|Project Title:||Tourism as a Development Strategy in Different Regions of Nepal|
|Advisor:||Dr. Nattiga Silalai and Nilima Shrestha|
|Degree:||Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.)|
|Major:||Finance & Banking|
|Semester / Academic year:||2/2018|
Agrawal, Ronak. (2018). Tourism as a development strategy in Different Regions of Nepal. (Cooperative Education). Bangkok: Siam University.
This cooperative report entitled “Tourism as Development Strategy in Regions of Nepal” has the goal to examine the potential scope of Tourism as an underlying opportunities in the untapped areas of Nepal. Objectives of the study include: (1) researching on the primary activities of recruitment process including of collection of applications, selecting the short listing, training and development, etc.,(2) obtaining knowledge of the research and development program undertaken by the company to boost the quality and management of human resources occupied to improve the performance, and(3) acquiring real scenario of the total value chain process and making analysis of deviation and required improvement accordingly to prolong the brand image. With the company, I was assigned to work as assistant operating manager in the department of Sales, Accounts and marketing. Main responsibilities are to get insight on handling the client relationship, creating new corporate customers, and getting in touch with hotels for timely bookings.
Upon the completion of the internship, it found that the problem was resolved by means of coordination among the team with systematic flow of information and with the proper direction of the supervisor including other senior members of the organization. In this matter, student is able to learn more about working in a team structure and coordinating with seniors in order to achieve the objective. It creates a healthy working environment where student is able to achieve organizational goals and also enrich his public relations, which are very important for future career development and profession.
Keywords: Ticketing, Client Relationship, Market Scope.
Tourism as a Development Strategy in Different Regions of Nepal
Faculty of Business Administration, Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand