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SHI4030 Tourism, Planning & Development Applied Sciences BA (Hons) in Hotel Management Swarup Sinha Institute of Hotel Management, Aurangabad (INDIA). Tourism Core 20 Credits Honours Lecture / Seminar: 152 None None None Graded None 48

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This module involves the identification and analysis of rapid advances of Tourism in recent years. It seeks to provide an international outlook and assessment of issues relating to the development and growth of tourism worldwide. Approaches to the management of tourism flows will be analyzed and an analysis of sustainable tourism initiatives undertaken. Various approaches to the management of tourism will be analyzed and the role of the government will be discussed with reference to the tourism policy of India. Formal assessment will comprise an individual essay and final examination. Outline Syllabus: Students will become familiar with the various segments of the tourism industry, its scope, size, seasonality and tourism demand. Students will learn about the impacts of tourism with respect to social, cultural and environment and will become familiar with the sustainable tourism initiatives undertaken by various organizations. The understanding of the tourism industry will encourage students to explore the facets of the business in greater depth. Students will be introduced to the models of tourism development and the role of government and tourism organization with reference to tourism plans.

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8. 5. 2. C.. Pearson Education. Page 2 of 9 .Learning Outcome: Knowledge On successful completion of this (2005): Entrepreneurship in the Hospitality. Tourism and Leisure Industries.. 4. J. 4. J. UK. (2005) Tourism: Principles and Practice. 7. Compare and contrast the structure. “Research Methods for Leisure and Tourism”. (2006).. Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann. et.. (2006) “Tourism: Principles. frameworks. RIMMINGTON.. FLETCHER.. “Tourism: The Business of Travel”.. • VEAL. Haper Collins Publishers. A. C. ROY A.. & RITCHIE. et. Understand the concepts and principles related to sustainability in tourism and their application. issues and concerns in tourism. al. emerging trends. Philosophies”. 3. students will be able to: 1. Prentice et. LAURA. M. J.). JOHN. Practices. Pearson Education.. 8. 3. Learning Strategy Lectures will develop theoretical and conceptual material. 6. New Jersey. Identify the main sources of tourist statistics and assess the reliability of data sources for tourism. John Wiley & Sons. Ability On successful completion of this module student will be able to: 5. U. Seminars will be used to allow students to develop the material and consider case studies related to various organizations within the travel and tourism sector. Identify the challenges and problems that confront the development of the sector. Assessment Strategy 3000 words essay Three hour written examination Assessment Weightings Essay (30%) covering Learning outcome 1. Suggested Further Reading: • COOK. • KEAY. • COOPER. Appraise the different definitions of tourism. • MORISSON. Describe the positive and negative impacts of tourism and identify the ways in which the negative impacts may be minimized by effective tourism planning. New Delhi. (ed. Understand the positive and negative impacts of tourism and the basic principles of carrying capacity. Understand and appreciate the multidisciplinary nature of the study of tourism. Examination (70%) covering Learning outcome 2. • GOELDNER.J. 6. (2007). 3rd ed.. 7.K. A. (2004) History of India.

. Newspapers and Magazines The Times of India The Economic Times Business Traveller Asia-Pacific Taste & Travel Outlook Traveller Travel +Leisure Express Travel World Tourism India Website www.unwto. G. Pearson• WALL.K. Page 3 of 9 .incredibleindia. Journals These are available on Ebsco and Emerald and can be accessed via the university’s Metalib site. (2006). Impacts and Opportunities”.wttc. “Tourism: Change.pata. www. www. www.tourisminindia.

FLETCHER. “Tourism: Past Present and Future”. 4. Tourism • Historical Perspective 3. COOPER.. 5. FLETCHER. 1. 6.J. Prentice Hall.. Heinemann Professional Publishing. Prentice Hall. • Evaluation and appraisal of issues pertaining to Prentice Hall.. C. al. (2005) Tourism: Principles and Practice. Butterworth- Elsevier 7. al. COOPER. et. Tourism • Consumer Behaviour Tourism • Consumer Behaviour COOPER. J. et.SCHEME BY WEEK WEEK NO. Tourism Management. C. (1989). FLETCHER. A. J. “Tourism: Past Present and Future”. al. • Tourism Master Plan (2005): Entrepreneurship in the and Hospitality. et. C. Great Britain. A. UK. and MEDLIK. C. BURKART. Prentice Hall. 2. FLETCHER. (2005) Tourism: • Strategic considerations and emergent factors. (2005) Tourism: Principles and Practice. S. Leisure Tourism Industries. RIMMINGTON. TOPIC Tourism • The Philosophical Context Indicative Reading BURKART. and MEDLIK. Page 4 of 9 .. (1989). et. Great Britain. S. Principles and Practice... al. • MORISSON.. J.. UK.. A. UK. Tourism Destination • Environmental Impact Heinemann. Introduction to Tourism Planning & Development. UK. (2005) Tourism: Principles and Practice.J. Tourism Entrepreneurship • Significance of Feasibility Reports. J. Heinemann Professional Publishing. M. et..

UK.. C. J. Tourism Destination • Environmental Impact Tourism Destination • Environmental Impact Tourism Destination • Role of Tourism in the development of the economy. al.. COOPER. C. et. J. Tourism Destination • Sustainable Tourism Tourism Destination • Attractions Tourism Destination • Accommodation 17. C. FLETCHER.. COOPER. 18. Tourism Destination • Socio Cultural Impact 16. C. (2005) Tourism: Principles and Practice. et. al. Prentice Hall.. et. Prentice Hall. 15. UK. 11.. 10. UK. UK. (2005) Tourism: Principles and Practice.. et. FLETCHER. FLETCHER. al. UK. COOPER. et. J... COOPER. al. Page 5 of 9 . UK. UK. COOPER. J. COOPER. 9.. FLETCHER. Tourism Destination • Role of Tourism in the development of the economy. et. FLETCHER. COOPER. 14. UK. al. J. al.. J. C. C. FLETCHER. (2005) Tourism: Principles and Practice.. et. (2005) Tourism: Principles and Practice. Prentice Hall. Prentice Hall. et. COOPER. C. J. J. Tourism Destination • Responsible Tourism. FLETCHER. Prentice Hall. (2005) Tourism: Principles and Practice. UK.. 12. FLETCHER.... C... al. FLETCHER. et. et. Prentice Hall. Prentice Hall. Prentice Hall.. UK.. Prentice Hall. Prentice Hall. FLETCHER. (2005) Tourism: Principles and Practice. Revision Tourism Destination • Socio Cultural Impact COOPER. (2005) Tourism: Principles and Practice. al. (2005) Tourism: Principles and Practice. COOPER. J. al. (2005) Tourism: Principles and Practice. J. al. C. 13.8. C.. (2005) Tourism: Principles and Practice.

Assessment Strategy: NO. 21. Sterling Publishers Private Limited BHATIA. I. Elsevier YEOMAN.K.International Tourism Management.. Issue date 1 2 Final Examination Return Date Weightage 30% 70% Comment Essay Page 6 of 9 .International Tourism Management. 20. 24.19.A. (2008) Tomorrow’s Tourist: Scenarios & Trends. I..A... (2008) Tomorrow’s Tourist: Scenarios & Trends. 23. Revision Indian Tourism • An Overview Indian Tourism • An Overview Development in Tourism • Future of Tourism Development in Tourism • Future of Tourism  Revision BHATIA.K. Sterling Publishers Private Limited YEOMAN. Elsevier 22.

“History of India”. MATHIESON.. Prentice Hall. et. JOHN. LAURA... and MEDLIK. Hospitality. “Research Methods for Leisure and Tourism”. J. WALL. J. Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann.. ROY A. New York. (2006). A. G. (1985). John Wiley & Sons. “Tourism: Principles and Practice”.J.A. I. “International Tourism”.”Introduction to Hospitality Management”. Heinemann Professional Pub • BHATIA. et.. UK.. “Tourism: Change. Elsevier. Pearson Education. “Innovation and Entrepreneurship. “Tomorrow’s Tourist: Scenarios & Trends”. U. Harper & Row. “Tourism: Principles Practices.J.. • • • WALKER. • VEAL. Sterling Publishers Private Limited •BURKART. Tourism and Leisure Industries”. Prentice Hall.).. Great Britain.Suggested Further Reading: • BANIFACE. & RITCHIE. R. A. I.K. (ed).. Impacts and Opportunities”.K. RIMMINGTON. MORISSON. “The Geography Of Travel & Tourism”. “Tourism: Past Present and Future”. (ed.. al. Management.. FLETCHER. (1989). (2007). C. (2008). New Delhi. U. (2006). 3rd ed. “Cases in Sustainable Tourism: An Experiential KEAY. Page 7 of 9 . New Jersey. C. • • • (2005). Pearson Education. Practice and Principles”.K. • COOK. A. J. GOELDNER. Haper Collins Publishers. • • DRUCKER. (2005). (2006). (2004).. (2006). Heinemann Professional Publishing. Pearson Education. USA. YEOMAN.. “Entrepreneurship in the Approach to Making Decisions”. BRAIN G.. S. (2007). “Tourism: The Business of Travel”. M. The Haworth Hospitality Press. (1988).. P. A. • COOPER. J. Philosophies”..

Content (Analysis) 3. 4. Use illustration / models wherever applicable. Conclusion/Bibliography IMPORTANT: 15% 50% 15% 20% Late submission will attract penalty. 2. is the most fundamental ingredient of the tourism product. 2005) Discuss: The essay should contain an analysis of the environmental impacts which tourism may have at the destination as well as an assessment of the claim being made.TOURISM PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT Year III (2010-2011) ASSIGNMENT Year Three Module/Unit Tourism Planning & Development Faculty Swarup Sinha Issue Date 30th August Return Date 28th February Weightage 30% 2010 2011 Instructions to the students: 1.” (Cooper et. whether it is natural or artificial. Please keep a copy of your submitted work. You will submit a document at the end of the project. as soon as tourism activity takes place. 5. al. Critique 4. Approach 2. 3. This is an essay-based assignment The environment. Page 8 of 9 . All assignments must be typed and submitted through Blackboard. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. However. You have to give specific examples to support your views. the environment is inevitably changed or modified either to facilitate tourism or through the tourism production process. The assignment must be between 3000 words. This is an individual effort.

Ability to reference effectively An understanding of the importance of the consideration of the environmental impacts of tourism in tourism planning and development Achieved Not Achieved Page 9 of 9 . punctuation and grammar Excellent Good Satisfactory Poor/Weak Unsatisfactory Learning Outcomes Ability to produce a well structured and well written essay.ASSIGNMENT EVALUATION AND FEEDBACK – DEGREE Student’s Name/ Number Module: Tourism Planning & Development Module Code: SHI4030 Pathway: 4 Year BA (Hons) in Hotel Management Year: Three Date: On Time: Mitigation Received: Assessor: Swarup Sinha Grade Late: Content Knowledge of the subject Understanding of underlying principles Relevant application Evaluation/critical analysis Use of relevant source material Excellent Good Satisfactory Poor/Weak Unsatisfactory Structure and Presentation Source material acknowledged Produced in correct format Logical flow/style Spelling.

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