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BBA Tourism & Hospitality Management

Programme Overview

Bachelor of Business Administration in Tourism and Hospitality Management is a four-year degree programme with the possibility of completing the fourth year with research if a particular student secures 75% CGPA in the previous exams. 

Programme Objectives & Outcomes

After completion of the programme, a student will be able to:

Knowledge

PO01: Provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the theoretical and applied aspects of the Tourism & Hospitality Industry.  

PO02: Inculcate all the desired skills of standard operating procedures & service provisions to meet the needs of today’s customer by providing desired services required in the Tourism & Hospitality Industry.  

PO03: Equip with hospitality skills required to provide customer satisfaction into the hotel & tourism sector  

PO04: Gain efficiency to fulfil guest requirements for food & beverage service, meetings, conferences, events, travel moments & caterings. 

Skills

PO05: Apply knowledge of tourism concepts along with the management theories and practices to solve business related problems in tourism domain 

PO06: Contextualize tourism within broader cultural, environmental, political and economic dimensions of society 

PO07: Foster analytical and critical thinking abilities for data-based decision making  

PO08: understand, analyze and communicate global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects of tourism business 

Competence

PO09: Identify and understand how new ideas, concepts or products emerge within relevant fields  

PO10: Communicate key ideas in written texts and oral presentations  

PO11: Critique tourism practices for their implications locally and globally

Programme Specific Objectives & Outcomes
KnowledgePSO1: A student develops the ability to apply the knowledge of Hotel Operations and Training skills in the domain of Tourism and Hospitality Management.
PSO2:  A student gathers excellence in solving the complex problems in the field of Hospitality Management with an understanding of the societal, legal and cultural impacts of the solution.
PSO3:  A student develops knowledge on exposure of practical skills, enhanced with continuous outdoor exposure and industrial training.
PSO3:  A student develops knowledge about the talent of becoming member in a team with right attitudes
PSO4: A student gathers basic and essential knowledge regarding various activities undertaken by tourism industry and necessary knowledge and skill to work in the industry
PSO5: A student develops the personality so as to become a responsible citizen with greater awareness about Indian society and its culture.
PSO6: A student develops knowledge, skill and attitude to set up tourism related establishments.
PSO7: A student develops the ability to contextualize tourism within broader cultural, environmental, political and economic dimensions of society.
SkillsPSO1:A student will develop as socially, ethically responsible business leaders.
PSO2:A student will execute the educational implications of the theories of psychology.
PSO3: A student will be able to bridge the gap between theoretical and practical knowledge by adopting innovative practices.
PSO4: A student will be able to sharpen soft and hard skills for being better professionals.
PSO5: A student will accumulate entrepreneurial skills for promoting a better ecosystem of business.
PSO6:A student will demonstrate the knowledge of tourism managerial science to solve complex travel and hospitality problems using limited resources
PSO7: A learner will function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse sectors, and in multidisciplinary settings.
CompetencePSO1: A learner demonstrates entrepreneurial competencies in the tourism industry.
PSO2: A student will exhibit managerial skills in the areas of tourism marketing, hospitality, airline, HR, etc.
PSO3: A student will identify tourism business opportunities, destination design and implement innovations in the workspace.
PSO4: A student will possess a sturdy foundation for higher education and research in tourism and hospitality.
PSO5: A student will demonstrate analytical and problem-solving skills through an internship in Air Ticketing, Hospitality Management, Cargo and Logistics, Human Recourse, and Tourism Marketing etc. to solve the issues.
PSO6: A student will comprehend the core concepts and core products, methods and practices in tourism management.
PSO7: A student will venture into his/her own travel business or excel in executive roles in the private /government sector.
Admission & Selection Process
Eligibility

Instructions

* Scanned copies of the class 10, 11/12 marks card should be uploaded while filling up the application.

* If class 12 marks are not available at the time of applying, then marks of any test conducted during class 11 or Pre-board, can be uploaded.

* The office of admissions will verify the scorecards.

* Applications with no scorecards or vague scanned copies will be rejected and termed as Not Eligible.

Kindly make sure your Contact Number & Email is correct and regularly used.

Fee Structure

Course1st Installment (July)2nd Installment (Oct)3rd Installment (Jan)4th Installment (Apr)Total Each Year
BBA – Travel & Hopitality Management (1st Year)331383313833138331361,32,550
BBA – Travel & Hopitality Management (2nd Year)277632776327763277611,11,050
BBA – Travel & Hopitality Management (3rd Year)277632776327763277611,11,050
BBA – Travel & Hopitality Management (4th Year)253632536325363253611,01,450

It is to be noted that though the fee is fixed for four years, there may be a periodic nominal increase to meet the rise in costs.

Curriculum Document

Bachelor of Business Administration in Tourism and Hospitality Management is a four-year degree programme with the possibility of completing the fourth year with research if a particular student secures 75% CGPA in the previous exams. 

After completion of the programme, a student will be able to:

Knowledge

PO01: Provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the theoretical and applied aspects of the Tourism & Hospitality Industry.  

PO02: Inculcate all the desired skills of standard operating procedures & service provisions to meet the needs of today’s customer by providing desired services required in the Tourism & Hospitality Industry.  

PO03: Equip with hospitality skills required to provide customer satisfaction into the hotel & tourism sector  

PO04: Gain efficiency to fulfil guest requirements for food & beverage service, meetings, conferences, events, travel moments & caterings. 

Skills

PO05: Apply knowledge of tourism concepts along with the management theories and practices to solve business related problems in tourism domain 

PO06: Contextualize tourism within broader cultural, environmental, political and economic dimensions of society 

PO07: Foster analytical and critical thinking abilities for data-based decision making  

PO08: understand, analyze and communicate global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects of tourism business 

Competence

PO09: Identify and understand how new ideas, concepts or products emerge within relevant fields  

PO10: Communicate key ideas in written texts and oral presentations  

PO11: Critique tourism practices for their implications locally and globally

KnowledgePSO1: A student develops the ability to apply the knowledge of Hotel Operations and Training skills in the domain of Tourism and Hospitality Management.
PSO2:  A student gathers excellence in solving the complex problems in the field of Hospitality Management with an understanding of the societal, legal and cultural impacts of the solution.
PSO3:  A student develops knowledge on exposure of practical skills, enhanced with continuous outdoor exposure and industrial training.
PSO3:  A student develops knowledge about the talent of becoming member in a team with right attitudes
PSO4: A student gathers basic and essential knowledge regarding various activities undertaken by tourism industry and necessary knowledge and skill to work in the industry
PSO5: A student develops the personality so as to become a responsible citizen with greater awareness about Indian society and its culture.
PSO6: A student develops knowledge, skill and attitude to set up tourism related establishments.
PSO7: A student develops the ability to contextualize tourism within broader cultural, environmental, political and economic dimensions of society.
SkillsPSO1:A student will develop as socially, ethically responsible business leaders.
PSO2:A student will execute the educational implications of the theories of psychology.
PSO3: A student will be able to bridge the gap between theoretical and practical knowledge by adopting innovative practices.
PSO4: A student will be able to sharpen soft and hard skills for being better professionals.
PSO5: A student will accumulate entrepreneurial skills for promoting a better ecosystem of business.
PSO6:A student will demonstrate the knowledge of tourism managerial science to solve complex travel and hospitality problems using limited resources
PSO7: A learner will function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse sectors, and in multidisciplinary settings.
CompetencePSO1: A learner demonstrates entrepreneurial competencies in the tourism industry.
PSO2: A student will exhibit managerial skills in the areas of tourism marketing, hospitality, airline, HR, etc.
PSO3: A student will identify tourism business opportunities, destination design and implement innovations in the workspace.
PSO4: A student will possess a sturdy foundation for higher education and research in tourism and hospitality.
PSO5: A student will demonstrate analytical and problem-solving skills through an internship in Air Ticketing, Hospitality Management, Cargo and Logistics, Human Recourse, and Tourism Marketing etc. to solve the issues.
PSO6: A student will comprehend the core concepts and core products, methods and practices in tourism management.
PSO7: A student will venture into his/her own travel business or excel in executive roles in the private /government sector.

Instructions

* Scanned copies of the class 10, 11/12 marks card should be uploaded while filling up the application.

* If class 12 marks are not available at the time of applying, then marks of any test conducted during class 11 or Pre-board, can be uploaded.

* The office of admissions will verify the scorecards.

* Applications with no scorecards or vague scanned copies will be rejected and termed as Not Eligible.

Kindly make sure your Contact Number & Email is correct and regularly used.

Year
1st Installment (Jul)
2nd Installment (Oct)
3rd Installment (Jan)
4th Installment (Apr)
Total Each Year
1st Year
33138
33138
33138
33136
1,32,550
2nd Year
27763
27763
27763
27761
1,11,050
3rd Year
27763
27763
27763
27761
1,11,050
4th Year
25363
25363
25363
25361
1,01,450

It is to be noted that though the fee is fixed for four years, there may be a periodic nominal increase to meet the rise in costs.

INTRODUCTION

Tourism Management is a study programme which prepares students to work in the dynamic tourism industry in sectors like hospitality, travel and tourism. The course will give you the knowledge and understanding how tourism businesses operate, how tourists behave and what impact tourism has on countries, cultures and the environment. It also helps to develop a wide range of skills that can be applied to a variety of managerial and entrepreneurial roles in the expanding tourism industry. The programme particularly emphasizes the cultural and political aspects of tourism, its special models in different societies and its impact on the regional and global economy. It also prepares students to plan a wide range of tourism activities and manage tourist products considering existing circumstances and conditions.

Tourism management refers to everything that is related to the hospitality and travel industries. It offers extensive training opportunities for management positions in the travel, accommodations, and food industry. Tourism management can also include working in associations or agencies that are directly involved with tourism services. A bachelor’s degree in tourism management is a precondition for acquiring in-depth practical and theoretical knowledge in the field of administration and business management. The foundation course will also cover the basic principles of legal, economic, marketing, accounting, and finance as well as management in tourism, hotel management and hospitality management. Apart from the necessary qualifications, you must also set yourself apart from other candidates since tourism management is a fiercely competitive industry to work in. Even if you don’t have the formal qualifications to work in this sector, you can still work your way up to the managerial position after gaining experience. You can also work in an entry-level job in the travel and tourism industry and study tourism management on a part-time basis in order to get qualified and earn a higher salary.

VISION

Accomplishing excellence in educational, training and professional services under the sectors of travel, tourism and hospitality. 

MISSION

Provide quality tourism and hospitality education by a judicious blend of well-structured training needs-based classroom teaching, workshops, online teaching sessions, case study cohorts and mentoring by academic and industry experts.

Testimonials

Faculty List

NameDesignationCampusEmailProfile
Dr. Dipankar RudraAssistant Professor, HoDSiliguridipankar_rudra25@salesiancollege.netview
Mr. Anirban GhoshAssistant Professor, DeanSiligurianirbandarj@salesiancollege.netview
Ms. Shradha SharmaAssistant Professor, BoS SecretarySiligurishradha.sh03@salesiancollege.netview
Ms. Sunita SherpaLecturer, Programme CoordinatorSiliguriwhiteorchid1996@salesiancollege.netview
Mr. Patrick JohnsonAssociate ProfessorSiliguripatrickjohnson.in@salesiancollege.netview
Mr. Rupam MajumderAssistant ProfessorSiligurirupammajumder2014@salesiancollege.netview
Ms. Debrati DebAssistant ProfessorSiligurideb.debrati86@salesiancollege.netview
Mr. Rajeev DutrajAssistant ProfessorSiliguridutrajrajeev@salesiancollege.netview
Mr. Nihel ThapaAssistant ProfessorSiligurinihelthapa@salesiancollege.netview
Ms. Arpana MoktanLecturerSiliguriarpanamoktan@salesiancollege.netview