Tourism & Hospitality


1. Tours & Travels

Travel and tourism is the largest service industry globally in terms of gross revenue and foreign exchange earnings. It is also one of the largest employment generators in the world. It has been a major social phenomenon and is driven by social, religious, recreational, knowledge seeking and business interests and motivated by the human urge for new experience, adventure, education, and entertainment. Tourism is both cause and consequence of economic development. It has the potential to stimulate other sectors in the economy owing to cross-synergistic benefits and its backward and forward linkages.

Travel and tourism is one of the fastest-growing industries and a leader in many countries. It is expected to have generated around 9.4% of world GDP and 8.2% of total employment in 2009. The contribution of the industry to the global economy remains high despite a 4.38% decline in 2009.


2. Hotel Management

Hotel management can include Hotel & Restaurant management, Cruise Ship Hotel management, Hospital Administration and Catering, Hotel and Tourism Associations, Airline Catering and Cabin Services, Club management, Forest Lodges, Guest Houses amongst others. Expansion of global travel industry and aviation industry is expected to boost hotel industry in next couple of years.


Students looking for a career in hotel management should have strong communication skills, reasoning skills, numerical aptitude and pleasing personality. Therefore, if some candidate is lacking in these skills, he must inculcate them in him and for that starting early definitely helps. Many students start preparing for entrance exams conducted by IHMs soon after their 10th board. Similarly, those who wish to go for higher studies in hotel management can do Masters in Hotel Management; for MHM the person is required to have BHM.

Before jumping to any decision to select hotel management as a career option, it is always advised to analyse pros and cons, growth prospects, matching of work-profile with personality traits, etc. If the candidate is not willing to work in various profiles he may not be suitable for it as in hotel management an employee may be asked to work in management, food and beverage service, housekeeping, front office operation, sales and marketing, accounting or any other department depending upon the specific requirement.


3. Aviation


The last five years have proven to be a tumultuous time in aviation careers. A perfect storm of conditions has created a situation where the demand for pilots is beginning to outstrip supply, with a number of key indicators supporting that assertion. If various industry projections hold true, future demand for pilots will be dramatic. Meanwhile, new areas in aviation have opened up, with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) making news on a daily basis, and the prospect of commercial space flight coming closer to reality every day. Helicopters and charter operations are growing as consumers find more efficient (and pleasant) ways to travel. Aviation is growing and changing at the same time. 


We are serving on different projects in Hospitality that’s as follows:


BDE-Corporate Sales

Counter Staff

Counter Sales

Counter Executive

Office Co-Ordinator

Front Desk Executive

Admin Executive


Tour Manager

Tour Co-ordinator

EDP Executive


Ticketing Executive

Reservation & Counter Asst.


Customer Care/Service Associate


Sales Manager

Manager F & B

Kitchen Helper




GM Operation

HR Assistant

Secretary to MD

Store Executive

Store Manager