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About Anil P. Bankar

Anil Bankar ( Assist Professor ) brings to us vast experience from the travel & tourism, Health care & Medical Tourism field. He is pursuing PhD in Medical Tourism through Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad. He is the first one in the state of Maharashtra and second in India who started research on medical tourism topic. He has varied work experience in Consultancy and Training. He associated with big names in the industry like Global Health care Network, Web Med Central UK, .

He handled on job training and counseling at the Phoenix Air hostess Institute and is a valuable addition to the ICRI faculty. He is teaching Medical Tourism, Marketing, and Principal of Management & Health care Management subjects to MBA & M.sc students from PRIST University & Cranfield University UK.

Anil Bankar also editorial board member of “Aarogya” on line health journal by ICRI, Mumbai & “Udyog Bharari” Marathi business magazine. He is Head & Founder member of International Cooperative Association for Research & Development (ICARD) & Medico Travel Club (MTC),

He has presented research paper in International conference , some of his papers published in Journal, national conference , one paper publish in online journal by webmed central UK.

Anil Bankar is president of Alumni Association of Department of Tourism Administration, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad. He is a Paper setter for MBA Health care Management by PRIST University, Tanjavur, Tamilnadu.

Presently working as Research Scholar for PhD on the Topic “An Analytical Study of the Organization and Management of Medical Tourism in Maharashtra”


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