UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. Coaching in Gurgaon

The National Eligibility Test (NET) is conducted on behalf of University Grants Commission (UGC) for determining the eligibility of Indian nationals for the Eligibility of Assistant Professorship, Junior Research Fellowship or both, for Indian Universities and Colleges.

The NET exam was introduced in the year of 1989. Widely regarded as one of the hardest exams to clear the winning percentage of the exam is just 6 percent. From December 2018 NTA took charge of conducting the exam.  The exams are conducted twice annually.

Eligibility for UGC NET in Tourism Administration and Management.: Post-Graduation in Tourism Administration and Management., Finance, Economics, Business Services, Accountancy, or any other related subjects.

Your percentage in PG should be more than 55% for the General category & 50% for ST/SC/OBC/PWD/Transgenders.

Scope of UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management.:

There are candidates who wish to make a career in the field of teaching in Tourism Administration and Management. along with some research and paid fellowship. Qualifying UGC NET in Tourism Administration and Management. helps candidates to take advanced studies under qualified guides and may also lead to taking MPhil and Ph.D. The fellowship amount for initial 2 years is Aprx Rs. 30,000 per month.

Assistant Professor:

A majority of UGC NET qualified candidates in Tourism Administration and Management.  opt for the position of assistant professor in colleges and Universities. In some of the institution having a valid UGC NET Score is mandatory to apply for the post of Tourism Administration and Management. Faculty.

Junior Research Fellowship:

There are candidates who wish to make a career in the field of research in Tourism Administration and Management. along with some paid fellowship. Qualifying UGC NET in Tourism Administration and Management. helps candidates to take advanced studies under qualified guides and may also lead to taking MPhil and Ph.D. The fellowship amount for initial 2 years is aprx Rs. 30,000 per month.

Senior Research Fellowship:

After completing the initial tenure of two years as a junior research fellowship, candidate’s work in the tenure will be assessed and if found satisfactory, there will be an extension of tenure for next three years. Along with the extension of tenure, the candidate will also get raise in the fellowship.

Jobs in PSU:

In the past few years, there is an evaluation in the Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) and the authorities have started considering UGC NET Result for recruiting candidates on various posts. 

Be a Guide or Support:

Considering the fact that thousands of candidates apply for the UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. examination but is not aware of all the aspects of the examinations they miss out on a great opportunity. To assist such candidates, thousands of online and offline assistance options are available, which looks for  qualified candidates to help aspirants with their knowledge and experience.

How to Prepare for UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management.:

If you are having a Masters’ degree in Tourism Administration and Management. or related subjects with at least 55 percent marks in last qualifying examination and wish to make a career in teaching or research ASTRAL EDUCATION  is your chance to fulfill your dreams. 

If you are a UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. aspirant and preparing for upcoming NTA UGC NET Exam, you should be happy, because you are at the right page. We are ASTRAL EDUCATION (India’s No. 1 & Most Awarded NTA UGC NET Coaching Institute)Our Director Mr. Rakesh Mehta (UGC NET Guroo of around 5 Lakh Aspirants) is awarded by Hon’ble Vice President of India Shri M. Vankaiah Naidu Ji. He has also won various other awards of National & International repute. Under his guidance we as an institute have also won multiple awards for our UGC NET Coaching excellence. 

About Astral Education

ASTRAL EDUCATION™ was established in 2003 to provide coaching for UGC NET / JRF Exam with a vision to provide excellent mentor ship program to UGC NET aspirants by using the vast experience of the subject matter experts.

The institute truly believes in making the coaching: Affordable, Appealing & Appropriate for clearing the exam.

At present we are delivering highest results in Tourism Administration and Management.. We promise quality education, we deliver best results that’s why we are the most trusted UGC NET JRF Coaching Institute in India.

Till date more than 18,000 students have taken benefit from the mentor ship of Astral Education. We have our Classroom Coaching in Gurgaon.

Founder of  Astral Education

Rakesh Mehta is Founder Director of ASTRAL EDUCATION ® India’s No. 1 and Most Awarded UGC NET Coaching​ Institute. He is a Vice President Awardee as Champions of Change in Education by Current Vice President​ of India Shri M. Vankaiah Naidu Ji for his unmatched contribution in Education. He has also won many other awards of National & International Repute.

He is a mentor and inspiration for Lakhs of UGC NET Aspirants through out India and brought the coaching in everyone’s pocket and reach.

UGC NET Exam Pattern 2021 

UGC NET is an online exam conducted as a Computer-Based Test (CBT). The Tourism Administration and Management. exam contains two papers that candidates need to complete in a duration of three hours. Both paper-I and -II (Tourism Administration and Management.) contain objective-type questions and it is mandatory for candidates to attempt questions from both the papers. 

UGC NET PaperNumber of QuestionsTotal Marks
I50 100
II100 200
Total150 300

UGC NET Syllabus 2021 for Paper-1

Regarding paper-I of the exam, the official website of NTA informs, “The questions will be generic in nature, intending to assess the teaching/research aptitude of the candidate. It will primarily be designed to test reasoning ability, comprehension, divergent thinking and general awareness of the candidate.”

UGC NET Paper-1 Syllabus 2021

Below, we have mentioned the syllabus of  UGC NET Paper-1

Unit 1: Teaching Aptitude​

Unit 2: Research Aptitude​

Unit 3: Comprehension​

Unit 4: Communication​

Unit 5: Mathematical Reasoning and Aptitude​

Unit 6: Logical Reasoning​

Unit 7: Data Interpretation​

Unit 8: Information and Communication Technology (ICT)​

Unit 9: People, Development and Environment​

Unit 10: Higher Education System​

UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. Syllabus 2021 for Paper 2 

Below, we have mentioned the syllabus of  UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. Paper 2

Unit – I

Tourist / Visitor / Traveller / Excursionist – definition and differentiation. Tourism recreation and leisure inter-relationship (s). Tourism components, Elements and infrastructure. Types and typologies of Tourism.

Emerging concepts: Eco / rural / agri. / farai / green / wilderness / country side / special interest tourism.

Tourism Trends: Growth and development over the years and factors responsible therein. Changing market-destination patterns, Traffic flows / receipt trends. Travel motivator and deterrents. Pull and Push forces in tourism.

Linkages and channels of distribution in Tourism:

Tourism Organisation / Institutions: Origin, Organisation and functions of WTO, PATA, IATA, ICAO, FHRAI, TAAI, IATO and UFTAA.

Unit – II

Concept of resource, Attraction and product in tourism. Tourism products: typology and unique features.

Natural Tourism Resources in India: Existing use patterns vis – a – vis potential with relation to varied landforms (mountains, deserts, beaches, coastal areas and Islands), Water bodies and biotic wealth (flora – fauna).

Popular tourist destination for land based (soft / hard trekking, ice skiing, mountaineering, desert safaris, car rallies, etc.), water based (rafting, kayaking, canoeing, surfing, water skiing, scuba / snuba diving) and air based (para – sailing, para – gliding, ballooning, hand – gliding and microlighting, etc ) tourist activities. Wildlife – Tourism and conservation related issues – Occurrence and distribution of popular wildlife species in India. Tourism in National parks, Wildlife sanctuaries and biosphere reserves (case of Dachigham Corbett / Dudhwa / Kaziranga / Kanha / Gir / Ranthambor / Mudumalai / Sunderbans / Shivpuri / Manas / Nanda Devi / Valley of flowers reserves). Tourism and nature conservation-Conflicts, Symbiosis and Synergy.

Cultural Tourism Resources in India: Indian Culture and society. Indian History – Ancient, Medieval and Modern.

Traditions, Customs and costumes: Life style and settlement patterns. Food habits and cuisine. Music, Musical instruments and Dance forms; Drawing and painting; Craftsmanship.

Religion / religious observances and important pilgrim destinations.

Architectural Heritage-Forts / palaces / other architectural marvels – Location and unique features.

Unit – III

Accommodation: Concept, Types and Typologies, Linkages and Significance with relation to tourism.

Emerging dimensions of accommodation industry – Heritage hotels, Motels and resort properties. Time share establishments.

Hotel and Hoteliering: Origin, Growth and diversification. Classification, registration and gradation of hotels. Organisational structure, Functions and responsibilities of the various departments of a standard hotel / other catering outlets, viz., bars, restaurants, fast food centres. In flight catering.

Leading multinational hotel chains operating in India. Public sector in hoteliering business – Role, Contribution and Performance.

HRD perspective with special reference to India-Requirements, Training facilities, Constraints and Scope.

Fiscal and non-fiscal incentive available to hotel industry in India. Ethical, Legal and regulatory aspects.

Unit – IV

Transportation: Dynamically Changing needs and means.

Landmarks in the development of transport sector and the consequent socio – economic, Cultural and environmental implications. Tourism transport system.

Airlines Transportation: The Airlines Industry-Origin and Growth. Organisation of Air Transport Industry in International context. Scheduled and non – scheduled Airlines services; Air taxis. Multinational Air Transport Regulations-Nature, Significance and Limitations. Role of LATA, ICAO and other agencies. Bermuda Convention.

Air Transport Industry in India – DGCA and other key players; Regulatory Framework; Air Corporation Act, Indian carriers-Operations, management and performance. Marketing strategies of Air India.

Significance of Road Transport in Tourism : Growth and Development of road transport system in India;  State of existing infrastructure; Public and Private Sector involvement; Role of Regional Transport Authority. Approved Travel Agencies, Tour / Transport Operators, Car hire / Rental companies.

State and inter – state bus and coach network, Insurance provision road taxes and fitness certificate.

Rail Transport Network – Major Railway Systems of World – British Rail, Euro Rail and Amtrak.

Types of special package offered by Indian Railways to tourists – Indrail pass, Palace on Wheels and Royal Orient.

Reservation procedures. GSAs abroad.

Water Transport System in India – Historical past, Cruise ships, Ferries, Hovercraft, River and canal boats, Fly cruise. Future prospects.

Unit – V

Travel Agency and Tour Operations Business: Origin, Growth and development; Definition, Differentiation and linkages; Organisation and functions-Travel information counselling, Itinerary preparation, Reservation, Tour costing / pricing. Marketing of tour packages. Income sources.

Airlines Ticketing: Operational perspectives of ticketing – ABC codes, Flight schedules, Flying time and MPM / TPM calculation, TIM (Travel Information Mannual) consultation. Routine and itinerary preparation, Types of fare, Fare calculation and rounding – up. Currency conversion and payment modes, Issuance of ticket.

Cargo Handling: Baggage allowance, Free access baggage. Weight and piece concept. Accountability of lost baggage, Dangerous goods; Cargo rates and valuation charges, Automation and airport procedures.

Requirements for setting – up travel agency and tour operations business, Approval from organisation and institutions concerned. Incentives available in Indian context. Constraints and limitations.

Unit – VI

Marketing: Core concepts in marketing; Needs, Wants, Demands, Products, markets. Marketing management philosophies-Production, Product, Selling, Marketing and societal perspectives. Economic importance of marketing.

Tourism marketing: Service characteristics of tourism. Unique features of tourist demand and tourism product / Tourism marketing mix.

Analysis and selection of market: Measuring and forecasting tourism demand; Forecasting methods, Managing capacity and demand. Market segmentation and positioning.

Developing marketing environment, Consumer buying behaviour. Competitive differentiation and competitive marketing strategies, New product development, product life cycle, Customer satisfaction and related strategies in internal and external marketing; Interactive and relationship marketing.

Planning Marketing Programs: Product and product strategies; Product line, Product mix, Branding and packaging. Pricing; considerations, Approaches and strategies. Distribution channels and strategies.

Marketing of Tourism Services: Marketing of Airlines, Hotel, Resort, Travel Agencies and other tourism related services – Challenges and strategies.

Marketing Skills for Tourism: Creativity – Communication – Self – motivation – Team Building – Personality Development.

Unit – VII

Tourism Planning: Origin, Concept and approaches. Levels and types of tourism planning-Sectoral, Spatial, Integrated, Complex, Centralized and Decentralized. Product life cycle theories and their applicability in tourism planning, Urban and rural tourism planning.

Tourism planning and policy perspectives; planning at national, state and regional levels. India’s tourism policies.

Tourism Planning Process: Objective setting, Background analysis, Detailed research and analysis, Synthesis, Goal setting and Plan formulation, Evaluation of tourism project-Project feasibility study; Plan implementation, Development and monitoring. Tourism master plan.

Tourism impacts and need for sustainable tourism planning: Socio – cultural, Economic and physical, Tourism carrying capacity and environmental impact analysis ( EIA ).

Business ethics and laws – their relevance and applicability in Travel and Tourism industry.

Law and legislation relating to tourist entry, Stay, Departure, Passport, Visa and Health.

Tourist safety and security, Preservation and conservation of heritage environment, Archaeological sites and wildlife.

Unit – VIII

The nature of field techniques; Field techniques and tourism and hotel business; Importance; and Limitations.

Research: Meaning; Types; Trends; and challenges with special reference to tourism and hotel business. Guiding principles in selection of research problem.

Research Methodology: Meaning; Procedural Guidelines; and Research design.

Field Procedure for Data Collection and Analysis Techniques: Nature, sources of data, Techniques of data collection.

Frequency Distribution: Meanings; Problems and considerations in construction numerical frequency distributions.

Measures of Central tendency and variation.

Correlation and regressions analysis.

Probability and Probability Distributions

Probability: Meaning; Definition; and sample points and sample space, Events; Conditional probability; Bayes theorem and probability on large sample space.

Probability Distributions: The binomial model; The poisson model; and Normal distribution.

Sampling and Statistical Testing:

Sampling and Sample Designs: Sampling and reasons for sampling; Theoretical basis of sampling; Basic concepts of sampling and types of sampling (Random and Non-random sampling). Central Limit theorem.

Statistical Testing: Formulation and general procedure of testing of hypothesis, One – tail test and Two – tail test.

Parametric and Non-Parametric Testing:

Testing the Hypothesis: Comparison of two population means; Comparison of two population proportions; and Comparison of two population means and standard deviations.

F – test, Student’s distribution and Chi – square test.

Unit – IX

Management: Concept, Nature, Process and functions. Management levels, Managerial skills and roles. The external environment, Social responsibilities and ethics.

Planning: Nature, Purpose, Types ‘and process. Management by objectives strategies and policies. Decision – making, Process, Tools and techniques. Decision – making models.

Organising: Concept of organising and organisation. Line and staff, Authority and responsibility, Span of control, Delegation, Decentralization, Conflict and coordination, Organisational structure and design, Management of change. Innovation and organisation development.

Directing: Communication-Process, Types, Barriers and principles of effective communication. Motivation – Theories and practices, Leadership – Concept, theories and styles.

Controlling: Process, Methods and techniques. Managing international business.

Information Systems: Automation of Manual System, Data Processing stages. Evolution from EDP to MIS.

MIS: Introduction, Definition, Status, Framework of understanding and designing MIS.

Computer Networking: Application of CRS (Computerized Reservation Systems) in travel trade and hospitality sector.

Unit – X

Financial Management and Planning:

Finance: Meaning; Goals; Functions; Importance; and typologies of Finance – Role of financial management, Organisation goals; Environment; Forecasting and financial planning. Break – even analysis.

Management of Current Assets:

Working Capital Management : Meaning and characteristics of working capital; Financing current assets. Cash management, Receivables management and inventory management.

Management of Fixed Assets; Importance of Capital Budgeting. Analytical Techniques – Non – discounted, Discounted Techniques.

Financial Structures and Management of Earnings:

Meaning, Difference between financial and capital structures. Determinants of Financial Structure.

Financial leverage and effects of Financial Leverage on Net Income and Shareholders wealth. Financial leverage and financial planning. Break-even analysis for financial leverage. Dividend Policy, Significance of dividend policy and different types of dividend policies.

TFCI: Tourism Finance Corporation of India (TFCI) – Aims, Objectives, Organisation and Functions.

Accounting: Preparation of Business Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Cash flow statement and Fund flow statement. Hotel Accounting.

Tourism Administration and Management: Hospitality Management is the study of the hospitality industry. A degree in the subject may be awarded either by a university college dedicated to the studies of hospitality management or a business school with a relevant department. Degrees in hospitality management may also be referred to as hotel management, hotel and tourism management, or hotel administration. Degrees conferred in this academic field include BA, Bachelor of Business Administration, BS, MS, MBA, and PhD. Hospitality management covers hotels, restaurants, cruise ships, amusement parks, destination marketing organizations, convention centers, and country clubs.

for aspirants like you who are serious and dedicated for their UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. Preparation, ASTRAL EDUCATION has various courses to help you:

 Classroom Coaching for UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. (Gurgaon Campus)

Astral Education is no. 1 UGC NET Coaching Institute in India.

We offer face to Face classes for UGC NET TOURISM ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT. (Paper-1,2)  in Gurgaon with the mentorship of multiple time NET/JRF qualified faculties.   

We are delivering highest results in Tourism Administration and Management..

Dedicated mentors for every student to solve their doubts

Along with classes, students will get complete Printed Study Material, Mobile App and Online Test Series.

We have Students in our classroom from different part of Gurgaon like  Sohna Road, Sector-14, Sector-46, Sikandarpur, DLF City Phase-1, Arjun Nagar, Sector-47, Kanhai, Jyoti Park and many other localities of Gurgaon. 

Live Online Classes for UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management.

At ASTRAL EDUCATION, we have a unique option to attend the LIVE Tourism Administration and Management. Class from your Home/ Office telecasted directly from our Gurgaon campus.

We have live interactive classes for UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. with dedicated mentors to solve their doubts.

Morning/ Evening batches are available to provide UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. classes for homemakers as well as Working professionals.

Along with Live Classes in Tourism Administration and Management., students will get complete Printed Study Material, Mobile App and Online Test Series.

Along with students from Delhi NCR we have students from different parts of India like, Mumbai, Pune, Gwalior, Kolkatta, Banglore, Chandigarh, Varanasi, Chenaai and many more. 

UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. Video Classes

Our highest selling course is  Video Coaching. We have recorded classes by the same NET/JRF qualified mentors who are taking classes in our classroom coaching in Gurgaon. It gives freedom to attend class anytime anywhere with unlimited views. 

UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. Video Course is accessible 24*7 to our students. 

This course is highly demanded by those students who have other commitments and are not able to attend Face to Face Coaching or Live Coaching. 

Along with Recorded Classes, students will get complete Printed Study Material, Mobile App and Online Test Series for UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management..

UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. Printed Study Material

We offer Correspondence Courses for Tourism Administration and Management. and send the Study Material directly to your Home via Courier / Indian Speed Post so you can study for your exam from your home itself.

Study Material course is useful for those students who are having a habit of reading and not comfortable with Phone/ Laptop. 

Study material is a set of printed booklets including Unit wise theories, unit wise MCQs and Previous Year Papers with Explanations.

Content curated by Team of Experts

UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. Printed Question Bank Course 

Those students, who are already gone through with the content of exam or have already given multiple attempts but could not clear it, can order our Tourism Administration and Management. Question Bank course. In this course you get thousand of questions for practice.

Tourism Administration and Management. Question Bank will include Multiple Booklets with thousands of questions having  Practice Exercises, Previous Year Papers, Model Papers, Practice Sets etc.

UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. M-Book PDFs 

Mobile Book PDFs in a Mobile App popularly known as MBP or M-Books is a very popular course among Tourism Administration and Management. UGC NET Aspirants, because in this you get complete study material for Tourism Administration and Management. as Viewable PDFs in Mobile Friendly Format.

This course is useful for those students who need all content handy.

Benefits of M Books:

Multiple PDFs in proper folder structure for better preparation & Ease of carrying

Instant Activation

Get access on your Mobile (Android / iOS)

Study Anytime Anywhere 24 x 7

Your Books always in your pocket be it Office or Home or while Travelling

Validity Option of 1 exam or 2 exams to be chosen

UGC NET Tourism Administration and Management. NTA Replica Online Test Series (OTS)

ASTRAL EDUCATION is India’s First & only Institute which provides its students with access to exact replica of NTA UGC NET Exam portal for practicing tests, so students are already well versed with the UI (User Interface) of the exam. Once they appear in the exam they are very confident and get much better results. You will be provided with Login Link, Login ID & Password to attempt the tests. All tests can be attempted maximum 3 Times.

It reduces student’s exam phobia and help them to manage their time in examination hall.