Foundation courses in food production, food and beverage service, front office, accommodation operations, tourism, hotel engineering, nutrition, human resource management, food production operations, food safety and quality, financial management, strategic management, tourism marketing, and others are covered in this course.
In the hospitality industry, there is an increasing demand for professionals. As a result, students with a BSc in Hotel and Hospitality Management can find good job possibilities in both the public and private sectors. After completing a BSc in Hotel and Hospitality Management, graduates can find work in a variety of departments in hotels and restaurants across India, including Food & Beverage, Accounting, Sales, Engineering/Maintenance, Front Desk, and Security.
Some of the popular job profiles in travel and tourism are Holiday/ Travel Agent, Travel Executive, Tourism Manager, Travel Officer/ Coordinator, Airlines/ Ground Staff, Tourist Guide Tour Operator etc.
10+2 examination in Science Stream from a recognized board of the country