Curriculum

Semester 1 Courses
·         Communicative Languages
·         Hospitality Communication – I
·         F&B Production – I
·         F&B Service – I
·         Front Office – I
·         Housekeeping – I
·         Constitution of INDIA & Human Rights
Semester 2 Courses
·         Communicative Languages – II
·         Hospitality Communication – II
·         F&B Production – II
·         F&B Service – II
·         Hygiene & Food Safety
·         Travel & Tourism Management
·         Environmental Science
Semester 3 Courses
·         Communicative Languages
·         F&B Production – III
·         F&B Services – III
·         Front Office – II
·         Housekeeping – II
·         Science & Society
Semester 4 Courses
·         Communicative Languages
·         F&B Production – IV
·         F&B Services – IV
·         Front Office – III
·         Housekeeping – III
·         Life Skills & Personality Development

Semester 5 Courses
·         Industrial Practicals
·         Projects on “Operational Aspects of Star Hotels”
Semester 6 Courses
·         Food & Beverage Service Management
·         Hotel Financial Accounting
·         Management Principles & Practices
·         Computers in Hospitality Services – I
·         Marketing of Hospitality Services
·         Creativity & Innovation
Semester 7 Courses
·         F&B Production Management
·         Accommodation Management
·         Hotel Costing
·         Computers in Hospitality Services – II      
·         Hospitality Law
·         Entrepreneurship
Semester 8 Courses
·         Allied Hospitality Management
·         Financial Management in Hotels
·         professional Elective – I
·         professional Elective – II
·         Project on Marketing Feasibility & Financial viability

SUBMISSION OF THE REPORT : Three copies of the report have to be submitted before the due date as specified by the college. The original copies should be submitted to the university through the college concerned. The College copy is to be retained by the college and personal copy should be duly signed by the faculty guide and Principal or HOD of the BHM Department. The student should carry the personal copy to the Viva Voce
The student should also carry the following
1. Duly signed personal copy of the project 2. Examination Hall ticket 3. College Identity Card 4. The student should be in formal Dress code
PROJECT EVALUATION : Project report will be valued by an examiner appointed by the University.
MODE OF EVALUATION : Project Report (Data & Analysis) – 75 Marks* Viva – 25 Marks
TOTAL MARKS – 100 Marks
NOTE: Panel of Evaluation will consist of two members, one a board member and the other a subject expert.

1 Regulations Pertaining to Bachelors of hotel Management Degree – Semester Scheme (Revised Scheme – 2015 onward) – 5 Pages Download
2 Regulations Pertaining to Bachelors of hotel Management Degree – Semester Scheme (Revised Scheme – 2015 onward) – 84 Pages Download

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