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  • Delivery via E-mail
    No Physical Dispatch
  • Type: PG Certificate
  • Accreditation By:Assam Downtown University(Approved by UGC,DEC,AICTE joint Committee)
  • Language: English
  • Stream: Management
  • University: Assam Downtown University
  • Course Duration: 2 Years
  • Brand: DLP India
  • Note: Non-cancellable Product
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  • Mode of Delivery: You will receive access details via e-mail within 24 hours. NO physical dispatch.
  • SUPC: SDL025335697


In India the tourism and hospitality industries are witnessing a period of exponential growth; the world's leading travel and tourism agencies rank India as an exciting travel destination in the world. For five consecutive years, India has witnessed double-digit growth in foreign tourist arrivals. Along with the rise in foreign tourist arrivals, foreign exchange earnings have shown a robust growth and with this the hospitality sector has grown manifolds.


Classes in an MBA program for Hospitality management are designed to develop student's ability to apply business and leadership strategies to hospitality industry-specific situations. Courses include; 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


Semester I

Financial Accounting Management

Business Communication

Managerial Economics

Managerial Practices and Organisational Behavior (MP & OB)

Human Resource Management (HRM)


Semester II
Marketing Management

Management Information Systems (MIS)

Operations Management

Operations Research

Project Management

Semester III
Legal Aspects of Business

Introduction to Hospitality Management

Front Office Operations

Accommodation Operations

Just-In-Time and Lean

Semester IV
International Business Management

Hospitality Customer Sales and Service

Principles and Practices of Management

Food Production and F and B Service

Hospitality Communication

Research Methodology

Legal Aspects of Business

Introduction to Hospitality Management

Front Office Operations

Accommodation Operations

Just-In-Time and Lean


Graduates in any discipline.


2 Years (Mode: Semester)


Lump Sum Fee: Rs. 44,000/-

Installment Structure:

Ist Installment with Application Form:Rs. 25,000/-

IInd Installment (with 6 months PDCs): Rs. 10,000/-

IIIrd Installment (with 6 months PDCs): Rs. 10,000/-

IVth Installment (with 6 months PDCs): Rs. 10,000/-

Total Fees: Rs. 55,000/-


Ist Installment with Application Form:Rs. 30,000/-

IInd Installment (with 2 months PDCs): Rs. 14,000/-

Total Fees: Rs. 44,000/-

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