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Is NIMS University good for BSc in Aviation?

- SnehaUpdated On September 21, 2020 04:33 PM

YEs, it is decently placed but not the best, for the best programs in Aviation, LPU is the right choice. It curates two related programs: 1) B.Sc. (Airlines, Tourism and Hospitality) 3 yrs. (6 Semesters) 2) BBA (Airlines and Airport management) 3 yrs. (6 Semesters) These come with the program outcomes like: Programme Outcomes 1 : Professional Skills : Demonstrate professional and operational skills in the field of airlines, tourism and hospitality industry. 2 : Decision making : Take decisions to handle guests and multiple other situations confronted in the industry. 3 : Technology and Equipment usage : Efficiently operate industry used technology, equipment and tools. 4 : Communication : Communicate effectively in handling guests, inter personal relations and with society at large. PO5 : Sustainability and Ethics : Take ethical decisions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate concern for professional ethics and sustainable development. 5 : Apply concepts, principles and SOP's to take decisions in the process of guest handling. 6 : Perform the standard operations effectively and efficiently to achieve guest satisfaction. Hope this helps DVD

- Narain sharmaAnswered on September 20, 2020 06:55 PM
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Well I can share the details of Lovely professional university which is in Punjab based on which you can make an analysis that what are the positive factors that should be considered while looking for a university or college. LPU is a well renowned university, providing quality education, innovative pedagogy and unbeatable placements both national and international. LPU provides a great academic exposure to its students. It provides a chance to the students to attend guest lectures or workshops, so that they get to learn as much as they can. The students also work on live projects, so that they are able to apply their knowledge to practical settings. It is one of the few that has embraced international practices when it comes to designing a curriculum. Instead of using old school books and lectures, LPU has experimented with books, interactive problem-solving interactions and working through real-world applications. The university has been ranked high by various outer agencies with regard to placements. LPU is conferred with National Employ-ability Award 2020 by Aspiring Minds for the 7th time in a row for having Most Employable Students and being one among the top colleges and universities in India with one of the highest Employ-ability rates. The university provides ample opportunities to each and every of the eligible students to secure good placement. Special inputs in the form of placement classes are given to students to hone their skills and prepare them for placements. The university leaves no stone unturned to shape the future of its students. It is definitely the first choice of both national and international students. LPU has become the landing place of many leading industries for recruitment. It has many top rankings in placements.

- vibhaAnswered on September 21, 2020 04:34 PM
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Dear Student,

NIMS University is one of the best universities in Rajasthan offering admission to more than 300 courses on of which is BSc in Aviation Management. The course is offered through the School of Aviation Management at NIMS University. After pursuing a BSc in Aviation Management from NIMS University, you can apply for various different roles in the aviation industry such as:

  • Flight Attendant
  • Ground Crew
  • Baggage Handlers

The university combines advanced theoretical studies in the classroom with industrial training in the aviation industry to ensure that its students are ready to face the challenges posed by the aviation industry.

To apply for admission to NIMS University, fill our Common Application Form (CAF) or just dial 18005729877 and talk to our counsellor.

Thank you.

- Abhinav ChamoliAnswered on July 17, 2020 11:58 PM
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