Indian Hotels diversifying to offer Health and Spa Packages

Health and fitness are rapidly becoming priorities for executives and professionals in India, and hotels are now beginning to offer wellness packages for daily customers, aside from the usual services for their overnight guests.

JW Marriott in Mumbai recently employed a fitness trainer and provides customized nutrition meals. It has also launched a fitness program that is 70 percent based on right food and 30 percent on right exercise. Costing INR 20,000 (330 USD) a day, the program includes accommodation, a customized training program and nutrition meals, as well as spa therapies.

The ITC Gardenia Hotel in Bangalore goes an extra mile in its wellness approach. It gives corporate guests the option of cycling to meetings, takes them on walks in the nearby Cubbon Park, and has a yoga instructor who teaches surya namaskar and asanas. Guests are taught traditional meditation/breathing techniques and yoga asanas in the midst of the park in the hotel.

Gateway Hotels in Chennai provides a yoga mat and CD with yoga lessons in its rooms. The hotel has also crafted an active menu for its health-conscious millennial guests. With increasing travel and health consciousness, a lot of travelers want to strike a balance between healthy eating and indulgence at the hotel. Sheraton Bangalore has introducing the concept of ‘Fit Meetings’, a unique meeting offering that includes breathing techniques and customizable group workout options in between meetings where a ‘Fit meeting champion’ and a trainer explain basic exercises during short breaks.

The global luxury wellness tourism segment is a 439 billion USD market. That accounts for over one in seven of all tourist dollars spent. The industry is set to grow to 678.5 billion USD by 2017. In India, the wellness industry is expected to touch INR 100,000 crore (17 billion USD) by 2015, growing 15 percent-17 percent every year.

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Android Game Development – The Latest Hype in Android

The advanced features and incredible applications offered by Android Smartphones has made it a popular choice of many techno freaks. The enhanced platform Android OS offers unlocks huge possibilities for android apps developer to develop visually appealing and user friendly apps. These apps not only boost the functionality of the device but are even capable of giving more fun to its users.

Android Application Development:

The market of Android application development is huge and includes different kinds of apps and games. Mobiles today are no more restricted to making calls and sending messages. But they can now be used to check mails, play games, listen to music and so on and so forth, to keep you updated about the latest happening around the world. With more & more people going on mobile, as many businesses have entered into the market of Android Game Development.

Android SDK

Android SDK comes packed with all the necessary ingredients that make creation of interactive and seductive games possible. One of the prime reasons of such an up rise in the Android game development is that Android supports creation of highly interactive apps, delivering users an incredible gaming experience.

Android game development is not bounded to any territory in particular. A wide range of games are available to amuse and entertain people of different age groups, anytime anywhere. Different genres of games including action games, adventure games, mind games, racing games and a lot more are available online. This gives Android game development companies as well as individuals a lot of scope to develop games of different form and styles.

 Android Game Development

Android game development seems to be having a great demand in the market and does not seem to lag behind or fade away in the near future. Seeing to this, many organizations have started making use of Android game development as an effective means of their advertising campaign or business promotion wherein the user is not only able to play but can even shop from their favorite retail outlet, buy a brand new car, purchase a property and what not.

Based on the market demand, Android developers can always come up with new and mind boggling games that earn them a good fortune. Further Android based games are highly scalable and can be customized easily at any point of time to meet modern day needs.

ITFT Education Group, Chandigarh offers various technology based courses like BMCI (Bachelors In Mobile Computing & Internet). In this We provide mobile technology education, where we teaches the student about the mobile application (Android, IPhone) along with repairing & configuring mobile phone to each & every student. We provide software as well as hardware knowledge of Mobile phones. In this we include practical as well as theoretical knowledge to our students. Our main motto is education with technology. We provide free Tab + Data Card to every student.

 

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Career Scope in Bachelors in Rural Development Management

rural development

The Department of Rural Development is implementing a number of programmes in rural areas through the state Governments for poverty reduction, employment generation, rural infrastructure habitant development, provision of basic minimum services.

What is Rural Development:

Rural development generally refers to the process of improving the quality of life and economic wellbeing of people living in relatively isolated and sparsely populated areas. Rural development has traditionally centered on the exploitation of land-intensive natural resources such as agriculture and forestry. However, changes in global production networks and increased urbanization have changed the character of rural areas. Increasingly tourism, niche manufacturers, and recreation have replaced resource extraction and agriculture as dominant economic drivers.

Approach towards rural development management

The need for rural communities to approach development from a wider perspective has created more focus on a broad range of development goals rather than merely creating incentive for agricultural or resource based businesses. Education, entrepreneurship, physical infrastructure, and social infrastructure all play an important role in developing rural regions. Rural development is also characterized by its emphasis on locally produced economic development strategies. In contrast to urban regions, which have many similarities, rural areas are highly distinctive from one another. For this reason there are a large variety of rural development approaches used globally.
Rural development has always been an important issue in all discussions pertaining to economic development, especially of developing countries, throughout the world. In the developing countries and some formerly communist societies, rural mass comprise a substantial majority of the population.

Over 3.5 billion people live in the Asia and Pacific region and some 63% of them in rural areas. Although millions of rural people have escaped poverty as a result of rural development in many Asian countries, a large majority of rural people continue to suffer from persistent poverty. The socio-economic disparities between rural and urban areas are widening and creating tremendous pressure on the social and economic fabric of many developing Asian economies. These factors, among many others, tend to highlight the importance of rural development. The policy makers in most of the developing economies recognize this importance and have been implementing a host of programs and measures to achieve rurevelopment objectives. While some of these countries have achieved impressive results, others have failed to make a significant dent in the problem of persistent rural underdevelopment.
ITFT- center for excellence for academics, research and skills development provides graduate degree in BRDM (Bachelors in rural development management), designed to develop the capabilities of students and is ideal for those seeking to accelerate their career. The program aims at providing a comprehensive coverage incorporating all the important areas and disciplines relevant to rural development management activities.
The course is being offered by our prestigious institution, ITFT- EDUCATION GROUP which provides the basic and advanced knowledge in rural development management. The course is being taught by qualified & experienced faculty. It is for a period of 3 years structured in 6 semesters. The aim of this program is to acquaint the students with the basic knowledge in the field of rural development management.

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Bachelors Degree in Rural Development Management

 

Rural development degree programs are designed to educate a new generation of community leaders.

Students in the rural development program gain a broad understanding of rural development aspects. Students also learn specific tools essential for community leadership, including business plan and grant proposal writing, community visioning and planning processes, computer business applications, project management, and evaluation techniques. Graduates typically take positions with tribal and municipal governments, fisheries, tourism and other private businesses, Native corporations, regional health corporations or non-profits, and state/federal agencies.

students will select and develop a concentration in one of five areas:

  • The Community Health and Wellness concentration is designed for students with a strong interest in health and wellness. Students focus on the various facets of a healthy rural community. Going beyond the basics of health care, they explore different aspects of wellness within a community and develop tools to attain community wellness goals. Students blend and apply both contemporary and traditional health and wellness tools.
  • The Community Research and Indigenous Knowledge concentration is for students with interests in applied research involving communities, cultures, languages, ceremonial performances and histories. Students learn principles of ethical research, explore issues of intellectual and cultural property rights, and acquire skills to do ethnographies, oral histories, community surveys and needs assessments, and archival research.
  • The concentration in Indigenous Organization Management is designed for students interested in development and operations of indigenous organizations. Students develop an understanding of the history and constitutional basis for tribal governance, basics of federal Indian law, principles and practices of self-determination. They develop skills in planning, budgeting and human resources management. Students can pursue a special interest, such as management of health programs, tribal governance programs .
  • The Natural Resource Development concentration is designed for students with an interest in land and resources development, co-management and conservation. Students learn about traditional ecological knowledge, principles of natural resources management and policy, adaptive management, conservation and eco-tourism, and skills for effective public/private/tribal collaboration in resource management. Management strategies for addressing climate change are explored.
  • The concentration in Rural Community Business and Economic Development Planning is designed for students interested in creating sustainable economies in rural and indigenous communities, with a focus on small business development. Students learn to develop business and marketing plans, economic development planning and basic principles of financial and human resources management for rural enterprises.

ITFT- center for excellence for academics, research and skills development provides graduate degree in BRDM (Bachelors in rural development management), designed to develop the capabilities of students and is ideal for those seeking to accelerate their career.The program aims at providing a comprehensive coverage incorporating all the important areas and disciplines relevant to rural development management activities.

The course is being offered by our prestigious institution, ITFT- EDUCATION GROUP which provides the basic and advanced knowledge in rural development management. The course is being taught by qualified & experienced faculty. It is for a period of 3 years structured in 6 semesters. The aim of this program is to acquaint the students with the basic knowledge in the field of rural development management.

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Mobile A Boon Or a Curse….

From the invention of fire to the world of digital, man has forced his scientific advance. In this fast moving generation computers are considered to be the greatest gift of science. Cell phones are modified forms of computers which are utilized mainly for communication that have rapidly spread throughout the world in less than 20 years. Even calculation of numerical values, storing of data and retrieval of data are possible in cell phones. The largest cell users in the world is China, next comes to India.

Invention of Telephone:

Alexander Graham Bell introduced telephone to a less developed society. But by the time when cell phones are invented, people are ready to accept any form of development. In a fast moving society such as ours we cannot spare time just for walking to friends or for official purposes.

Why Cell Phones considered as a boon?

Advantages /Multipurpose of Cell Phones

  • Through cell phones we can communicate with people far away while doing the necessary work and even when travelling.
  • If our hands aren’t free ear phones are provided through which we can talk and hear without the movement of our hands.
  • Cell phones can also be used for recreation. There are many games which are available in the software market. We can load them in the mobile phones.
  • We can even watch movies in Cell phones just like we watch one in the computer. The movies should just be loaded in to the mobile phones.
  • One can listen music and radio.
  • Take beautiful photographs of your loved one’s
  • Send money through mobile banking
  • Find the location with GPS
  • Can send Text Message (SMS)
  • Can make word, power point; excel document, store numbers and databases
  • Reminders for your schedule
  • Get latest alerts, get cricket score, breaking news, stock quotes
  • It can act as torch when there is a power failure

…Thus everywhere you turn, you see people with cell phones. Cell became a multipurpose toy that everyone wants to have it and enjoy. It became part and parcel of everyone in day today life. Life became so easy. Often they may be irritating, but we cannot imagine life without them. Thus cell phones can be considered as a boon.

These are just a few examples of how mobile phone is boon for us. The list goes on and on and will only continue to grow. What an exciting future our kids have to look forward to!

ITFT Education Group, Chandigarh offers various technology based courses like BMCI (Bachelors In Mobile Computing & Internet). In this we provide mobile based education, where we teaches the student about the mobile application (Android, IPhone) along with repairing & configuring mobile phone to each & every student. We provide software as well as hardware knowledge of Mobile phones. In this we include practical as well as theoretical knowledge to our students. Our main motto is education with technology. We provide free Tab + Data Card to every student.

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Carrer in Digital Advertising

The total online advertising market in India, comprising search, display, mobile, social media, email and video advertising was valued at INR 1,750 Crores in FY 2011-12 and has grown to INR 2,260 Crores in year 2012-13.

It is projected that by the end of 2014, the size of the online advertising market in India will be INR 2,938 Crores. On an average, the online ad market have been growing at 40% year-on-year basis from FY 2010-2011 to FY 2013-2014.The graph below showcases the growth trend in the online advertising market in India.

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Money spent on Digital Media:

The online advertising market in India is projected to reach Rs 2,938 crore by 2014, according to the findings of Digital Advertising in India report, by the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) and IMRB International.

  • As in 2012, search and display advertising continued to form a large portion of the overall pie in FY 2012-2013. However, their percentage share has declined somewhat owing to the rise in the mobile, social media and video advertising.
  • Even though traditional media like television and newspapers still remain the preferred media for seeking information and entertainment and hog more than 80% of the advertising market in India, the Internet has been steadily increasing its share of the advertising pie.
  •  Spends on digital media have steadily increased from just over 1% of total Indian advertising spend in the year 2005 to nearly 7% in 2012.
  • Advertisements on mobile phones and tablets have grown from a 7% share in FY 2011-2012 to 10% of the Indian online ad market in FY 2012-2013, totaling to spend of around Rs 230 crore.
  • Social media, email and video advertising constitute 13% (Rs 300 crore), 3% (Rs 68 crore) and 7% (Rs150 crore) of the online advertising market, respectively.
  • The BFSI, travel and automobile sectors continue to be the top 3 spenders in online advertising. Increased spending by e-commerce players has been one of the highlights of the online advertising industry in FY 2011-12. Their share of spends is estimated to decline in 2012-13.

OLX was the top advertiser in India in terms of Display Ad impressions; according to a report published by com Score on India’s online advertising landscape using data from its Ad Metrix service. OLX had 1.38 billion display ad impressions, followed by Amazon with 493 million, Google with 431 million, Jabong with 427 million, Microsoft with 350 million, Myntra with 302 million and Dell with 299 million.

According to the report, 96 billion ad impressions were delivered across Indian websites in this quarter alone. More than 3,900 advertisers ran online ad campaign campaigns in September and on an average, each online Indian was exposed to more than 395 ads in the that month alone.

Bigst categories: As far as Indian advertisers are concerned, online media firms was the biggest category with 23%, followed by multi-category (19%), retail (18%), computers and tech (8%), telecom (5%), finance (5%), travel (3%), automotive (3%) and other categories formed only 2% or less. These companies got a total of Rs 380 crore worth ad impressions in September alone, from 30.2 billion ad views.

 

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Ayurveda Treatment Services

 

AYURVEDA -harmony of body, mind and soul

Sprouted in the pristine land of India some 5000 years ago, Ayurveda, the science of life and longevity, is the oldest healthcare system in the world and it combines the profound thoughts of medicine and philosophy. Since then Ayurveda has stood for the wholesome physical, mental and spiritual growth of humanity around the world.

Kerala, the Land of Ayurveda

Kerala possesses an unbroken tradition of Ayurveda that has surpassed the many invasions and intrusions both foreign and native. For hundreds of years the Ayurveda Vaidyas (traditional practitioners of Ayurveda) were almost the only access for people seeking healing from every kind of disease in Kerala.

Kerala is perhaps one of the few places on earth where a temperature of 24-28 degrees is maintained during a period of continuous rain. This prevalence of moisture in the air and on the surface of the skin makes it the ideal place for natural medicines to work at their highest levels of potency. The land is also blessed with innumerous medicinal plants and provides the continuity and consistency of Ayurveda medicines needed for effective treatment procedures. The same herbs with the same potency are available year after year across every season. The rich alkaloid content of the soil enhances the intensity and potency of many Ayurvedic medicines when compared to places with different soil constitution. The best Ayurvedic services available in India is in Goa ,Kerala and madras.

 

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