Feasibility Study of Hrm Student

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Acknowledgement
This Feasibility Study was made possible by the guidance, supervision cooperation and participation of the following: To the Almighty God who always look up and secure the safety of the preparers in doing this project. To our parents who always guide and give words of wisdom to inspire us in doing our best in preparing the Feasibility Study as well as giving their both financial and emotional support. To our beloved intelligent instructor in Tourism Planning and Development Professor, Ma 'am, Shirley Espina who has greatly shared her knowledge to us with patience and diligence in helping us meet the necessary works for the completion of our Feasibility Study.
To the Preparers they who have given lot of efforts and consumed so much time to make the completion of the feasibility study are possible and successful within the given time.
Together, we sincerely acknowledge and give thanks the person/s mentioned above who have brought the success of doing this Feasibility Study in Tourism Planning and Development. We are very grateful for this wonderful accomplishment.

Introduction

As a student in the course of Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management it is very essential to analyze the tourism planning and development because it gives additional information to the students on how to plan a project, and to understand all the factors that influence the tourism planning process and to identify the major elements of tourism destination plan.

Tourism planning and development provides major economic development opportunity for many countries and a means of improving the livelihoods of its residents. Both the public and private sectors involved in tourism depend on planning to achieve sustainable tourism development that respects the local community, creates appropriate employment, maintains the natural environment and delivers a quality visitors experience. However tourism destinations have pursued development without proper



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