B.Com with Aviation and Hospitality Management

B.Com with Aviation &Hospitality Management.


The aviation industry offers 56.6 million jobs globally. The Indian aviation industry is estimated to become the third largest aviation market in the world by 2020.The airport is one of the most vital elements of the air transportation system. The aviation industry is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of over 25%. Also, the hospitality industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the country. This sector is expected to be the second largest employer in the world by 2019. No other industry offers career benefits and payment packages as lucrative as these industries. The hospitality sector has been gaining significant importance as far as contribution to the economy is concerned. In fact, every ninth job within the world is created by the tourism industry. Professionals in hotels and hospitality are in demand in all parts of the world.


The aim of this course is to provide “a cut above the rest” man-power to the ever growing demands of the aviation and hotel industry. This program is an industry-accepted, career-oriented, that prepare you for national and international careers in the aviation & hospitality world. The student will get in-depth knowledge of the principles and operational procedures in the aviation and hospitality industry through right technical training, and also polish their personality & learn to manage customer enquiries effectively, As the opportunity and growth are mentioned below:

  • Indian aviation is experiencing dramatic growth across the board, from the emergence of LCC/new carriers to a growing middle class ready to travel by air as well as growth in business and leisure travel.
  • Large scale collaborations/M&A deals .
  • India plans to increase the number of operational airports to 250 by the year 2030.
  • The launch of several branding and marketing initiatives by the Government of India such as Incredible India! and Athiti Devo Bhava provides a focused impetus to growth.


A candidate admitted to any degrees offered by Mangalore University is eligible for admission to a Certificate pro gramme. One who fails to pass the Certificate examination shall not be eligible for admission to Diploma Programme and likewise one who fails to pass the Diploma examination shall not be eligible for admission to Advanced Diploma.


I year (leading to Certificate)

PaperInstruction (Hours)Duration of examination (Hours)Marks for Final ExamMarks for Internal ExamTotal Marks
AHM Paper I 3310050150
Pract. I/ Project3310050150

II year (leading to Diploma)

PaperInstruction (Hours)Duration of examination (Hours)Marks for Final ExamMarks for Internal ExamTotal Marks
AHM Paper II 3310050150
Pract. II/ Project3310050150

III year (leading to Advanced Diploma)

PaperInstruction (Hours)Duration of examination (Hours)Marks for Final ExamMarks for Internal ExamTotal Marks
AHM Paper III 3310050150
Pract. III3310050150
Project3Viva Voce100100

AHM (Certificate) – I PAPER

  • CH. 1: Principles of Aviation
  • CH. 2: Airport Operations
  • CH. 3: Hospitality
  • CH. 4: Accommodation Operations

AHM (Diploma) – I PAPER

  • CH. 1: Aviation Geography
  • CH. 2: Airport Customer Service
  • CH. 3: Catering Science & Hygiene
  • CH. 4: Hospitality Marketing

AHM (Advanced Diploma) – I PAPER

  • CH. 1: In Flight Safety and Security
  • CH. 2: DGR (Dangerous Goods) & Screening
  • CH. 3: Cargo & Transportation Management
  • CH. 4: Principles of Food Production
  • CH. 5: Food & Beverage Services

Bachelor of Commerce

A candidate who has passed the two year Pre-University Examination of the Pre-University Board of Education in the State of Karnataka or any other Education considered as equivalent there to by the Mangalore University is eligible For admission to the B.Com degree courses.However a candidate should have studied Commerce and Accountancy At the P.U level to be eligible for admission to the B.Com degree course.

The course of study leading to the B.com.Degree comprises the following:

Semester I

  • English-I
  • Kannada-Ior Hindi-I or Sanskrit-I
  • Business Economics
  • Financial Accounting-I
  • Business Statistics and Mathematics-I
  • Principles of Management
  • Indian Constitution

Semester II

  • English-II
  • Kannada-II or Hindi-II or Sanskrit-II
  • Money and Public Finance,
  • Financial Accounting-II
  • Business Statistics and Mathematics-II
  • Modem Banking
  • Indian Constitution

Semester III

  • English-III
  • Kannada-III or Hindi-III or Sanskrit-III
  • International Trade and Finance-I
  • Financial Accounting-III
  • Cost and Management Accounting-I
  • Elective-1.Human Resource Management-I
  • Business Taxation-I

Semester IV

  • English-IV
  • Kannada-IV or Hindi-IV or Sanskrit-IV
  • International Trade and Finance-II
  • Financial Accounting-IV
  • Cost and Management Accounting-II
  • Elective-1.Human Resource Management-II
  • Business Taxation-II

Semester V

  • Financial Management-I
  • Modern Marketing
  • Business Law
  • Financial Accounting- V
  • Cost and Management Accounting-III
  • Elective-1.Human Resource Management-III
  • Business Taxation-III

Semester VI

  • Financial Management-II
  • Auditing
  • Indian corporate Law
  • Financial Accounting- VI
  • Cost and Management Accounting-IV
  • Elective-1.Human Resource Management-IV
  • Business Taxation-IV