The Programme has a mandatory Field Trip spanning around 2 weeks to places of tourist interest; primarily in the North-east. The mandatory Field trip is generally undertaken after the first semester final examination.
An admission test for selection of candidates for the PGDTM programme is held which comprises of a Written Test and a Personal Interview.
The programme structure is tabulated below:
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|10100 Business Environment in Tourism||20100 Tour Operations & Air Ticketing|
|10200 Principles of Management||20200 Communication Management in Tourism|
|10300 Accounting & Finance for Tourism||20300 Marketing for Hospitality & Tourism|
|10400 Principles, Policies & Practices of Tourism||20400 Sustainable Tourism|
|10500 Tourism Products||20500 IT Applications in Tourism Management|
|10600 Geography, History and Culture of India & North East||20600 Field Report & Dissertation|
Each course has an internal assessment of 40 marks and an end semester examination of 60 marks. Course 20500 being entirely based on a Field Trip has no end semester examinations. the mark distribution is divided into 40 marks (Viva-Voce) and 60 marks (Field Report). Courses 10600 & 20500 have 25 marks as practical which is part of the 40 marks allotted for the respective internals. The internal assessment is done through sessionals, presentations, assignments, practicals and /or projects and attendance depending on the nature of the course. A student must attend at least 80% of classes in each course to be able to appear in the end semester examination as a regular candidate failing which they will be debarred from appearing in their end semester examinations (except under exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the authorities concerned).
Students must score 40% for being declared pass in a course (separately in in-semester and end-semester) and an aggregate of 45% to pass a semester.
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