The Travel & Tourism
industry today employs over 50 million people in India and is the largest employer after the government. According to World Travel & Tourism
Council, the industry will grow exponentially to create 8 million additional jobs in India over the next 10 years. So a degree in Hotel
management can open many doors in the Hotel
and Hospitality sectors.
The objective of the MBA in Hotel
Management is to give skill and exposure to working executives from the Tourism
and hospitality industry-to understand Business communication, Economics, Travel agency and tour operations, ICT, contemporary Tourism
management, revenue management, Food and Beverage cost control, front office operations, hospitality facilities design, housekeeping management, purchasing and inventory control, real estate finance and investments, resort development, retail and consumer behavior, sanitation and safety.
Job opportunities are projected to be quite strong due to high turnover and increased consumer demand in the following segments; Travel agencies; tour operators; PPP airports; Hotel
and related Hospitality industry; International and national food chains; hospital and institutional catering; Hotel
management/ food craft institutes; shipping and cruise lines; Hotel
and other service sectors; state Tourism
development corporations; resorts/spas; Indian and international airlines; facilities management service providers; self employment through entrepreneurship; event facilitation
For more information - https://www.distancelearning.edu.in/0/111/1671/7/c/MBA-in-Hotel