• Gap Analysis
    Journal of tourism [Issue 13] COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BETWEEN CENTRALIZED AND STATE-WISE TOURISM CAMPAIGNS IN INDIA Assistant Professor Dr. Nripendra SINGH Research Scholar Ms. Sunaina AHUJA Jaypee Business School, Noida, India Associate Professor Ph.D. Alexandru NEDELEA "Ștefan cel Mare" University...
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  • Fisheries Management
    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 11 Case study 1: Conservation and Management of Marine Fishery Resources of Kerala State 13 Management Measures and Regulations...
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  • Essay on Mobile Revolution
    phones also have some demerits as they can be used to detonate bombs. Some instruments which have cameras in them can be used for taking unnecessary photographs. Constant use of mobile phones may create health problems and increase risk of accidents on road. In spite of these demerits, mobile phones are...
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  • Kerala
    Kerala, the ‘God’s Own Country’, lies in the extreme Southern part of India. It has an area of 38863 sq. km and a population of 3.18 crores. Kochi, or more familiarly, Cochin is a city of many parts. Around for a long, long time, Kochi played a pivotal role in the development of shipping and trade...
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  • My File
    ------------------------------------------------- Tourism in India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Every year, more than 3 million tourists visit the Taj Mahal in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. The sixth-century paintings at the Ajanta Caves in Aurangabad, Maharashtra Tourism in India is the largest service industry...
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  • Tourism and Hospitality
    expected to grow at 7.8 per cent per annum during 2013–2023 vis-à-vis the world average of 4.2 per cent Create higher employment • The travel & tourism sector in India is estimated to create 78 jobs per USD18,366 of investment compared to 45 in the manufacturing sector Higher investments • ...
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  • Medical Tourism in India
    indian-medical-tourism.com/articles-on-medical-tourism-india.html Articles on Medical Tourism India This section hosts the latest and important articles on Medical Tourism India. These articles will give an insight on the trends in Medical Tourism India. The articles comprise of news articles,...
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  • Eco Tourism Destinations in Inda
    pristine way. The few places like the Himalayan Region, Kerala, the northeast India, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and the Lakshdweep islands are some of the places where you can enjoy the treasured wealth of the Mother Nature. Thenmala in Kerala is the first planned ecotourism destination in India created...
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  • Carbon Footprint
    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 throughout Kerala for a period of ten days. Every year...
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  • Kerala Model
     KERALA MODEL – Key Points Critics- 1) Highest unemployment rate in India, over dependence on overseas remittance (esp. from Middle East), recent rise in infant deaths, dependence on other south Indian states for food grains and vegetables are issues with which KERALA is still undergoing. 2) Highest...
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  • Hong Kong Disneyland Case Study
    driver in Hong Kong, over 65% of stock market valuation and 50% of bank lending. Tourism was only 4% of economy activity in 1998 and 1999. Gov’t. hoped to diversify with a tourist attraction. $104B to territory from tourism in 1996, dropped to $55B in mid-1997. The Walt Disney Company Cali in 1955,...
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  • hospitality
    HOSPITALITY Tourism industry Hospitality is one of the most interesting and challenging industries to work in and offers a wide range of job and career opportunities and an endless variety of places to work in. Hospitality is the business of helping people to feel welcome and relaxed and to enjoy...
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  • Cultural Tourism
    Cultural Tourism India Cultural tourism India is the predominant factor behind India’s meteoric rise in the tourism segment in recent years, because from time immemorial, India has been considered the land of ancient history, heritage, and culture. The government of India has set up the Ministry...
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  • Eco Tourism
    Eco-tourism is more than a catch phrase for nature loving travel and recreation. Eco-tourism is consecrated for preserving and sustaining the diversity of the world's natural and cultural environments. It accommodates and entertains visitors in a way that is minimally intrusive or destructive to the...
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  • Kerela
    ------------------------------------------------- Kerala model From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Location of Kerala in India The Kerala model of development, based on the development experience of the southern Indian state of Kerala, refers to the state's achievement of significant improvements...
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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 always...
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  • ESSAY
    cultural diversity : India has a rich cultural heritage. The "unity in diversity" tag attracts most tourists. The 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...
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  • Rural Tourism
    Tourism in the rural areas is one of the new opportunities that are being created for those dwelling there. They have the resources, the manpower, the basic skill &expertise in terms of hospitality and a down-to-earth approach that is in sharp contrast with the five star culture of tourism in city...
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  • Hvs - Hotel Room Supply, Capital Investment and Manpower Requirement by 2021
    most frequently-asked questions in the past 15 years that HVS New Delhi has been operational. Around mid-last-year, during one of my trips to the Tourism Ministry, I was once again asked if HVS could carry out some research to scientifically quantify the number of hotel rooms required in the coming years;...
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  • India Risk Analysis
    good to be true" as global investors determine the risk through in depth analysis of regions around the world and much like team A has outlined for Kerala, India. Foreign Trade and Investment Investment in India has increased significantly since the 2001 Indian Government's approval of Foreign Direct...
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