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which exam I can give for taking the admission in hospitality college?

_Abhishek_Vatsya Student Expert 26th Sep, 2019


NCHMCT JEE is entrance examination conducted by NTA once in year for admission to undergraduate course in hospitality..You can get admission in IHM(INDIAN INSTITUTE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT) with valid NCHM SCORE CARD . Candidate can fill application online from 1jan-29feburary 2020..Exam willbe conducted at 25 April2020..

For more details regarding NCHM JEE,hit below mention link;


which is the best collage in the world for masters in hospitality

Aditya kumar Student Expert 25th Sep, 2019
Hello there!


List of top colleges in the world for masters in hospitality is given below :-

  • Cornell University. New York. :- Cornell  University's ranking in the 2020 edition of Best Colleges is NationalUniversities, is 17.

  • Culinary Institute of America. New York.
  • Purdue University - Main Campus.
  • Iowa State University.
  • New York University.
  • University of Delaware.
  • Pennsylvania State University - University Park
  • University of San Francisco.


Good luck

I got admission for M.B.A Tourism Management in Anna University. Is this course has any future scope?

Ankhi Banerjee 26th Aug, 2019


Pursuing an MBA degree in tourism management will fetch you jobs in the field of airlines, academics, hotels, transportation, travel and tour comapny in future. You can have job profiles such as front office manager tour operator, information assistant, travel agent, visa executive, traffic assistance in a flight etc.


Which book is good for UGC Net Tourism administration

Abhishek Ranjan Student Expert 23rd Aug, 2019


1)5 to 10 years question Paper to bbe solved.

2)Trueman Guide for Paper 2 & Paper 3 : It has solved Papers ample number

3)Tourism, Principles & Practices,Oxford University Publication Book by Swain and Jitendra Mohan Mishra.


Last four digit adhar card can I get details

Khushboo Verma 26th Aug, 2019

Hi Rashid, 

The last four digits would be printed on your Aadhar card.Kindly refer to your card for the same.


Hello I have done graduation in hospitality and tourism industry so which course of MBA would be most suitable for me??

Athira James Student Expert 20th Aug, 2019


After your graduation in hospitality and tourism, an MBA would be a great bonus in your career journey. You should choose your program based on your comfortability with its subjects and their link to the ambitions you have for a career. I would suggest you to choose from Human Resources management, Entrepreneurship, Business Management etc. Their availability might vary for each college.

Choose wisely. All the best!


how to done propperly food and baverage service

Aditya kumar Student Expert 19th Aug, 2019
Hello there! 
The Food and Beverage Services providing businesses deliverfood and beveragesto their customers at a particular location (on-premise) such as hotel, restaurant, or at the customer's intended premises (off-premise).
Food and beverage serving and related workers typically should do the following to do their work properly :-
Greet customers and answer their questions about menu items and specials
Take food or drink orders from customersRelay customers' orders to other kitchen staff
Prepare food and drink orders, such as sandwiches, salads, and coffee
Accept payments and balance receiptsYou need to be polite as well.

Hello sir/mam plz tell me mahatma gandhi university is it good for tourism managment and plz tell any campus placements are there in this??

_Abhishek_Vatsya Student Expert 19th Aug, 2019


Master of business management in tourism and travel management is two years post graduate course offered by MAHATMA GHANDHI UNIVERSITY affiliated by AICTE..Yes,it is good to pursue TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGER FROM MAHATMA GHANDHI UNIVERSITY.. Placement record is not Soo impressive.But you will get platform for further journey..


What are the exams should i need to prepare for career in travel and tourism in US ? & What qualifications required for that ?

Shreya Singh Student Expert 18th Aug, 2019


Professionals working in the industry of travel and tourism are concerned with providing quality services to people who are away from home on a holiday or business. Candidates looking to pursue a career in tourism industry must have a love for travelling along with the hunger to learn new things and knack of staying up-to-date with the latest news as well as socio-economic trends of the world. 

There are many colleges and universities in India that offer undergraduate or postgraduate level degree, diploma, certificate, distance learning, and online courses in various sectors of travel and tourism. Some such sectors include tourism management, tour operation, airline management, airline ticketing, travel administration, etc.

Given below is generic travel and tourism eligibility criteria for UG as well as PG courses. It may be noted that the eligibility criteria might vary depending on the policies of the college/ university in which a candidate is applying.

Eligibility Criteria for Bachelor Degree Courses: Candidates should clear Class XII in any stream from a recognised board with a minimum aggregate percentage (usually 50% - 60%). 

Eligibility Criteria for Master Degree Courses: Candidates should clear graduation from a recognised institute/ university with a minimum percentage (usually 45% - 60%). Preference for admission is usually given to candidates who have proficiency in any of the foreign languages.  

Eligibility Criteria for Diploma Courses: Candidates should clear Class XII from a recognised board with minimum 50% - 60% aggregate marks.

Eligibility Criteria for PG Diploma Courses: Candidates should clear graduation from a recognised university with minimum 50% - 60% aggregate marks.

Eligibility Criteria for Certificate Courses: Candidates should clear Class XII from a recognised board with at least 45% - 50% marks.

Eligibility Criteria for Distance Learning/ Online Courses: Candidates must note that Travel & Tourism distance learning/ online courses are offered at all – degree, diploma and certificate levels. Therefore, eligibility criteria for distance learning programmes remains the same as mentioned above for different courses.

While experience is a significant factor to grow in the field of travel and tourism, there are endless job opportunities that candidates can avail in both private and public sectors after pursuing a course in the same. Some of the popular job profiles in travel and tourism are:

  • Holiday/ Travel Agent: A travel agent evaluates the requirements of tourists and help them make the best possible travel arrangements. Many hotels and travel groups hire travel agents to sell their tour packages to clients. 
  • Travel Executive: A travel executive is responsible for managing different aspects of a travel including transportation, flight booking, hotel accommodation, destination information, etc.
  • Tourism Manager: A tourism manager promotes tourism in his/her region through different advertising strategies and campaigns. The manager also offers assistance to tourists of different cultures and traditions.
  • Travel Officer/ Coordinator: A travel coordinator finds best prices on hotels, flights and rental cars; processes employee travel expenses, sets up corporate discounts with travel vendors, creates itineraries, etc.     
  • Airlines/ Ground Staff: The ground staff plays a crucial role in areas such as commercial activities, running of airports, airline operations, etc. The job of ground staff is vast and include responsibilities such as inspecting, storing and transporting luggage; and stocking the aircraft with food and beverage items.
  • Tourist Guide: A tourist guide helps tourists visiting different tourist places and provides them information on cultural, historical and contemporary heritage of religious and historical sites, museums and other places of interest.
  • Transport Officer: A transport officer is typically appointed by a state government or local transport body to carry out activities like maintenance of the vehicle fleet, overseeing vehicle establishment programmes, certifying ground transportation budget etc.
  • Travel Counselor/ Consultant: A travel counselor has the responsibility of providing complete guidance on travel to clients. A counselor ensures best travel deals for the clients.  
  • Tour Operator: A tour operator is a professional who organises tours and manages the travel and stay of tourists. There are many companies which operate tours for domestic as well as international clients and thus require tour operators.    
  • Travel Writer: A travel writer is responsible for writing an array of stories related to travel such as historical places, vacations, adventure, hotel industry, culture, etc
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