This degree programme equips the students with the required skills, knowledge and attitude to efficiently discharge supervisory responsibilities in the hospitality sector.
The admission to the Three Year degree in Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Hospitality and Hotel Administration is being conducted by the National Council for Hotel Management & Catering Technology (NCHMCT), Pusa, New Delhi, through a Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) on the national level. Applications for admission to the First year of B.Sc. Hospitality and Hotel Administration are invited in December/January every year. Notification to this effect is made by NCHMCT in leading national newspapers. The Joint Entrance Examination is held in the month of April/May on a Sunday (notified in the advertisement) at different cities throughout the country. Based on performance in the written test, candidates are short listed for counselling by NCHMCT in the month of June. Allotment of the Institute is on merit-cum-preference basis.
Candidates selected through the above process are admitted in the month of July, to the allotted Institute, on payment of the first term fee by the date stipulated by NCHMCT.
Minimum qualification for admission is a pass certificate in the final examination of 10+2 system of Senior Secondary education or its equivalent with English as one of the compulsory subjects. Those appearing in 10+2 final or equivalent examination can also appear in JEE for being considered on a provisional basis.
Age limit is 22 years, relaxable up to 25 years for candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe as on July 01, of the year.
Apart from relaxation in the upper age limit for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates, seats will be reserved as under:
15% for Scheduled Caste candidates.
7.5% for Scheduled Tribe candidates.
3% for Physically Challenged candidates
(Please refer to the NCHMCT Information Brochure for further details), 27% for OBC candidates.
(Applicable only for the 3-year B.Sc. programme)
One seat (Supernumerary) is reserved for Registered Kashmiri migrants – one who has qualified the JEE. Proof of migrant registration in original is required at Counselling and an attested copy is required with the application form as well.
(Option of Vegetarian course in B.Sc. H & HA is also available)
|BHM-111||Foundation Course in Food Production – I||1st Semester|
|BHM-112||Foundation Course in Food and Beverage Service – I|
|BHM-113||Foundation Course in Front Office Operations – I|
|BHM-114||Foundation Course in Accommodation Operations – I|
|BHM-105||Application of Computers|
|BHM-151||Foundation Course in Food Production – II||2nd Semester
|BHM-152||Foundation Course in Food and Beverage Service – II|
|BHM-153||Foundation Course in Front Office Operations – II|
|BHM-154||Foundation Course in Accommodation Operations – II|
|BHM-117||Principles of Food Science|
|TS-01 (IGNOU)||Foundation Course in Tourism|
|BHM-201||Food Production Operations||3rd and 4th Semester|
|BHM-202||Food and Beverage Service Operations|
|BHM-203||Front Office Operations|
|BHM-205||Food and Beverage Controls|
|BHM-207||Food Safety and Quality|
|TS-03 (IGNOU)||Management in Tourism|
|BEGE-103 (IGNOU)||Communication Skills in English|
|TS-07 (IGNOU)||Human Resource Development|
|BHM-311||Advance Food Production Operations – I||5th Semester|
|BHM-312||Advance Food and Beverage Operations – I|
|BHM-313||Front Office Management – I|
|BHM-314||Accommodation Management – I|
|Special topics-Guest speakers|
|TS-06 (IGNOU)||Tourism Marketing|
|BHM-351||Advance Food Production Operations – II||6th Semester|
|BHM-352||Advance F and B Operations – II|
|BHM-353||Front Office Management – II|
|BHM-354||Accommodation Management – II|
|BHM-305||Food and Beverage Management|
|Special topics-Guest speakers|