Dillip Kumar Das

Dillip Kumar Das is currently working as an Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Tourism Management, Sikkim Central University, India. He has been awarded a PhD in the year 2008 in Tourism from Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Orissa, on the topic “Economic, Socio Cultural, and Environmental Impact of Tourism: A Case Study on Puri, Konark, and Bhubaneswar.” He has completed a Masters in Tourism Management (MTM) from IGNOU, and also two times Qualified UGC-NET (National Eligibility test for Lectureship) in December 2003 and in 2004. He has completed a Masters degree in Economics, from Ravenshaw University, Cuttack, and also completed a Diploma in Tourism Management, from Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, Bhubaneswar, Orissa. His areas of research interest are eco-tourism, tourism impact studies, and travel agency management. He has altogether 15 years of academic experience in tourism education. He is currently associated with different universities and institute of repute in India, including IGNOU, IITTM, Magadh University, Utkal University, etc.

Publications

Global Trends, Practices, and Challenges in Contemporary Tourism and Hospitality Management
Debasish Batabyal, Dillip Kumar Das. © 2019. 318 pages.
As one of the largest service industries serving millions of international and domestic individuals yearly, it is important to understand the current trends, practices, and...
Urban and Rural Ecotourism in and Around Bolpur: A Study of Destination Marketing and Challenges – Ecotourism Practices in West Bengal, India
Debasish Batabyal, Dillip Kumar Das. © 2019. 18 pages.
Bolpur is a district town in Birbhum, West Bengal. This place is famous for Viswabharti in Shanti Niketan where a new school of thought was initiated by Rabindranath Tagore....
Visitor Management for Ecotourism: A Socio-Economic Study of Mangrove Forest Pichavaram, Tamil Nadu, India
Dillip Kumar Das. © 2018. 15 pages.
Managing visitors and their activities in a destination is an indispensable function of destination management and marketing and the same is given more impetus to associate and...
Strategic Infrastructure Development for Economic Growth and Social Change
Nilanjan Ray, Dillip Kumar Das, Somnath Chaudhuri, Arindam Ghosh. © 2015. 404 pages.
Obtaining the ultimate objective of economic growth depends largely on the availability of infrastructure in the economy. New developments in finance also play an important role...
Gap Analysis and Infrastructure Requirement for Tourism Development in the State of West Bengal: Evidence from Bishnupur, West Bengal, India
Dillip Kumar Das, Nilanjan Ray. © 2015. 12 pages.
The rural tourism concept has become one of the vital issues of economic and social benefits to the society. This study identifies the problems and prospects of rural tourism in...
Tourism Promotion through Web
Nilanjan Ray, Dillip Kumar Das, Somnath Chaudhuri. © 2015. 10 pages.
This chapter studies the application of information technology in tourism promotion, particularly through Internet. In the context of tourism management, this chapter penetrates...
Bhutan Tourism: Issues and Challenges
Nilanjan Ray, Dillip Kumar Das. © 2015. 10 pages.
This chapter explores tourism, which acts to promote the local economy, socio-cultural changes, and lifestyle of the people residing in and around in Bhutan. The purpose of this...
Gap Analysis and Infrastructure Requirement for Tourism Development in the State of West Bengal: Evidence from Bishnupur, West Bengal, India
Dillip Kumar Das, Nilanjan Ray. © 2014. 13 pages.
The rural tourism concept has become one of the vital issues of economic and social benefits to the society. This study identifies the problems and prospects of rural tourism in...
Tourism Promotion through Web
Nilanjan Ray, Dillip Kumar Das, Somnath Chaudhuri. © 2014. 11 pages.
This chapter studies the application of information technology in tourism promotion, particularly through Internet. In the context of tourism management, this chapter penetrates...