HPTDC Recruitment 2020 - 10 Total Jobs Updated On 28 Feb 2020

HPTDC Recruitment 2020: Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation Limited cam up with latest recruitment notification for the Commi-IV posts. HPTDC released notification for latest jobs under various department or fields. Latest notification by HPTDC to fill up 10 vacancies. Job seekers who are eagerly waiting for more new updates regarding public sector jobs from all over india. HPTDC department jobs for employed and unemployed candidates to fulfill various job opportunity. Candidates having 10th qualification can apply for Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation Limited Recruitment 2020. Educational qualification, Eligibility Criteria, Application Process and Other information releated to job notification mentioned in the official notification. Candidaets who desire to work on regular basis as Commi-IV in Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation Limited should register to apply for latest job notification.

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About Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation Limited:

Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation Limited  ha acted as a catalyst, trendsetter and a prime mover for the promotion of domestic and foreign tourism in Himachal Pradesh. It is famous for its Himalayan landscapes and popular hill station. HPDTC properties are in superb locations in the lap of nature. Organization have wide network of accommodation that comprises of Hotels, Restaurants and Cafeterias serving varied cuisine, including Himachal delicacies.

Tourism in Himachal Pradesh was very limited to a few places around the hills and some spiriual destinations. British developed hill stations during their regin one of them being Shimla which they called The Summer Capital of India. Shimlaa the state capital is popular among touristes.