BHM

Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM)
Objectives :
The BHM program has been designed to prepare the students to enter the hospitality industry at the supervisory level in areas of hotel an catering operations. Upon graduation the students will be able to

  1. Occupy supervisory position the hotel and  catering industry with adequate background of management functions;
  2. Acquire basic technical and social skills required for professional handling of hotel and catering operations;
  3. Apply cost control measures for greater economy and success of business operations;
  4. Set standards for quality assurance of the services offered to customers;
  5. Develop positive attitudes towards the trade with greater imitative and handling the operations;
  6. Become a successful entrepreneur in a small/medium size enterprise
We Achieve This :
By providing the knowledge, skill and most essentially the attitude required for the overall self-development in the hospitality culture.

Eligibility for Admission :
The candidates applying for admission to the BHM program must have :
  • Successfully completed 10+2 or equivalent examination in any academic steam with minimum of 45 percent aggregate marks from a Higher Secondary Board or any other board recognized by Tribhuvan University
  • Must have studied English as a compulsory subject
Admission Procedure :
Candidates seeking admission to BHM course should apply in the prescribed form for entrance test within the stipulated time. The applicants should enclose with the application form, attested copies of
  • Certificate and testimonials of all examinations passed.
  • Equivalency, transfer and character certificates
  • Two recent passport size photographs.
  • Must have secure 40% marks in CMAT exam
Admission Test :
The applicants will be required to sit for an admission test designed to judge their abilities and aptitude for the program in the following areas :
  1. Group Discussion
  2. Personal Interview
Course Starts :
4th week of September each year
Attendance :
Students are required to have minimum of 80% attendance in each subject to appear in the semester examination. Students are also required to have a minimum of 80% attendance during industrial release in fifth semester.

Graduation Requirements:
After completion of eight semesters (four years), students must fulfill the following requirements to be eligible for a BHM degree.
  1. Successful completion of 126 credit hours of 2100 marks with passing grades in each of them
  2. Successful completion of Industrial Release Program and Project Work.
  3. Completion of courses for the fulfillment of BHM program must occur within twelve semesters from the date of admission.

1st Semester

S.No Course No. Course Credit Hour Internal Final Total
1 BHM English 3   Theory Practical 100
2 BHM Principles of Management 3       100
3 BHM Food Production and Patisserie I 3       100
4 BHM Food and Beverage Service 3       100
5 BHM House Keeping 3       100
Total 15       500

2nd Semester

S.No Course No. Course Credit Hour Internal Final Total
1 BHM Business Communication 3   Theory Practical 100
2 BHM Hotel Accounting 3       100
3 BHM Food Production and Patisserie II 3       100
4 BHM Food & Beverage Service II 3       100
5 BHM House Keeping Management 3       100
Total 15       500

3rd Semester

S.No Course No.   Credit Hour Internal Final Total
1 BHM Food Science & Nutrition 3   Theory Practical 100
2 BHM Cost & Management Accounting 3       100
3 BHM Food Production and Patisserie III 3       100
4 BHM Food & Beverage Service III 3       100
5 BHM Front Office 3       100
Total 15       500

4th Semester

S.No Course No.   Credit Hour Internal Final Total
1 BHM Human Resource Management 3   Theory Practical 100
2 BHM Food Production Management 3       100
3 BHM Food & Beverage Management 3       100
4 BHM Front Office Operations & Management II 3       100
5 BHM Financial Management 3       100
Total 15       500

5th Semester

S.No Course No.   Credit Hour Internal Final Total
1 BHM Hospitaity Marketing and Sales 3   Theory Practical 100
2 BHM Statistics 3       100
3 BHM Economics 3       100
4 BHM Fundamentals of Tourism 3       100
5 BHM Facility Planning and Management 3       100
6 BHM Management Information System 3        
Total 18       600

6th Semester

S.No Course No.   Credit Hour Internal Final Total
1 BHM Industrial Exposure 12   Theory Practical 400
2 BHM Internship Report 3       100
               
Total 15       500

7th Semester

S.No Course No.   Credit Hour Internal Final Total
1 BHM Industrial Exposure 12   Theory Practical 400
2 BHM Project Work 3       100
               
Total 15       500

8th Semester

S.No Course No.   Credit Hour Internal Final Total
1 BHM Legal Environment for Hospitaity 3   Theory Practical 100
2 BHM Organizational Behaviour 3       100
3 BHM Strategic Management 3       100
4 BHM Enterpreneurship for Hospitality 3       100
5 BHM Nepalese Scoiety and Politics 3       100
Elective Course (Any One) 3       100
1 BHM Cultural Resource of Tourism in Nepal          
2 BHM Quality Management          
Total 18       600

In total 126 credit hours .

Fee Structure

S.No Particular First Semester Second Semester Third Semester Fourth Semester Fifth Semester Sixth Semester Seventh
Semester
Eighth Semester
1 Admission & Registration 10,000/-              
2 Security Deposit 5,000/-              
3 Examination Charge (NATHM) 15,000/-              
4 Maintenance 5,000/-              
5 Tuition Fee (Includes expenses of practicals and T.U. annual service charge 95,000/- 1,00,000/- 1,00,000/- 1,00,000/- 1,00,000/- 20,000/- 15,000/- 10,000/-
  Total 1,30,000/- 1,00,000/- 1,00,000/- 1,00,000/- 1,00,000/- 20,000/- 15,000/- 10,000/-
Grand Total 5,75,000/-
  
All amounts are in Nepalese rupees. The above mentioned course fees are subject to change
  • The first installment of Rs. 1,30,000/- should be paid at the time of admission
  • All other installments should be paid within twenty one days of each semester commencement. (Failing which a late fee of Rs. 10/- per day will be charged till four weeks)
  • Students failing to pay the fee within the grace period of 4 weeks will net be allowed to seat in the class.
Tribhuvan University Examination Fee :
All applicable examination fees, to be determined by Tribhuvan University, must be paid before each semester examination.
Other Charges :
Cost for trips, sport events, cultural function etc. shall be calculated and collected on a pro-rata basis from the students at the time of event.
Note : Incase of accidents and injuries inflicted upon the students, the academy will provide first aid treatment as available at the academy.
 
Uniform :
General : White Shirt, Navy Blue Trousers, Blue Blazer, Tie, Black Shoes, Black Socks.
Kitchen : White Chef Coat, Checked Trousers, White Apron, White Scarf
House Keeping : White Long Coat
Restaurant : White Shirt, Black Trousers, Black Shoes, White Socks, Black Bow Tie, Waist Coat, White Coat.