Dibrugarh University Tourism Management Entrance Test 2019
Dibrugarh University conducts Tourism Management Entrance Test for admission to its Post Graduate Diploma in Tourism Management (PGDTM) programme. The programme is offered through Centre for Management Studies (CMS) of the university. The duration of the course is 1 year.
Dibrugarh University Tourism Management Entrance Test Eligibility Criteria 2019
- A Graduate (any branch / subject) of minimum three years duration from a recognized University / Institute, securing at least 40% marks (35% for SC / ST) in major / aggregate. Those awaiting for their final year results can also apply.
- The Programme has a mandatory Field Trip spanning around 2 weeks to places of tourist interest; primarily in the North-east. The mandatory Field trip is generally undertaken after the first semester final examination.
Dibrugarh University Post Graduate Diploma in Tourism Selection Process 2019
- An admission test for selection of candidates for the PGDTM programme is held which comprises of a Written Test and a Personal Interview.
Entrance Test: Eligible candidates need to appear for the Centre for
Management Studies Dibrugarh University (CMSDU) conducted by the
Personal Interview: Shortlisted candidates will be called for Personal Interview.
Final Selection: Candidates
are selected based on marks obtained in Centre for Management Studies
Dibrugarh University (CMSDU) and Personal Interview.
Dibrugarh University Post Graduate Diploma in Tourism Course Structure 2019Semester 1
- 10100 Business Environment in Tourism
- 10200 Principles of Management
- 10300 Accounting & Finance for Tourism
- 10400 Principles, Policies & Practices of Tourism
- 10500 Tourism Products
- 10600 Geography, History and Culture of India & North East
- 20100 Tour Operations & Air Ticketing
- 20200 Communication Management in Tourism
- 20300 Marketing for Hospitality & Tourism
- 20400 Sustainable Tourism
- 20500 IT Applications in Tourism Management
- 20600 Field Report & Dissertation
Each course has an internal assessment of 40 marks and an end semester examination of 60 marks. Course 20500 being entirely based on a Field Trip has no end semester examinations. The mark distribution is divided into 40 marks (Viva-Voce) and 60 marks (Field Report). Courses 10600 & 20500 have 25 marks as practical which is part of the 40 marks allotted for the respective internals. The internal assessment is done through sessionals, presentations, assignments, practicals and /or projects and attendance depending on the nature of the course.
A student must attend at least 80% of classes in each course to be able to appear in the end semester examination as a regular candidate failing which they will be debarred from appearing in their end semester examinations (except under exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the authorities concerned).
Students must score 40% for being declared pass in a course (separately in in-semester and end-semester) and an aggregate of 45% to pass a semester.
Centre for Management Studies