Courses to start from the upcoming academic year
New courses in tourism - namely medical tourism, Buddhist tourism and Ambedkar tourism - have been introduced at Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University for the upcoming academic year.
The decision to add these courses was taken on January 14, also known as ‘Namvistar Din’, when the varsity celebrated its naming after the chief architect of the Constitution of India.
Rajesh Ragade, head of the tourism department at the university, said that the medical tourism course has further been framed to help paramedics, travel agents and tour operators. The Ambedkar tourism certificate course will contain important facts and study materials on the places closely connected to the life of Ambedkar. The course on Buddhist tourism will impart knowledge on the life and works of Buddha, giving main emphasis to the important places connected to the religious leader.
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