• Travel and Tourism in India to 2017
    Travel and Tourism in India to 2017 Synopsis The report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights, including: Historic and forecast tourist volumes covering the entire Indian travel and tourism sector Detailed analysis of tourist spending patterns in India The total, direct and indirect...
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  • Hotel Industry
    Business Plan On HOTEL INDUSTRY Submitted to Prof V.K. Sapovadia, Prof Kishor Barad & Prof Sharma Shanti Business School, Ahmedabad PGDM Trimester II (Batch 2010-12) Continuous Evaluation in Business Plan Submitted By HEMANT VAGHELA ENROLMENT NUMBER: 1011012005 SR NO. | TOPICS...
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  • Settig Up a Hotel in Srinagar Kashmir
    1.0 INTRODUCTION: 1.1Back ground: Indian hospitality industry: Indian economy is growing and hospitality industry has been a major contributor to the growth of economy. The hospitality industry has shown a considerable performance over the previous three years and has been...
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  • It & Hospitality Sector in India
    IT & HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY INDEX HOSPITALITY-HISTORY HOSPITALITY-AN OVERVIEW BEFORE AND AFTER CONTRIBUTION OF IT IN HOSPITALITY E-BOOKING SALES AND MARKETING BACK OFFICE GROWTH POTENTIAL SCOPE CONCLUSION BIBLOGRAPHY HOSPITALITY-AN OVERVIEW • The hospitality industry consists of broad category...
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  • Teaching
    Allied Course –II (AC) – Cultural History of Ancient India upto 1206 AD Total Language Course – II (LC) – Tamil*/Other Languages +# English Language Course – II (ELC) Core Course – III(CC) Indian Tourism First Allied Course – II (CC) - Cultural History of Ancient India upto 1206 AD First Allied Course...
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  • Marketing Pestel
    organisation's products and services: • Traditionally 4 elements of the mix - Product, Price, Promotion and Place • In the modern travel and tourism industry its usual to look at 6 Product or service • Quality • Value • Lifecycle • Perish ability • Differentiation • Niche Price • Seasonality ...
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  • An Analysis on Taj Group of Hotels
    to analyze the Taj Group of Hotels through the specific analysis of Taj (luxury full-service hotels, resorts and palaces), Taj Exotica , Taj Safaris, . Vivanta , The Gateway Hotel, Exotica Brand. The Taj Group of Hotels were selected to gain a learning of hotels in India from three different perspectives...
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  • Study and Make My Project
    About Taj Hotel The Taj Hotel (Taj Mahal &Palace) Perfectly Located Near The Gateway of India and The Mumbai Harbour. This is one of Asia’s Largest & finest Hotel in india. Comprising 60 hotels in 42 locations across India with an additional 17 International in the Mauritius, Malaysia ...
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  • Tourism in Goa
    India – Goa | Tourism in Goa | | | Table of Contents Executive summary 3 Introduction 4 Goa - the jewel in the India’s crown 5 Geographical details 5 History 5 Location 5 Tourism in Goa 5 Tourists 5 Hotels 6 Duration of stay 6 Type of tourists 6 Government policies 7 ...
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  • Title Project
    At a Glance 1. Name Of The Company- 2. Location 3. Registered Office 4. Name Of Directors 5. Type Of Industry- Hotel & Hospitality 6. Product- Boutique Hotel 7. Installed Capacity- Rooms 8. Size Of Project- Small Scale 9. Project Cost 10. Direct Employment Potential ...
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  • hospitality industry
    1-1-2001 The Hotel Industry in India-The Past and the Present Amitabh Devendra Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarworks.umass.edu/jhfm Recommended Citation Devendra, Amitabh (2001) "The Hotel Industry in India-The Past and...
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  • The Paper Is About the Changes Required in the Hospitality Education
    Abstract It has been nearly one and half decade of the establishment of the National Council of Hotel Management and the direct control and governance of AICTE over the four year degree courses on Hotel Management being run by the various universities. However it is sad to note that the quality of students...
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  • JSB Market Research : Travel and Tourism in India to 2018
    and Tourism in India to 2018 Released On 2nd August 2014 Synopsis  The “Travel and Tourism in India to 2018” report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights, including:  Historic and forecast tourist volumes covering the entire travel and tourism sector in India  Detailed...
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  • Hospitality Industry
    defining feature of India and Indians. In the era where national boundaries are fading fuelled by rapid movement of culture, capital and knowledge across borders, hospitality industry has emerged as one of the largest employers in the world. It is second only to the oil industry, in terms of turnover...
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  • Hospitality
    Acknowledgment & Objective 1 2. Introduction 2 3. History 5 4. Current scenario 4 5. Scope, competition and leaders 5-7 6. Scope in rural areas 8-9 7. Future prospects 10-11 8. SWOT Analysis 12-13 9. Marketing mix in the hotel industry : 14-15 Bibliography 16 ...
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  • Ritz-Carlton Opening in India.
    History The story of the Ritz-Carlton begins with Swiss hotelier César Ritz who was well known in the hotel industry as the "king of hoteliers and hotelier to kings." Mr. Ritz redefined luxury accommodation in Europe with his management of "The Ritz" in Paris and "The Carlton" in London. Although...
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  • Swot & Pest Analysis on Hotel Industry
    INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW OF HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY Hospitality is considered as a service industry, serving the guests with "feel-good-effect". "Athithi devo bhavha" (Guest is God) has been one of the major trends followed in Indian culture since decades. In India, the guest is treated with utmost warmth...
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  • Tourism Sector
    UNWTO definition). The distance between these two places is of no significance. A more comprehensive definition would be that tourism is a service industry, comprising a number of tangible and intangible components. The tangible elements include transport systems - air, rail, road, water and now, space;...
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  • rgewrg
    History The Indian government began promoting tourism in 1956 with the inauguration of several multi-year plans. Most of these targeted specific projects and did not involve an overall strategy. It was not until the 1980s that government proposed integrating national, state and private tourism entities...
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  • Hospitality Sector
    about the emergence of Hospitality industry in International market. • To understand the nature of services rendered and various facilities provided by Hospitality Industry. • To know about the recent trends & services of main Hospitality players in India. • To understand the future prospects...
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