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Course Name : Bachelor in Hotel Management

Eligibility : 10 + 2 or equivalent in relevant stream

Program Duration : 3 Years

Programme fees : 48,000 /-

Tourism and Hospitality

Introduction of the Sector

The travel and tourism industry, along with the related sectors contributing to it, is expected to grow in leaps and bounds in the coming years. A job in this industry can be highly exciting and adventurous and even pays well. Though it was slow to take off in this country, the government's initiatives in this field are uncovering a bright future for those who want to make a career in this field. The hospitality industry is one of the key drivers of growth among the service sector in India. The growth in the hospitality sector and its contributions to the GDP will continue to be substantially higher than other sectors of the economy on the back of huge tourism potential in the country.

Bachelor in Hotel management 

Programme Introduction

Bachelors in Hotel Management is a three-year job- oriented vocational training program in the hotel management domain. The program imparts skills and knowledge related to hotel management. Hotel management is a field of education which deals with all the administrative and managerial tasks of any hospitality centre, hotel, restaurant or any seminar organisation. Since the tourism industry is growing rapidly, the demand for good hotel managers has also increased. Hotels and restaurants are looking for skilled professionals who can handle all their activities and help them increase their sales.

Eligibility for Admission

The eligibility for admission to Bachelors in Hotel Management shall be 10+2 or equivalent, in any stream.

Career Prospects/Job Role

There are numerous opportunities available in Hotel  Management.  Candidates  can  apply  for work at any Travel Agencies, Hotels, Restaurants, Tour Operating Companies, Aviation Companies, Event Management Companies, Visitor Bureaus etc., Besides this, many hotels and resorts also look for  skilled  professionals  in  Hotel  Management. Candidates can also opt for further education in Hotel Management.

Some profiles available after Bachelors in Hotel Management are Front Desk Officer, Accounting Manager, Sales Manager, Chef, Resident Managers, Executive Housekeepers, Convention Service Managers and Front Office Managers.

Knowledge provider for skill training

Indian Hotels P.Ltd (Taj), Ibis Accor and India Tourism Mumbai (Ministry of Tourism - Government of India)

Semester-wise Listing of Courses

Course Code Course Name Credits     Course Code Course Name Credits
GE 1.1 Functional English 4     GE 2.1 Basics of Economics and Markets 4
GE 1.2 Communication Skills - I 4     GE 2.2 Environment Sciences 4
GE 1.3 Computing Skills - I 4     GE 2.3 Ethics and Governance 4
HM 1.1 Introduction to Hospitality Industry
Overview of Tourism Industry
2     HM 2.1 Food & Beverage Production & Service - II 2
HM 1.2 Foundation Course in F&B Production and Service - I 2     HM 2.2 Front Office & House Keeping Operations - II 2
HM 1.3 Foundation Course in Front Office & House Keeping - I 2     HM 2.3 Basics of Event Management & Technology in Hotel Sales 2
TPA 1 Term Paper Assignment 2     TPA 2  Term Paper Assignment 2
Course Code Course Name Credits     Course Code Course Name Credits
GE 3.1 Communication Skills - II 4     GE 4.1 Computing Skills - II 2
GE 3.2 Financial Literacy 4     GE 4.2 Basics of Accounting 4
GE 3.3 Basics of Legal and HR Policies 4     GE 4.3 Design Thinking 4
HM 3.1 Food & Beverage Production & Service - III 2     GE 4.4 Organizational Behaviour 2
HM 3.2 Front Office & House Keeping Operations - III 2     HM 4.1 Food & Beverage Production & Service - IV 2
HM 3.3 Hotel Accountancy & Hotel Automation 2     HM 4.2 Front Office & House Keeping Operations - IV 2
TPA 3 Term Paper Assignment 2     HM 4.3 Hospitality Marketing & Allied Hospitality Management 2
          TPA 4 Term Paper Assignment 2
Course Code Course Name Credits     Course Code Course Name Credits
GE 5.1 Digital Literacy 4     GE 6.1 Entrepreneurship 4
GE 5.2 Health and Wellness 4     GE 6.2 Employment Readiness 4
GE 5.3 Personal Grooming 4     GE 6.3 Effective Workplace Skills & Competencies 4
HM 5.1 Food & Beverage Production & Service - V 2     HM 6.1 Food & Beverage Production & Service - VI 2
HM 5.2 Front Office & House Keeping Operations - V 2     HM 6.2 Front Office & House Keeping Operations - VI 2
HM 5.3 Food & Beverage Management & Hotel Costing 2     HM 6.3 Hospitality Law & Entrepreneurship Development 2
TPA 5 Term Paper Assignment 2     TPA 6 Term Paper Assignment 2

*The skill training component is 50% to 60% ranging from 600 hours to 720 hours per year depending upon the industry requirement.

Programme fees: Rs. 48,000/-per annum
Examination fees: Rs. 1,600/- per semester and Rs. 3,200 per annum
Caution Deposit (Refundable): Rs.5000
Convocation Fees: Rs.2000/- (In absentia Rs.2500/-)

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