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    Hotel Management Syllabus & Subjects 2023

    Hotel Management Course Important Books

    To prepare for Hotel Management entrance exams, there are many books available in the market. Here are a few of those books with their author names:

    Book NameAuthors
    Hotel Management – JEE Entrance ExamCosmos Bookhive
    NCHMCT – JEE: National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology Joint Entrance ExamRPH Editorial Board
    Hotel Management Entrance Exam Guide: Entrance ExaminationRPH Editorial Board
    General Knowledge Manorama Yearbook
    Study Package Hotel Management & Hospitality Administration Entrance ExamArihant Publications
    Objective General EnglishSP Bakshi
    Quantitative AptitudeRS Aggarwal
    A New Approach to Reasoning Verbal and Non-VerbalB.S. Sijwali and Indu Sijwali
    Hotel ManagementRS Gupta
    Hotel Management Entrance Exam GuideRP Data son

    Hotel Management Courses Entrance Exam Syllabus

    There are typically 5 sections on entrance exams for courses in hotel management.
     

    • Numerical Ability
    • English Language
    • Reasoning, and Logical Deduction
    • General Knowledge & Current Affairs
    • Aptitude for Service Sector

    The questions cover a range of topics and are all objective-based. You can find a list of the subjects covered in these sections below:

    SubjectTopics Covered
    English Language
    • Cloze Test
    • Comprehension
    • Para Jumble
    • Cloze Test/ Passages
    • Synonyms/ Antonyms
    • Choosing the Appropriate Word
    • Spelling Check Idioms & Phrases
    • Re-arrangement of a Sentence
    General Awareness
    • Current Affairs
    Numerical Ability
    • Averages
    • Boats & Streams
    • Clocks
    • Decimal & Fractions
    • HCF & LCM
    • Line Graphs
    • Logarithms
    • Mensuration
    • Mixtures & Allegations
    • Time
    • Speed and Distance
    • Profit and Loss
    • Problem-based on Numbers
    • Ratio and Proportion
    • Partnership
    • Simple Interest Compound Interest
    Reasoning
    • Inserting the Missing Character
    • Time Sequence Test
    • Analytical Reasoning
    • Cause and Effect
    • Input and Output Arrangements
    • Seating Arrangements
    • Coded Inequalities
    • Decision Making
    • Logical Sequence of Words
    • Logical Venn Diagrams
    • Puzzle Test
    • Series Test
    • Syllogism
    • Analogies/ Decision-making
    • Coding/Decoding
    Aptitude for Service Sector
    • Hospitality Sector Questions


     

    Syllabus for Hotel Management Courses Distance Programs

    The entire Hotel Management Distance Education curriculum focuses on the instruction and practice of becoming an expert in delicious food presentation. The topics and curriculum for hotel management distance learning are the same as for conventional hotel management programmes. Food Production, Personality and Communication Development, Food and Beverage Service, Housekeeping, Laundry Operations, Food Science, Nutrition, and many other topics are a part of Distance Course in Hotel Management.

    Hotel Management Subjects

    The Hotel Management syllabus is mostly maintained in the majority of colleges and institutes across the country. While minor variations are common, the core of the subject list remains consistent throughout. The subjects in Hotel Management are primarily core subjects.

    Undergraduate Hotel Management Course Subjects

    Here is the list of subjects often taught in Undergraduate Hotel Management Course:

    Courses 

    Hotel Management Subjects 

    BSc in Hospitality and Hotel Administration

    • Introduction to Cookery
    • Culinary History
    • Hierarchy of Department and Kitchen
    • Culinary Terms
    • Aims & Objects of Cooking Food
    • Basic Principles of Food Production – I
    • Methods of Cooking Food

    Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM)

    • Food & Beverage Service
    • Kitchen Operations Management
    • Wines Fundamentals
    • Fundamentals of Management,
    • Marketing and Human Resource Management

    Bachelor in Hotel Management and Catering Technology (BHMCT)

    • Food and Beverages Services
    • Food Production and Patisserie
    • Front Office Management
    • Hospitality Accounts
    • Hospitality Sales & Marketing and Public Relations
    • Management of Ticketing and Fare
    • Housekeeping Management and Room Maintenance etc.

    BA in Hotel Management

    • General Operations
    • Sales and Marketing
    • Front Office
    • Food and Beverage
    • Service Keeping and Catering

    BA (Hons) in Hotel Management

    • Tourism & Hospitality Management Foundation
    • Food and Beverage Operations
    • Food Production Operations
    • Property Management Systems
    • Accommodation Management
    • Personal Development Planning (PDP)
    • Hotel Interface/ Hotel Exposure
    • Management of Hospitality Organisations
    • Business Finance
    • Marketing Management
    • Human Resource Management
    • Meetings, Incentives, Conferences & Exhibition Management (Open)
    • Food & Beverage Enterprise Management (Open)
    • Facilities Management (Open)
    • Strategic Management
    • Hotel Operations Management
    • Corporate Governance
    • Managing Innovation & Change (Open)
    • Digital & Marketing Communication (Open)

    BBA in Hospitality, travel & tourism

    • Business Organisation 
    • Fundamentals of Travel and Tourism  
    • Business Mathematics 
    • Business Accounting   
    • Business Communication -I    
    • Business Computing   
    • Marketing Management      
    • Business Communication-II
    • Research Methodology and Report Writing    
    • Business Law
    • Marketing Communication
    • Financial Management
    • Consumer Behavior and Market Research
    • Business Economics II 
    • Travel Agency and Tour Operations
    • Human Resource Management
    • Essentials of Strategy Management
    • Entrepreneurship & Venture Management
    • Food & Beverage Management

    BA (Hons) in Culinary Arts

    • Culinary Management Foundation
    • Food and Beverage Operations
    • Food Production Operations
    • Property Management Systems
    • Nutrition, Health & Safety Management
    • Personal Development Planning (PDP)
    • Hotel Interface / Hotel Exposure
    • Management of Hospitality Organisations
    • Business Finance
    • Marketing Management
    • Human Resource Management
    • Meetings, Incentives, Conferences & Exhibition Management (Open)
    • Contemporary Gastronomy (Open)
    • Facilities Management (Open)
    • Strategic Management
    • Culinary Operations Management
    • Global Cuisine Management
    • Digital & Marketing Communication (Open)
    • Culinary Innovation Management (Open)
    • Global Events & Festivals (Open)
    • Corporate Governance (Open)


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Postgraduate Hotel Management Course Subjects

    The hotel management subjects that are taught in courses offered at the PG level are listed below:

    Courses 

    Hotel Management Courses 

    Master of Hotel Management (MHM)

    • Principles and Practices of Management
    • Organizational Behaviour
    • Accommodation Management
    • Food and Beverage Management
    • Food Science
    • French Language
    • Nutrition and Dietetics Management
    • Communication and Soft Skills
    • Human Resource Management
    • Marketing Management
    • Applied Operations Research
    • Financial Management Facilities
    • Design and Management
    • Hospitality Management
    • Food and Beverage Management
    • Accommodation Management
    • Marketing and Sales
    • Fundamentals of Tourism and Tourism Products
    • Strategic Management
    • Management Institute System (MIS)

    Master in Tourism and Hotel Management (MTHM)

    • Service Management for Tourism and Hospitality Industry
    • Hospitality Operations and Management
    • Tourism Management
    • Quantitative Methods for Business
    • Sales Management
    • Marketing in Tourism and Hospitality Industry
    • Financial Management in Tourism and Hospitality
    • Strategic and Sustainable Management in Tourism and Hospitality
    • Gaming and Casino Management
    • Revenue Management and Hotel Analytics
    • Strategic Brand Management

    MSc in Tourism and Hospitality Management

    • Quality Service and Operations Management
    • Food and Beverage Management
    • Tourism Management
    • Tourism Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management
    • International Hospitality Business
    • Research and Quantitative Methods
    • Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations
    • Financial and Management Accounting
    • Tourism and Hospitality Marketing
    • Sociology of Tourism
    • Property Management
    • Strategic Planning and Management in Tourism and Hospitality Business
    • Infrastructure Management
    • Decision Making Under Uncertainty
    • Event Planning and Management
    • Sustainable Tourism Development

    MBA Hospitality Management

    • Organisational Theory & Management
    • Hospitality & Tourism Management
    • Food & Beverage Management & Control
    • Principles of Operation Management
    • Financial Management
    • Marketing Management
    • Customer Relationship Management
    • Quantitative Applications in Management
    • Marketing Research & Report Preparation
    • Economic Analysis
    • Business Environment & Law
    • Accounting for Management
    • Food Science & Dietetic Management
    • Computer Applications
    • Business Communication
    • Behavioural Science
    • Strategic Management
    • Management in Action-Social, Economic & Ethical Issues
    • Facility Planning, Design & Management
    • Total Quality Management
    • Accommodation Management
    • Marketing of Services
    • Front Office Management
    • Public Relations & Corporate Images
    • Event & Conference Management
    • Recruitment, Selection, Training & Development
    • Hospitality Law
    • Advertising & Sales Promotions
    • Brand Management
    • Service Operation Management
    • Foreign Language: French, German, Spanish, Japanese & Chinese

    MBA Hotel Management

    • Principles of Tourism and Hotel Management
    • Financial accounting for Tourism and Hotel Business
    • Managerial Communication
    • Tourism Products of India
    • Front Office Management Theory
    • Food Production and Beverage Service
    • Bakery and Confectionary Theory
    • Central Reservation System Procedure
    • Travel Management
    • Human Resource Management
    • Entrepreneurship Development
    • Tourism Hospitality and Marketing Management
    • Tourism Planning
    • Food Safety & Nutrition
    • Cargo Management
    • IT for Tourism and Hotel
    • Research Methodology
    • Customer Relationship and Service Management
    • Legal Framework for Tourism and Hotel
    • Hotel Facility Management


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Diploma/Certificate in Hotel Management Subjects

    Subjects that are taught in Diploma or Certificate Course in Hotel Management are listed below:

    Courses 

    Hotel Management Courses 

    Diploma in Hotel Management and Catering Technology

    • Foundation Course in Food Production
    • Foundation Course in Food and Beverage Service
    • Foundation Course in Front Office Operation
    • Foundation Course in Accommodation Operation
    • Application of Computers Hotel Engineering
    • Basic Nutrition and Principles of Food Science
    • Basic Accountancy Communication Skill
    • Food Production Operations
    • Food and Beverage Service Operations
    • Front Office Operation Accommodation Operations
    • Food and Beverage Controls
    • Hotel Accountancy Food Safety and Quality
    • Research Methodology Management in Tourism
    • Communication Skills in English
    • Human Resource Management
    • Principles of Food Science Accountancy
    • Communication
    • Foundation Course in Tourism
    • Advance Food Production Operations
    • Advance F and B Operations
    • Front Office Management
    • Accommodation Management
    • Research Project
    • Tourism Marketing
    • Financial Management
    • Strategic Management
    • Facility Planning

    Diploma in Hotel Management

    • Language
    • Front office operation
    • Basic food production
    • Basic food and beverage service
    • Nutrition food science
    • Accommodation operation
    • Health Hygiene
    • Food and beverage management
    • Quality food production
    • Beverage operations
    • Principles of management
    • Principles of Accounting
    • Hotel maintenance
    • Environmental studies
    • Quantity food production
    • Advanced food production
    • Advance beverage services
    • Front office management
    • Facility planning
    • Hotel law
    • Hotel financial management
    • Research Methodology
    • Marketing sales management
    • Applications of computer

    PG Diploma in Hospitality Management

    • Introduction of Hospitality Management
    • Management Functions & Behaviour
    • Customer Relationship Management
    • HRM in Hospitality
    • Environmental Issues in Hospitality
    • Hospitality Supervision and Management
    • Room Division Management
    • Food & Beverage Management

    Diploma in Cabin Crew Services and Hospitality Management

    • Common Aviation
    • Cabin Crew
    • Air Ticketing & Reservations
    • Meal & Beverage Services
    • First Aid
    • Hospitality
    • Personality Development

    Post Graduate Diploma in Accommodation Operation

    • House Keeping Operation
    • Interior Decoration
    • Hygiene and Hotel Maintenance
    • Communication
    • Computer Awareness

    Certificate in Aviation and Hospitality Management

    • Introduction to Aviation
    • Fire Fighting
    • Dangerous Goods
    • Airport/ Aircraft Security- Basic Avsec
    • First Aid
    • Ground/ Inflight Handling procedures/ Equipment
    • Inflight Checks/ Aircraft Parts/ Flight Emergency
    • Airline Departments/ Regulatory authorities
    • IATA codes
    • Baggage Handling/ tracing

    Certificate in Hotel Management

    • Hotel Grading System
    • Bakery and Patisserie
    • Food and Beverage Control
    • Room Division Management
    • Retail Operation and Entrepreneurship Development
    • Event and Disaster Management
    • Resort Designing Development and Management
    • Bar and Beverage Management

    Certificate in Housekeeping

    • Housekeeping Operation
    • Housekeeping Department
    • Housekeeping Procedures
    • Hotel Guest Room
    • Cleaning Science
    • Cleaning Equipment
    • Care and cleaning of different surfaces

    International Certificate in Food Preparation

    • Kitchen Fundamentals
    • Intermediate Kitchen Operations
    • Cold Kitchen and Party Operations
    • Indian Cuisine
    • Oriental Cuisine
    • International Cuisine
    • Bakery, Patisserie, and Desserts
    • Food and Beverage Management
    • Communication and IT Skills

    Hotel Management Course Year Wise Syllabus

    The Hotel Management course syllabus is designed to provide students with all of the necessary information to help them succeed in their chosen careers. The Hotel Management syllabus is designed to produce skilled professionals to make significant contributions in the hotel management industry.

    The table below lists the course outlines for a variety of hotel management programmes, including certificate programmes, bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees. Students should note that the syllabus of a hotel/ hospitality management course varies from college to college.

    Hotel Management Syllabus for Online Certificate Courses

    Making a career in the hotel management industry appears to be very appealing, but it is also very expensive in most places. The online certification courses allow you to pursue your preferred certificate course in hotel management at a low cost. The table below lists the syllabus for the hotel management certificate programme.

    Hotel Management FundamentalsHotel Management Operations
    Hotel Marketing StrategiesFundamentals of Hospitality Revenue Management
    Front Desk OperationsHotel Management - Understand the Rooms division
    Hotel Management - Food and Beverage

     

    Hotel Management Syllabus for Bachelor Courses

    Bachelor of Hotel Management course syllabus is divided into six semesters that are spread out over a duration of three years. To ensure that students acquire the necessary knowledge and skills in the Operational Areas of Catering, Front Office Operation, Food Production, Food and Beverage Service, and Housekeeping, the Bachelor of Hotel Management subjects in the curriculum include in-depth laboratory work. The goal of the BHM course is to give students access to all the crucial knowledge they require to succeed in their chosen career paths. 

    The Hotel Management course syllabus includes a lot of core subjects and electives that are intended to teach skills in a variety of hospitality-related fields, including Cooking, Presentation, and Communication. The BHM subject list for each semester is provided below:

    BHM First Year Syllabus
    Semester ISemester II
    Foundation Course in Food Production IFoundation Course in Food Production II
    Foundation Course in Food & Beverage Service IFoundation Course in Food & Beverage service II
    Foundation Course in Front Office - IFoundation Course in Front Office II
    Foundation Course in Accommodation Operations IFoundation Course in Accommodation Operations II
    Application of ComputersNutrition
    Hotel EngineeringAccountancy
    Principles of Food ScienceCommunication
    -Foundation Course in Tourism
    BHM Second Year Syllabus
    Semester IIISemester IV
    Food Production OperationsIndustrial Training
    Food & Beverage OperationsManagement in Tourism
    Front Office OperationsCommunications Skills in English
    Accommodation OperationsHuman Resource Management
    Food & Beverage ControlsFood Safety & Quality
    Hotel AccountancyResearch Methodology
    BHM Third Year Syllabus
    Semester VSemester VI
    Advanced Food Production OperationsStrategic Management
    Advanced Food & Beverage OperationsResearch Project
    Front Office ManagementGuest speakers/self-study
    Accommodation ManagementFood & Beverage Management
    -Facility Planning


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Hotel Management Syllabus for Masters Courses

    The Master of Hotel Management course subjects are divided into two parts: a mandatory set of subjects covering all foundation areas in hotel administration and an elective set of subjects aimed at developing job-specific skills and knowledge. They may differ slightly depending on the university or college. The following is the semester-wise Master of Hotel Management syllabus:

    MHM First Year Syllabus
    Semester ISemester II
    Principles and Practices of ManagementNutrition and Dietetics Management
    Organizational BehaviourCommunication and Soft Skills
    Accommodation ManagementHuman Resource Management
    Food and Beverage ManagementMarketing Management
    Food ScienceApplied Operations Research
    French for Hotel ManagementPractical
    MHM Second Year Syllabus
    Semester IIISemester IV
    Financial Management FacilitiesMarketing and Sales
    Design and ManagementFundamentals of Tourism and Tourism Products
    Hospitality ManagementStrategic Management
    Workshop on Executive CommunicationManagement Institute System MIS
    Food and Beverage ManagementPractical in MIS
    Accommodation ManagementProject and Viva
    PracticalFinal Research

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Hotel Management Syllabus for PhD 


    Students interested in pursuing a career in hospitality management and conducting research in this field will benefit from this course. The PhD Hospitality course combines business knowledge with high-level hospitality concepts. Students will learn about various aspects of hospitality such as Hotel Management, Tourism etc. through this course.

    Hotel Management Course Syllabus & Subjects Overview

    Hospitality industries such as Hotels, Guest Services, Cooking, Front Office Management, etc. are covered in hotel management courses. Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM) and Master of Hotel Management (MHM) are well-known and highly sought-after hotel management programmes. Students who want to pursue a career in hotel management can enroll in any number of hotel management courses, including Certificate programmes, Bachelor’s degrees, Master’s degrees, and Doctoral degrees.

    The undergraduate Hotel Management course subjects are intended to introduce students to all of the important topics and aspects of Hospitality, Hotel Management, and the Leisure industry. Bachelor of Hotel Management subjects include English Communication Skills, Tourism Management, Food Safety and Quality, Research Methodology, and Human Resource Management. Whereas, the MBA in Hotel Management course syllabus aims to train students in various hotel industry areas such as Food and Beverages, Events and Meetings, Tourism Facilities, Lodging, Entertainment, and so on. In conclusion, the Hotel Management course syllabus is designed to produce professionals in the hotel management industry.

    Hotel Management Course Structure

    The Hotel Management course syllabus is created in such a way that the programme primarily consists of topics that begin with the basic information and then cover all of the significant aspects, along with elective subjects, providing students with the knowledge specifically related to work in the job sectors. A student's mind is sharpened in this field to overcome the daily challenges they face in their job, their studies, and other similar aspects. A glimpse of Hotel Management Course Structure is provided below:

    • IV- VI Semesters
    • Core Subjects
    • Elective Subjects
    • Management Subjects
    • Internships
    • Practical Workshops & Training

    Hotel Management Courses Teaching Methodology and Techniques

    Both theoretical and practical teaching methods are included in the HM teaching methodology and techniques. Classroom-based instructions are one of the many conventional methods of teaching. Students also have the chance to take part in internships, which give them the chance to work in a real-world environment. The following are the general teaching methods and techniques:

    • Traditional Classroom-Based Teaching
    • Practical Workshops
    • Seminars
    • Internships

    Hotel Management Projects

    Students pursuing an Hotel Management degree are required to work on research projects. These assignments assist the students in learning more in-depth information about their course. Here are a few of the Hotel Management topics often chosen by students for their research projects:

    • Principles of Food Science
    • History of Hotel Management
    • Catering Industry in the First World
    • Assessing the Strategies Of Production Planning and Inventory Control in Hospitality Industry
    • Human Resource Management in the Hotel and Catering Industry
    • Assessing the Effect of Service Performance of Hotel Staff in Bida Local Government Area
    • The Marketing of Hotel Service in Warri Metropolis (A Case Study of Royal Ark Hotel Limited
    • A Survey of the Effects of Fringe Benefits on Employees Performance in The Hospitality Industry (A Case Study of Sofitel de Moor House, Ikoyi Lagos)

    FAQs about Hotel Management Course Syllabus

    What different types of hotel management are there?

    The various branches of hotel management include Catering Technology, Culinary, Tourism Management, Hospitality, Housekeeping, Food and Beverage, etc.

    Hotel Management lasts for how long?

    In India, there are numerous programmes in hotel management. While degree programmes typically take three to four years to complete, diploma programmes typically last six months to three years.

    Is a Hotel Management Course good for the future?

    In contrast to other industries, the hotel management sector allows an aspirant to work anywhere in the world with the right knowledge and training. Given the numerous job and career opportunities it presents, it is undoubtedly a course of golden opportunity.

    After graduation, I plan to pursue a career in hotel management. What are the required qualifications?

    Students who want to pursue a career in hotel management are required to possess either a graduate or postgraduate degree in hotel management. They also need to be equipped with the required skill set.

    What if I fail in a Hotel Management Course?

    If an individual fails the hotel management paper, he/ she has to sit for re-examinations, improvement exams, or any other mode of tests conducted by the educational institute.
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    Navneet, Student / Alumni

    After 12th you can directly opt for Bsc. hotel Management, there are many universities which offers Bsc.HM courses. Lovely Professional University School of Hotel Management and Tourism is among India's best Hotel Management and Tourism colleges that grooms students through industry endorsed curriculum and intensive service oriented practicals with industry exposure in excellent infrastructure. Students are surrounded by peers from 70+ countries giving them an international edge. The school provides students with simulation labs, aviation labs, restaurant training labs, basic and advanced training kitchen labs that expose the students to real-life situations and environment. The school provides students with simulation labs, aviation labs, restaurant training labs, basic and advanced training kitchen labs that expose the students to real-life situations and environment. The School is conducting various workshops through which students are learning the live technical skills through tactical experiences. University has university HOTEL managed by students. All guest of LPU stays in our hotel and its a opportunity provided to students to have hands on experience and learn simultaneously. They are ready for industry now. LPU students of the School of Hotel Management and Tourism have got 100% placement with prestigious global establishments this year. LPU previous year students of passing out batch have been placed at allowances/salary up to Rs 22.5 Lacs per annum. Their employers are a top hotel, resorts, palaces groups and airways including Ritz-Carlton (USA), Qatar Airways (Doha), Oberoi Group, Zuri, Grand Hyatt, Sarovar, Bercos and more. Many of them have already joined their duties in top countries and Indian Cities at coveted posts. M.Sc. Hotel Management student Vanish Vikas Diwikar has been selected by worlds Top Hotel Company Ritz-Carlton (USA) at Rs 22.5 Lacs allowances per annum. I hope this answer will help you!
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    priyal gogna, Student / Alumni

    Hi there, I am afraid I have no clue of the IHM Kolkata. However, being an LPUs faculty, I can tell you about LPUs hotel management program. A hotel management system is a set of hotel software solutions that keep operations flowing. Good management can really make a huge difference by improving the productivity and efficiency of your hotel. LPU’s Hotel Management and Tourism Discipline prepares the students through an industry-endorsed curriculum and intensive service-oriented practicals with industry exposure in excellent infrastructure. The eligibility for the course is Pass with 50% aggregate marks in 10+2 (with English) or equivalent, subject to qualifying LPUNEST. There are students from over 70+ countries on the campus. The School trains its students in the campus hotel named University Hotel of 25 rooms hosting national and international guests where students practice along with the staff. The School has five modern kitchens with two bakeries. All kitchens and bakeries are equipped to enable students to perform scientifically and to attain their best of learning through most modern gadgets. We have four training restaurants to teach students about the authentic serving style of food and beverage. LPU labs are equipped with one front office laboratory, two housekeeping laboratories, two computer laboratories with 60 computers, and a simulation laboratory for aviation. LPU Hotel Management and Tourism Discipline is the gamut of research activities that make it a unique academic environment that stimulates creativity and critical thinking and provides impetus to recruiting, supporting, and developing highly-skilled motivated researchers. It is worth noticing that to motivate students, LPU keeps on organizing different workshops & events and also invites top personalities from the industry. LPU students of the School of Hotel Management and Tourism have got 100% placement with prestigious global establishments this year. LPU students of the year 2015 passing out batch have been placed at allowances/salary up to Rs 22.5 Lakh per annum. Their employers are top hotels, resorts, palaces’ groups, and airways including ‘Ritz-Carlton’ (USA), Qatar Airways (Doha), Oberoi Group, Zuri, Grand Hyatt, Hyatt, Sarovar, Broncos, and more. Many of them have already joined their duties in top countries and Indian Cities at coveted posts. The highest salary offered was 8.5 LPA.
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    priyal gogna, Student / Alumni

    A hotel management system is a set of hotel software solutions that keep operations flowing. Good management can really make a huge difference by improving the productivity and efficiency of your hotel. LPU’s Hotel Management and Tourism Discipline prepares the students through an industry-endorsed curriculum and intensive service-oriented practicals with industry exposure in excellent infrastructure. The eligibility for the course is Pass with 50% aggregate marks in 10+2 (with English) or equivalent, subject to qualifying LPUNEST. There are students from over 70+ countries on the campus. The School trains its students in the campus hotel named University Hotel of 25 rooms hosting national and international guests where students practice along with the staff. The School has five modern kitchens with two bakeries. All kitchens and bakeries are equipped to enable students to perform scientifically and to attain their best of learning through most modern gadgets. We have four training restaurants to teach students about the authentic serving style of food and beverage. LPU labs are equipped with one front office laboratory, two housekeeping laboratories, two computer laboratories with 60 computers, and a simulation laboratory for aviation. LPU Hotel Management and Tourism Discipline is the gamut of research activities that make it a unique academic environment that stimulates creativity and critical thinking and provides impetus to recruiting, supporting, and developing highly-skilled motivated researchers. It is worth noticing that to motivate students, LPU keeps on organizing different workshops & events and also invites top personalities from the industry. LPU students of the School of Hotel Management and Tourism have got 100% placement with prestigious global establishments this year. LPU students of the year 2015 passing out batch have been placed at allowances/salary up to Rs 22.5 Lakh per annum. Their employers are top hotels, resorts, palaces’ groups, and airways including ‘Ritz-Carlton’ (USA), Qatar Airways (Doha), Oberoi Group, Zuri, Grand Hyatt, Hyatt, Sarovar, Broncos, and more. Many of them have already joined their duties in top countries and Indian Cities at coveted posts. The highest salary offered was 8.5 LPA.

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