Hotel Management as a stream of management has gained prominence lately especially in the past decade and some of its success can be attributed to a booming tourism industry in India. Today, hotels are used not only for tourism but also for seminars and conferences. The students of hotel management must have a thorough understanding of different cultures, religions and places. It will help them understand the needs of different people as well. Increase in hotels and tourists all over the country has also resulted in the demand for trained people.
The hotel industry is a crucial part of the hospitality industry with huge growth potential in the near future. The demand for hotel management professionals 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. Apart from its glamour, a career in hotel management has become lucrative and exciting, attracting more and more students to opt for it.
Hotel management jobs embrace multiple skills like food and potable service, front workplace operation,sales and selling, accounting etc. several government faculties and personal institutes in Asian country supply certificate, credentials or degree courses in edifice management.
Hotel management courses in India train students in various facets of the industry like,
The edifice management courses prepare students to face all the various challenges of the trade. In India, the edifice management course provides coaching in edifice and cordial reception trade.
Courses after 12th
BHM (Bachelor of Hotel Management)
BHMCT (Bachelor of Hotel Management and Catering Technology)
B.SC - Hotel Management
B.SC - Hospitality and Hotel Management
B.SC in Hotel Management and Catering Technology
Courses after 12th (DIPLOMA)
Diploma in Hotel Management and Catering Technology
Diploma in Hospitality Management
Diploma - Bakery and Confectionery
Certificate Program in Food Production
ADHM (Advanced Diploma in Hotel Management)
Diploma in Hotel Management, Catering Technology and Tourism (DHMCTT)
Diploma in Bakery
Courses after Graduation
MBA in Hotel Management
MBA - Tourism and Hotel Management
M.Sc - Hotel Management
Master of Hotel Management
PGDHM ( PGD in Hotel Management)
M.Sc in Hospitality and Hotel Management
M.Sc in Hotel and Hospitality Management
Minimum qualification necessary for a hotel management course is 10+2. Depending on the cost and duration of the course, one can opt for a certificate, diploma or degree course.
Certificate courses can be of six months to one year duration, a diploma of two years and a degree course of three year duration.
Selection for government recognized colleges and institutes is done through the common entrance test held in April every year. The test consists of multiple choice questions in English, Reasoning, General Science and General knowledge.
NCHM JEE 2020 (Both UG and PG)
AIMA UGAT 2020 (Only UG)
UPSEE BHMCT 2020 (Only UG)
MAH CET HM 2020 (Only UG)
WBJEE HM 2020 ( Only UG)
AIHMCT WAT (Only UG)
PUTHAT 2020 (Only UG)
CUET 2020 (Only UG)
IPU CET 2020 (Only UG)
Hotel Run Exams
Oberoi STEP (Both UG and PG)
IHM AURANGABAD (Only UG)
TOP HOTEL MANAGEMENT COLLEGES IN INDIA
Institute of Hotel Management - MUMBAI
Institute of Hotel Management - NEW DELHI
Institute of Hotel Management - Bangalore
Institute of Hotel Management - Kolkata
International Institute of Hotel Management - Kolkata
Institute of Hotel Management - Chennai
Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Hotel Management - Chandigarh
Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology - Trivandrum
Oberoi Centre for Learning and Development - New Delhi
Army Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology - Bangalore
Apart from jobs in Hotels and restaurants, hotel management diploma holders /graduates can find good jobs in:
Airline Catering (flight kitchen) and Cabin Services
Cruise Ship Hotel Management
Hospital administration and catering
Hotel and Tourism Associations (for eg: state tourism development corporations)
Hospitality services in the Indian Navy
Hospitality services in various MNCs
Guest Houses, resorts
Kitchen Management (in hotels or running canteens in college, schools, in factories, company guest houses etc.)
Catering departments of railways, banks, armed forces, shipping companies etc.
Hotel and catering institutes (as a management trainee/ marketing or sales executive)
Self employment (as an entrepreneur)
Upon completion of a diploma or degree course in Hotel Management, one can get into the industry as a trainee and then be absorbed into various positions after completing the training. The entry level salary of a Hotel Management graduate can be around Rs.7000 to Rs.10,000 and can increase with growing experience in the field.
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