Bachelor of Tourism and Management (B.T.M) - Course Overview

Duration: 3.0 yrs | Mode: Regular| Avg. Fees: 40,000 / Year

60 courses | 84 colleges

About Bachelor of Tourism and Management (B.T.M)

Bachelor of Tourism and Management is aimed at providing students with the in-depth knowledge about tourism and hospitality trends. It involves both practical and academic study of tourism business, its operations, the behaviour of tourists, trends in the tourism industry and its dynamics.

Students during the program undertake a lot of research work to grasp the knowledge about how the tourism industry world, how it has grown in the past few years, and what necessary steps and measures are required for the safety of tourists in the country for the industry to run smoothly.

BTM program is great for aspirants who love reading and knowing about different places, countries and are fascinated by travel and its essential components. The should also have good communication skills and adequate knowledge about international tourism. The main purpose of the program is to evaluate the relationship between the customers/ consumers and the tourism industry.

Bachelor of Tourism and Management (B.T.M) Eligiblity Criteria

  • Minimum Qualification Required: 10+2
  • Minimum Marks Required: 50%

Bachelor of Tourism Management Admission Process:

  • Most of the colleges offering BTM admit students on the basis of entrance tests scores which is followed by counselling sessions and personal interview as the final selection criteria.
  • Few of the colleges provide direct admissions on the basis of class 12th results.

Bachelor of Tourism and Management (B.T.M) Syllabus

First Year:

English (Compulsory Language)

Transport Management

Business Environment for Tourism

Introduction to Tourism

Tourism Documentation

Tourism Production of India- Cultural

Geography for Tourism

Hindi Compulsory

Tourism Production of India - Natural


Second Year:

Hotel Business

Tourism Marketing

An Introduction to Travel Agency & Tour Operations in India

HRM in Tourism

Principles of Management

Pilgrimage Tourism

Computer Applications in Tourism

Communicative English

Field Trip Report & Viva Voice


Third Year:

Impact of Tourism

Economics of Tourism

Accounting for Tourism

Sustainable Tourism

Tourist Guiding

Tourism Administration in India

On the Job Training Report

Adventure Tourism

Salesmanship in Tourism

Career Options and Job Prospects

BTM graduates are hired by both private and government sector companies. BTM course helps students specialize in the industry-specific knowledge and make them job ready for fields such as hotels, vacation resorts, retreat hotels, campgrounds, holiday accomodations and others. Given below are some of the popular employment areas (government and private sector) for BTM graduates:

  • Tourism Boards
  • Government Hotels
  • Government Tourist Information Centres
  • Travel Companies
  • Travel and Ticketing Sites
  • Travel Agencies
  • Travel Offices & Administration

These graduates initially assist professionals with experience in the tourism industry and most are in charge of answering a wide variety of queries by a customer regarding travel and tourism. The average annual salary of a fresher is Rs. 2 lakh to Rs. 3 lakh.

Here’s a list of suitable job roles for tourism management graduates:

  • Lobby Manager
  • Travel Expert
  • Travel Agent
  • Information Assistant
  • Tour Manager
  • Tour Guide