Bachelor of Hotel Management (B.H.M.)
in AIMS Institutes Department of Hotel Management, Bangalore
Course detail and Structure
The Hotel Management course at AIMS was established in 1994. BHM first began as a 3-year program and was later affiliated to Bangalore University and was redesigned as a 4-year program in 2000. The department has also introduced student-faculty exchange programs, twinning programs, adding up additional courses, etc for the benefit of the students. BHM at AIMS ensures in providing the students with complete intellectual and practical training under the hands of experience in the field. The department also hosts external trips to outdoor locations especially within the country for students to gain the first-hand experience of the industry.
Bachelor of Hotel Management (B.H.M)
Candidates should have passed 12th Standard with HSC, PUC, or A-Level or an equivalent examination should have obtained 50% aggregate marks in physics, chemistry, and biology (taken together) and should have passed English as one of the subjects. Candidates should have completed 17 years of age on the 31st of December in the year of admission.
Placement and Career
- Accommodation manager
- Catering manager
- Conference centre manager
- Event manager
- Fast food restaurant manager
- Hotel manager
- Public house manager
- Restaurant manager
Job wise Analysis
Candidates after completing Bachelors of Hotel management can become a hotel manager which involves various responsibilities that are to be fulfilled by the candidates. Hotel management is one of the large organizations that are mostly office based in some of the top companies whereas managers in the smaller organizations have often contacts with the employees and the customers. The hotel manager's responsibility includes managing the employees, planning strategies, marketing for the organization, coordinating and looking after the administration of the hotel services that include catering and accommodation facilities. There is a rapid career growth for the candidates of Hotel Management which depends on their performances for the higher managerial roles.