THE IMES Diploma in Hotel Management


Hotel Management

The goal of the Diploma in Hotel Management (DHM) program is to prepare students for successful business careers in a global economy. This is achieved by providing students with the knowledge, skills and experiences needed to meet the challenges and opportunities of a global business market characterized by complexity, uncertainty, and diversity. Hotel management is the only professional Course which opens up employment opportunities immediately after completion of the course. The course motivates guides and actively pursues research in various academic and applied fields of hospitality industry.

• Programme Objective
• Eligibility
• Duration
• Courses Content
• Fees Structure
• Certification

Programme Objective

The objective of the Diploma 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 DHM 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.

Course Contents

First Semester Second Semester
General English English & Communication
Food Science Nutrition
Principles of Accounting – I Basics of Computers
Basic Food Production, Bakery& Confectionary Hotel Engineering & Maintenance
Basic Food & Beverage Service Food Production and Patisserie – I


Third Semester Fourth Semester
Economics Hotel Law
Tourism Front Office Operation – I
Principles of Accounting – II Accommodation Operation – I
Food Production and Patisserie – II F & B Management
Food & Beverage Service – I Food & Beverage Service – II


Fifth Semester Sixth Semester
Principles of Management Human Resource Management
Marketing & Sales Management Travel & Tourism
Accommodation Operation – II Data Based Management System
Safety & First Aid Operation Advance Accounts
Front Office Operation – II Engineering Department & its Working

Fee Structure

Fees Structure Indian Students
Registration fees


Course Fees


Examination Fees


Total Fees Of Course



Candidates successfully completing the program will be awarded a diploma in DHM from Institute of Management and Engineering Studies.