Christ University Bangalore

M Phil in Tourism

M Phil in Tourism

1 Year | Full Time | Post Graduation

60,000/-


Per Year

Admission Dates

Admission 2020 Admission Start Date Admission End Date
June August

Eligible Exams

Eligible Exam Application Process Exam Date
Admission 2019 Admission Start Date Admission End Date
Eligibility Criteria

Basic eligibility for the programme is a pass at the Postgraduate level examination with an aggregate of 55% marks or equivalent grade in Tourism or relative discipline from any recognised University in India or abroad recognised by UGC / AIU are eligible to apply. (Applicants who are in the final year of their studies should have secured 55% or above aggregate in all the Semesters / Years of Undergraduate Examinations conducted so far. Students writing their final degree examinations are also e

Admission Guidelines

Admission procedure includes entrance test and personal interview. Entrance test is a written test in Analytical skills and subject specific knowledge. and assessment of past performance in class 10, class 12 undergraduate degree, postgraduate degree level and the research proposal during the Personal Interview. The selected candidates must process admission at Office of Admissions, Christ University Main Campus, as per the stipulated date and time mentioned in offer of admission card / by O

Course Details

Master of Philosophy (M. Phil) in Tourism is a full time research programme of one year duration in which scholars are trained to present their research findings. In preparation, they will complete prescribed courses aimed at giving them a through understanding of the subjects. The programme consist of 2 Research papers and 2 Elective Papers. The electives offered by the department are subject to departmental guidelines( coruse pre-requisites, faculty and student availability). The candidate will decide on the electives, in consultation with the faculty member who has agreed to guide them. Each elective course there will be about 16 colloquium session during the semester of about two and a half hours each, where the various topics will be presented by candidates and discussed under faculty supervision. Candidates will come prepared with the reading material listed for the session and indicated at the start of the semester. The candidates will indicate the area of general interest to them at the time of application, and finalise the specific area of research by the end of 1 smester, in cunsultation with the faculty member who has agreed to guide them. Tha candidate will have to defend the proposal, in an open forum, before proceeding with the research. The quality of the research will be graded as per Christ University norms for the M.Phil programme.

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