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Courses offered

The Hotel Management Curriculum aims to provide students with skills necessary to meet the requirement of the increasingly complex world of Hospitality. Viewing the growing needs and demand, the modular programme of B.Sc.HM has been designed as follows

First Semester

Six months foundation course in Hospitality & Tourism.

Second Semester

One year foundation course diploma in Hospitality Operations.

Third Semester

1½ years diploma in Retail & Hospitality Operations

Fourth Semester

2 years diploma in Hotel & Hospitality Administration.

Fifth Semester

2 ½ years diploma in Tourism Marketing & Hospitality Management

Sixth Semester

B.Sc. in Hotel Management.

Admission Criteria

The Application form affixed in the Prospectus must be dully filled in along with the
following documents


English shall be the medium in the Institution and Examination.Hotel Management is a practical oriented programme therefore it focuses more for practical training. students will be given more case studies during the course period and they have to submit a project report thereon during the course period and also at the end of the year on dates announced by the department. The guideline for training and project shall be provided by the department.

Eligibility to appear examination


A candidate shall be declared to have passed the semester of the 3 years Degree Course and 1 Year Diploma if he/she has secured not less than: i) 40% marks in each of the theory Paper. ii) 50% marks for Practical. iii) 45% in total aggregate in the Final Year. iv) 40% in aggregate for promotion exam with 2 (two) backlog criteria.


The Examination Committee of the University while determining the examination scheme of each Year of the course will define clearly the distribution of marks fixed in theory, practical and internal assessment. The internal assessment shall denote the performance of the candidate in every promotional examination held at the institute and it shall be considered as 30% of the marks allotted to the subject in the final computing of results by the University. Details of in course assessment for each year of course are indicated below:- a. University examinations shall be conducted for 100 marks and it will be converted to 70% marks as an external examination marks and 30% will be counted as internal assessment marks. b. 30% in course assessment:- (5%) in attendance for those who secure above 90% of attendance in aggregate & 25% assessment by concerned Faculty.) c. 70% in Final Exam.


• Each student shall be required to appear for viva for every examination, in order to test their communication skill as well as knowledge with regards to:- Understanding & Analysis of their Hotel Management subjects. • lndustry Application • Knowledge/Memory Comprehension • Interpretation The questions shall be randomly selected from all subjects as per the B.Sc Hotel Management syllabus. The Viva voce exam will consist of 30 mark only. • All projects and assignments for each examination must be completed and submitted in due time. Mark for Viva and Projects will be combined where viva will carry 30 marks and projects will carry 70 marks resulting in a total of 100 marks.


a. A candidate shall be declared passed in each Semester of the 3 Year Degree Course or 1 Year Diploma if he/she secures the qualifying marks in the Rule 7. b. For the purpose of classification of Degree Certificate, the following schedule will be adopted. i) A candidate will be awarded the First Class with Distinction, if he/she secures a minimum of 70% of the total marks. ii) A candidate will be awarded a First Class if he/she secures a minimum of 60% of the total marks. iii) A candidate will be awarded a Second Class if he/she secures a minimum of 50% of the total marks. iv) A candidate will be awarded a degree Simple Pass if he/she secures minimum of 45% of the marks.