Bachelor of Arts (Tourism Administration)

Program Overview

The program is aimed to cover important concepts, practices, and trends in the Tourism Administration. It will include tourism product & services, tourism organization, transport system, hospitality tourism, travel agency management, tourism marketing, global tourism resources, aviation & cargo management, and international tourism to airfares & air ticketing, event management, sustainable tourism, and tourism laws

The program is aimed to cover important concepts, practices, and trends in the Tourism Administration. It will include tourism product & services, tourism organization, transport system, hospitality tourism, travel agency management, tourism marketing, global tourism resources, aviation & cargo management, and international tourism to airfares & air ticketing, event management, sustainable tourism, and tourism laws

Program Objectives

1. This course aims at developing a sense of ecology, environment and tourism among the Learners.

2. The course shall provide ample opportunities to explore the heritage, geography and transportation system of India

3. This program attempts to provide an integral view of Indian culture from the perspective of the tourism sector.

4. Learners will be made aware of the various national and international tourism laws along with the contemporary issues of travel

Learning Outcome


The Learner will be able to:

  1. Investigate on how the Tourism Economy is influencing the business environment in National and Global context.
  2. This course will give complete relationship between marketing and other management functions with respect to the tourism industry
  3. Familiarize with the basic management accounting concepts and their applications in administrative decision-making.
  4. Ability in discussing how current and future trends will affect the structure of the Industry.

Program Structure

Eligibility Criteria & Duration


• Duration of the program, 3 Year

Fee Structure (General)


Year 1 INR 40800
Year 2 INR 40800
Year 3 INR 40800
Total INR 122400
One Time Fee INR 114400

Evaluation Policy

  • Evaluation of student performance in each course-unit has two components: (a)internal continuous assessment (course work) and (b) the semester/year examinations which are held at the end of Semester/Academic Year.
  • The level of student academic performance as the aggregate of continuous evaluation and end semester/year examination is reflected by letter grades on a ten-point scale according to the connotations givenbelow:
    Grade Qualitative Value Grade Points
    A+ Outstanding 10
    A- Excellent 9
    B+ Good 7
    B Above Average 6
    B- Average 5
    C+ Satisfactory 4
    c Border Line 3
    F Fail 0
  • Course credit units are integer numbers indicating the weightage assigned to a course unit, project, researchwork, summer internship etc. onthe basisof contact hoursperweek on all learning activities.
  • MINIMUM ACADEMICREQUIREMENTS:
  • Thestudent mustscore aminimum Grade 'C+' ineachcourse unit.
  • The minimum passing SGPA for each semester is 4.5 for Under Graduate Programs and 5.0 for PostGraduate, Integrated and DualDegree Programs .
  • Thestudent should secureaminimumoverall Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 6 inthe case of Post Graduate, Integrated and Dual Degree Programs and 5.0 in the case of Under Graduate programs atthe endoffinal year.

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