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Tourism Management

 
Anil Sharma (Author)
Synopsis Considering India's Historical, Architectural, Biotical and natural resources, India has a great potential in Tourism sector. But importance lies how to go about it. Our Tourism department should be changed to more customer friendly and function in efficient manner. Then only we can attract tourists vis-?-vis earn funds. In this author has taken more pain to explain readers what are the fundamental issues in present day tourism, historical Background of the country, rapid development tourism by starting from antique system of traveling to modern aircrafts and airlines. Author further explains globally development in ancient times, development in medieval times and modern times. Author analysis the Tourism in the Management point of view and commercial point of view explaining therein foreign exchange infrastructure development, etc. etc. Finally he gives schemes and plans to run this industry as more profiteering industry.
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About the author

Anil Sharma

Dr. Anil Sharma is a master degree holder in tourism and hospitality management. His fields of specialization are International Tourism, Tourism Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Tour Packaging and Operations, Marketing Research, F&B Services and Event Management. Widely travelled all over the world, he has participated in a number of national and international conferences. As a prolific writer he has published a large number of articles on economic development and tourism management in professional journals of repute.

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Bibliographic information

Title Tourism Management
Author Anil Sharma
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Maxford Books
Language: English
isbn 8181160258
length ix+378p., Tables; Bibliography; 21cm.
Subjects Travel & Tourism