BACHELOR OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT

Application status
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Open

Duration
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4 years

Study mode
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Full-time

Entry Requirements
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Pass in 10+2 / Equivalent with minimum of five subjects

Overview

Bachelor of Hotel Management

The hotel management industry is growing at a rapid pace, due to globalization. Every year several hotel management-related job opportunities are injected into the economy by both Indian and international hotel chains.

The programme at GCU entails the learning of specific management techniques including hotel marketing, maintenance, administration, housekeeping, catering, and other aspects that are important for a fruitful career in the hotel industry.

The aim of this programme is to effectively train those who wish to make a difference in the hotel industry so that their impeccable knowledge and expertise elevates them into competent hotel managers.

With the hotel management strategies inculcated in the students at GCU, they will have the skills needed to cater to the different demands of their guests. They will also be able to quickly familiarize themselves with the ever-changing market trends, thereby helping the hotel they manage, prosper.

Graduates in hotel management can take up different roles in hotels, airline catering and cabin services, tourism associations, catering institutes, and club management, to name a few.

Key Benefits

  • Students at Garden City University are provided with excellent facilities, and an accomplished teaching staff, enabling students to hone their skills in the best possible platform.
  • The programme is associated professionally with – Federation of Hotels and Restaurant Association of India, South India Hotels and Restaurants Association and South India Culinary Association. This certifies our programme as competent to strengthen the foundations of the students, enabling a career in the hospitality sector.
  • Developing an understanding of the importance of customer satisfaction in business.
  • Joy of Learning is the guiding strategy for all courses at GCU. To promote this motto, our faculty members possess teaching qualities that help students learn how to perform tasks in a professional and scientific manner.
  • GCU employs ARM pedagogy which fuels ambition in students, thus providing ample resources to excel through holistic mentoring, for students to achieve their goal.
  • Our students are imbibed with qualities to learn scientifically and act professionally.
  • The syllabus includes the latest in terms of breakthroughs and technologies.
  • Mini-Projects have been included as part of the curriculum, to develop a holistic understanding of the hospitality industry.
  • Our students are groomed in being more employable, in whichever sector they choose to enter.
  • Successful graduates are placed in various organizations in the hospitality sector, which includes hotels, restaurants, airlines, front office management etc.

Entry Requirements

Pass in 10+2 / Equivalent with minimum of five subjects.

Wherever grading system or any other system is followed for evaluating the performance of the candidate in the qualifying examination, the applicant should ensure that a certificate indicating the percentage obtained has to be submitted through the University / Board last studied. Applicants passing GCE / O / A level examination should have passed 4 + 3 or 5 + 2 subjects at the O & A level respectively.

The examination approved by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) only will be considered by the Garden City University, others who have passed the examination which is not in the AIU approved list shall obtain equivalence certificate from the Association of Indian Universities.

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Fee structure for the Academic year 2022-23

Domestic / NRI Fee Structure

Programmes

BHM

Course Duration

4 years

1st Instalment

INR 25,000 + 18000 Hospitality Kit

7 Subsequent Instalments

INR 60,000

International / NRI structure

Programmes

BHM

Course Duration

4 years

1st Instalment

$ 500 + INR 18000 Hospitality Kit

7 Subsequent Instalments

$ 857

OTHER FEES

CAUTION DEPOSIT : Rs. 5000/- to be paid by all the students. (Rs. 3000/- will be refunded after successful completion of the course and Rs. 2000/- would be retained towards registration fees for life time Alumni Association Membership)

EXAMINATION FEES PER SEMESTER

UG Programs: Rs.1550/-, PG Programs: Rs.2250/-, Research Programs: Rs.5500/-, Diploma Programs: Rs.1850/-, Practical Examination + Viva Voce Charges (wherever applicable): Rs.750/-

Semester 1

  • Food Production Foundation I (Theory & Practical)
  • Food & Beverage Service Foundation I (Theory & Practical)
  • Front Office Operations Foundations I (Theory & Practical)
  • House Keeping Operations Foundations I (Theory & Practical)
  • Environmental Studies
  • Hospitality Communication

Semester 2

  • Food Production Foundation II (Theory & Practical)
  • Food & Beverage Service Foundation II (Theory & Practical)
  • Front Office Operations Foundations II (Theory & Practical)
  • House Keeping Operations Foundations II (Theory & Practical)
  • Modern Indian Language
  • Speaking Kannada

Semester 3

  • Introduction to Indian Cookery (Theory & Practical)
  • Food & Beverage Service Operations I (Theory & Practical)
  • Front Office Operations I (Theory & Practical)
  • Front Office Operations I (Theory & Practical)
  • Foreign Language Skills I

Semester 4

  • Food Production Operations, Industry Exposure I
  • Food & Beverage Service Operations, Industry Exposure I
  • Front Office Operations, Industry Exposure I
  • Housekeeping Operations, Industry Exposure I
  • Personality Skills for Hospitality - Learning from Industry

Semester 5

  • Introduction to Italian and Mexican Cuisine (Theory & Practical)
  • F&B Service Management-I (Theory & Practical)
  • Bakery, Confectionery & Patisserie (Theory & Practical)
  • Accommodation Management-I
  • Researching for Hospitality & Tourism Management
  • Hospitality Law
  • Accounting Skills for Hospitality

Semester 6

  • Introduction to Chinese & Thai Cuisine (Theory & Practical)
  • F&B Service Management-II (Theory & Practical)
  • Accommodation Management-II (Theory)
  • Computers in Hospitality Services (Theory & Practical)
  • Project Work
  • Hospitality Marketing
  • Foreign language Skills-II

Semester 7

  • Human Resource Management
  • Safety, Security & Travel Documentation
  • Retail Management
  • Event Management
  • Laundry Management
  • Food service management
  • House Keeping Management (Theory & Practical)
  • Culinary Management (Theory & Practical)
  • Front Office Management (Theory & Practical)
  • Bakery Management (Theory & Practical)
  • Ancillary Hospitality Industry
  • Travel & Tourism Management
  • Skill Enhancement for Media and Journalism in Hospitality

Semester 8

  • Human Resource Practices – Industry Exposure
  • Safety, security and travel documentation Facilitation Management Practices-Industry Exposure
  • Practices in Retail Management (Industry Exposure)
  • Practices in Event Management (Industry Exposure)
  • Practices in Laundry Management (Industry Exposure)
  • Practices in Food Service Management (Industry Exposure)
  • Practices in Housekeeping Management (Industry Exposure)
  • Practices in Culinary Management (Industry Exposure)
  • Practices in Bakery Management (Industry Exposure)
  • Practices in Front Office Management (Industry Exposure)
  • Practices in Foreign Cuisines (Industry Exposure)
  • Writing Skill for Hospitality (Writing of Industrial Reports)
  • Hospitality Operation Software Skills
  • Trade Presentation Skills

Career Path

  • Accommodation manager
  • Catering manager
  • Event organiser
  • Fast food restaurant manager
  • Hotel manager
  • Public house manager
  • Restaurant manager
  • Air Hostess

Community activities

The students are expected to participate in various academic and also in community-based programs, making the most of the opportunities available to you.

General

You are encouraged to be active in varied extra-curricular activities and enjoy participation in areas such as sport, traveling, outdoor activities and community work.

Paid or voluntary work

Although we do not require applicants to have been in paid or voluntary employment, we welcome applications from those who can manifest diligence and ability to prioritise by being employed in work alongside their studies.

Students Speak

Why I Chose GCU

List of companies where UG Hotel Management students of GCU got placement opportunities:

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FAQ

Garden City University is a 28-year-old institution and INTERDISCIPLINARY in nature. The University has eight Schools under it offering courses from Diploma to Bachelor to Post graduation to PhD. The university has students from 81 different countries and every state and union territory in India. The University has the unique mix of Arts, Science and Management Education offered with Technology as the base. Be it Media studies, Life Sciences or Hotel Management, the emphasis is on practical education with the aid of technology tools to enhance learning and equip a student to work in the industry. Not to mention GCU has the credit of awarding graduation certification to 28 Colonels of the Indian Army attached to the Corps of Military Police.

The admission process is based on the courses offered at the UG and PG level.
The student goes online, fills the application with required details and files the same online for registering for the programme of choice. This will be accompanied by paying a registration fee as mentioned in the application form.
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Once the registration process is completed, the admissions department shall communicate on further documents required and fee to be paid for the programme of choice.
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