Hi Shashank, You can try for job in airlines. They are looking for PG Diploma holders in tourism management. You did your masters in tourism management. It is an added point for you. You can go for civil aviation courses also, if you want. I gave you the details of civil aviation courses in your previous question.Check it once.Let me know for further assistance.All the best

2 answers Surabhi Dewra in Hospitality and Tourism management category

Hello I am glad that you have asked a question about switching career and you are not forcing yourself to work in a field you don’t like. First of all list out factors which make you feel bored at the job. I could be uninteresting part of work, prolonged working hours, continuous interaction with people etc. So that you will know what factors shall be avoided for next job profile. Then list out factors that you will to have in your next profile. These two things will help you choose the profile. The options are you can either pursue further education in the field of mass communication an

2 answers Deepti Khandekar in Hospitality and Tourism management category

Sndt is one of the best universities for home science.Taking a degree in home science will not just put you in a more acceptable position in the industry but would also open a good number of avenues to explore .

3 answers Soumita Sen in Hospitality and Tourism management category

Hi ajay,MBA tourism and hospitality /Master's in tourism management both would be a good choice. This will provide you with good opportunities. Whereas doing a regular course will benefit you more unless you have a good job experience or working. Universities providing distance course in tourism: IICT Business school,LucknowAlagappa UniversityUniversity of madrasAnnamalai UniversityMadurai Kamaraj University All the best

1 answer Adiba Shahab in Hospitality and Tourism management category

Hai Farha.. The course BSc Hospitality Management is meant for students looking for demanding positions in hospitality sector. You can seek job in Hospitals and Hotels. The basic eligibility criteria is to get 50% mark in 12th. Though different institutes may ask for different eligibility. Some of the leading institutes in the Hotel management course are Indian Institute of Hotel Management, lovely Professional University, Christ University, etc. 

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Hello Pooja With increasing travel and tourism opportunities, the scope of hospitality sector will be great. You are thinking about MBA because you are from science stream. However it will be difficult for you to choose MBA specialization if you don’t work for a couple of years. It might increase your confusion after first year. The best option is to take exit and start working in the industry so that you will be able to know which sub-sector and profile you are comfortable with as there are many options like ground staff, kitchen staff, ticket management etc. After that you can decide w

2 answers Deepti Khandekar in Hospitality and Tourism management category

BBA in tourism and management are good to build a successful career. The field of works you will have to do are in airlines, Hotels, Restaurants, as tourist guides, event management etc. It has much scope in India as the tourism sector in India are growing day by day. Good institutes to pursue BBA in Tourism and Travel management are Bundelkhand university, Hindustan university, Lovely Professional University, Christ university etc. 

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Yes... Both Mass Communication and Travel and Tourism courses are admitting students from every stream. SO the eligibility is to qualify graduation in any discipline with 50% marks. You may have to appear for the university tests to get admission in some places. Some of the leading institutes in the fields like Mass Communication and Tourism courses are Symbiosis, Christ    university, Lovely Professional Diversity, Ashoka university etc.     

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You have two options in Hospitality and tourism mnagement. one is to join for MHM or MSc Hotel Management, and the other is to join for MBA in Tourism and Hospitality. Both will give you more scope in the field of Hotel Management. PG Diploma in Hotel management is also good. still a regular 2 year course will give you more experience, exposure and scope in the field and for job also. leading institutes in Hotel management in India are Indian Institute of Hotel Management, Christ University, Lovely Professional University, SRM institute etc. Some of them are showing good record in placements i

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Our country is famous for its rich culture and historical heritage. In India Hospitality and Tourism Management is the sector where the growth estimated is beyond imagination. This sector is among the top 10 sectors which attract highest FDI. When it comes to Hospitality and Tourism Management the courses available are varied and options are more than you can just think of. Hospitality and Tourism Management offers diverse and exciting opportunities in career.There is a wide arena for careers.The top careers are as follows: Travel Agent Hotel manager Spa manager Tour Operator Event and Confer

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Tourism and hospitality management can be considered as one of the most booming education sectors within the country. India has been a country since centuries that has invited tourists from all around the world to discover its rich flora, fauna, and vegetation. Apart from this, the cultures and traditions of the country have been of major interest for history and architecture enthusiasts around the world. It also is one of the eight countries in the world that is the house to a wonder of the world ‘Taj Mahal.’ All of these together account for a major source of income for the count

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Hospitality and Tourism management category

In today’s fast changing world there has been a rapid evolution of the ways in which business and industries operate. It has also brought about radical changes in the perceptions of people, products, and processes associated with them. With never before industrial and business automation, technological advancements, increasing demand and growing competition there has been a notable shift in the service industry of our country as it continues to be one of the major GDP contributors of our economy. As such, like other major developing countries, now more and more emphasis is given on our s

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Hospitality and Tourism management category

Hello Shivam,  Why do you wish to pursue Hospitality after a graduation in engineering. Anyways that is your choice. For a course in hospitality management, you need to clear an entrance exam like CET and private college exams. Wish you good luck....

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Hospitality and Tourism management category

There always have been times in our lives when we have thought about whether we want to excel and take our existing careers ahead or completely switch to another, or sometimes we are just hanging in there. However, not a lot of people are aware about the wide ranges of exciting job portfolios the hospitality industry has to offer. Although the first glimpse that comes to anybody’s mind when they hear of the word hospitality is ‘Hotel Work’, there is a lot more that the industry has to offer other than the regular hotel related jobs. Highly ambitious patrons can choose from am

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