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Course Name : Master of Hotel Management​
Faculty Name : Faculty of Hotel & Tourism Management 
Annual Intake:  20
Duration of Course : 4 Semesters
Session Start Date : -

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MASTER OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT
Scheme of Examinations
1ST Semester/ 1st Year

Paper Code

Paper Nomenclature

Teaching Scheme

Theory Examination

Exam. Durationn (in hrs.)

Credits

L

T

P

IA  Marks

End Term Exam Marks

Total Marks

07020101

Management Functions & Behaviour

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020102

Information Technology for Hospitality Manager

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020103

Hospitality Management

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020104

Properties Development & Planning

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

Total

80

320

400

 

 

 

2ND Semester/ 1st Year

Paper Code

Paper Nomenclature

Teaching Scheme

Theory Examination

Exam.

Duration

(in hrs.)

Credits

L

T

P

IA

Marks

End

Term

Exam Marks

Total

Marks

07020201

Revenue/Yield Management

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020202

Marketing Research

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020203

Equipment & Materials Management

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020204

Managing Entrepreneurship, Small & Medium Business Properties

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

Total

80

320

400

 

 

 

3RD  Semester/ 2ND  Year

Paper Code

Paper Nomenclature

Teaching Scheme

Theory Examination

Exam.

Duration

(in hrs.)

Credits

L

T

P

IA

Marks

End

Term

Exam Marks

Total

Marks

07020301

Human Resources & Change Management

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020302

Social Processes & Behavioral Issues

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020303

Sales & Principles of marketing Management

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020304

Marketing Services, Consumer Behavior & Influences on Buying behavior

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020305

Research Methodology for Management Decisions

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020306

Dissertation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

120

480

600

 

 

 

 

4TH  Semester/ 2ND Year

Paper Code

Paper Nomenclature

Teaching Scheme

Theory Examination

Exam.

Duration

(in hrs.)

Credits

L

T

P

IA

Marks

End

Term

Exam Marks

Total

Marks

07020401

Production & Operations Management

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020402

Managerial Economics

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020403

Management of Marketing Communication & Advertising

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020404

Human Resource Management (Labour Laws)

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

07020405

Financial Management Corporate Policies & Practices

 

 

 

20

80

100

3

 

Total

100

400

500

 

 

 

MASTER OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT
Ordinance
       

1. Duration and Nomenclature of the Course:
The duration of Master of Hotel Management programme shall be of two academic years consisting of four (4) semesters (15-17 weeks) under Credit Based System (CBS).  On successful completion of all the four semesters and passing the foundation / compulsory subjects/papers with  a CGPA of 4, the student will be awarded Master of Hotel Management (MHM) degree. The student shall complete the programme within a maximum period of 4 years from the date of admission to the first semester, failing which he/she will be disqualified from the course.

2. Admission to the Course:

(i) Eligibility for Admission:


For admission to the 1st Semester of  Master of Hotel Management  course, the candidate must have passed a Bachelor or Master’s Degree in any discipline with not less than 45% (pass marks in case of SC/ST students) marks in the aggregate of this university or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by this University

(ii) Schedule of admission and payment of fees: 

The admission schedule, along with last date for the submission of admission forms and payment of fees, shall be fixed by the Vice-Chancellor from time to time.

3. Mode of Selection of Candidates for Admission:

The  admissions  will be made as per the following criteria :-

Sr. No.

Criteria

     Condition 

1

On the Basis of the Merit of the qualifying Examination.

If the no. of applicants is up to 3 times  of the intake

2

On the Basis of the Merit of the Entrance Examination.

If the no. of applicants is more than  3 times  of the intake

4. Scheme of Examinations and Syllabus: The Scheme of Examinations, distribution of marks in various papers along with   the credit system and the syllabus of the course shall be as approved the by Board of Studies/ Academic Council from time to time.

5. Medium of Instruction and Examination: The medium of the instruction and the examination shall be English only.

6. Attendance Requirements/Eligibility to Appear in Examination:

The student should fulfill the following criteria to be eligible for appearing in the End Term Semester Examinations:

(i) He/she should bear a good moral character.

(ii) He/she should be on the rolls of the Dept./Faculty of the University during the semester.

(iii) He/she should have 75% of the attendance during the respective semester. Twenty five per cent (25%) of attendance relaxation shall account for illness and contingencies of serious and unavoidable nature.

(iv) The Dean of the Faculty of his own or on the recommendation of the HoD shall have the power to give relaxation upto 5% on genuine grounds over the minimum 75% attendance.

(v) Further, the Vice Chancellor of his own or on the recommendation of the Dean shall have the power to give further relaxation upto 5% on genuine grounds over the above mentioned minimum attendance.

(vi) He/she should not be a defaulter in payment of any dues of the SGT University and no disciplinary action is pending against the student.

7. Exemption from Attendance / Shortage of Attendance  to be Condone :

The shortage of lecture to the maximum limit as under can be condoned by the competent authority :-

Sr. No

Exemptable  no. of Lectures

Ground of Exemption and Competent authority

Dean of the Faculty is competent authority to condone shortage of lectures/attendance for sr. 1 to 4.

1.

All periods of the day of donation

voluntarily  blood donation to the Blood Bank

2.

All periods of the day of  Exam.

 For appearing in the supplementary examinations(Theory  /Practical /Viva-voce

3.

10 days attendance during a semester

 For participation in University or Inter-Collegiate Sports Tournaments/ Youth Festivals, NCC/NSS Camps/University Educational Excursions, Mountaineering Courses

4.

15 days attendance during a semester

For participation in Inter-University Sports Tournaments/ Youth Festivals

Provided that :-              

(a) he/she has obtained prior approval of the Dean, Faculty of Hotel & Tourism Management ;

(b) credit may be given only for the days on which lectures were delivered or tutorials or practical work done during the period of participation in the  aforesaid events.

8. Attendance Shortage Warning:

Attendance shortage warning will be displayed on the Faculty’s Notice Board and University Website every month by 10th day of the month . Parents will be informed every two months by speed post or by e-mail.

9. Detained Students

A student, who does not fulfill the criteria prescribed in Clauses6-7, will not  be eligible for appearing in the End Term Semester  Examination in that particular paper and will be  deemed as Detained in that paper. Such student will repeat the course/paper alongwith the regular students of the subsequent batch to fulfill the prescribed conditions to appear in the “End Term” examination of the course/ paper.

10. Submission of Examination Forms and Payment of Examination Fee:

The Dean, Faculty of Physical Sciences shall submit the examination admission forms of those students who satisfy the eligibility criteria to appear in the examinations to  the Controller of Examinations as per schedule of examination circulated by him from time to time.

11.University Examinations:

(i) End Term Semester Examinations:

The examination for the 1st and 3rd semesters (Odd Semesters ) shall ordinarily be held in the month of December and those of 2nd and 4thsemesters (Even Semesters) in the month of  May/June. 

(ii) Fail / Re-appear Candidates:

Fail / re-appear candidate of the odd semesters (1st  & 3rd) will take re-appear exams as an ex-student in the subsequent exams. of the odd semesters (1st & 3rd).  Similarly,  for the even  semesters (2nd & 4th),  he/she will take re-appear exams. in the subsequent  exams. of the  even semesters (2nd & 4th). However, a candidate appearing in the 4thsemester examination (Regular) may appear simultaneously in his/her re-appear paper(s) of lower semesters.

12. Improvement Examination:

The student may be permitted to improve his/her result subject to the following conditions:

(i) The student will be permitted to appear in improvement examination as an ex-student with regular batches for the purpose of improvement.

(ii) The student will be permitted to improve his/her CGPA only in those papers in which he/she has obtained CGPA less than ‘First Division’ in aggregate.

(iii) Only one chance for a paper will be given. The chance must be availed of within a period of two years of initially passing of the final examination.

(iv) If the status/nature of the student’s result does not improve, his/her improvement result will be declared “PRS” (Previous Result Stands).(v)        The candidate shall be allowed to appear in the improvement examination (s) along with regular candidates as and when the course is offered. No separate examination will be held for improvement of result. In case of change of syllabi, the student shall have to appear for improvement in accordance with the changed syllabii of the concerned course applicable to the regular students of that exam.

13. Setting of Question Papers:

The Head of the Department/Dean of the Faculty shall supply the panel of internal and external examiners duly approved by the Board of Studies to the Controller of Examinations. The paper(s) will be set by the examiner(s) nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from the panel of examiners. An examiner shall be allowed to set not more than two papers in a semester examination.

14. Evaluation Process  – Theory, Practical & Internal Assessment Exams :

(A) Evaluation of Answer Books:

The answer books may be evaluated either by the paper setter or any other internal or external examiner to be nominated by the Controller of Examiners with the approval of the Vice-Chancellor from the panel of    examiners.

(B) Re-evaluation of Answer Books:

Re-checking and/ or re-evaluation of any paper may be permitted. The students shall apply for Rechecking and/ or Re-evaluation of any paper to the Controller of Examinations through the HoD/ Dean of the Faculty within 10 days of the declaration of result or dispatch of the DMC/Grade Card  whichever is later by paying prescribed fee.

(C) Practical Examinations:

(i) Practical examinations shall be conducted by a Board of Examiners consisting of one internal and one external examiner to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from the panel of examiners.                                                    

(ii) Distribution of marks in examination of the practical paper will be as per the criteria given below:

(a)        Experimental performance                = 70% marks

(b)        Viva-Voce                                            = 20% marks

(c)        Laboratory work report                      = 10% marks

(iii ) Comprehensive Viva-Voce for Research Paper/Project/dissertation shall be conducted by  a Board of Examiners consisting of one internal and one  external examiner to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from the panel of examiners. Project Report /Dissertation will be evaluated jointly by the internal and external examiners.

(D) Dissertation:

(i) Topic Selection and Appointment of Guide/Supervisor:  Each student who is offering a Research Paper /Project Report etc. will be assigned a Teacher as Guide/ Supervisor from the Faculty of Hotel & Tourism Management. Topic of the Research Project will be as approved by the Dean of the Faculty on the recommendations of the Teacher Guide / superviso

(ii) The student will submit the project report  in the form of Dissertation immediately on completion of the IV semester but before 31st May, failing which it will be acceptable only with late fee of Rs. 2000/- up to next one month. It will be got evaluated in accordance with Clause 14 C(ii) above.

15. Internal Assessment:

(i) Theory Paper:Twenty (20) per cent marks shall be assigned to each theory paper as Internal Assessment which shall be awarded as per the criteria given below:

Distribution of 20 marks

1

Attendance

05 marks

2

Case Analysis

05 marks

3

Mid-term Class Test –I

05 marks

4

Assignment/Quiz/Seminar etc.

05 marks

**Attendance marks: 76-80%=1; 81-85=2; 86-90=3; 91-95=4; 96-100=5

(ii) In case of ex-students, those appearing for re-appear / improvement examination in any semester, their previous Internal Assessment marks will be counted.

(iii) The concerned teacher shall preserve records on the basis of which the Internal Assessment marks have been awarded and shall submit the same to HOD/Dean and HOD/Dean will make the same available to the Controller of Examinations whenever required.

(iv) The   Head of   the Department/ Dean of the Faculty shall ensure:

(a) That the internal assessment marks are got displayed for information of the students at least seven (07) days before the commencement of the examinations of each semester.

(b)That the internal assessment  marks  are  submitted to   the   Controller   of Examinations at least seven (07) days before the commencement of the examinations of each semester.

16. Criteria for Promotion to Higher Semester:

The student may be promoted to 2nd and 4th semesters automatically without any condition of passing minimum number of papers. For promotion from 2nd to   3rd Semester, the student shall have to clear at least 50% papers of 1st and 2nd semesters taken together.

17. Pass Criteria and Grading System:

The minimum percentage of marks to pass the examination in each subject/paper will be CGPA equivalent to 40%, separately in theory and practical papers (including internal assessment).

18. Credit Based Grading System:

(i). Key Definitions:

Programme: An educational programme leading to award of a Degree, Diploma or Certificate.

Course: Usually referred to as 'paper' is a component of a programme. All courses need not carry the same weight.

Credit: A unit by which the course work is measured.  One credit is equivalent to one hour of teaching (lecture or tutorial) or two hours for practical work/field work per week. A Research Based Paper /Project is equal to 5 credits.

Credit Point:It is the product of grade point and number of credits for a course i.e. Credit Point = No.  of credits in a course X “grade value” of the grade obtained in the course.

Grade Point There are two types of GPAs as given hereunder:    

Average (GPA):            
a)  Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA)
b)  Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)

Every student earns a distinct SGPA and a distinct CGPA at the end of each specified semester.

Semester Grade SGPA is a measure for performance of student in a Semester. It is the Point Average ratio of sum of the product of number of credits with the grade points (SGPA):   scored by the student in all the courses taken by him/her and the sum of the number of credits of all the Courses undergone by the student i.e.  SGPA (Si) = ∑ (CixGi) /∑Ci

Cumulative Grade CGPA is a measure of performance up to any specified semester

Point Average  beginning from the first Semester. It is also calculated in the same

(CGPA) manner as SGPA taking into account all the courses undergone by a student over all the semesters of programme i.e. CGPA = ∑(Cix Si) / ∑Ci

Grade Point: It is a numerical weight allotted to each letter grade on a 10-point scale.

Letter Grades: It is an index of the performance of a student in a said course. The Grades are denoted by letters O, A+, A, B+, B, C, P, F and Ab.

(ii)  Credits, Semesters, Courses and total Credit Points:

Each theory course will carry 04 credits and each practical course will carry 8 credits. In the 4 semester programme (i.e. 2-year programme) of M.Sc. (Physics), there will be, 16 theory courses and 4 practical courses and hence 96 total credits.

(iii)  Grading Method

The grading system will be adopted on a 10 point scale. The grades will be awarded based on marks out of 100 and will be converted into grades as under:

S.No.

Relative grading w.r.t. the marks obtained in a paper/course

Letter Grade Value

 (Corresponding performance )

Grade  Point

1

75% or more

O (Outstanding)

10

2

70% or more but less than 75% 

A+ (Excellent)

9

3

65% or more but less than 70%

A (Very Good)

8

4

60%  or more but less than 65%

B+ (Good)

7

5

55% or more but less than 60%

B (Above Average)

6

6

50% or more but less than 55%

C (Average)

5

7

40% or more but less than 50%

 P (Pass)

4

8

Less than  40%

 F (Fail)

0

9

Absent / Detained

Ab (Absent) /Detained

0

Grade ‘F’ student may re-appear in that paper in the subsequent examination for that semester

(iv)  Calculation of SGPA & CGPA

SGPA is calculated by dividing the sum of ‘Credit Points’ in a Semester divided by the sum of ‘Course Credits’ in that Semester.

CGPA is calculated by dividing the sum of ‘Credit Points’ by the sum of ‘Course Credits’ of the current semester + all pervious semesters.

Hypothetical Example for Computation of SGPA and CGPA:

Let us assume that Mr. X has registered for four courses in the 1st semester and his performance in these courses in this semester is given in the Table below:

Course/Paper Code

Course Credit

Grade Awarded to the Student

Grade Value

Credit Points

Course/Paper I

4

A+

9

36

Course/Paper II

4

A

8

32

Course/Paper III

4

B

6

24

Course/Paper IV

4

B+

7

28

TOTAL

16

 

30

120

Calculation of SGPA:

‘Credits’ of the Courses  registered by Mr. X in 1stSemester             =   16

‘Credit Points’ of Mr. X in 1stSemester                                               = 120

SGPA of 1stSemester  (120/16)                                   =  7.5

Calculation of CGPA:

‘Credits’ of the courses registered by Mr. X upto1stSemester           =  16

‘Credit Points’ of Mr. X in 1stSemester                                               = 120

CGPA of 1stSemester (120/160)                                  = 7.5

Let us, now, assume that the Mr. X has performed in 2ndSemester as under :

Course/Paper Code

Course Credit

Grade Awarded to the Student

Grade Value

Credit Points

Course/Paper V

4

C+

5

20

Course/Paper VI

4

C

4

16

Course/Paper VII

4

A+

9

36

Course/Paper VIII

4

B+

7

28

TOTAL 

16

 

25

100

Calculation of SGPA of 2nd Semester:

Credits’ of the courses registered by Mr. X in 2nd Semester             =  16

Credit Points’ of Mr. X in 2nd Semester                                              = 100

SGPA of 2nd Semester  (100/16)                                =  6.25

Calculation of CGPA upto 2nd Semester:

‘Credits’ of the courses registered Mr. X in

1st & 2nd Semesters (16+16)               =  32

‘Credit Points’ of Mr. X in 1st & 2nd Semesters (120+100)                   = 220

CGPA upto2ndSemester  (220/32)                                           =  6.87

19. Declaration of Results:

(i) The Controller of Examinations shall declare the results as early as possible after the conclusion of each examination, but before the start of teaching for the next academic session.

(ii) Each successful student/ the student placed in reappear shall receive a copy of the Detailed Marks Certificate/ Grade Card Sheet of each semester examination.

(iii) The student whose   result   is   declared   late   without   any   fault   on   his/her   part   may attend classes for the next higher semester provisionally at his /her own risk and responsibility, subject to his /her passing the concerned semester examination.  In case, the student fails to pass the concerned semester examination, his/her attendance/internal assessment in the next higher semester in which he / she was allowed to attend classes provisionally will stand cancelled.

20. Classification of Performance:

Performance of the successful students after the 4th semester examinations on basis of final CGPA obtained by him / her in the 1st to 4thsemester examinations shall be classified as under:

CGPA ( with equivalent* % marks)

Classification of Performance

CGPA of 8.25 (equivalent to 75% marks) or more in first attempt

First Division with Distinction

CGPA of 8.25 (equivalent 75%) or more marks in second or subsequent attempt

First Division

CGPA of 6.75 (equivalent to 60% marks) or more but less than 8.25(equivalent to 75% marks)

First Division

CGPA of 5.75(equivalent to 50% marks) or more but less than 6.75(equivalent to 60% marks)

Second Division

CGPA above Pass Grade(equivalent to 40% marks) but  less than 5.75 (equivalent to 50% marks)

Third Division

CGPA less than  Pass Grade (equivalent to 40% marks)

Fail

  *Formula for conversion from CGPA to % marks : (CGPA -0.75)x10 =% of marks
 
 
21. Other Provisions:
 
(i)   Nothing in this Ordinance shall debar the University from amending the Ordinance and the same shall be applicable to all the students new as well as old.
(ii) Any other provision not contained in the Ordinance shall be governed by the rules and regulations framed by the University from time to time.
(iii) In case of any interpretation, the Vice-Chancellor is empowered in this regard and his interpretation shall be the final.

 

Must have BHM degree

Fee Per Annum - Rs. 150,000/-