Abstract This economic journal expresses how the Indian economy is being benefitted by the tourism sector, and how the tourism ministry in India is encouraging more international and domestic travel by launching campaigns worldwide like “Incredible India” and domestic campaigns like “athithi devo bhava”. Introduction Tourism has emerged as the world’s major social phenomenon of societies which is driven by the urge of humans to explore more, understand more, learn more and experience more. In today’s date tourism is the leisure activity of the masses, with people travelling to domestic and international destinations to get rid of the flatness of life. Tourism has played quiet an important role in the development of many countries with sizeable economic benefits and
The country has emerged as one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the world. It attracts tourists through out the world and bid them a lot. The country features countless attractions which cannot be traveled in a single trip to India. If your visit this beautiful country in planned way you can explore the attractions of India tourism in hassle free way eliminating chaos of what to see and what to not. In this article I am briefing about some of top attractions of India you will love to visit, see, and explore on your India travel and tours.
OBJECTIVES • To understand the Indian telecommunication industry and its major developments. • To Analyse and evaluate the major issues and challenges of Indian telecommunication industry. • To provide suggestions for the problems in telecommunication industry. Challenges of Indian Telecom Industry. Telecom industry witnessed revolutionary changes in recent years.
But, due to the changes in technology and politics, even the Government hospitals are eager to cater the needs of specialized category of health services and hence led to the improved medical services. India is able to obtain the competitive advantage over other countries because of the well-trained medical professionals and their dedicated services. The cost of offering health care services is very less when compared to the other Asian countries. The cost incurred for surgery in India is one-tenth when compared to United States or other Western
Almost all of these programs are focused on providing employment to the youth. While focusing on employment is necessary, more focus is needed to improve the overall employability of the future workforce. This is because statistics show that this demographic dividend will bring with it some serious challenges for India. Here are some trends 
In fact they are contributing to the causes of national instigation. (d) Employment Generation No other sector of Indian economy has generated huge employment opportunities like the travel and tourism industry. The travel industry employees over 25000 people directly and thousands of indirectly in India. The world travel and tourism council forecasts that during the next decade more than 10 million jobs will be created by travel and tourism industry along across the world economy. (e) Earning of Foreign Currency The foreign exchange brought to India by the travel companies is a vital contribution toward the national economy.
Pro Poor Tourism: unlocking opportunities for rural youth Vibha Jantwal and Geeta Negi M.Sc. Agricultural Extension & Communication, Department of Agricultural Communication, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar 263145 India India is one of the important tourist destinations, a position it has attained due to successful “Incredible India” campaign. Government is making sincere efforts to diversify its tourism sector. Tourism is one of the most important emerging sectors that is contributing 6.6% to national GDP, supporting 39.5 millions job and contributes 7.7% of total employment in the country.
ABSTRAT: The quality of mental health care in different countries is affected by different factors. These factors could be social, economic, political, cultural, legal and even historical. Developed countries with large financial resources, have the ability to implement health care facilities in this field in a far more effective manner than developing countries. In developing countries such as India resource allocation is usually minimal for mental health care, and it is a sector that is usually neglected. In India several attempts have been made to mainstream mental health care through various policies and programmes.
Healthcare sector is likely to become the rapid growing sector in India in the coming future. Keeping in mind a large population of the nation, much more attention is given to health of the people. However, in comparison to healthcare services in the developed countries, in India still today the healthcare services are not up to the mark. Health services are highly significant growth in the US. During the last few decades of the 20th century, only 11 percentage of the Gross National Product are covered up 1980s.