The Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Maharashtra's Aurangabad has decided to introduce three courses including medical tourism, Buddhist tourism and Ambedkar tourism in its curriculum from the upcoming academic year.
An official stated the decision was taken on Monday by Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University on the occasion of Namvistar Din, which is celebrated on January 14, 2021, annually to remember the naming of Marathwada University after the chief architect of the Constitution in the year 1994.
University tourism department head Rajesh Ragade, said, "The course on medical tourism will be helpful for paramedics, travel agents and tour operators. The certificate course on Ambedkar tourism will consist of the study of places connected with Babasaheb. The Buddhist tourism course will impart expertise on places of importance in the religion."
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Meanwhile, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (BAMU) would conduct PET 2021 from January 30, 2021, for 42 subjects. The varsity will release the user guide and intake capacity shortly. The Result for First paper would be announced on February 1, 2021. Following this, the Second paper for PET 2021is scheduled for February 21, 2021.