India’s Tourism Industry (TII) is a major source of employment and revenue for the Indian economy.
However, the TII has long struggled to keep pace with the rapid pace of change and technological advancements that are affecting its operations and the way the country functions.
The TII, as a sector, is one of the most highly integrated industries in India.
It employs more than 20 lakh people in the country and is a key contributor to the country’s economy.
TIIs are responsible for making sure that all sectors of India are covered, and for ensuring that all activities of the industry are made to the highest standard.
It has the resources to hire the best talent, with an eye on ensuring that its activities are as efficient as possible.
However the industry is not only facing the pressures of the 21st century.
In many sectors, the industry, which accounts for nearly half of India’s gross domestic product, has been hit by the effects of technological advances, which are making it more expensive to run and maintain operations.
As a result, the industries performance has declined and the growth of TII is being challenged.
The latest data shows that the industry’s gross annual turnover declined by almost 12 per cent in FY18.
The decline was driven by a large decline in the number of people employed in the industry.
The impact of technological change on the industryTIIs need to invest in upgrading and modernising their operations to maintain their current standards of operations and improve productivity.
The Government of India is actively working on upgrading and expanding the services offered through the TIS, with the aim of increasing the number and the quality of services available to the industry in the coming years.
For example, the Government has allocated more than Rs. 10,000 crore for the TISA (Travellers’ Information Service) and the ITT (Information Technology Transfer Service).
However, in order to meet the demand for services, TII will need to create an environment conducive to its growth.
In order to attract more talent and expand its operations, the sector needs to diversify its offerings and develop a robust IT infrastructure.
The sector also needs to make investments in training and infrastructure.
As more and more TII employees are being brought to the city centres, more of them will need training and support from the Government.
TIS has to ensure that its employees are able to meet their tasks and also provide them with an understanding of their work.
It needs to be clear about the work done, as well as the compensation for their work, so that it can incentivise more people to enter the industry and to work in IT.
The government should also ensure that the TIs’ salaries are commensurate with the levels of their performance and the standards of their skills.
The TIS must also ensure a better training and development scheme to help improve their productivity and the industry as a whole.
The Government of the day needs to focus on its growth potentialThe government has the mandate to invest, and should invest wisely.
A strong TII can help India grow and create jobs in the future.
But, it needs to invest wisely and not just blindly.
The recent budget cuts will not make up for the loss of talent that will be lost in the TILs’ retirement.
This is why the government must focus on growing the sector’s productivity and its output.
The government has to focus more on promoting the growth opportunities for the industry rather than creating a culture that encourages people to stay and stay.
The current TII-driven economic policies that are damaging the industry will have to be revised.
For the next decade, the government should work to ensure TII’s productivity increases by increasing the level of automation and digitalisation.
For instance, the current TIL-driven approach to job creation needs to change.
The introduction of a tax on the TI’s turnover should be a major policy shift that benefits all stakeholders.