Course: BHM

Bachelor in Hotel Management

There are over 700,000 hotels and resorts worldwide. The industry is thriving and worth over $570 billion worldwide.
The global hotel market has over 16.4 million hotel rooms.
The industry is worth over $570 billion worldwide, with over 700,000 hotels and resorts and 16.4 million hotel rooms worldwide.

Duration: 3 years

Eligibility

-10+2 with any stream with minimum 50% marks & 45% for SC/ST

-Except for non subsidized candidates and serving personnel-

-The maximum age limit for BHM course is 22 years (on 1st July of the year concerned )

-In case of SC/ST candidates the upper limit will be raised to 25 years (for boys and girls both)

Fees : As per the HP University Norms

Semester I
BHM 101: Front Office Operations
BHM 102 Housekeeping I
BHM 103: Basic Food & Beverage Service
BHM 104: Basic Food & Beverage Production
BHM 105: Food Microbiology and Nutrition
BHM 106: Communication and Soft Skills
BHM 107: Practical
Semester II
BHM 201: Housekeeping -II
BHM 202 Fundamentals of Tourism & Tourism Products -I
BHM 203: Food & Beverage Service Production -I
BHM 204: Food & Beverage Production -I
BHM 205: Hotel Engineering
BHM 206: Basics Of Computers
BHM 207: Practical
Semester III
BHM 301: Advanced Front office Operations -I
BHM 302: Hotel Housekeeping Operations III
BHM 303: Food & Beverage Service Operations II
BHM 304: Food and Beverage Production II
BHM 305: Hospitality French
BHM 306: Hospitality Sales & Marketing
BHM 307: Practical
Semester IV Industrial Exposure Training (IET)

Duration: - Minimum 20 weeks with coverage of all major and minor departments of a full service hotel. (can be substituted with operational training in reputed Fast Food Operations, Airlines, Resorts and Similar Industry in accordance with course curriculum)

Suggested Training

Schedule

F&B Service: 4 week
F&B Production: 4 week
Front Office : 4 week
Housekeeping: 4 week
Other: 4 week (HR, Sales & Marketing, Finance etc.)

Documents to be submitted after successful completion of IET

  • WTO (What to observe) Sheets
  • Training Log-Book (to be issued by Learning Centre)
  • Departmental Appraisal Forms
  • Training Report in 2 Copies (1 for HPU & 1 for College) Training
  • Certificate from the concerned Hotel Authority
Semester V
BHM 501: Front Office Management-I
BHM 502: Advanced Accommodation Operations-I
BHM 503: Advanced Food & Beverage Service Operations
BHM 504: Advanced Food & Beverage Production-1
BHM 505: Principles of Management
BHM 506: Hotel Accountancy
BHM 507: Practical
Semester VI
BHM 601: Front Office Management-II
BHM 602: Advanced Accommodation Operations-II
BHM 603: Food & Beverage Controls
BHM 604: Advanced Food & Beverage Production-II
BHM 605: Hotel Law
BHM 606: Travel Agencies and Tour Operator Operations
BHM 607: Practical

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