BHMCT

The Institute offering four-years Bachelor Degree in Hotel Management and Catering Technology Programme.

Approval & Affiliation

Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Hotel Management & Catering Technology runs Four Years BHMCT programme as designed by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University - the affiliating University. The norms and standards for the delivery of the course - as laid down by the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), Ministry of HRD, and Government of India and the affiliating University - are followed at the institute. The BHMCT programme is divided into eight semesters each of five months duration.

Pedagogy

The aim of the Institute is to develop it as a centre of excellence in hospitality education, training its students to use multiple approaches to comprehend the nature of the hotel business and learn to work in cohesive manner in a team for achieving the objective of the industry.

The students are trained to use various approaches to analyse the industry and the competition in depth. They are groomed to industry norms. Different methods of teaching have been adopted for training such as case studies, lectures, seminars, group discussions, presentations, role playing etc and we prepare them as managers with path finding qualities and help them to become go-getters with objective decision making capabilities.

From the very first semester, students are sent for in-house training at the guesthouse and restaurant complex of the Trust Society to have the basic idea of operations in hotels.

The professional teaching methodology comprises of study through presentations made with LCD Projector and other training aids. Apart from class lectures, students have the facility to download study material from computers which enables faculty to interact with them to ensure better time management.

Intake and Reservation Policy of Seats

AICTE approved intake for the programme is 120. Out of which 85% seats are reserved for Delhi candidates and 15% for outside Delhi candidates.

Reservation

Reservation for specific categories shall be as per the guidelines of Government of NCT of Delhi.

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility for the admission to 4 years BHMCT programme as stipulated by GGSIP University requires:

  • Pass in 12th Class of 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and must also have passed English (core or elective or functional) as a subject.

Admission Procedure

The admissions are carried out strictly on merit basis through a Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. The University conducts central counselling for the college affiliated with it.

Commencement of Academic Session

  • Odd Semesters: Odd semesters commence on 1 August of every academic year and the end-term examinations are held in the month of December.
  • Even Semesters: Even semesters commence in the month of January of every academic year and the end-term examinations are held in the month of May -June.

Examination & Evaluation Procedure

Examinations are a method to judge the level of understanding of the subjects that have been taught to students at the Institute. The 4 year period is divided into 8 semesters.

The Examinations are divided into two:

  • Internal Examinations
  • External Examinations

The examination and evaluation is carried out according to the scheme laid down by GGSIP University. Every paper (for theory and practical) is of 100 marks. In every paper students are evaluated through an end term semester examination conducted by the university and through internal / continuous evaluation by the institute. The internal evaluation is conducted on the basis of written tests, presentations, assignments, seminars, projects, etc.

End Term semester
Examination by G.G.S.I.P.U.
Internal Examination by Institute
Theory (100) 75 25
Practical (100) 60 40

Pass percentage* in each paper is 40% (w.e.f. Batch 2015 onwards). If the student passes a paper, assigned credits for the paper shall be awarded to him.

The examination and evaluation are conducted as per the procedures as laid down by GGSIP University for BHMCT programme.

Re-appear & Maximum Duration

A student who fails in a paper (obtains less than 40% marks w.e.f. Batch 2015 onwards) shall be allowed to re-appear in an examination of the course in the subsequent year. The re-appearing students who secured less than 40% (w.e.f. Batch 2015 onwards) marks in the teacher’s continuous evaluation have the option to repeat and improve the class test performance with the next batch of students, in such cases the improved internal marks shall be accounted for.

Students who are eligible to reappear in an examination shall have to apply to the Controller of Examinations through the Institute to be allowed to reappear in an examination and pay the fees prescribed by the University. Maximum permissible period to complete BHMCT programme is six years (n+2) years, where ‘n’ stands for duration of course.

Note:- * Pass percentage for the batches till 2014-18 will be 50%

Course Structure

The Degree of Bachelor in Hotel Management and Catering Technology is awarded by the G.G.S.I.P. University, Delhi and is recognized by the UGC/AICTE.

Bachlore of Hotel Management and Catering Technology Curriculum ( w. e. f. 2008 onwards)

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Food Production & Patisserie-I Food Production & Patisserie-II
Front Office Operations -I Front Office Operations -II
Food & Beverage Service -I Food & Beverage Service-II
Housekeeping Operations-I Housekeeping Operations-II
Introduction to Book Keeping & Accounts Hygiene, Sanitation & First Aid
Introduction to the Hospitality Mgmt & Tourism Accountancy for Hospitality Industry
Business Communication PC Tools for Hospitality Industry-I
THIRD SEMESTER FOURTH SEMESTER
Food Production & Patisserie-III Food Production & Patisserie-IV
Front Office Operations III Front Office Operations IV
Food & Beverage Service-III Food & Beverage Service- IV
Housekeeping Operations III Housekeeping Operations-IV
Food Science & Nutrition Hotel Engineering
PC Tools for Hospitality Industry-II Material Management & Development
Tourism Product, Services & Management Principles of Management
Summer Training Report
Environmental Studies
FIFTH SEMESTER SIXTH SEMESTER
Food Production & Patisserie-V
Front Office Operations-V
Food & Beverage Service V
Housekeeping Operations V
Research Project Design & Methodology
Hotel Law & Licensing
Facility Planning
Functional Exposure Training
As per training Programme Designed followed by Project Report
and Project Presentation during Semester End Examination.
SEVENTH SEMESTER EIGHTH SEMESTER
Advance Food Production Management-I Advance Food Production Mgmt-II
Rooms Division Management -I Advance Rooms Division Mgmt-II
Advance Food & Beverage Service Management -I Advance Food & Beverage Services Management -II
Advance Housekeeping Operation Mgmt-I Entrepreneurship Development & Business Strategies
Financial Management - I Financial Management-II
Managing Hospitality Human Resources-I Managing Hospitality Human Resources-II
Hospitality Service Marketing & Sales Integrated Marketing Communication
Project Report
  1. *10 weeks Industrial Training after the end of 2nd Semester.
  2. ** 20 Weeks Functional Exposure Training during 6th Semester.

Note: The Total Credits of the BHMCT Programme is 223 credits. Each student should compulsorily be required to register himself / herself for all the courses of the programme and should therefore also appear in the Examination of all courses of the programme. The students would be eligible for the award of the degree if he/she is able to earn a minimum of 212 credits and he or she has successfully completed the courses on Summer Training Report (bhct 215), Functional Exposure Training Report (bhct 302) and Project Report (bhct- 460).

Clearance

All students are required to obtain clearance from the Institute before appearing for the End Term Exams failing which Admit Cards will not be issued to the students.

Clearance Involves:

  • Depositing the library books and library cards to the library.
  • Paying all outstanding dues.
  • Paying any fines for breakages, indiscipline etc.
  • Obtaining the log book (applicable to training students).
  • Vacating the lockers.

Fee Structure for 2017-18 onwards

The Institute follows the fee structure as prescribed by the State Level Fee Fixation Committee for the BHMCT programme for this Institute.

Fee structure for academic year 2017-18 comprises of the following elements:

(a) Academic Fee                                                     : Rs 99,000.00 per year
(b) University Fee                                                    : Rs 12,000.00 per year
(c) Student Activity Fee                                           : Rs 1,000.00 per year

Total                                                                            : Rs. 1,12,000.00 per year
(d) Security Deposit(at the time of admission)    : Rs 5,000.00 (Refundable, on completion of Course)

Grand Total                                                               : Rs. 1,17,000.00

The fee is payable once in a year for the entire academic year at the beginning of the academic session. First year fee is collected by the GGSIP University and the refund rules are governed by the University. In subsequent years the Institute collects the fee and the fee so collected is not refundable.

Security Deposit shall be refunded on completion of the course or withdrawal by applying for it. The Institution may deduct cost of replacement on loss of library book/document or any fine imposed by the Institute due to damage etc done individually/collectively to the property of the Institute or for indiscipline.