• Programme Objective
• Courses Content
• Fees Structure
The objective of the Bachelor courses in Hotel Management is the programme helps students to meet the industry\’s need for competent hospitality trade. Its programme creates opportunities for students to improve their technical & management skills, to develop more professional pride and create a sounder basis to develop career prospects. The programme covers four major departments with specialization in anyone of them:
- Food Production.
- Food & Beverages Services.
- Front Office Operation.
- Accommodation Operation.
Candidates who have passed Senior Secondary School (12th) from a recognized board.
The Program Duration for BHM will be Three Years comprising of Six Semesters, Students may choose to take breaks in between subjects/parts. However, they are expected to follow a normative period of Five years i.e. Students will have to complete the program within Five years from session start date.
|First Semester||Second Semester|
|Hospitality Communication-I||Hospitality Communication-II|
|Food & Beverage Production-I||Food & Beverage Production-II|
|Food & Beverage Service-I||Food & Beverage Service-II|
|Front Office-I||Hygiene & food Safety|
|House Keeping-I||Principles of Accounting|
|Third Semester||Fourth Semester|
|Allied Hospitality Management||Accommodations Management|
|Food & Beverage Service-III||Marketing of Hospitality Services|
|Front Office-II||Front Office-III|
|House Keeping-II||House Keeping-III|
|Fundamentals of Computers||Indian Constitution|
|Fifth Semester||Sixth Semester|
|Food & Beverage Production Operations||Environmental Science|
|Food & Beverage Service Operations||Sales & Marketing Operations|
|Front Office Operations||Hotel Economics & Statistics|
|House Keeping Operations||Hospitality Law|
|Management Principles & Practices||Computers in Hospitality Services|
|Fees Structure||Indian Students|
|Total Fees Of Course||
Candidates successfully completing the program will be awarded a Certificate in BHM from Institute of Management and Engineering Studies.