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Delhi seminar highlights tourism potentials of NE

By The Assam Tribune

NEW DELHI, Nov 6 - The books published by NCERT should have more detail information about the history, culture, people, lifestyle, destinations, etc., of the unexplored and pristine mosaic of ethnicity and bio-diversity hotspots � this was highlighted in a seminar on �Destination NE and Awesome Assam� held on Friday as part of the on-going North East Festival organised here, a press release said.

Speakers in the seminar including former Union Tourism Secretary MP Bezboruah, adviser to Bodoland Tourism Partha Das, Assam Tourism official Nibedita Hazarika, human resources development expert Rajib Baruah, tour operator Tridib Sharma made a clear statement that the region needed be sold with more vigour through involvement of people especially youths.

They said a huge pool of skilled manpower must be created to popularise destinations in the region through innovative ways as tourism is a very competitive industry.

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Delhi seminar highlights tourism potentials of NE

NEW DELHI, Nov 6 - The books published by NCERT should have more detail information about the history, culture, people, lifestyle, destinations, etc., of the unexplored and pristine mosaic of ethnicity and bio-diversity hotspots � this was highlighted in a seminar on �Destination NE and Awesome Assam� held on Friday as part of the on-going North East Festival organised here, a press release said.

Speakers in the seminar including former Union Tourism Secretary MP Bezboruah, adviser to Bodoland Tourism Partha Das, Assam Tourism official Nibedita Hazarika, human resources development expert Rajib Baruah, tour operator Tridib Sharma made a clear statement that the region needed be sold with more vigour through involvement of people especially youths.

They said a huge pool of skilled manpower must be created to popularise destinations in the region through innovative ways as tourism is a very competitive industry.