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

Hello Mahika Hello It’s good that you want to pursue education and get a bachelor’s degree. If you want to continue to work in hospitality industry then the best option is to do graduation from open university or distance learning. It will strengthen your profile. Regarding your question about home science, the home science course includes subjects like Development Communication & Extension, Fabric & Apparel Science, Food & Nutrition, Human Development and Resource Management, Entrepreneurship, Family Life education, Microbiology, personality development, Food preservat

2 answers Deepti Khandekar 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

Hello Farha With increasing tourism and leisure activities, hospitality industry will have great scope. In order to get admission fot top level colleges i.e. IHM’S – Institute of Hotel Management, you need to appear for and clear NCHMCT JEE. NCHMCT conducts NCHMCT JEE i.e. National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology Joint Entrance Examination for admission to B.Sc. course in Central, state as well as private institutes. The exam comprises objective type questions based on Numerical Ability and Analytical Aptitude, Reasoning and Logical Deduction, General Know

2 answers Deepti Khandekar in Hospitality and Tourism management category

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

Dear Aspirant, Choose Travel & Tourism as a career only if you are sure that you wish to be in the field for a life time, since later if you feel that you wish to change job to some different sector, then this experience would not be of any use to you. Tourism and Travel are a hectic career sector, where you can choose to get a job in house or be in travel with the passenger tourists. Therefore if you like travelling basically and geography, then only this sector is for you and not otherwise. There are under graduate diplomas available, however I would strongly suggest you to fir

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Hospitality and Tourism management category

Dear Aspirant, Choose Travel & Tourism as a career only if you are sure that you wish to be in the field for a life time, since later if you feel that you wish to change job to some different sector, then this experience would not be of any use to you. Tourism and Travel are a hectic career sector, where you can choose to get a job in house or be in travel with the passenger tourists. Therefore if you like travelling basically and geography, then only this sector is for you and not otherwise. I would strongly suggest you to first get graduated in a core stream like Arts/Commerce/

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Hospitality and Tourism management category

Dear Student, you must go for BBA followed by MBA (Tourism) if you truly want to live your dream, there are many good institutions across the country, why do you wish to be a home-bird only. Think of coming out of your home state and out of your comfort zone and get to kinow the ways of world, why to look for colleges in Hyderabad only? As you wish to pursue travel and tourism degree, don't ou think that you must start for it right with your graduation and then post graduate degree? Choice is yours, I may suggest you some chosen institutions' names and you may pick any one out of these - Auror

2 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Hospitality and Tourism management category
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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

Hello Farha With increasing tourism and leisure activities, hospitality industry will have great scope. In order to get admission fot top level colleges i.e. IHM’S – Institute of Hotel Management, you need to appear for and clear NCHMCT JEE. NCHMCT conducts NCHMCT JEE i.e. National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology Joint Entrance Examination for admission to B.Sc. course in Central, state as well as private institutes. The exam comprises objective type questions based on Numerical Ability and Analytical Aptitude, Reasoning and Logical Deduction, General Know

2 answers Deepti Khandekar 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

Hi mohit,After bachelor's program you could get a better job option. For good and high paying opportunities MBA tourism is a very good course to pursue. A good qualification will surely land you in a good paying job. write back for any other query.All the best

1 answer Adiba Shahab in Hospitality and Tourism management category

Hi Being a very wide field, the scope of employment in tourism sector is very bright. Career opportunities exist both in the public and private sector. In the public sector, there are opportunities in the Directorates and Departments of Tourism of the center and the state as Officers, information assistants, Tourist guides etc. Another good prospectus for qualified tourism professionals are in the private sector with travel agencies, tour operators, airlines, hotels, transport and cargo companies etc.Its good to pursue master's degree,to have better opportunities. MBA travel tourism is an exce

1 answer Adiba Shahab in Hospitality and Tourism management category

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

Dear Jhanavai, » There are graduate , postgraduate, diploma and certification courses available to pursue in this industry.» The eligibility criteria for admission to graduate level courses in Travel and Tourism courses are 10+2 pass with any subjects.» Its preferable to take up graduation in tourism(BTM) with any subjects and then take up masters in Tourism.» This can be helpful in getting into managerial and administrative positions in the industry.» A graduation with any degree followed by a diploma in tourism is also a good way to enter the industry. » A graduation degree in India

1 answer Swati  Sibal in Hospitality and Tourism management category