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B.Sc. Hotel Management

India being one of the most prominent travel destinations, foreseeing the needs of this flourishing industry HIET, the best hotel management college in Himachal has been on the forefront of providing the most professional education in this ever growing field. Equipped with highly qualified faculty and infrastructure HIET is doing its best to bring out the most sought after professionals in the field of hospitality. Looked upon as the best hotel management college in Himachal, HIET is encouraging and investing in the developing professional manpower for this industry.

About Department

The Department of Hotel Management provides high class education to meet international hospitality standards and professional competence to students. It offers a program that caters to four main areas; Food production, Food, and Beverage Service (F&B), Front office, and Accommodation Management. Students are prepared for various aspects of the hospitality industry such as Core Operations, Management, Sales and Marketing. Our curriculum combines theory with the authentic hands-on learning experience and students have numerous opportunities to interact with industry professionals. Students also get access to hands-on real-life training programme incorporated in their day to day activities to facilitate their on-job training. The programme is designed in consultation with experts & industry professionals.

Employment Opportunities

One of the significant outcomes of globalization is the tremendous growth in the tourism and hospitality industry. With India being one of the most popular travel destinations, the government too is encouraging and investing in the development of these industries. HIET is contributing to meet the demand for hotel management professionals which is already huge and is expected to grow more with the increasing number of hotels being set up in India and all over the world.

B.Sc. Hotel Management

Program Overview

Managing Customer Relationships Course

People who take this course learn effective strategies for managing customer relationships within the hospitality industry. They examine ways to satisfy customer demand through a change in the culture, structure and goals of an organization. Topics include guest satisfaction, consumer behavior and expectations, reward and loyalty programs, service quality and effective communication. This course is often taken near the beginning of an undergraduate program.

Food and Beverage Course

This class discusses the challenges faced in food and beverage operations. Students explore types of service, kitchen and dining room structures, pricing, staffing, purchasing, inventory and cost controls. Case studies and guest lecturers often provide individuals with information on industry trends and outlooks, along with real-world experiences.

Hospitality Finance and Accounting Course

In this course, individuals develop an understanding of the accounting and financial processes involved in hotel operations. Basic financial concepts are taught to improve decision-making. Students learn to read income statements, balance sheets and cash flow statements, as well as to gauge profit and loss ratios. Both undergraduate and graduate versions of this course are common.

Hotel Marketing Course

In this course, students discover how successful marketing and brand recognition campaigns can generate revenue for a company. Marketing concepts such as segmentation, brand analysis, marketing principles, Internet marketing, advertising and public relations are explored. Individuals examine various market research methods, including focus groups, testimonials and interviews, surveys and models.

B.Sc. Hotel Management Subject plans

1st Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Business CommunicationBusiness Communication
Theory 100 BHMC-101
Food Microbiology & Nutrittion
Theory 100 BHMC-102
Basics of Computer
Theory 100 BHMC-103
Foundation Course in Food Production
Theory 100 BHMC-104
Foundation Course in Food & Beverages Services
Theory 100 BHMC-105
Foundation Course in Food Accommodation Operations
Theory 100 BHMC-106
Foundation Course in Food in Front Office
Theory 100 BHMC-107
Foundation Course in Food Production
Lab 50 BHMC-108
Foundation Course in Food &Beverages Services
Lab 50 BHMC-109
Foundation Course in Accommodation Operations
Lab 50 BHMC-110
Foundation Course in Front Office
Lab 50 BHMC-111
Basics of Computer
Lab 50 BHMC-112
2nd Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Environmental Sciences
Theory 100 BHMC-201
Hygiene & Sanitation
Theory 100 BHMC-202
Accounting for Managers
Theory 100 BHMC-203
Foundation Course in Food Production -II
Theory 100 BHMC-204
Foundation Course in Food $ Beverages Services - II
Theory 100 BHMC-205
Foundation Course in Accommodation Operations -II
Theory 100 BHMC-206
Foundation Course in Front Office -II
Theory 100 BHMC-207
Foundation Course in Food Production - II
Lab 50 BHMC-208
Foundation Course in Food & Beverages Services - II
Lab 50 BHMC-209
Foundation Course in Accommodation Operations - II
Lab 50 BHMC-210
Foundation Course in Front Office - II
Lab 50 BHMC-211
3rd Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Industrial Training Report
- 100 BHMC-301
Industrial Training Log-Book
- 100 BHMC-302
Presentation & Viva-Voce
- 200 BHMC-303
4th Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Food Production Operations
Theory 100 BHMC-401
Food & Beverage Operations
Theory 100 BHMC-402
Human Values and professional Ethics
Theory 100 BHMC-403
Accommodation Operations
Theory 100 BHMC-404
Food & Beverage Control
Theory 100 BHMC-405
Front Office Operations
Theory 100 BHMC-406
Food Production Operations
Lab 50 BHMC-407
Food & Beverage Operations
Lab 50 BHMC-408
Accommodation Operations
Lab 50 BHMC-409
5th Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Advanced Food Production Operations
Theory 100 BHMC-501
Advanced Food & Beverages Operations
Theory 100 BHMC-502
Front Office Management
Theory 100 BHMC-503
Accommodation Management
Theory 100 BHMC-504
Food & Beverage Control
Theory 100 BHMC-505
Hotel Engineering
Theory 100 BHMC-506
Tourism Concepts
Theory 100 BHMC-507
Management and Practices Organisational Behaviour
Theory 100 BHMC-508
Advanced Food Production Operations
Lab 50 BHMC-511
Advanced Food & Beverages Operations
Lab 50 BHMC-512
Front Office Management
Lab 50 BHMC-513
Accommodation Management
Lab 50 BHMC-514
Spa Management
Elective 100 BHMC-509
Resort Management
Elective 100 BHMC-510
6th Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Advanced Food Production Operations -II
Theory 100 BHMC-601
Advanced Food & Beverage Operations - Ii
Theory 100 BHMC-602
Front Office Management- II
Theory 100 BHMC-603
Accommodation Management- II
Theory 100 BHMC-604
Food & Beverage Management
Theory 100 BHMC-605
Facility Planning
Theory 100 BHMC-606
Financial Management
Theory 100 BHMC-607
Marketing Management
Theory 100 BHMC-608
Advanced Food Production Operations -II
Lab 50 BHMC-611
Advanced Food & Beverage Operations -II
Lab 50 BHMC-612
Front Office Management-II
Lab 50 BHMC-613
Accommodation Management-II
lab 50 BHMC-614
Food Photography and Food Journalism
Elective 100 BHMC-609
Cruise Line Operations Management
Elective 100 BHMC-610
7th Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Advanced Food Production Operations Management
Theory 100 BHMC-701
Advanced Food & Beverage Service Operations
Theory 100 BHMC-702
Advanced Front Office Management
Theory 100 BHMC-703
Advanced Accommodation Management
Theory 100 BHMC-704
Personality development & Soft Skills
Theory 100 BHMC-705
Principles of Management
Theory 100 BHMC-706
Advanced Food Production Operations Management
Lab 50 BHMC-709
Advanced Food & Beverage Service Operations
Lab 50 BHMC-710
Advanced Front Office Management
Lab 50 BHMC-711
Advanced Accommodation Management
Lab 50 BHMC-712
Principles of Marketing
Elective 100 BHMC-707
Entrepreneurship Development
Elective 100 BHMC-708
8th Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Specialized Hospitality Training
- 100 BHMC-801
Project Report on emerging trends in Hospitality Industry
- 100 BHMC-802

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