Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Service

Deep Analysis of ITIL Framework for Improvement of Indian IT Services in Industries

Ras Bihari Dayal; Rahul Chandra Kushwaha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2243-2249

This research article proposes a model of management based on the methodology that the Infrastructure Library of Information Technologies (ITIL) raises through the life cycle of the service. In the development of this investigation, areas, groups interdisciplinary and tools that satisfy the problem of complex relationship between business and technology. As part of the methodology of this study, a bibliographic inquiry was carried out and analyzed operational experiences of the object of study, which were related to the alternatives and disciplines that the ITIL methodology proposes. As a result of the investigation, a model of management that relates areas, groups, roles



European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 3206-3220

The article identifies the role of the service sector in the socio-economic development of the country, based on the relationship between the dynamics of development of the service sector and the increase in incomes of the population employed in it. The development of the service sector and the improvement of its sectoral structure have proven to be one of the strategic directions of increasing the income of those employed in the sector.
The results of the study show that the income of employees in the service sector is significantly lower than in the material production sector, which does not meet the essence of the industry in the transition to post-industrial development, its role and importance in the national economy. based on. Therefore, it was noted that the problem of equalizing the level of material production sectors on the basis of a sharp increase in wages of employees in the service sector has become more urgent.
In solving this problem, it is important to increase the volume of services, optimize its sectoral structure, effectively stimulate human capital, strengthen the link between wage incomes and the results of business entities. recommendations developed.

Hospitality Servicesimpacting Uttar Pradesh's Tourism Industry

Mr. Gaurav Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 2983-2987

Tourism has been crucial to social progress as well as an important tool throughout human history to extend socio-economic and cultural interaction. This encourages international connections, markets expanding, broad-based jobs and income production, as a source and effect of economic growth. The tourist sector is a major contributor to many nations 'gross national products. This is among the world's fastest-growing sectors. Today, a commonly known trend is the promotion of vacation attractions and the travel infrastructure. Investment in tourist infrastructure boosts economic development, catalyses income and job generation, which in turn contributes to more development in tourism demand, which induces a corresponding investment cycle within a virtuous ring.Expenditure on tourism produces numerous impacts in the value chain, with robust outreach. In addition to the need for a range of goods and services, tourism also provides opportunities for the relevant industries.The Tourism Growth Policy itself can be an instrument for positive economic and social change.Tourism supports social harmony and connection with the group. It encourages the restoration and conservation by adding importance to history, heritage, climate, atmosphere and ecology.In this paper various consideration points of touring have been mentioned. The analyses find few dimensions of service efficiency in Uttar Pradesh's Tourism Industry.

Demographical Differences In Academic Optimism Among Secondary School Teachers Of Bhutan

Dr. Nimisha Beri; Dorji N

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6433-6438

The study on academic optimism was done with consideration to three dimension; teacher sense of self-efficacy, trust in students and parents, and academic emphasis in relation to different demographical differences such as gender, nature of services and qualification of the teachers of secondary school of Bhutan. The researcher used TAO-S set by Wayne K. Hoy (2010) consisting of 9 items. The sample consists of 308 teachers with equal numbers of male and female teachers working in two district of the country. Researcher used convenient sampling technique to collect the data for this quantitative research. To make the research worthy and relevant the t-test and ANOVA statistical techniques were used. The result shows the insignificant relationship and does support the null hypothesis statements. But in the data generated by the ANOVA and supported post-hoc test, it is found out that their does exist minute differences between B.Ed and PCCE in teacher trust to parents and students which may bring changes to academic optimism. As the overall academic optimism shows strong compliment towards all three demographical dimensions this minute differences is suffice with no differences in all. Thus the growth in academic optimism is at potential and as a result the teachers, students, parents and schools will be equally benefited. Further researcher recommend some of the areas not covered such as salary, types of incentive, age factors and many more that that may contribute a lot for the future study.