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Expansion of Tourism Sector

Tourism is a swiftly expanding sector in Punjab. Focusing on existing rich culture of the State, Punjab Government has decided to give a major fillip to tourism and promote rural tourism in the State. For the purpose, the Government has identified a cluster of four villages namely Katli, Bahadarpur, TibbaTapparian and Ranjitpura Bas in Rupnagar district which would be developed with the entire infrastructure needed to provide a new experience to the tourists visiting the State.

In order to tap the potential, there is a dire need to focus on certain key issues such as participation of local government, efficient tourism promotion and development programs, cooperation between local government and entrepreneurs and community support for tourism development are essential for successful tourism in Punjab.

Punjab tourism showed healthy 5.29 per cent growth in 2011 thanks to strong domestic arrivals. Punjab welcomed 10.11 million tourists in 2011 comparing to 10.05 million in 2010.

The growth for Punjab tourism primary came from domestic sector. There was 5 per cent increase in domestic tourists to Punjab.In 2010 Punjab saw 10.58 million domestic tourists in the state and in 2011 the number grew to 16.42 million. Foreign tourist arrivals increased merely 13,000 to 150,000 in 2011 comparing to 137,000 in 2010.

In past few years Punjab Heritage and Tourism Promotion Board has taken several steps to boost tourism in Punjab. Tourism board has chalked out plan to increase tourist activity in the state. Punjab is now one of the popular tourist destination in India.The construction of state-of-the-art ‘Virasat-e-Khalsa’ Conceived as a repository of the rich heritage of the Khalsa, showcasing the old history and culture of Punjab, the heritage complex has been built on a 100-acre site to emphasise the eternal message of the Sikh gurus. the budget of Rs 71.76 crore by Punjab government for the construction of state-of-the-art Virasat-e-Khalsa phase-II project .

Tallest victory tower ‘FatehBurj’ in the country is in Punjab. The 328-ft tower is dedicated to Baba Banda Singh Bahadur who had the distinction of establishing the Sikh rule in India in 1711. At 328-ft tall, it is taller than QutubMinar.

Majority of tourists to Punjab are pilgrims visiting Golden Temple in Amritsar. The Punjab Heritage and Tourism Promotion Board wants to promote other activities in the state like farm tourism, freedom trail that includes JaliawalaBagh etc.

Punjab is also trying to woo more pilgrims with the help of ‘Sikh circuit’ that includes several important pilgrim sites for Sikhs in the country. Punjab Heritage and Tourism Promotion Board along with Indian Railways is also planning to launch a train that will take you to major Sikh pilgrimage in the state.

Punjab Government has approved the ‘Sikh Circuit’ tourism plan of Rs. 250 crore for developing prominent Sikh religious places in the state.This project which would be undertaken on Central Financial Assistance (CFA) and PPP mode aims at developing the surroundings of prominent Sikh religious places in a holistic manner. all the three Sikh Takhts namely Sri Akal Takht, Sri Kesgarh Sahib and Dam Dama Sahib besides other gurdawaras and Sikh historic places at Amritsar, Anandpur Sahib, Fatehgarh Sahib, SultanpurLodhi, Dera Baba Nanak, ChhaparChiri and others would be covered under this Sikh Circuit tourism in the state for their further development and beautification.

The Punjab government has approved a project worth Rs 15 crore to turn Kartarpur (Jalandhar district) into a tourist destination under the 12th Five Year Plan, for the state’s ongoing ‘Sikh Circuit’ tourism plans. The project is formulated to widen the integrated infrastructure for religious tourism development and improve connectivity to the identified religious circuits.

There is also scope for heritage and cultural tourism. With the 262 acres Medicity coming up in Mohali there is a huge potential for medical tourism. The state is promoting farm tourism with good accessibility, already having 22 units operational.

There are plans to develop Mohali and Amritsar as trade fair hubs with the development of convention centres and trade fair halls. An area of 2000 acres around RanjitSagar Dam is available for tourism projects. lands will be provided for hotels to be developed on the islands on the lake. this area will be develop as a luxury tourism destination in a proper planned manner .

Entertainment city being developed near Ludhiana. Spread over 4400 acres it is intended to be an entertainment hub of north India.

Of the future projects -the Mohali, Amritsar and Machhiwala are the state’s three international airports. There is a domestic airport coming up in Bhatinda, the Ludhiana and Pathankot airports are being expanded. The state has a high road density of 133 km per 100 sq km.

Punjab government is putting up a lot of efforts to bring different varities of tourism with good infrastructure in the state but what is required is a effective tourism policy and awareness about the potential and large variety of tourism product ranging from art and craft to sports tourism, religious tourism to medical tourism, Adventure tourism to Lesiure, Rural to MICE tourism thereby attracting majority of different tourist in the state.

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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

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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.

for more information visit bachelor in rural development and management

Employment Patter in Service Industry of India

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Service Sector in India

The service sector in India is characterized by the asymmetrical relationship between income and employment generation. The increasing share of services in GDP (65%) and stagnant employment generated (28%) from the sector can have grave implications for the country where unemployment continues to be a major problem. The reasons for the asymmetrical relationship in income and employment generation, is embedded in the pattern of service sector growth experienced in the country. However the contribution of agriculture sector and manufacturing sector towards employment are 47 % and 25 % respectively. (Source: World Bank 2012). If this is compared with Hong Kong SAR China whose services contribution towards GDP highest at 93% employing 88 % of total employed, our service industry specificHRD policies need to be reworked.

Contribution of Services in Indian Employment

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A reason often pointed out for the slow employment growth in Indian service sector is the high labour productivity and the income growth happening in certain sub sectors that uses skilled labour. This is in sharp contrast with other country experiences, where high growth rate of employment in services is explained with low productivity in services. However demand push factors only partly explain the service sector growth in India. Factors like unprecedented increase in government activities, demonstration effect creating demand pattern similar to those of high income countries, outsourcing of certain manufacturing activities to service sector, urbanization and trade facilitated by new technology act as pull factors for the growth of service sector.

Extent of disproportionality Between output and employment in service sector:

The extent of disproportionality between output and employment in service sector also differs between organised and unorganised activities. While in the organised service sector, income grew more than employment; the relationship is reverse in the unorganised sector. This happens in less developed countries where service sector grow not because of high- income demand, but due to unemployment. As every supply of labour creates its own employment in services, by sharing out a given amount of work and such a process cannot be considered as a sign of economic development. The little increase in service sector employment is often as a result of the proliferation of low paid jobs, especially in the large private unorganised sector within services. Even in the case of organised services employment opportunities is decreasing in those sectors where income growth is high, as in the case of finance, which is a matter of concern.

To cater to these trends there is a need to provide skilled manpower to the sectors. ITFT Education group provide Bachelor and Master Courses in Service Industry that will help in creating professionals as per industry demands thereby increasing the employment in this sector.

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Best Mass Media Institute – ITFT College Chandigarh

Media or mass media covers a wide range of media technologies such as television, radio, film, newspapers, magazines and the internet to name a few.

Mass media includes different sections:

–   Print media

–   Broadcast media

–  New age media

Print media: print media covers a physical object such as newspapers, magazines, newsletters etc as a means of transmitting information, entertainment and news items amongst the public. Magazines are periodical publications which were in vogue till recently when the radio, television and internet gained mass popularity replacing much of the print media’s common forms through e-books, online journals and periodicals as well as online news.

Broadcast media : it is probably the most prevalent form of media observable these days. With the advent of satellite channels and cable TV, breaking news stories from any part of the world and coverage of world events is broadcast within seconds, so an individual with access to satellite TV has instant availability of information.

New age media covers spreading news on social networking like facebook, twitter etc.

A student should always select a college whose course contents offer education about the whole working of the media.

Always select a course that is certified by education bodies or council dealing with Mass Communication & Journalism.

A student should always select a college whose course contents offer education about the whole working of the media.

One should pick a mass media college that imparts extensive training to its students and conducts tour for the students to the real media hubs for e.g. TV stations, newspapers and radio stations to know how to cover under mass media.

The student should check whether the college is providing placements to students.

The media entertainment  and film technology course includes  Distribution, Publicity & Promotion, Print & TV Reporting, Creative Writing, Graphic Designing, PR & Advertising, Mass Communication, Art of Public Speaking, Voice Modulation, Photography & Photo Journalism, Direction, Writing for the Screen, Development of Cinema, Film Appreciation, Documentary & Ad Film Making and other important aspects of the Media Entertainment Industry.

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Education Loan: Easy Agreement for Students Online

College is a place where a student takes higher studies after high school. There are various courses after 12th so the line should be properly chosen. You must choose the profession in which you are interested into. In college professors may not check your homework but they assume that you can perform same tasks on tests. In a college class the number of students may 100 or more. You have to study at least 2-3 hours outside of a class.

College is a learning environment in which you take responsibility for thinking through and applying what you have learned. You decides that whether to participate in extra co-circular activities.

The student loan also called as educational loan is designed to help students to pay for university fees, tuition fee, books and living expenses. The different types are as follows:

  1. Special education loan
  2. Distance education loan
  3. Alternative education loans.

A person can exempt from paid against the interest of the education loan – either for self or for his/her children for eight years from the year (s) he starts to repay the loan, whichever is lesser. The student loan started by SBI in 1995 and after that many banks started offering student loans.

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