Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management Nellore(Organization Under Ministry of Tourism,Govt. of India)PGDM( Tourism & Cargo)PGDM( Tourism & Cargo)PGDM( Tourism & Cargo)PGDM( Tourism & Cargo)
CAREER AVENUES: Tourism Sector wiseEvent Management Meeting and Convention Planner Assistant DirectorConvention and Visitors Bureau Director of Conventional Sales Director of Event Services Events Coordinator Executive Director Information Officer Operations Agent Event promotion and marketingAirlines RelatedAirline Reservation AgentFlight AttendantRamp AgentSales RepresentativeTicket AgentAirport Assistant ManagerAirport Director of CommunityRelationsAirport Gift Shop PersonnelBaggage HandlerPassenger Service AgentHospitalityHotel Travel Desk Operator Director of Room Operations Front Office Manager Rooms Coordinator Guest Services Manager Director of Sales & Marketing Senior Sales Manager Marketing Manager Reservations Manager Revenue Manager Restaurant Manager Director of Events and Catering Convention Services Manager Event Manager Finance Manager Director of Human Resource Information Technology ManagerCruise lines Cruise Assistant Cruise Director Support StaffPGDM( Tourism & Cargo)
Cargo Industry @ a glancePGDM( Tourism & Cargo)Air Cargo.China and Southeast Asia,make up over one-third of thebusiest 25 cargo airportsIntra-Asia traffic will grow fasterthan any other international worldmarket, averaging 6.9% growth peryear.Worldwide traffic will grow from202.4 billion RTKs in 2011 tomore than 558.3 billion RTKs by2031.World air cargo traffic will bemore than double between 2011and 2031.
PGDM( Tourism & Cargo)Indianfreight industry to grow at a rate of 10%.Air freight is also growing at a rate of8.5%. India spends 15 to 20% of its GDPon transport and logistics compared to anaverage 8 to 10% in other developingcountries. Domestic and international aircargo traffic has grown at a CAGR of12.3% and 13%, respectively, during 2007-2010 India will have five hundredoperational airports in coming twelve years.Air Cargo Logistics Promotion Board
PGDM( Tourism & Cargo)SHIPPING CARGOPort based freight transportation predicted to growat 20% to 25%, at major and minor ports.Sea transport through India’s major ports will alsoperform well and grow at 9.2% with the entry of privateplayers in the sea freight sector.India to emerge as a major destination for containeroperations, efforts for modernization of sea ports are provingto be a boon.Shipping ports are operational at Vishakapatnam,Krishnapattanam, Kakinada, Karaikal, Karwar, Ennore,Chennai, Tutticorin, Vizhinam, Cochin and New MangaloreAnd Many more ……….
• Customs brokerage Warehousing Forwarding Cross-Docking Dry Cargo Operations Port Finance & Accounts Product labeling, packaging & assembly Reverse logistics (defective, repair, return) Container Terminal Operations Transportation planning and managementInformation technology servicesFleet managementSupply chain consultancy services providedby 3PLsCustomer serviceOrder entry, processing and fulfillmentLLP/4PL servicesDomestic and International transportationDangerous Goods HandlingMajor areas of Trained Manpower requirementsunder Cargo and Allied sectorsPGDM( Tourism & Cargo)
Course Highlights – Two Year Four semester programme• Specialization Tour Operations Management Tourism Marketing Air Cargo Management Shipping Cargo Management• Leading courses includes: Event Management Hospitality Management Airlines Management E-Tourism Foreign ExchangeManagementPost Graduate Diploma in Management(Tourism & Cargo) Destination Management Logistic and Supply ChainManagement EntrepreneurshipDevelopment Foreign languagePGDM( Tourism & Cargo)
Eligibility: Graduation/ Finalwith 50% .Apply on or before 10th June 2013Visit: www.iittm.orgPGDM( Tourism & Cargo)
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