Service Industry Management
Services sector has been the main economic activity and source of employment in the world economy for decades. It accounts for around 2/3rd of the world output and slightly less than half of the world employment in 2011. As the sector’s global output reaches up to $40 trillion, it provides employment for 1.4 billion people in the world. Significant differences between developed and developing countries exist. The sector occupies significantly larger share in developed economies compared with developing countries in which it rises above 74 per cent in both share of GDP and employment in the former group of countries. In developing countries services account less than half of the economic activity with the exception of developing countries in America (62 per cent).Download Now!
One lives in aspiration to improve and develop and to uncover the hidden treasures of life. Life is full of challenges and to face its challenges one needs a thorough sharpening of personality at every stage. Remember, determination and will power alone can make an ordinary person a gigantic personality. This manual offers a recipe to become the chosen one. With rapidly changing corporate practices, this platform offers you an insight into its psyche. The sole aim of this work is to deliver a great handout for you to carve a niche in the cut throat competition. It also shares the development of the organized patterns of behavior and attitudes that makes a person distinctive.Download Now!
Travel & Tourism Management
Travel & Tourism has become one of the pillars in the growth of GDP of the country. India's travel and tourism industry is expected to grow by 7.3 per cent in 2014, outperforming the general economy by 2.5 percentage points. Revenues gained from domestic tourism rose by 5.1 per cent in 2013 and is expected to increase by 8.2 per cent in 2014, WTTC said in its report released on March 19, 2014. In 2013, Travel & Tourism contributed INR 6,631.6 billion to the economy of India and generated 35 million jobs.Download Now!
In films and film-induced tourist practices ‘cinematic tourists’ buy holidays to filmed locations because of their Hollywood ‘aura’ and re-enact cinematic narratives on location through organized tours or buy tokens that referentially belong to the cinematic plot. Tourist production is made possible through film consumption only because film produces meaning in the first place. Cinematic messages are already part of tourist circuits, because they tend to draw upon existing consumer experiences that circulate in the realm of contemporary culture. North india with diverse culture, pilgrimage places, palaces, forts and landscapes had every potential to be promoted for cinematic tourism.Download Now!
Skilling India: For Health, Wellness & Medical Tourism Industry
The world population is aging and becoming more affluent at rates that surpass the availability of quality healthcare resources. In addition, out-of-pocket medical costs of critical and elective procedures continue to rise, while nations offering universal care are faced with ever-increasing resource burdens. These drivers are forcing patients to pursue cross-border healthcare options either to save money or to avoid long waits for treatment.Download Now!