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    Government jobs after BA in Tourism?

    I am jubiya finished my B.A TOURISM other than tourism which govt job can i go pls reply the answer immediately

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    Sam_Answerer is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Government jobs after BA in Tourism?

    Some of the job positions available in the sector of Travel & Tourism are:

    Lobby Manager

    Front Office executive

    Cabin crew

    Tour operations manager

    Ticketing assistants

    Junior travel executive

    Trainee travel consultant

    Operations executive

    Reservation executive

    Tour management executive

    Immigration consultant

    The minimum educational qualification required for finding a job placement in government travel & tourism sector is that candidates must have at least completed their higher secondary examination. Normally, travel & tourism sector look for candidates with the following educational qualifications:

    Bachelor of Tourism Studies

    Post Graduate Diploma in Travel & Tourism

    Master of Tourism Administration

    Certificate course in

    o Travel & tourism

    o Tourism studies

    Diploma in Tourism & Hotel Management

    Candidates must possess the following additional qualities in addition to any of the aforesaid educational qualifications:

    Good command over English & local language

    Good interpersonal skills & presentation skills

    Basic computer knowledge

    In public sector, candidates can find job opportunities in department and directorate of tourism and since the industry is at its developing stage, a huge number of fresh hands are required in this industry.

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    Re: Government jobs after BA in Tourism?

    from where we would know about vacancies in travel&tourism...in public sector...please help us tnx

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    Re: Government jobs after BA in Tourism?

    In the Government sector:
    Directorates & tourism departments:
    Departments of Tourism operate at the State and Central level. These departments formulate policy, select and develop tourist destinations, plan travel facilities, publicise the destinations and provide relevant information to tourists. The State Directorates are responsible for publicising and promoting travel within their state. Information Assistants answer the queries of tourists and help them plan their itineraries in India. They also greet tourists on arrival and helping them with problems regarding lodging, places one can visit etc.

    Immigration department:
    Immigration is the first counter where the foreign visitors have to go. The government immigration department is responsible for carrying out the immigration formalities.

    Customs department:
    These services have been existing for a long time as a separate cadre. Custom officials are selected through the civil services examination.

    Commercial Sector:
    Transport Services: Tourists use air, railways and road transport systems and waterways in coastal regions. There is a variety of job opportunities particularly in passenger service.
    Air transport: Airlines operate at both international and inland routes. One can be a part of the crew on board as a pilots, flight engineers, cabin crew or can join the ground staff for supervising technical and service sectors.
    Road transport: Tourist coaches have guides and travel staff on board. Coaches and tourist cars with drivers qualified to be tourist guides, are in great demand.
    Guides: Young graduates who have an aptitude in history and learning languages (especially foreign languages) could work as licensed guides. The Indian Institutes of Travel and Tourism Management (IITM) offers a course after which the person can be empanelled as a guide. This is a short duration course. Training in cultural tourism is very popular.

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    Re: Government jobs after BA in Tourism?

    hello friend,

    For know the information about the vacancies in the TRavel & tourism in the public sectors you have to done the registration in the followings sites:

    www.timesjobs.com
    www.naukri.com
    www.traveljobsearch.com
    www.tiptopjob.com
    www.spansjob.com

    after registration in these sites with your submit the resume you can get the daily jobs alert in your websites which you have entered during registration.
    after regisration you can get the daily mails for the vacancies of the different posts in the different public center.
    so after read the mail you can also apply quickly for the jobs..

    AFter B.A in tourism you can get the jobs in these sectors are follows:
    Managment jobs in travel agency and hotels
    Junior travel executive
    Tour operation manager
    Jobs in tourism and travel development companies
    Custom department jobs
    Tours management and reservation etc...

    Thank you!

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    Re: Government jobs after BA in Tourism?

    Hello sir my self nitin kumar i have complete my BA in dehli univeristy so i want a job in govermant sector ! So sugese me to make my carier in up torism!! My emil id :nitinthakur198@yahoo.com

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    Re: Government jobs after BA in Tourism?

    i hav N4 in tourism im lookin 4 a job or a bassary 2 futher my studies.wil i be able 2 be employed with an N4 certificate?

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    Re: Government jobs after BA in Tourism?

    i have done bachelor in tourism studies from ignou. so please suggest me where should i apply for jobs.

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    Re: Government jobs after BA in Tourism?

    In the Government sector:
    Directorates & tourism departments:
    Departments of Tourism operate at the State and Central level. These departments formulate policy, select and develop tourist destinations, plan travel facilities, publicise the destinations and provide relevant information to tourists. The State Directorates are responsible for publicising and promoting travel within their state. Information Assistants answer the queries of tourists and help them plan their itineraries in India. They also greet tourists on arrival and helping them with problems regarding lodging, places one can visit etc.

    Immigration department:
    Immigration is the first counter where the foreign visitors have to go. The government immigration department is responsible for carrying out the immigration formalities.

    Customs department:
    These services have been existing for a long time as a separate cadre. Custom officials are selected through the civil services examination.

    Commercial Sector:
    Transport Services: Tourists use air, railways and road transport systems and waterways in coastal regions. There is a variety of job opportunities particularly in passenger service.
    Air transport: Airlines operate at both international and inland routes. One can be a part of the crew on board as a pilots, flight engineers, cabin crew or can join the ground staff for supervising technical and service sectors.
    Road transport: Tourist coaches have guides and travel staff on board. Coaches and tourist cars with drivers qualified to be tourist guides, are in great demand.
    Guides: Young graduates who have an aptitude in history and learning languages (especially foreign languages) could work as licensed guides. The Indian Institutes of Travel and Tourism Management (IITM) offers a course after which the person can be empanelled as a guide. This is a short duration course. Training in cultural tourism is very popular.

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