Our programmes incorporate both subject-specific and generic business modules and have been designed to reflect industry practices and academic developments. Each of our existing courses touches upon tourism as a business activity – the organization, dimensions, social significance and impact of tourism are studied.
With entry profiles ranging from beginners to advanced levels, our programs are tailor made to meet the present need of the tourism industry. Learners are supported at every stage of learning and career development.
Two year full-time Master of Business Administration in Tourism & Travel Management and Bachelor of Business Administration in Tourism & Travel (As per the MoU signed for collaboration with IGNT University – Ministry of HRD, Govt. Of India) are offered with specializations for learners to enable them to acquire the right skill set with ample flexibility to adapt to employing the organization’s needs.
As part of Choice Based Credit System, Students enrolled in the programme are required to opt for at least two courses from outside the Department. Such credits would be transferred to the parent department for calculation of total credit points earned by a student.
The Department of Tourism Management, depending upon the available resources, offer electives from the designated elective groups, subject to fulfilment of minimum requirements as per the CBCS guidelines. There shall be six such elective groups namely; Tour Operation Management, Event Management, Special Interest Tourism, Cargo Management, Logistics Management, Air fares & Ticketing. Each group shall have three courses under it to be offered from the batch 2017-19 onwards. The Department may either offer one course from the given electives or the group with all three courses as a specialization.
Study Tour, Report & Viva-Voce
Study Tour shall be offered to the students as a compulsory component. The objective of the study tour is to give exposure to the students about attraction and resources available at a tourist destination of repute. Students shall have to submit the final report within 15 days of completion of the tour and the viva-voce for the same shall be conducted during the third semester examinations. The credits assigned to this paper shall be distributed in the ratio of 4:2 for report and viva-voce respectively.
Summer Training, Report & Viva-Voce
Summer Training, Report & viva-voce component shall be a compulsory component for the students. Each student shall have to undergo 6-week or One-and-half months (June-July) long training in Tourism, Travel and Hospitality Organizations under the guidance of a faculty advisor. The objective of this is to create an opportunity for the students to undergo training in the Travel Agency, Tour Operation, Tourism Information Office, Hotels/Resorts. Such training would help students to understand customer services along with administrative, financial and marketing aspects of travel business. The credits assigned to this paper shall be distributed in the ratio of 4:2 for project report and viva-voce respectively.
On the Job Training, Report & Viva-Voce
Each student shall have to undergo 10-weeks or two-and-half months ( February-April) long training in Tourism, Travel and Hospitality Organizations during the Fourth Semester under the guidance of a faculty advisor. On completion of the training, the student must submit a certificate to this effect duly signed by manager/official of the company. The training report must be submitted in triplicate within 15 days of the completion of training. The Head of Department shall notify the date of submission of the report. A student must submit the copy of the report in triplicate. The report must include a certificate of original work carried out by the student duly signed by the candidate, faculty advisor or guide and the Head of the Department.
The Training Report and Viva-Voce Examination shall be evaluated by one external examiner and one internal examiner. The list of external examiners is to be submitted by the department for approval by the competent authority through proper channel. The Training Report and Viva-Voce Examination shall be evaluated from a total of 200 marks in the ratio of 4:2 respectively.