Promoting Tourism And Hospitality,Trends and Opportunities

Arvind K.Singh,R.A.Sharma

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Title: Promoting Tourism And Hospitality,Trends and Opportunities

Author: Arvind K.Singh,R.A.Sharma

Year: 2017

Language: English

Pages etc.: 398p., crown

Binding: Hardbound

This volume of thirty-eight papers by galaxy of scholars contributes on various aspects of Tourism and hospitality trends and opportunities as, trends of global Tourism and hospitality industry; hospitality and Tourism the changing trends in India; emerging trends in Tourism and hospitality; recent development in Tourism and hospitality industry in India

This volume of thirty-eight papers by galaxy of scholars contributes on various aspects of tourism and hospitality – trends and opportunities as, trends of global tourism and hospitality industry; hospitality and tourism – the changing trends in India; emerging trends in tourism and hospitality; recent development in tourism and hospitality industry in India; emerging trends in tourism and hospitality sector; emerging trends in tourism and hospitality sector with special reference to Rajasthan state; issues and trends of women working in hospitality industry – a study of Gwalior; culinary tourism – a new thrust area of tourism and hospitality; food safety – a key issue in tourism and hospitality industry; Indian railway catering and tourism corporation; IRCTC – a case study of premium train 'Duronto'; success assessment of ecotourism – a review; niche tourism as an emerging trend; medical tourism as niche tourism – a conceptual framework; niche tourism and the challenges of developing medical tourism in India; India – the new health destination for medical tourism; piercing into local stakeholder's role in economic development, environment conservation and socio-cultural development through community based tourism activities in Kullu district; ecotourism as a tool for community development – a case study of Satpura tiger reserve; ecological heritage and conservation by the tribal of India; community based tourism, an emerging trend in ecotourism – a case study of Maluti temples of Jharkhand; social media – a new tool for promoting tourism; role of social media to promote hospitality industry in India; significance of social media in promotion of Indian tourism and hospitality sector; the impact of social media in promotion of tourism and hospitality sector; impact of social media in the promotion of tourism industry in India; role of social media in promotion of tourism; 'SMILE' – an innovative approach to create local entrepreneurs in tourism; global economy and stock markets in the growth of tourism industry in India; rejuvenating tourism through innovations – a study on new trends in tourism; the tourist policing system – a research on introduction of tourist policing system in Shimla of Himachal Pradesh; focus of MICE tourism in Gwalior region – a descriptive analysis; Khajuraho – from a village to the tourist destination; developing Gwalior region as a heritage tourism destination; Jalmahotsav at Hanuwantiya – an event organized by M. P. Tourism; effects of terrorism on tourism industry – a case study of Jaipur; review of global tourism education – needs, status and prospects of its applicability and quality; tourism education, opportunities and its challenges in India; and students career preference – a case study in Gwalior.

Dr. Arvind Kumar Singh (b. 1959) is Professor of Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology, Jiwaji University, Gwalior (India); obtained master's degree in two disciplines i.e. in Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology, and Museology, and Ph. D. from Banaras Hindu University. Fellowships and projects from different agencies were awarded to him and he is deeply involved in researches, especially in the fields of Palaeography and Epigraphy. He has more than hundred twenty-five research papers, three edited volumes, and a dozen of books on various aspects of art, architecture, script, inscriptions, numismatics, museology to his credit. A large number of unknown inscriptions of northern Madhya Pradesh and other parts of the country were explored and published by him in the form of different books as well as numerous research papers published in reputed journals and volumes of paper collections.

 

Dr. R. A. Sharma (b. 1953) is Professor of Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology, done Post-graduation in Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology and Ph. D. from Jiwaji University, P.G. Diploma in Museology from Prachya Niketan, and P. G. Diploma in Archaeology from Institute of Archaeology. He has served as Curatorial Associate in the National Museum from 1981-1983 before joining Jiwaji University. He has to his credit two books and more than fifty research papers on various aspects of art, architecture, archaeology, and tourism, has conducted several excavations and explorations and brought into light cultural sequence of Gwalior and Chambal Division for the archaeological world. Dr. Sharma helps in establishing and presently heading the Department of Tourism in the University.

 


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