tourists and foreign visitors. The Sanskrit saying “athithi devo bhava”( treat your guest like God, with respect and honour) is ingrained in the collective ethos of the people of Kerala....
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  • Hong Kong Disneyland Case Study
    * Direct jobs created on completion: 25,704 (including 12,000 in business park) * Demerits: Difficult to estimate growth as the port could be affected by slowdown in the US economy * Option 3: A fourth-generation new town * A.) Penny’s Bay Housing Development & other tourism...
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  • Economics(Hons) from Delhi University Looking for Job in Financial and Banking Sector
    Tourism industry is one of the largest industries in India, with a contribution of 6.23% to the national GDP and employment share of 8.78%. The industry generated revenues of about $100 billion in 2008 and is expected to reach $275.5 billion by 2018, growing at a rate of 9.4%. In 2008, 5.37 million...
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  • Hvs - Hotel Room Supply, Capital Investment and Manpower Requirement by 2021
    tourism states such as Rajasthan and Delhi, which are home to the immensely popular tourist circuit known as 'Golden Triangle' and other well-loved destinations, rank in the bottom half of the list. This is also true for states such as Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra and Goa that see large tourism...
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  • Carbon Footprint
    Intoduction: Onam is a Hindu festival, celebrated with a great enthusiasm throughout Kerala between August and September. Description: Onam is the most popular festival of Kerala (a southern coastal state of India). This is a Hindu festival, celebrated with a great enthusiasm...
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  • My File
    by 2018 at a 9.4% annual growth rate.[1] The majority of foreign tourists come from USA and UK. Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan are the top five states to receive inbound tourists.[2] Domestic tourism in the same year was 740 million. Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu...
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  • Cultural Tourism
    projecting India as the ultimate cultural tourism destination given boost to tourism in culture in India. The most popular states in India for cultural tourism are: • Kerala • Rajasthan • Tamil Nadu • Uttar Pradesh • Uttaranchal http://www.indialine.com/travel/culture/ Among the...
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  • Eco Tourism
    momentum amongst the metropolis traveller. A plethora of holiday camping options are available in the Himalayan belt, where soft adventure tourism is packaged with holiday camping to create an acceptable eco-tourism product. Resorts tucked deep inside jungles of Karnataka, House-boats of Kerala, Tree...
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  • Captive Elephants in India
    An opinion against the recommendations by the Elephant Task Force for the gradual phase-out of elephants from commercial captivity in India. Elephants enjoy a special place in the profile of Kerala, a state that takes pride in its substantial elephant population in the wild. It is an inseparable...
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  • Fisheries Management
    Contents What are Fisheries / Fisheries Management? 3 Why do we need Fisheries Management? 4 Goals and objectives of Fisheries Management 6 Merits 7 Demerits 7 Impact of Fisheries on environment 8 1. Overfishing 8 2. By catch 9 3. Non selective fishing gear 10 4. Ghost fishing...
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  • ESSAY
    coastlines, sunny beaches, backwaters of Kerala, snow capped Himalayas and the quiescent lakes are incredible. 2. Demand-supply gap : Indian hotel industry is facing a mismatch between the demand and supply of rooms leading to higher room rates and occupancy levels. With the privilege of...
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  • Conservation
    whole world.Manas National Park of India boasts of amazing wildlife as well as picturesque beauty.The park is situated in the Kamrup district of the northeastern state of Assam.Periyar National Park lies nestled in the Western Ghats, falling in the Idukki district of Kerala. The lake that...
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  • Tourism
    district and tekal in Kolar district are a rock climbers heaven.[citation needed] Kerala Kerala, nicknamed as "God's own country," is famous for its houseboats. Main article: Tourism in Kerala Kerala is a state on the tropical Malabar Coast of southwestern India. Nicknamed as one of the "10 paradises...
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  • Tourism in India
    and traditions, coupled with its varied demography, has made it one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Growing at a rate of 13.31%, the tourism industry significantly contributes to the state's economy. Kerala is known for its tropical backwaters and pristine beaches such as Kovalam...
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  • Ethic
    development and its image (Hong Kong Tourism Board, 2012). However, those guidelines can only be the references for penalty without actural legal binding. The highest penalty for tour guides is license withdrawal if they reach 30 accumulated demerits within two years (Travel Industry Council, 2012...
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  • Tourism Marketing in India
    the upper reaches of Ganges in Uttarakhand; traditional Ayurveda massages in Kerala are marketed well to attract domestic and foreign tourists. Palace on wheels is a luxury tourist train promoted jointly by Indian Railways and Rajasthan Tourism Development Corp. The concept, initially launched...
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  • How Can We Ensure That Kerala Deserves the Name ‘Gods Own Country?’
    When it comes to describing Kerala in its true magnificence, then words fail us, as the natural beauty, the flora and fauna and the culture and heritage of the place appear too good to be true. Kerala is one of the top 50 destinations of the world according to National Geographic Traveler and has...
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  • Medical Tourism in India
    Incredible India Brochure on Medical Tourism August 30. The Indian systems of medicine like Ayurveda, Yoga, Panchakarma, Rejuvenation Therapy are among the most ancient systems of medical treatment, of the world, he said. Southern states of India, especially, Kerala has developed Health Tourism as one...
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  • India Risk Analysis
    resulted in a unique and progressive society that is adopting a western taste for entertainment and leisure. Tourism is increasingly becoming a mainstay industry of Kerala. Besides bringing in large investments from international financial contributors, the tourism is also contributing much to the...
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  • M Governance in Kerala
    | Advertisement medium for Tourism Dept. | 6. | Lottery | Lottery Results on Mobile | 7. | Entrance Examination | Entrance Examination results / Valuation stages via SMS | 8. | Health | H1N1 and HIV Awareness Campaigns | 9. | Forest | Timber Auction alerts | 10. | Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan...
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