Asia is a hub for tourism and the opportunities are only increasing as countries wake up to the immense revenue potential of tourism and the hospitality industry continues to expand exponentially to meet the rising demands from an ever growing number of tourists. India is among the most sought after destinations for tourists due to its rich culture and heritage. Hence, tourism management is an upcoming course for students who are excited by travel and wish to work in the travel and tourism sector, leveraging on its engaging prospects.
A 3-year undergraduate course, this niche programme is slowly being offered by more and more colleges. However, it’s still less common than other undergraduate courses in fields like arts, science, commerce, engineering, mass media, and business management. Hence, it’s important to inquire on the institutes offering this course and their credentials (batch strength, admission procedures, campus facilities, curriculum, and placements). The course introduces students to the basics of tourism, tour operations, economics, management, as well as the tourist scenario and tourism potential of India. They are also taught soft skills such as business communication, and critical reasoning, writing, and presentation skills. After completing the course, students can pursue a master’s in particular types of tourism such as business tourism. They can apply for jobs in the tourism ministry, with embassies promoting tourism to their countries, as well as global tourism companies.
SSCSA-School of Studies in Computer Science and Applications
b.tourism-bachelor of tourism management
School of Studies in Computer Science and Applications is a liberal &vocational courses institute in Gwalior. The ...