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Post Graduate Programmes

Admission Bulletin

2013-15
This document is produced to support the process for admission to Post graduate programmes of the Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management for the academic session 2013-15.

Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management

Table of contents
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Tourism and Travel) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Tourism and Leisure) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Services) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (International Business) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (International Business) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Tourism and Cargo) Facilities at IITTM Fee structure for different programmes Scholarships and freeship Faculty members Contacts Seats available in different programmes Eligibility Admission process and counselling Important note Reservation of rights 3 4 6 8 9 11 13 14 15 15 16 17 18 19 19 22 22

Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management


Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management (IITTM), an autonomous organization of Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, is one of the premier Institutes in the country offering education, training, research and consultancy in the field of tourism, travel and allied sectors. IITTM was established in 1983 and presently IITTM campuses are located at Gwalior, Bhubaneswar, Goa, New Delhi and Nellore. IITTM is a founder member of UN-ESCAP promoted Network of Asia-Pacific Educational and Training Institute in Tourism (APETIT). It offers a two-year Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programmes approved by AICTE. Looking to the demands of Indian and global economy, our programmes offer dual specializations for learners to enable them to acquire the right skill set with ample flexibility to adapt to employing organizations needs. We offer programmes in: 1. Post Graduate Diploma in Management 2. Post Graduate Diploma in Management 3. Post Graduate Diploma in Management 4. Post Graduate Diploma in Management 5. Post Graduate Diploma in Management 6. Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Tourism and Travel) (Tourism and Leisure) (Services) (International Business) (International Business) (Tourism and Cargo)

Our programmes incorporate both subject-specific and generic business modules, and have been designed to reflect industry practices and academic developments. Each of our existing courses touches up on tourism as a business activity - the organisation, dimensions, social significance and impact of tourism are studied. With entry profiles ranging from beginners to advanced levels, our programmes are tailor made to meet your needs. Learners are supported at every stage of learning and development. Post graduate programmes offered at Gwalior centre are all approved by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) as equivalent to MBA.

Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, Gwalior- Administrative Block

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Tourism and Travel) (PGDM -TT)


Offered at Gwalior and Bhubaneswar Tourism is one of the world's most important industries, supporting employment on a large scale in many parts of the world. Tourism is responsible for the movement of many millions of people each year, travelling for a variety of reasons, including holidays, business, education, health, and visiting friends and relatives. The PGDM (Tourism and Travel) programme has been developed to meet the growing demand for skilled and resourceful managers in this rapidly expanding tourism industry. Organisations that manage tourism facilities as well as those who provide essential services such as transport, accommodation, travel, and tourist advice are set to expand in the future. While individuals Bhubaneswar Centre entering this area require a sound grounding in general business principles, there are also specific areas that require a more dedicated set of skills and knowledge. This programme provides a sound foundation in business and management principles and at the same time provides for the development of specialist tourism knowledge and skills that are essential for a successful career in tourism management today. The programme of study aims at preparing graduates for taking up employment in a business organisation or self employment and / or carrying forward their family businesses. Learners would understand the need for different management approaches for different types of tourism; discuss the role of tourism as an agent for cultural change and understanding; and, assess the specific characteristics and trends in emerging specialist areas of the tourism industry (e.g. festivals, events, heritage, wellness tourism and other new markets). Subsequently they will be working in, or aspire to, careers in all aspects of the international tourism industry, which may include government tourism agencies, tour operators, airlines, cultural heritage, festival, wellness and/or other specialist tourism operations. The objectives of this programme of study arei. ii. iii. Understand the broad political, economic and social frameworks within which tourism management takes place Appreciate the complex relationships between visitors and destination management Evaluate the tools and techniques that are used for developing and managing tourism in a range of environments

iv. v.

Enable young learners to develop a business sense and sensitise them to nuances in service scenario Equip and enable learners to start a new business venture

Accordingly, the programme has a large component of working in real world situations under the careful guidance of mentors. Structure i. ii. This is an intensive study programme of two academic sessions. The programme shall be divided into four semesters and there shall be an examination at the end of each semester. There are three taught semesters and fourth semester of internship. Each semester shall comprise of credits equivalent to nine courses, each of three hours per week, with equivalent teaching obligation and equal amount of self study. Admission to programme is being offered for 93 seats each at Gwalior and Bhubaneswar. Dual specialisation would be available to students in any two out of Airfares and Ticketing, Air Cargo Operations and Management, Tour Operations, and Marketing.

iii. iv. v.

Zenith mentorship Programme Zenith Leisure Holidays (ZLH), a leading tourism company has agreed to mentor the students of PGDM (TT) programme at Bhubaneswar centre of the institute through the duration of the programme. Scheme envisages students of PGDM (TT) programme of IITTM, Bhubaneswar to travel extensively, inside and outside of the country, for training and practical exposure including one international and one domestic study tour. However, students who opt for this programme are expected to financially support these activities. The mentorship programme includes: a. Two-month paid Internship after second semester with stipend of Rs. 5000/- per month and four months paid internship during the fourth semester with Rs. 10,000 per month as stipend. b. Each student of ZMS to be assigned one Zenith Mentor for the whole period of two years (hand holding as per Gurukul tradition). c. ZLH will award a specialist certificate to the qualifying students. Further, IITTM Bhubaneswar will award certificate after successful completion of Zenith Mentorship Scheme (ZMS) course.

Quiz on World Tourism Day

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Tourism and Leisure) (PGDM-TL)


Offered at New Delhi Tourism, today, is the largest industry in the world. This programme offers a flexible approach to human resource development in the fast evolving tourism and leisure scenario. The programme combines the best of practical experience, learning and development. Learners will receive a high level of academic and pastoral support, delivered in small groups. The learning resources to support this programme of study are excellent and include internet and intranet sources, text books, journals, videos and learning packs. With lectures, seminars and tutorials, your learning will be enhanced through a work placement. Your placement will be combined with visiting and residential, guest speakers from industry, international case studies and workshops - giving you unique insights and a thorough understanding of the sector. IITTM has longstanding links with business and employers. PGDM (TL) programme is designed to address the current and future needs of employers, and to enhance learners lifelong career prospects. In addition, the institutes highly experienced programme staff is keen to make the time you spend with them, as academically stimulating and rewarding as possible. Our programme staffs enjoy a well deserved reputation for being approachable and interested in their students progress. You can expect individual support and guidance at every stage. Programme structure is flexible and caters to the career goals of students-both the fresh graduates as well as those seeking betterment in the current position. The course structure contents are a judicious mix of tourism and leisure specific knowledge and skill inputs, being conceived in the background of fast changing tourism industry. The scope and diversity of tourism and leisure segments is such that the graduates have a variety of employment options and growth IITTM, Delhi avenues. On completion of the programme the student will be equipped with required knowledge and managerial skills to serve in both tourism and leisure sectors. Main objectives of this programme arei. ii. Provide comprehensive perspective on fast evolving leisure and tourism environment Develop in-depth knowledge in the leisure, recreation and tourism products/ offerings with special focus on adventure tourism

iii. iv. v. vi.

Understand the complex businesses of these segments Develop knowledge and skills to manage the burgeoning leisure seekers in general and adventure tourists in particular Appreciate importance of team work, leadership qualities, and cross-cultural communication Inculcate values and principles for ethical and sustainable business practices.

Accordingly, the programme has a large component of working in real world situations under the careful guidance of mentors. Structure i. This is an intensive study programme of two academic sessions.

ii. The programme shall be divided into four semesters and there shall be an examination at the end of each semester. There are three taught semesters and fourth semester of internship. iii. Each semester shall comprise of credits equivalent to nine courses, each of three hours per week equivalent teaching obligation and equal amount of self study. iv. Admission is being offered for 93 seats at New Delhi. v. Dual specialisation would be available to students in any two out of event management, adventure tourism, and travel trade.

Upcoming IITTM Delhi centre campus (at Noida)

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Services) (PGDM-S)


Offered at Gwalior Service sector, today, is the largest contributor to gross domestic product in India. As economy strengthens both service sectors (tourism, healthcare, retailing, education, IT, hospitality, etc.) and service components of manufacturing and agriculture sector would increasingly become important. This growth has resulted in a sharp rise in employability and paying capacity of these sectors. More jobs are created and job demand and supply gap has increased, calling for more trained human-power to occupy these jobs. This programme of IITTM focuses on management of service sectors. The programme of study aims at preparing graduates for taking up employment in a business organisation or self employment and/or carrying forward their family businesses. Learner would be able to specialise simultaneously in one functional elective area and also in one sectoral elective of his /her choice and subject to availability of such courses at the centre. The main objectives of this programme of study are threefoldi.

IITTM Auditorium

Enable young learners to develop a business acumen and sensitise them to nuances of service scenarios

ii. Learn principles and practice of management especially for the service sector companies iii. Equip and enable learners to start new business ventures. Accordingly, the programme has a large component of working in real world situations under the careful guidance of mentors. Structure a. This is an intensive programme of study of two academic sessions. b. The programme shall be divided into four semesters and there shall be an examination at the end of each semester. c. Each semester shall comprise of credits equivalent to nine courses, each of three hours per week equivalent teaching obligation and equal amount of self study. d. Admission is being offered for 93 seats in the programme. e. Dual specialisation would be available to students in Marketing, Human Resource Management or Finance; and Tourism and Hospitality Management, or Financial Services.

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (International Business) (PGDM-IB)


Focus: International Tourism Business Offered at Gwalior The prime objective of this programme is to develop a global way of thinking- a valuable asset and an important skill for all businesses today. IITTMs International Tourism Business (PGDM-IB) programme is unique among international management programmes because we focus on preparing our graduates to be global tour leaders who possess a deep knowledge of the intercultural sensitivity and skill to handle both out bound and inbound tourists. Mentored by Thomas Cook (India) Ltd., PGDM-IB programme provides learners with international as well as general business skills, and an opportunity for hands on experience. With IITTMs core competence in tourism and travel-the largest global industry today, we prepare learners for this. They will also be equipped with skills transferable to other sectors of global businesses.

PG Programme in International Tourism Business is mentored by Industry leader Thomas Cook India Pvt. Ltd. All students enrolled for mentorship will undergo paid four month internship at the end of the programme and shall have an opportunity to assist on an outbound tour among many other benefits.

In times when companies must spend each rupee judiciously it has become increasingly important for tourism companies to hire managers/executives who are trained to be relevant to their requirements. At PGDM (IB) we believe that for graduates to be worth the employers money, they need to be trained/ educated in a manner that they may contribute from day one to the company by creating value for their customers and company. We believe that the only way out is to offer a programme working closely with industry, so that it produces learners who are of immediate use for the tourism

companies. Being the leader in tourism education in South Asia, we have excellent relationships with the tourism companies which have enabled us to appreciate their needs. The Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM- International Business) programme includes state-of-the-art course in Medical Tourism, Travel Documentation, Sustainable Tourism, Volunteer Tourism, Intercultural Management, On-the-job Training, among others. On completion of the programme, a learner shall be able toi. Appreciate nuances tourism business of international
Thomas Cook (India) Ltd. is a leading travel company of the world

ii. Manage tours, both inbound and out bound iii. Must be able to help the employing company with design of products and selling them iv. Raising and management of tourism enterprises v. Prepare for international tourism businesses with skills transferable to other international businesses. Accordingly, the programme has a large component of working in real world situations under the careful guidance of mentors. Structure a. This is an intensive study programme of two academic sessions. b. The programme shall be divided into four semesters and there shall be an examination at the end of each semester. c. Thomas Cook (India) Ltd. shall allow four months paid internship after the fourth semester. d. Each semester shall comprise of credits equivalent to nine courses, each of three hours per week equivalent teaching obligation and equal amount of self study. e. Separate (additional) certification by Thomas Cook (India) Ltd. Opportunity for other concurrent certifications. f. Admission to programme is being offered for 93 seats at Gwalior. g. Programme envisages students to travel extensively, inside and outside of the country, for training and practical exposure. Learners of this programme are expected to financially support these activities. Approximate expenses would be Rs. 1.1 lakhs in addition to the regular fees for the programme.

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (International Business) (PGDM-IB)


Focus: Tourism and Logistics Offered at Bhubaneswar As the global marketplace gets more competitive, the key to sustainable competitive advantage would emanate from a businesss ability to make effective decisions and move products to the market quickly and efficiently. Post recession, management of logistics has gained importance with business decision makers. This necessity has made flow of information, goods and services, people and capital more complicated. Business environments have become dynamic and complex on one hand while product life cycle has reduced. To remain in, reckoning companies need to be quick and precise to address their customers needs. This calls for a smooth processing along the supply chain. Post Graduate Diploma in Management with focus on Tourism and Logistics (PGDM-IB) is a programme of Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management (IITTM), Bhubaneswar, approved by AICTE.
Boys hostel at IITTM Bhubaneswar

The paramount objective of the course is to make the students understand the indispensable role of logistics in the movement management of tourists and their travel accessories, including souvenirs from the tourism generation region to the transit and destination region vice-versa. The course will introduce the students to the linkages between the large tourism industry on one hand and the various transport Panoramic view of IITTM Bhubaneswar systems of the world on the other. This course will focus primarily on the following capability dimensions - tourism management practices; logistics supply chain management; distribution; critical analysis, problem setting and solving; interpersonal and communication skills; teamwork and leadership skills. This course will assist students to develop their ability to: i. Understand the fundamental supply chain principles involved in the movement of tourists, luggage and services in the global and regional tourism industry.

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Analyze the prevailing regional and global tourist travel demand, and constructively analyze the functional capacity of the existing tourist travel supply capacities.

iii. Learn functions of transport logistical operations systems in tourist transit regions, and their effectiveness in the management of the mass movement of tourists and goods from the travel hubs to the tourist attraction spokes. iv. Make sense of existing and future global, regional and local prospects and challenges for tourist transport provision and methodologically approach each issue. v. Understand and implement concepts, techniques and applications that are important for logistics and supply chain management.

vi. Link strategic and operational system thinking with appropriate action to inform and facilitate day-to-day decisions in logistic management. vii. Apply business and logistic methods and principles to identify problems to improve value chain and supply chain management for sustainable practice. viii. Ability to communicate effectively to build and maintain relationships with other professionals at various levels of business organisation, stakeholders, clients, team members and management. ix. Ability to evaluate and disseminate logistic solutions and information, upstream and downstream in supply chain management Structure a. This is an intensive study programme of 2 academic sessions. b. The programme shall be divided into four taught semesters and there shall be an examination at the end of each semester. c. First, Second and Third semesters shall comprise of nine courses and Fourth semester shall comprise of five courses including project work, each of three hours per week equivalent teaching obligation and equal amount of self study. d. Admission is being offered for 93 seats in the programme. Zenith mentorship Programme Zenith Leisure Holidays (ZLH), a leading tourism company has agreed to mentor the students of PGDM (IB) programme at Bhubaneswar centre of the institute through the duration of the programme. Scheme envisages students of PGDM (TT) programme of IITTM, Bhubaneswar to travel extensively, inside and outside of the country, for training and practical exposure including one international and one domestic study tour. However, students who opt for this programme are expected to financially support these activities. The mentorship programme includes: a. Two-month paid Internship after second semester with stipend of Rs. 5000/- per month and four months paid internship during the fourth semester with Rs. 10,000 per month as stipend. b. Each student of ZMS to be assigned one Zenith Mentor for the whole period of two years (hand holding as per Gurukul tradition). c. ZLH will award a specialist certificate to the qualifying students. Further, IITTM Bhubaneswar will award certificate after successful completion of Zenith Mentorship Scheme (ZMS) course.

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Tourism and Cargo) (PGDM-TC)


Offered at Nellore PGDM in Tourism and Cargo Management (PGDM- TC) is a programme of IITTMs South India Campus at Nellore (Andhra Pradesh). This course offers a very vibrant approach to human resource development in the growing tourism and cargo management sector. The pedagogy of the course is designed by combining the contemporary developments in the tourism and cargo management scenario with a global outlook. This management programme has all the elements of a full-fledged tourism course along with cargo specialisation modules; providing enrich learning experience as the inputs of course have been contributed and updated by experienced industry professionals as well as eminent academia, it has a blend of a comprehensive curricula with the flavour of practical managerial solutions and its applicability in industrial context manifesting as a panacea for the often deliberated on the gap between the present management education and changing as well as evolving IITTM Nellore Hosting intercollegiate competition on World industry requirements. Tourism Day This unique PGDM programme emphases value based education which opens door for innumerable opportunities in Tourism, Cargo and allied sectors at executive and management level. In tourism sector; Tour operations in national and multinational tourism and travel companies, Tourism destination Marketing, Event management, State Tourism Boards and related organizations, Independent Travel Consultants, E-Tourism services, Escorting, Guiding and Interpretation and Hospitality are the much sought after areas. Options available in cargo sector includes Air and Shipping cargo, Freight and forwarding, LLP/4PL services, Cross-Docking, Fleet management and Customs and brokerage. Foreign exchange, Airports and airlines, Research and consultancy are the other allied areas where this course is found useful. Dual specialisation would be available to students in the areas of Tourism Marketing, Tour Operation Management, Air Cargo Management and Shipping Cargo Management.

Working executives, entrepreneurs in the field of tourism and cargo management are encouraged to pursue the programme to update their knowledge in contemporary business strategies. Structure a. This is an intensive programme of study of 2 academic sessions. b. The programme shall be divided into four taught semesters and there shall be an examination at the end of each semester. c. First and Second semester comprise of nine courses and Third and Fourth semester shall have six courses excluding project report and study tour report; with three hours per week of class room teaching for each course along with demand for equal amount of self study obligation. Foreign language, Soft skill lab, Live Projects, exercises and assignments are integral part of the pedagogy. d. Admission is being offered only for 60 seats in the programme.

IITTM Nellore inaugurating Wings Horse- Air Cargo Club

Facilities at IITTM
IITTM centres have state-of the art infrastructure that support a learning environment. Classes are equipped with state of the art technology. Given our collection and access to online databases our libraries are considered the best for tourism. Students have campus-wide access to internet. Gwalior, Bhubaneswar and Delhi campuses offer hostel facilities to students at a very affordable price. Hostel rental vary from Rs. 5,500 to Rs. 7.500, for a semester, depending upon the type of accommodation. This excludes the caution money deposit and electricity charges. Mess costs in the range of Rs. 2200 to Rs. 2600 per month.

Fee structure for different programmes*


IITTM has a modest fee regime. The fee is payable at the beginning of each semester. Fees includesFirst Semester Admission fee, tuition fee, students welfare, sports, cultural activities, library and computer, examination fee, insurance cover, caution money deposit (Rs. 5,000), etc. Fees for PGDM (TT) and PGDM (T&L) programmes includes a study tour for them. Second Semester Tuition fee, examination fee Third Semester Re-registration fee, tuition fee, examination fee, library and computer, placement activities, convocation, alumni membership, etc Fourth Semester Tuition fee, examination fee Programme 1 PGDM (Tourism and Travel) 2 PGDM (Tourism and Leisure) 3 PGDM (Services) 4 PGDM (International Business) 5 PGDM (Tourism and Logistics) 6 PGDM (Tourism and Cargo) Notes:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

I Sem fees (Rs.)

II Sem fees (Rs.)

III Sem fees (Rs.)

IV Sem fees (Rs.)

65,0006 65,0006 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000

39,900 39,900 44,100 44,100 44,100 44,100

65,000 65,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000

--------------------49,500 49,500 49,500 49,500

Hostel fee is applicable only to students who are allotted hostel by the institute. Caution money deposit is refundable. Students admitted to PG Programme in International Tourism Business (PGDM-IB) at Gwalior may opt for mentorship by providing for an additional Rs. 1.0 lakhs plus taxes for mentorship to Thomas Cook India Ltd. Students being admitted to IITTM Bhubaneswar may opt for an mentorship by Zenith Holidays Pvt. Ltd. The mentorship fees is Rs. 1.0 lakhs plus taxes The above include fees towards Convocation and Insurance The fee of PGDM (T&T) and PGDM (T&L) programmes includes fees for tours.

Scholarships and Freeship


Students of IITTM can avail of government scholarships offered by various agencies to students from different categories. More than 100 students benefit from these scholarships every academic session. Besides these scholarships, IITTM offers freeship to one boy and one girl from each group for the semester that they score the highest grade (Rules of the institute applicable).
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Fee estimates are indicative and are subject to approval of the relevant authorities.

A number of medals and prizes have also been instituted with generous support from industry.

Faculty members
Manjula Chaudhary, Director Bhubaneswar Sarat Kumar Lenka, Associate Professor Md. Sabir Hussain, Assistant Professor Dinesh Chandra Soni, Assistant Professor Adyasha Das, Assistant Professor Sareeta Pradhan, Assistant Professor Soumendra Nath Biswas, Assistant
Professor

Gwalior Sandeep Kulshrestha, Professor Nimit Chowdhary, Professor Monika Prakash, Associate Professor Saurabh Dixit, Assistant Professor Chandra Shekhar Barua, Assistant
Professor

Ramesh Devrath, Assistant Professor Amit Tiwari, Teaching Associate Dimpy Sonowal, Teaching Associate Divya Pandey, Teaching Associate Namrata George, Teaching Associate Rohini Patir, Teaching Associate Seema Paul, Teaching Associate Nellore Vinodan A., Assistant Professor Meera S., Assistant Professor Sarvanan P., Assistant Professor Sanjeev Reddy, Teaching Associate

Delhi Pawan Gupta, Assistant Professor Rinzing Lama, Assistant Professor Shailja Sharma, Assistant Professor Nanita Tyagi, Assistant Professor Deepa Mittal, Assistant Professor Charu Sheela Yadav, Assistant Professor Ankita Devnath, Teaching Associate Goa S.Babu S., Associate Professor Manjit Singh, Teaching Associate

Contacts
For any queries you may contact programme chairpersons at different centres:

PGDM (TT), Gwalior


Programme Chairperson Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management Govindpuri, Gwalior 474011 (MP) Phone: 0751-2344055, 2437302 Fax: 0751-2344054 Email: iittm@sancharnet.in, sankul7@rediffmail.com

PGDM (TT), Bhubaneswar


Programme Chairperson Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management Dumuduma, Bhubaneswar 751019 Odisha Phone: 0674-2472014, 2472016 Fax: 0674-2472013 Email: iittmb@gmail.com, soumendranathb@yahoo.co.in

PGDM (TL), Delhi


Programme Chairperson Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management IV Floor, Institute of Hotel Management Campus, Library Avenue, Pusa New Delhi 110012 Telefax: 011-25843155 Email: drpawan.gupta@yahoo.com, charupg.iittm@gmail.com

PGDM (IB), Gwalior


Programme Chairperson Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management Govindpuri, Gwalior 474011 (MP) Phone: 0751-2345823, 2437303 Fax: 0751-2344054 Email: iittm@sancharnet.in adilmq@gmail.com,

PGDM (Services), Gwalior


Programme Chairperson Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management Govindpuri, Gwalior 474011 (MP) Phone: 0751-2437300/321 2437308 Fax: 0751-2344054 Email: iittm@sancharnet.in, dr.monikaprak@gmail.com

PGDM (IB), Bhubaneswar


Programme Chairperson Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management Dumuduma, Bhubaneswar 751019 Odisha Phone: 0674-2472014, 2472016 Fax: 0674-2472013 Email: iittmb@gmail.com, msh1yours@gmail.com.

PGDM (TC), Nellore


Programme Chairperson Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management Parthasarathi Nagar NC Factory BO, Muthukur Road Nellore 524004- (Andhra Pradesh) Phone: 0861 2353199 Fax: 0861 2353299 Email: iittmnlr@gmail.com, vinodan_tt@yahoo.co.in

Seats available in different programmes


Study Center
Gwalior Bhubaneswar Delhi Gwalior Gwalior Bhubaneswar Nellore

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Name of programme PGDM (Tourism and Travel) PGDM (Tourism and Travel) PGDM (Tourism and Leisure) PGDM (Services) PGDM (International Business) PGDM (International Business) PGDM (Tourism and Cargo)

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47 47 47 47 47 47 30

25 25 25 25 25 25 16

14 14 14 14 14 14 09

07 07 07 07 07 07 05

Meeting of Board of Governors of IITTM, March 2011

Eligibility for programmes


Candidates seeking admission to the PGDM programme shall be required to possess a bachelors degree (10+2+3 pattern) in any discipline of a University or equivalent thereto with at least 50 % marks (45% for SC/ST/ PH). Reservation for SC, ST, OBC (Non-creamy layer) and physically challenged candidates will be applicable as per Govt. of India rules. Physically challenged candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Candidates appearing for the final examination of graduation are also eligible to IITTM Alumni develops Solar cycle apply, provided they complete it with requisite grade/ percentage of marks by October 31, 2013. In case the candidate fails to establish eligibility by this date, the admission would be cancelled and fees will be forfeited.

Admission process and counselling


The admission to IITTM is a four-step procedure: a. b. c. d. Applying Screening for admission Counselling and offer of admission Admission

A. Applying Candidates desirous discourses of seeking admission to IITTM must apply online at institutes website: www.iittm.org. Candidates must take out a print of the application form get it attested from a gazetted officer and send it to: Chairman (Admissions) Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management Govindpuri Gwalior 474011 M.P. (India) 1. Apply online to IITTM latest by March 29, 2013 with admission fees of Rs. 1000/(500/- in case of SC/ ST/ PH) through a demand draft payable to Director-IITTM, payable at Gwalior 2. Candidates must also upload a photograph. 3. They must also indicate the choice of the programme (out of the 7 programmes offered at the four centres of IITTM) by March 29, 2013. 4. They must pay the application fees online. 5. System will generate an application form-cum-admit card carrying all the details filled by the candidates including the preference for the different courses. 6. Candidates must take a printout of the same and get it attested by a gazetted officer; attach photocopies of relevant documents and keep it ready.

B. Screening for admission Admission to the programme shall be through an admission process of 100 points. A weight of 70% shall be for the performance in Admission Tests considered for the purpose by IITTM. IITTM considers MAT/CAT/CMAT/XAT/ATMA for admission to its programmes. Another 15% points each are for Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI) respectively. A candidate to be eligible to be considered for admission must participate in all components of the admission process, i.e., one of the Admission tests, GD and PI. Merit for admission to the programme shall be determined by the institute. 1. Eligible candidates must write any one of the national level exams: a. Valid MAT score (September 2012, December 2012 and February 2013) b. Valid CAT score (2012) c. CMAT 2013-14 (October 2012 and February 2013) d. XAT 2013 e. ATMA 2. They must mention their score on the application. In case a student has appeared for more than one exam, the best of the scores will be considered. 3. Institute will notify the date and time for GD/PI. 4. Candidates must come with all original documents for verification before being allowed for the GD and PI. 5. Short-listed students will have to appear for GD and PI at any one of the IITTM centres: i. IITTM, Bhubaneswar & Nellore ii. IITTM, New Delhi iii. IITTM, Gwalior April 15-16, 2013 April 18-20, 2013 April 22-24, 2013

C. Counselling and offer of admission The institute will declare results of the screening for admission on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. 1. The result will also indicate the programme allotted as per merit of the candidates and the choice exercised by them. This will be the first counselling. 2. Allotment of seats along with the waiting list will be displayed separately for each of the programmes. 3. At this stage the candidates may report to the reporting centre with non-refundable processing fees through a demand draft of Rs. 10,000/- in favour of Director- IITTM, payable at Gwalior. Fees will be payable only if the candidate seeks admission at this stage. 4. The reporting centres are as follows:
1 Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management Govindpuri, Gwalior 474011 (MP) Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management IV Floor, Institute of Hotel Management Campus, Library Avenue, Pusa 2 Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management Dumuduma, Bhubaneswar 751019 Odisha Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management Parthasarathi Nagar NC Factory BO, Muthukur Road Nellore 524004- (Andhra Pradesh)

New Delhi 110012 5 National Institute of Water sports Sundial Apartment, A.S. Road, Altinho, Panjim, Goa 403 001

5. At this stage a candidate will have two choices on payment of processing fees: a. Confirm the seat allotted b. Take admission on seat allotted and keep the option of up-gradation. This means the admission on the allotted seat is confirmed but the candidate will be automatically upgraded in case of availability of seats. c. Candidates in the waiting list who do not exercise the above option will be considered for the second counselling for higher preferences only but will not have any right to seat allotted during the first counselling. 6. The seats reserved for various which remain unfilled after all the candidates of reserved category are exhausted will be de-reserved and will be allotted to unreserved candidates. 7. Based on candidates reporting during the first counselling allotment for the unfilled seats will be made public on Tuesday, May 14, 2013. 8. At this time students can exercise same two options as in case of first counselling. Those who have used the second option (5b) and are still not allotted seats of their higher choice must report and confirm if they are satisfied with the existing allotment or would again go for up-gradation. Failing this they would be considered confirmed on the allotment during the first counselling. 9. Third counselling will be spot counselling at IITTM Gwalior for seats remaining vacant after the second counselling. This counselling would be on Saturday, June 01, 2013. D. Admission Candidates offered admission must deposit the fees by Friday, June 28, 2013 failing which the seat would be considered vacant. 1. Admission on vacant seats will be offered to other candidates during last counselling on Friday, July 05, 2013. 2. Those candidates who have reported and have been allotted a course and who do not deposit the balance fees will be considered as abstaining wilfully and the seat will be allotted to others. Such candidates will forefeet their processing fees. 3. IITTM will not be responsible for any delay in postal services. 4. Processing fees of Rs. 10,000 will be accommodated in the total fees for those who deposit their fees on or before June 28, 2013. 5. Candidates, who have deposited their entire due fees and want to leave the course, will be allowed to do so by July 10, 2013 the date of commencement of teaching. In such cases they will have to forego their processing fees and a deduction of Rs. 1,500 will be made as per AICTE norms. 6. No fees are refundable after July 10, 2013.

Important note
1. Institute shall not be responsible for any postal/courier delays in correspondence related to admission process. 2. Candidates, who are admitted to the programme during the counselling session and are unable to get admission to the programme of their first choice, shall be placed on waiting list for that programme. Movements through waiting lists are strictly on the basis of merit. 3. Once a candidate has taken admission in one of the programmes of IITTM at any of the centres and his/her name is forwarded to AICTE, his/ her admission shall not be transferred to any other programme of the institute. 4. Admission to hostel is on merit and availability. 5. A candidate/guardian must declare ailment and medical history, if any, at the time of admission. 6. Students on taking admission shall be deemed to have agreed to abide by the rules and regulations of the institute. 7. All matters are to be settled subject to jurisdiction of Madhya Pradesh High CourtGwalior Bench.

Reservation of rights
This bulletin is applicable for admission to Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Services), Post Graduate Diploma in Management (International Business) (at Gwalior), Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Tourism and Travel), Post Graduate Diploma in Management (International Business) (at Bhubaneswar), Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Tourism and Cargo) and Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Tourism and Leisure) programmes for the academic session 2013-15. However, Director IITTM reserves the right to make changes in requirements and regulations for admission, regulation for continuing the courses, contents of the courses, fee charges, or regulations affecting students, or making any other suitable modifications in any matter incidental or ancillary thereto, should these be deemed necessary in interest of the student, profession, or the institute. All matters of dispute, regarding the above if any, will be subject to the legal jurisdiction of Gwalior only.

Dr. Manjula Chaudhary Director

Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management is the oldest, largest and perhaps the best tourism school in South Asia. IITTM has a pan India presence with centres at Bhubaneswar (East), Nellore (South), Goa (West), Delhi (North) and Gwalior (Central India).