MPs’ panel asks India Tourism Improvement Company to rationalise employees


Today News Online Service

New Delhi, February 5

The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Transport, Tourism and Culture headed by BJP Rajya Sabha member TG Venkatesh has asked India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) to undertake detailed manpower study in all its units so that deployment of human resources could be rationalised.

9 hotels sold so far

  • Nine ITDC hotels have so far been handed over to the respective state governments where these were located

According to the Tourism Ministry, which controls ITDC, nine hotels run by the corporation had so far been handed over to the respective state governments where these were located since the divestment of ITDC hotels started in 2015.

The process of manpower rationalisation was carried out for ITDC’s executives and non-executives of the corporate office in 2018. Further, for Hotel Catering Establishment (HCE) Units, which had been disinvested, the sanctioned strength was abolished and the manpower that had not opted for VRS were posted in remaining properties of ITDC and their posts were treated as supernumerary (excess).



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