B.Sc Hospitality & Hotel Administration

B.Sc Hospitality & Hotel Administration
Starts from:August 16, 2022
  • Course Code B.SC HHA
  • Duration 3 Years
  • Course Type Full Time
  • Min Qualification Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) qualification with a minimum of 60% or an equivalent qualification in any discipline from a recognised school.
Course Objective
  • Providing a broader understanding of the hotel industry and its operations.
  • Providing a broader understanding of the operational skills and knowledge of the variety of food and beverage operations in the industry, and equip them with the required skills  to manage them effectively
  • Providing students with an understanding of the operational aspects of Front Office and Accommodation management, and the skills required to manage an environment-friendly operation effectively.
  • Providing students with an understanding of the financial and accounting records used in the hotel industry, and the ways these can aid effective managerial decision making
  • The students would understand the role of personnel management in the hotel industry, and the skills required to manage this resource effectively
  • Providing students with an awareness of consumer behaviour, sales & marketing and management process in a hotel organisation and its impact.
  • Providing a broader understanding of the interlinking which occurs within the hotel industry and to develop independent research, professional and study skills which will be required when working in the industry and the duration of the course.

Admission Charges
(One-Time, Non-Refundable)
INR 5,000
Caution Money
(One-Time, Refundable)
INR 5,000
Alumni Fund
(One-Time, Non-Refundable)
INR 10,000
Resource Fee
(One-Time)
INR 10,000
Digitalization Charges
(Per Year)
INR 10,000
Tuition Fees
(Per Year)
INR 85,000
Exam Fees
(Per Year)
INR 15,000
Total Fees Per Year INR 110,000

Caution Money
(One-Time, Refundable)
$133
Total Admission Charges
(One-Time, Non-Refundable)
$133
Total Course fees
(Per Year)
$2,933

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