Course Name: Post Graduate Diploma in Travel & Tourism Management
Course Id: PGDTTM/Q1001.
Education Qualification: Graduate
Course and Exam Fee: 6000.
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Step 7- After Completion of Course Study give Online Examination.
Step 8- After Online Examination within 7 days you will get Diploma Certificate soft copy(Scan Copy) and Hard Copy(Original With Seal and Sign) within 30 days.
Step 9- After Certification you will receive Prospect Job Opportunities as per your Interest Area.
Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
Benefits of Certification:
- Government Authorized Assessment Agency Certification.
- Certificate Valid for Lifetime.
- Lifetime Verification of Certificate.
- Free Job Assistance as per your Interest Area.
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Post Graduate Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management
|Name of Paper||M .Marks||Pass Marks|
|Management Process & Organizational Behavior||100||40|
|Transport in Travel & Tourism||100||40|
|Information Technology & Tourism||100||40|
|Tourism Policy, Planning & Development||100||40|
|Tour Guiding and Visitor Interpretation||100||40|
|Indian History Art, Culture & Architecture||100||40|
Management Process & Organizational Behavior
Concepts, Practices of Management and Organizational Behavior Definition, meaning, nature and scope of management, Evolution of management thought. Contribution of Henry Fayol and F.W. Taylor, Different Approaches to management, Corporate social responsibility. Concept of TQM, Systems Theory, Functions of Management, Planning, Planning‐ Nature, Scope, steps and hierarchy of plans; Types of plans; Planning process; Business forecasting, Responsibility, Organization Culture and Effectiveness, Controlling: Types of Control, Controlling for organizational effectiveness.
Transport in Travel & Tourism
Transportation as dynamic & visual manifestation of tourism, History of different modes of transportation, Growth of civilization and role of transport, Development & present status of means of transportation in different parts of India & World: a comparative study, Airlines & tourism: history of airlines’ in India. Role and contribution of air India, Indian, Airlines, private airlines & helicopter services, Infrastructural basis of airlines in India, Surface transport & tourism: importance of surface transportation, Infrastructural basis for surface transport in tourism promotion, Coaches’ car rental system in India, Water transport: History & present status of water transport in seawater & inland waters, Role of Indian railway in tourism promotion, Special trains & packages for tourists.
Information Technology & Tourism
Definition of a Computer, Basic structure of a computer, types of Computer, Computer Language, CPU, Main memory, Secondary Memory, Input –output Device, Printer, Key Board, Scanner, Concept of operating system, MS Office- MS Word, Excel, power point, outlook express, Data Base Management System, Word processing, Electronic spreadsheets, Management Information System (MIS), Internet- Concept, IP Address, URL, Internet Protocol-TCP, HTML. HTTP, Network-LAN, Global Distribution System (GDS), CRS- concept, uses of CRS in Airlines, Railways, Hotel booking, , Importance of E-ticketing, uses of social media marketing for tourism promotion.
Tourism Policy, Planning & Development
Concept of Policy, Formulating tourism policy, institutional framework of public, tourism policy Role of government, public and private sectors, Role of international multinational, state and local tourism organizations in carrying out tourism policies. Policy making bodies and its process at national levels, Conceptual meaning of Tourism Planning, Evolution of Tourism Planning, General Concepts of Planning, Levels and Types of Tourism Planning, Background Approach and planning scale, Public and Private sectors role in Tourism Development, Analysis of an individual Tourism Project (development of the Buddhist circuit).
Tour Guiding and Visitor Interpretation
The definition and history of tour guiding , the importance and functions of guiding today Identify the roles, functions and responsibilities of a tour guide, List and differentiate between types of tour guides, Identify tour types, Describe tour guiding principles, Identify guide information sources and contacts, Acquire and up-date industry skills and knowledge, Identify legal, ethical and safety requirements that apply to provision of guiding services; the natural history of the target area; the cultural and human aspects, Planning routes and guided tours ;Theme and message development and delivery ;Organizing the group (from meeting a group and conducting the tour to finishing the programme) and group dynamics ; Communication skills (verbal and non-verbal) ; Using realia and other demonstrative techniques.
Indian History Art, Culture & Architecture
Culture & Civilization – Definition according to UNESCO; Outline of Indian History – Ancient History: Indus valley Civilization; Vedic culture: Pre Aryan and Aryan Culture – Medieval History: specially Akbar (indo-Islamic Synthesis) Mughal Emperor – Modern History: Western influence, Philosophy, Principle, Doctrines, Scriptures, Sects, Rituals, Customs and Practices, Etiquettes and manners, and fairs and festivals, and popular destinations in India of various religions of India such as Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Islam and Christianity – World Heritage Sites of India.
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