ITDC celebrates 8th Public Sector Day across verticals

AIHTM students with Principal AIHTM ITDC on the 8th PSU celebration day-IndianBureaucracy
AIHTM students with Principal AIHTM ITDC on the 8th PSU celebration day-IndianBureaucracy

India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) the public sector undertaking under the aegis of the Ministry of Tourism is celebrating 8th Public Sector Day from 10th April- 16th April 2017. To celebrate the PSU day, India Tourism Development Corporation AIHTM students with Mr Pradip K Das DF ITDC-IndianBureaucracy

(ITDC) being a Miniratna PSU is organising multiple events at all its verticals. To start with AIHTM (Ashok Institute of Hospitality & Tourism Management), a hospitality institute under ITDC has organised a nukkad natak focusing on “Skill India” at the premises of Scope Complex. The performances were made by the students of Ashok Institute of Hospitality & Tourism Management, ITDC. The event witnessed a gathering from other renowned PSUs.

Shri. Pradip Kumar Das, Director Finance, ITDC and other senior officials were also present on this occasion.

Every year Public Sector Day is celebrated on 10th April, considering the significant contributions made by Public Sector Enterprises to national economy and with the mission to create awareness among the public at large about the notable achievements, performance and role played by them.

About India Tourism Development Corporation

ITDC was incorporated in 1966 with a mandate to develop and expand tourism infrastructure in the country. The Corporation has been moving ahead with consistent efforts on development, growth and world-class services and amenities to its guests. Apart from running Hotels the ITDC has diversified into non-hotel sectors like Ticketing, Tours and Travels, Event Management, Duty Free Shopping, Publicity & Printing Consultancy, Engineering Consultancy, mounting Sound & Light Shows, Hospitality education and skill development– all under one roof.

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