Hello Bhawna.. Travel and Tourism course is the best field to those who are interested to build a career in travel, Airlines, Tourism sector, Event management etc. You can also be an entrepreneur in the field. Major institutes to pursue BSc or BBA courses in Travel and Tourism or Hospitality management etc are Christ University, Gems B School, Lovely Professional University, University of Mumbai, SRM university etc. You may can get good exposure and learning environment with practical experiences if you are pursuing courses in such institutes. Scholarships are also provided in these univ
Interesting career choice.
You could work in a tourists office as a help desk or ticketing or as a tour planner or as a tour guide.
Also you could start your own tourism agency.
You could also collaborate with various hotels and airline industry to promote tourism there too.
But please note that any tourism course you opt for, whether it is a 6 months diploma or a 3 years graduate course, the course must be IATA / UFTA recognised. They are the tourism governing bodies.
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck
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