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Travel & tourism industry contribution to India is immense. The contribution of foreign revenue and the growth to Indian economy is directly related to tourism industry. India is the only country which have vast categories of tourism Historical, Adventures, Medical, Religious, Cultural, Beach Holidays, Honeymoon and Spiritual tourism all sponsored under one roof by Travel Agents.

The existence of Travel Agents and there expertise in the field of Travel and Tourism with trained and experienced staff who have a thorough knowledge about local Culture, history and the various exciting locations, offering exceptional level of customer services to the clients in India and Abroad.

Travel Consultant India is imparting its valuable and expertise service to train and guide Travel Agents and there staff to offer and sustain and retain there business to organize and manage without much of stress and hassle. The word consultant means Professionals and Specialist the few numbered experts. Travel Consultant India has not only trained travel agent executives but has made the present world of online travel Industry portals also a huge success.

Today, the online travel industry is the driving force in the e-commerce segment and its importance is likely to increase in the future. The market is shrinking online travel portals has made booking of Flight Tickets, Train Tickets, Hotel Bookings, Vehicle on Demand. Travel Insurance, Payment Gateways making life easier to customers who want to book there holiday packages online.

Travel Consultant India is the backbone to these online travel portals Travel Agent Executive staff is trained actually to collect the data and information and discounted rates from hotels, motels, airlines displayed on this website and after sale problems by the clients are resolved by this Executive Staff. Travel Industry is a service oriented industry. So Proper training to the Counter Staff and Executives is very much needed. Hotel Promotion is also one of our specialty.
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Enchanting Kerala Tours
Kerala is referred to as God’s Own Country. Kerala is a top tourist destination in India. Backwaters, beaches, Ayurvedic tourismand tropical greenery are the major attractions.
Exotic Kashmir Tours
Jammu and Kashmir, is known as heaven on earth. In Jammu and Kashmir the most important tourist places are Kashmir, Srinagar, the Mughal gardens, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Jammu, and Ladakh.
Fun & Frolic Goa Beach Tours
The state of Goa is famous for its excellent beaches, churches, and temples.Bom Jesus Basilica is another famous attraction in Goa. Fort Aguada too is a major tourist attraction.
Fascinating Golden Triangle
The Golden Triangle is so called because of the triangular shape formed by the locations of New Delhi, Agra and Jaipur on a map, Magnificent forts and palaces of the mughal architecture.
Mesmerizing Rajasthan Desert Safari
Tourism is a flourishing industry in Rajasthan. The palaces of Jaipur, lakes of Udaipur, and desert forts of Jodhpur, Bikaner & Jaisalmer are among the most preferred destination of many tourists. < READ MORE >
Splendid Darjeeling Holiday Tour
Darjeeling is a Himalayan city in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is internationally renowned as a tourist destination, along with its tea industry and the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway.
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Tourism sector aims to generate 2.5 crore jobs: Sahai
Hospitality industry needs about 2 lakh trained persons every year but the supply is just about 18,000 persons; Minister urges the institutes to make "earnest effort to raise their standards".
Wednesday 04-Apr-2012

With a target of 12 per cent growth in tourist arrivals, the tourism sector is expected to generate 2.5 crore jobs during the 12th Five-Year Plan. "We have targeted 12 per cent growth in inbound as well as domestic tourists during the 12th Plan period. This growth will generate 2.5 crore jobs, both direct and indirect, in tourism sector during this period,"Tourism Minister Subodh Kant Sahai said while presenting National Awards for excellence in hospitality education for the year 2010-11, here today. 

Our effort is to attract five million more inbound tourists in the next five years. In March we have about 13 per cent growth in foreign tourist arrivals and I am hopeful that we will achieve it," Sahai said. There are about 6.2 million foreign tourists in the country last year. He said the direct employment in hospitality sector will also be substantial. "Hospitality industry needs about 2 lakh trained persons every year but the supply is just about 18,000 persons, which gets further reduced to about 12,000 persons after adjusting an attrition of about 30 to 35 per cent."

Sahai said, "As per our estimate, by the close of the Eleventh Plan, our efforts to expand the institutional infrastructure and broad-basing of hospitality education through universities, colleges, ITIs, polytechnics and schools is expected to increase the supply of trained persons in a major way." Referring to gross budgetary support, Sahai said there is about 10 per cent increase in the budgetary support for the ministry than the last year grant. We have to attract private investment more aggressively now. The revenue generating scheme will be done more aggressively to meet the target."

He said the efforts of the Central government, though important, have to be necessarily supplementary and catalytic and here our IHMs and FCIs have to raise themselves to the level of institutes of excellence to spur and stimulate similar efforts in the private sector. He urged the institutes to make "earnest effort to raise their standards" so as to be acceptable internationally, to become model institutes. Linking the GDP with the tourism sector, Sahai said tourism is now being recognised as one of the key drivers of growth and employment generation in the country. The contribution of tourism to the GDP is estimated to be more than 9 per cent."

He referred to an independent study carried out by his ministry to identify major gaps that existed in terms of infrastructure and service delivery at major tourist destinations. He said this study concluded that for both the foreign and domestic tourist, the lack of hygiene and sanitary conditions in and around monuments and destinations, poor solid waste management and absence of hygienically maintained public amenities like toilets were the key factors that were impeding our efforts to catapult India as a leading tourist destination.

Domestic destinations gaining popularity amongst Indian travellers
The latest Hotel Price Index (HPI). report by indicates a clear price rise in hotels in popular destinations across the country. One key reason for the price rise could be the increase in domestic travel because the Rupee has struggled against foreign currencies. Indians have become more cost conscious and are possibly making trips to destinations within India.

Speaking on the HPI report, Mr. Rajiv Malhotra, Head of Marketing, South East Asia, says, “The depreciating value of the rupee against most of the other currencies could be a key reason for the upswing in domestic travel. This has also resulted in hotel room rates rising at popular destinations like Jaipur, Goa and Manali as per the current HPI report. Cities like New Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai also show a hike in room rates because they are preferred halt destinations for travellers as they are business and cultural hubs. They are also well connected to other tourist destinations.”

Major cities such as New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Ahmedabad have shown a hike in room rates. Average room price in New Delhi has seen a 9% increase to 5,914 INR and prices in Mumbai are up by 3% to 6,539 INR. Bangalore, the garden city has also seen a 5% rise to 4,595 INR in hotel room rates. Chennai experienced only a marginal price rise of 1% to 4,707 INR.

Popular tourist hotspots in India have seen double digit growth in hotel room rates. Mysore has shown the highest rise of 19% with average room rates at 3,111 INR. Jaipur, also has shown a whopping 13% rise in hotel room rates to take the average room rates to 3,854 INR while the city of Agra known for its magnificent Taj Mahal, has witnessed a 16% rise to 4,418 INR. Goa, the most favourite beach destination, is not far behind with a 12% increase in hotel room rates. Manali, one of the favorite hill stations for the city dwellers in the north, has shown a significant rise of 8% to 2,428 INR.
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