PHD Chamber concludes 1st National Competition for Budding Managers

PHD Chamber concludes 1st National Competition for Budding Managers

PHD Chamber concludes 1st National Competition for Budding Managers

 

No.PR-131
November 6, 2015
New Delhi

 

PHD Chamber concludes 1st National Competition for Budding Managers
Tourism sector gets new ideas from youth of India
 

Tourism Industry is going to be the next powerful employment generation in India....Young brigade of the Tourism Institutes will add more professional services to Tourism Industry says Mr. Lov Verma, IAS Secretary, Government of India
 

Inaugurating the aforesaid conference Delhi, 6th November 2015: PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently concluded a competition on Tourism Industry on how to boost tourism in India and attract global tourists to India along with job creation and skill development in the tourism sector.
 

The whole event witnessed participation from management Institutes across India along with the plethora of idea shared with the esteemed jury members.
 

Mr. Gopal Jiwarajka, Vice President, PHD Chamber appreciated the idea of the event where more opportunities of the Tourism Industry can be explored.
 

Mr. Vijay Mehta, Chairman, Tourism Committee, PHD Chamber said, “NCBM will impart new ideas in the field of tourism and would help in the economic growth of India”.
 

Mr. Mukesh Gupta, Chairman Entertainment and Media Committee, PHD Chambers said, “Tourism is actually not difficult to get started and it has increased positive world impact”.
 

Mr. P P Srivastava, IAS (Retd) said that India has many things to offer for Tourism and India is increasingly recognized as a destination with many facets.
 

Mr. LI Qianguo, Director, China National Tourist Office said while deliberating “Sustainable Tourism creates a better place for people to live, work and visit by providing long-term economic benefits to local people, protecting the environment and biodiversity, and preserving the cultural heritage, traditional values and character of destinations worldwide.”
 

Mr. Kamal singh, Director General, NHRDN emphasized “Tourism planning in India will improve in India’s share in World Tourism contribution and increase opportunities for employment in this sector”.
 

Mr. Radu Octavian Dobre, Embassy of Romania said “There has been a positive change in perception about the benefits of tourism in the minds of planners, policy makers and as well as the State government of India”.
 

Mr. Janak Ram, Member of Parliament Lok Sabha addressed “Tourism is now being seen as an engine of growth for the economy and a key employment generator”.
 

ENDS
 

Koteshwar Prasad Dobhal
Consultant (PR)