This industry is a dynamic, intensive and booming work sphere with great scope for the use of creativity, imagination and global orientation which belongs to hospitality department.
The travel and tourism industry is one of the most profitable industries in the country and also contributes substantially to foreign exchange earned. As per the statistics during 2008 four million tourists visited India and spent US $8.9 billion, making India one of the major global tourist destinations.
Due to the improvement level of Travel and Tourism in India this has created jobs in a variety of related sectors, both directly and indirectly. Almost more than 20 million people are now working in India’s Travel and Tourism industry.
The candidate is required to have passed the higher secondary examination (10+2) from any recognized board, conducted by Govt. of India, in any combination or any other recognized equivalent examination.