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In the hotel industry, there are four major departments:
 
Food and Beverage Production:

This department is responsible for the preparation of all kinds of menus and serves in the house. The department conducts food festivals and responsible for innovating new dishes. This department is called as the 'Soul' of the Hotel Industry.

Food and Beverage Services:

It is also called charming department in the industry. It serves different types of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. It plays a major role in satisfying the needs of the guest.

 

Front Office:

It is the first department where the guest is welcomed with a red carpet. This department is responsible for registering and assigning the room, and accounting from the guest.

 

Housekeeping

Numerically speaking, housekeeping is the largest department in the hotel, responsible for the preparation of the guest rooms, and upkeep and cleanliness of all public areas of the hotel.

 
Course Curriculum

Semester I

Communicative Languages
Hospitality Communication-1
Food & Beverage Production-1
Food & Beverage Service-1
Front Office-1
House Keeping-1
Hotel Financial Accounting


Semester II

Communicative Languages
Hospitality Communication-II
Food & Beverage Production-II
Food & Beverage Service-II
Hygiene & food Safety
Management Principles & Practices
Environmental Science


Semester III

Communicative Languages
French-1
Food & Beverage Production-III
Food & Beverage Service-III
Front Office-II
House Keeping-II
Fundamentals of Computers


Semester IV

Communicative Languages
French-II
Food & Beverage Production-IV
Food & Beverage Service-IV
Front Office-III
House Keeping-III
Indian Constitution


Semester V

Industrial Practinum
Project Report On Operational Aspects of Star Hotels


Semester VI

Professional Elective
Food & Beverage Production Operations
Food & Beverage Service Operations
Front Office Operations
House Keeping Operations
Sales & Marketing Operations
Hotel Economics & Statistics
Hospitality Law
French-III



Semester VII

Food and Beverage Production Management
Food and Beverage Service Management
Travel & Tourism Management
Hotel Costing
Organizational Management
Entrepreneurship Development
Computers in Hospitality Services – 1


Semester VIII

Allied Hospitality Management
Accommodations Management
Marketing of Hospitality Services
Financial Management in Hotels
Project on Marketing Feasibility & Fin. Viability
Computers in Hospitality Services-II

BBA: Bachelor of Business Administration

Course Curriculum

Semester I

Communicative Language
English
Fundamentals of Accounting
Business Organization and Environment
Quantitative methods for Business I
Management Process
Foundation Course
CC & EC


Semester II

Communicative Language
English
Financial Accounting
Quantitative Methods for Business II
Organizational Behavior
Production and Operations Management
Foundation Course
CC & EC


Semester III

Communicative Language
Soft Skills for Business
Corporate Accounting
Human Resource Management
Business Regulations
Corporate Environment
Business Ethics
SDC
CC & EC


Semester IV

Communicative Language
Business Research Methods
Marketing Management
Financial Management
Services Management
Banking Regulations & Operations
Cost Accounting
SDC
CC & EC

Semester V

Entrepreneurial Management
Computer Application in Business
Investment Management
Management Accounting
Elective Paper 1
Elective Paper II
SDC



Semester VI

International Business
E-Business
Income Tax
Strategic Management
Elective Paper III
Elective Paper IV
SDC

B.Com: Bachelor of Commerce

Course Curriculum

Semester I

English
Financial Accounting
Indian Financial System
Marketing and Service Management
Corporate Administration or Methods and Techniques for Business Decisions
Foundation Course
CC & EC



Semester II

Communication Language
English
Advanced Financial Accounting
Retail Management
Banking Law and Operations
Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions- 1
Foundation Course
CC & EC


Semester III

Communication Language
English
Corporate Accounting
Financial Management
Business Ethics
Quantitative Analysis for Business
Decisions II
Public Relations and Corporate
Foundation Course
CC & EC



Semester IV

Communicative Language
English
Advanced Corporate Accounting
Cost Accounting
E- Business and Accounting
Stock and Commodity Market
Principles of Event Management
Foundation Course
CC & EC

Semester V

Entrepreneurship Development
International Financial Reporting standards
Income Tax 1
Costing Methods
Elective 1
Elective II
SDC



Semester VI

Business Regulations
Principles and Practice of Auditing
Income Tax II
Management Accounting
Elective III
Elective IV
SDC

BCA & M.Com Approval Awaited (to be included)