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The MS Ramaiah College of Hotel Management was founded in 1993.

The College has affiliated to the Bangalore University. The College also approved to AICTE.

The college offers the bachelor of Hotel Management course. The College offers the bachelor degree course in two disciplines.

Food & Beverage Management
Accommodation Management

It is a four years degree program. The candidates who want to take admission in the Bachelor degree program, they must have 10+2 passed with minimum 50% marks.

Now I am attaching the application for to get admission. So if you want to get admission in the program, you can download the application form.

MS Ramaiah College of Hotel Management BHM Application Form
www.msrchm.edu/common/doc/application.doc

I am providing the contact details of the College. If you have any query, you can contact them.

Contact Details
MS Ramaiah College of Hotel Management
M S Ramaiah Nagar,
Mathikere, Bangalore,
Karnataka
Tel: 080-23601829
Fax: 080- 23601815
Mail: principal @ msrchm.edu

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Here I am telling you details for the MS Ramaiah College of Hotel Management, Bangalore


Course offered :
4 YEAR BHM DEGREE

Syllabus :
CORE OPERATIONAL SUBJECTS:

> Food and Beverage Production
> Food and Beverage Service
> Front Office
> Housekeeping

ANCILLARY SUBJECTS:
> Hotel financial Accounting
> Business Statistics
> Hotel Economics
> Management Principles & Practice
> Organisational Behaviour
> Hotel Costing
> Marketing in Hospitality Services
> Financial Management in Hotels
> Entrepreneurship Development
> Business Law
> Travel and Tourism Management
> Food Science and Nutrition
> Hygiene and Sanitation
> Environmental Studies & Facility Planning
> Computers in Hospitality Services
> Indian Constitution
> Environmental Studies
> Communicative English/ General English
> French
> Optional Languages

Elective-I : Food & Beverage Management (F&B Production & F&B Service)
Elective-II : Accommodation Management (Front Office & Housekeeping)

REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO BACHELOR OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT DEGREE – SEMESTER SCHEME

1. ELIGIBILITY:
Students who have completed two – year pre-university (class XII or 10 + 2) course of Karnataka state or equivalent there to, are eligible to seek admission to the BHM degree course.

2. DURATION OF THE COURSE:

The course of study for the BHM degree shall extend over a period of four academic years, each academic year comprising of two semesters, and excluding the duration of the examinations, each semester comprising sixteen weeks of class work. The candidate shall complete his/her BHM degree within eight semesters from the date of admission to the first semester of the course.

3. INDUSTRIAL EXPOSURE:
The course being professional the students are required to undergo industrial exposure in the 5th and 6th semester of the programme.
• 5th semester training is to introduce the students to the operational aspects of a star hotel (3 star and above) and he/she is preferably exposed to the four core departments of the hotel. The duration of the training is for 16 weeks starting in June and ending in September.
• 6th semester specialized training is to train the student in a specific area of the hospitality and allied industry. This training is for 12 weeks starting in November and ending in February. The student is required to get the approval of the Board of Examiners before proceeding for training to ensure quality.

4. MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTIONS:
The medium of instructions and examination shall be either in Kannada or English.

5. SUBJECTS OF STUDY:
A candidate for the BHM degree course shall seek to study the subjects stated under clause 6.

6. ATTENDANCE:
a. For the purpose of calculating attendance, each semester shall be taken as a unit
b. A student shall be considered to have satisfied the requirements of attendance for the semester, if he/she has attended in aggregate 75% of the number of working periods in each of the subjects.
c. A student who fails to complete the course in the manner started above shall not be permitted to take the university examinations.


7. COURSE STRUCTURE OBJECTIVES:
• To develop the right skills necessary in hospitality and allied industries so as to meet the requirements according to the industry expectations.
• To develop the required skills in Food & Beverage Production.
• To develop the required skills in Food & Beverage Service.
• To develop the required skills in House Keeping & Front Office operations.
• To develop the required skills in Sales and Marketing, General Management, Entrepreneurship, Revenue Management,
• To develop the required skills in communication for a better career in the Hospitality Industry.
• To provide the basic knowledge in hygiene, food safety & nutrition in line with International standards.
• To enable the candidates to manage any hospitality, tourism and other allied industries.

8. SCHEME OF EXAMINATION:
There shall be a university examination at the end of each semester. The maximum marks for the university examination in each theory paper shall be 100. Practical exams are out of 50.
Internal Grading would be done as per Bangalore University Norms.

9. APPEARANCE FOR THE EXAMINATION:
a. A candidate shall apply for all the papers in each examination when he/she appears for the first time. A candidate shall be considered to have appeared for the examination only if he/she has submitted the prescribed application for the examination along with the required fees to the university.
b. A candidate who is permitted to seek admission to the particular degree course on transfer from any other university should study and pass the subjects which are prescribed by the university. Such candidates shall not how ever be eligible for the award of overall class or ranks.

10. MINIMUM FOR A PASS:

Candidates who have obtained at least 40% of marks each on theory and practical in aggregate shall be eligible for a pass in that subject. Practical exams are out of 50 and passing marks is 20. For the project total of 500 the passing marks would be 200. For the project total of 300 the passing marks is 120.

11. CLASSIFICATION OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES:


i. The results individual semesters of degree examination shall be declared and classified separately a follows:
a. First Class : Those who obtain 60% and above of the total marks
b. Second class : Those who obtain 50% and above but less than 60%of the total marks.
c. Pass class : Rest of the successful candidates who secure 40% and above but less than 50% of marks.

ii. The results of the degree course as a whole shall be declared on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained by the candidates in all the subjects (except Languages) of the First to Eighth semesters of degree course put together as follows.

a. First class : Those who obtain 60% and above of the aggregate in all subjects of all the semesters put together. (except Languages)
b. Second class : Those who obtained 50% and above but less than 60% of the aggregate marks in all subjects of all semesters put together. (except Languages)
c. Pass class : Rest of the successful candidates who obtain 40% and above but less than 50% of the aggregate marks in all the subjects of all semesters put together. (except Languages)

iii. Class and ranks shall be declared on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained by the candidate in all the subjects of the first to eight semesters of degree course as a whole. However, only those candidates who have passed each semester public examination in the first attempt only shall be eligible for the award of ranks. The first 10 ranks only shall be notified.

12. MEDALS AND PRIZES:

No candidates passing an external examination shall be eligible for any scholarship, fellowship, medal, prize or any other reward.

13. CONDITIONS TO KEEP TERMS:
a. A candidate is allowed to carry all the subjects as arrears to the subsequent semester or all the papers that he/ she has failed in the previous semester/s to the subsequent semester/semesters.
b. Such of those candidates who have failed /remained absent /for one or more papers henceforth called as “Repeaters”, shall appear for exam in such paper’s during the three immediate successive examinations.
c. Examination for odd/even semester shall be conducted respectively at the end of odd/even semester (odd with odd even with even)
d. The candidate shall take the examination as per the syllabus at the scheme of examination in force during the subsequent appearances.
e. A candidate has declared pass in theory paper but failed in Practicum or vice versa should re appear either theory or practical which ever had failed.
f. A candidate will be promoted to the 7th semester only if he/she successfully clears all subjects including practical of the previous semesters i.e. from 1st to 6th.

For the complete syllabus I am attaching an attachment with it ..

Contact details:
M S Ramaiah College Of Hotel Management
M S Ramaiah Nagar, M S R T Post, Mathikere Bengaluru,
Karnataka 560054
080 2360 1829

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