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B.B.A in Tourism and Travel Management is a 3-year full time undergraduate course, the minimum eligibility for which is the successful completion of the 10+2 level of education completed from a recognized educational Board, with a minimum aggregate score of 50%.

The program is spread over 3 years, and divided into 6 semesters of 6 months each.

Admission to the course is based on the candidate’s performance at the 10+2 level, or in a relevant entrance test, often followed by a round of Personal Interview.

The course is best suited for those who are interested in seeking a career in the travel and tourism, and transportation industry, which is about:

  • Travel Management
  • Tourism Development
  • Ecology
  • Environment and Tourism
  • Inter-cultural communication, etc.

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The program involves components of study such as:

  • functioning of the travel and tourism industry in a developing country like India.
  • current affairs, and the principles and issues relating to the sustainability and social responsibility within tourism.
  • global tourism, its effects, and its developments.
  • As tourism is an industry which will only grow with time with the discovery of new tourist destinations, the candidate must be aware of the dynamic nature of travel and tourism within the modern society.
  • risk of ecological and environmental damage with growing tourism in different parts of the country.

Such graduates are typically hired in capacities such as:

  • Front Office Executive
  • Lobby Manager
  • Tour Operator
  • Tour Operation Manager
  • Transport Officer
  • Travel Executive
  • Travel Agent
  • Operations Executive
  • Information Assistant
  • Visa Executive, etc.

Popular areas of recruitment include:

  • Food Industry Forts/Resorts
  • Hospitality Industry
  • Hotels and Allied Service Industries
  • Railways
  • Tour Operators
  • Travel Agencies
  • Immigration and Customs Services
  • Transportation and Cargo Companies, etc.

The average fee charged for the course in India ranges between INR 1,000 to 2.55 lakhs.

The average annual salary offered to such professionals in India ranges between INR 2 and 15 lakhs, increasing with experience and expertise.

Top Colleges for Bachelor of Business Administration [BBA] (Tourism and Travel Management)

  • BBA/BBM in Delhi-NCR
  • BBA/BBM in Maharashtra
  • BBA/BBM in Chennai
  • BBA/BBM in Uttar Pradesh
  • BBA/BBM in Telangana

B.B.A. in Tourism and Travel Management: Course Highlights

Course LevelGraduation
Duration3 years
Examination TypeSemester
Eligibility10+2, preferably with Commerce subjects, with a minimum aggregate score of 50%.
Admission ProcessMerit-based/ Based on counselling after qualification of entrance test
Course FeeINR 1000 to 2.55 lacs
Average Starting SalaryINR 2 and 15 lacs
Top Recruiting CompaniesFood Industry Forts/ Resorts, Hospitality Industry, Hotels and Allied Service Industries, Railways, Tour Operators, Travel Agencies, Immigration and Customs Services, Transportation and Cargo Companies, etc.
Job PositionsFront Office Executive, Lobby Manager, Tour Operator, Tour Operation Manager, transport Officer, Travel Executive, Travel Agent, Operations Executive, Information Assistant, Visa Executive, and such.

B.B.A. in Tourism and Travel Management: What is it About?

The program is designed to offer advanced lessons to the eligible candidates in:

  • functioning of the travel and tourism industry in the modern society.
  • principles of management.
  • fundamentals of travel and tourism.
  • Indian cultural heritage.
  • organizational behaviour.
  • Indian economy.
  • business laws.
  • both vocational and academic skills and knowledge relevant to the industry.
  • economic realities and business and taxation laws on both national and international levels.
  • Concepts involved in international tourism.
  • ecological, environmental aspects related to the development of tourism.
  • accounting and computer relevant in managerial jobs.

Interested graduates of the course may pursue advanced studies in the discipline by way of MBA in Travel and Tourism, and such.

B.B.A in Tourism and Travel Management: Who should opt?

Ideal candidates for the course would possess:

  • quick decision-making skills.
  • basic managerial skills.
  • flexibility to work with and in a team.
  • good communication skills.
  • organized and amiable behaviour while dealing with clients.
  • awareness of current affairs.
  • problem-solving abilities, etc.

Top Institutes offering B.B.A in Tourism and Travel Management

Listed below are some of the top institutes in India which offer the course:

Name of InstituteCityAverage Fees in INR
Achariya School of Tourism and Hotel ManagementPuducherry-
C.Z. Patel College of Business and ManagementGujarat1,29,00 lakhs
Goa Salesian Society’s Don Bosco CollegeGoa3,00,000
Delhi Institute of Rural DevelopmentDelhi2,38,500
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha UniversityDelhi4,00,000
Institute of Logistics and Aviation ManagementMaharashtra1,16,667
Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel ManagementGwalior2,54,500
Munnar Catering CollegeTrivandrum2,25,000
National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality ManagementHyderabad90,000
Tagore Arts CollegePondicherry2.5 lakhs
St. Xavier’s CollegeGoa-
Kannur UniversityKerala-
Rosary College of Commerce and ArtsGoa1.46 lakhs
Swami Sarvanad Institute of Engineering Technology and SciencePunjab2.8 lakhs
Perunthalaivar Kamarajar Arts CollegePuducherry4,00,000
University of LucknowLucknow-
Christ UniversityBangalore56,667
Sharaf Arts and Science CollegeKerala54,000
Jawaharlal Nehru Rajkeeya MahavidyalayAndaman and Nicobar2.5 lakhs
GIBS Business SchoolBangalore83,333

Eligibility for B.B.M. in Tourism and Travel Management

Listed below are the minimum criteria of eligibility that interested candidates need to fulfil in order to apply for the course.

  • 10+2 education completed, preferably in the Commerce stream, from a recognized educational Board.
  • Preferably, Commerce subject as the main subjects of study at the 10+2 level.
  • A minimum aggregate score of 50% (45% for SC/ST/OBC candidates) at the 10+2 level.

B.B.M. in Tourism and Travel Management: Admission Process

Most institutes offering the course admit students based on performance in a relevant entrance test. Admission process generally varies across colleges.

A few institutes also provide direct admission based on the candidate’s performance at the 10+2 level.

Some such universities that conduct entrance tests in the country for admission to the course are:

  • Christ University, Bangalore
  • Swami Sarvanand Institute of Engineering Technology and Science, Punjab.

B.B.M. in Tourism and Travel Management: Syllabus and Course Description

A semester-wise breakup of the course’s syllabus is tabulated here:

Semester 1Semester 2
Principles of ManagementBusiness Organization
Business Economics IBusiness Economics II
Business mathematicsQuantitative Techniques and Operation Research in Management
Computer Fundamentals IDatabase Management System
Financial AccountingCost Accounting
Personality Development and Communication SkillsPersonality Development and Communication Skills II
Computer LabDBMS Lab
Fundamentals of Travel and TourismIndian Cultural Heritage: Perspective for Tourism
Semester 3Semester 4
Organizational BehaviourHuman Resource Management
Indian EconomyBusiness Environment
Marketing ManagementMarketing Research
Computer Application IComputer Application II
Management AccountingBusiness Laws
Personality Development and Communication Skills III (Minor Projects and Presentations)Taxation Laws
Management of Travel AgencyComputer Application Lab II
 -Ecology, Environment, and Tourism
Semester 5Semester 6
Values and Ethics in BusinessTrends in Travel Tourism and Laws
Sales & Customer Relationship ManagementTravel Planning and Evaluation
Foreign Language I (French I)Entrepreneurship Development
Management of Information SystemInternational Business management
Financial ManagementProject report and Viva Voce
Summer Training Report and Viva VoceForeign language II (French II)
Computer Training LabAir Ticketing and Foreign Exchange Management
Marketing in Service Industry- Airport, Travel, Tour and Hotel.-

B.B.M. in Tourism and Travel Management: Career Prospects

Owing to the wide-scale development of the tourism industry in the country, the field is fast opening up new career prospects for candidates with a knack for travelling.

Starting from International Affairs to Indian Economy, the syllabus of the course covers the spectrum of both national and international travel and tourism industry, thereby affording it a global scope.

Some of the popular professional avenues open to successful graduates of the course are listed below with the corresponding salaries offered for the respective positions.

Job PositionJob DescriptionAverage Annual Salary in INR
Front Office ExecutiveFront Office Executives are responsible for welcoming, greeting, and catering to the guests and showing them to their rooms (in case of hotels), proper management of keys, hospitality staff, etc.1.83 lakhs
Lobby ManagerLobby Managers are responsible for monitoring the Front Office shifts, assisting and leading the staff, providing required service to the guests, and maintaining a professional environment at all times.2.63 lakhs
Tour Operation ManagerTour Operation Managers are responsible for planning and organizing holidays with tourist groups from all over the country/world, providing excellent service, and arranging tour guides, etc.1.75 lakhs

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