Bachelor of Hotel Management - BHM

Bachelor of Hotel Management

COURSE DESCRIPTION

BHM course has been designed to prepare the students to enter the hotel and hospitality industry as middle management level employees and to serve in hotel, travel and tourism sectors. It is a four years full time semester system course designed to produce professional human resource for the dynamically growing hotel industry, travel and tourism sector of Nepal. This program explores the wide variety of services provided by today’s hospitality, travel and tourism industry while developing the business knowledge and skills required for success in the private and public sector of tourism.

The major job fields in the hospitality sector include Hotels, resorts, fast food chains, restaurants, etc. A hotel management professional can be employed in any of the above mentioned fields. The hotel management field is always been a hot career options among the students, with the globalization more and more hotel industries as expanding their business to the global markets. This has created a huge demand of hotel management professionals.

  • To occupy supervisory positions in the hotels and catering industry with an adequate background of management functions.
  • To acquire basic technical and social skills required for professional handling of hotel and catering operations.
  • To apply cost control measures for greater economy and success of business operations.
  • To set a standard of quality assurance of the service offered to customers.
  • To become a successful entrepreneur in a small/medium scale enterprise.

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Eligibility for Bachelor in Hotel Management (BHM)

Students should have scored minimum of "C" Grade in all subjects in 10+2 (Secondary Level)

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New admissions in Bachelor in Hotel Management (BHM) programs are offered in August every year. To apply for this program a 10+2 or equivalent degree with minimum of 45% or 2.00 CGPA is required. In addition to this, promising candidates should be ready to contribute full time in their studies for next four years.

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