Bachelor of Commerce in Tourism and Travel Management


Tourism is one of the major industries in India, as well as many countries around the world. It is responsible for generating a lot of revenue for a country. Many people desire to take up tourism as their profession because of the benefits provided by it. But for practising it, you need to have appropriate knowledge or degree about it. Bachelor of Commerce in Tourism and Travel management is one of the relevant and most popular degrees in the discipline. It is a 3-year long undergraduate course. The course is designed to teach tourism and travel-related necessary topics to the students. The topics contain navigational skills, tourism's effect on the world economy, professionalism towards tourists, etc.

The annual average fee charged by institutes for this course ranges between ₹5,000 - ₹2,00,000. A degree holder of this degree gets access to a lot of job opportunities which includes profiles like Travel Agents, Travel Content Writers, Tour Manager, etc. They can expect an annual average pay ranging between ₹2,00,000 - ₹5,00,000.


B.Com in Tourism and Travel Management can be pursued only after completion of 10+2 level. Along with this, there are few more conditions to be fulfilled by the applicant applying in any institute. However, the requirements criteria may differ from institute to institute. Given below are requirements asked in most of the institutes. 

  • Applicants must have completed 12th class in any stream from a recognised board or institute. 
  • Applicants applying from general quota require to secure at least 50% in aggregate in 12th class while the minimum score for reserved categories like SC/ST/OBC is 45% in aggregate. 
  • Applicants must have excellent and polite communication skills. 


B.Com in Tourism and Travel Management is a 3-year long undergraduate course. The study is divided into six semesters, and each semester contains 4 - 8 subjects. Subjects include a language, English, Mathematics, Indian Financial System and such essential topics. The entire curriculum is tabulated below.



Semester I

  • Language
  • English
  • Financial Accounting
  • Marketing Services Management
  • Indian Financial System
  • Tourism Business
  • Practical
  • Indian  Constitution and Human Rights

Semester II

  • Language
  • English
  • Advanced Finance Accounting
  • Retail Management
  • Tourism Product
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Environmental Public Health
  • Practical

Semester III

  • Language
  • English
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Financial Management
  • Tour Operator Organisations
  • Quantitative Techniques for Business II
  • Public Relations
  • Skill Development Course
  • Practical

Semester IV

  • Language
  • Corporate Communication
  • Advanced Corporate Accounting
  • Cost Accounting
  • E-Business & Accounting
  • Tourism Marketing Personal Selling
  • Skill Development Course

Semester V

  • International Business
  • Income Tax – I
  • Cost Management
  • Practical

Semester VI

  • Business Regulations
  • Tourism Development Planning Policies
  • Management Accounting
  • Project Report
  • Practical


Most colleges offer the course of B.Com in Tourism and Travel Management, but only few can prove themselves as the best ones through their facilities. Here are a few famous institutes in India who have been serving the students with the best faculty and other necessary amenities.



Average Annual Fee

Bhopal School of Social Sciences

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh


Career College

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh


CET College of Management Science and Technology

Ernakulum, Kerala


CHMM College for Advanced Studies

Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala


Christ University

Bangalore, Karnataka


DAV Centenary College

Faridabad, Haryana


University of Kalyani

Nadia, West Bengal


University of Kerala

Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala


St. Joseph’s College of Commerce

Bangalore, Karnataka


Savitribai Phule Pune University

Pune, Maharashtra


Future Prospects

B. Com in Tourism and Travel Management brings a lot of job opportunities for its degree holders. They can get positions like Travel Executive, Travel Content Writer in a travel-related company. Some of the famous and high yielding job profiles are as follows.

Job Profile


Annual Average Salary

Travel Executive

Travel Executive is responsible for managing transportation, hotel accommodation, navigational help to the travellers, etc. They have good knowledge of what flight to book in and scheduling every activity.


Tourism Trainer

Tourism Trainers are hired by tour and travel companies to train the recruits for various purposes. They teach them to be polite and patient with the clients throughout the trip.


Travel Content Writer

A Travel Content Writer writes about various places for travel-oriented companies. They describe the importance and beauty of multiple locations asked by the organisation. Their writings may include on sites like adventure, relaxing, couple friendly, etc.


Travel Sales Consultant

Travel Sales Consultant popularly known as Travel Agent recommend various trip plans and itinerary to the clients along with the total cost of the trip. They may also customise the tour according to the client's demand.


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