It's feasible. Fee varies depends on courses. For Bachelor in Hotel and hospitality administration it is 50000 per semester. For Post graduate diploma in accommodation operation and management it is 35000 for a year. For Diploma in Food production it is 40,000 per year.
Very good course if you want to choose housekeeping or front office. You also can join Aviation and retail. It's a very deep course about Housekeeping and front office and the added advantage is you will learn supervisor management and accounting also but only basic accounting.
The fee structure is set by the National Council it is feasible as ours is a Central Government Institution an approx 43,000 per semester considering the average of 3 years and 6 semesters the fee structure includes tuition fees, lab fees, locker fees, internet fees, etc the fee is absolutely affordable and well structured and very transparent.
The curriculum is very structured based on the needs and requirements of students to learn at every stage of this professional course. Along with the basics of Food Production Operations, Food and Beverage Service Operations, Housekeeping Operations and Front Office Operations; we had Hotel Engineering, Nutrition, Communication, Computers, Food Safety and Quality, Accounts,Research Methodology, Financial Management and Strategic Management. In our IGNOU BHM segment we study Tourism Management, Business English, Human Resource Management, Tourism in India and around the world and Tourism Marketing.
It was feasible i would have said, if i would have got the quality education. Here it was looking too much expensive as we did not got anything worth in return except a degree. For teaching Master students.lecturer has to be PHD qualified.but college never cared to call experienced professional except few who had good industry experienced. nither there was a single permanent master lecturer in college. No dedicated class room.everyday it changes. Every day only few hour classes.no proper structured.one in early morning.& second in late afternoon.Now you may guess.
Good.most likely MBA course. We had an option of selecting Sales & marketing or Human Resources during 3rd semester for specialization. I choose Human Resources as my specialization field.
The fee is to be submitted in the beginning of every semester and it doesn't burden much. The course costs around 2.5 lpa for the whole three year course.
The course is spread out evenly across 6 semester that is 3 year with foundation courses in first year industrial training of 17 weeks in second year.
Very Much Feasible. Approx 2 lakhs for 3 years. 35, 000 for 6 months. It is the same for all 6 semesters. Being a central government college the fees is very less.
1st Year - Basics of Hotel Industry. 2nd Year - In Depth Knowledge and Industrial Training in any 5 star hotel for 17 weeks. 3rd Year - Placements from September starts and side by side the classes continues.
Since this is a government college, the fee structure is highly feasible, costing around 43k for tuition fees for a semester, stretching over a three year course. The hostel fees include room rent and mess charges, and amount to 36k per semester. Electricity and water charges are charged at end semester, around 1900 per student.
The structure is efficient, with optimal balance between theory and practicals. Both of them go in line and are easy to grasp. The curriculum is fairly easy and covers just the right aspects, not more. Since this is a practical field, there is not much focus on research.
Fees is reasonable if compare to other private HM institute, but could also feel heavy wrt colleges like Delhi University & other humanities and commerce institutes.
Course curriculum is sufficient as per industry for basic knowledge & skills. For advance skills, student themselves have to show interest & take initiative which is well supported by faculty. Its been divided into four major parts:-Food Production, -Food and Beverage Services, -Housekeeping &-Front OfficeInternship in the second year give the best exposure about the inside of hospitality industry, which further helps a student to opt for his or her Area of Interest on above mention areas
The fee structure is very feasible as compared to other courses. One has to pay the fees every semester and its quite feasible. Its around 2.5 lacs for a three year BSc HHA course and special scholarships are also given to meritorious and under privileged students.
As every college has a limited seats in the hostels so does IHM Pusa. Hostels for every batch cater to around 10-15% of the students. Hostel rooms are decent with a provision of all basic amenities within the rooms. The food in the mess is also a standard with a cyclic menu. It is hygenic, tasty and well preserved. The hostel fees during my time was close to INR 30000-INR 35000 for an year which seemed quite reasonable and decent. Apart from the hostel rooms, students also had an option of staying the PG- near by local rented rooms with or without the facility of food. The same was available from INR 2000 to INR 5000 per month without food.
Curriculum is excellent when it comes to imparting hotel ethics, knowledge and etiquette. Detail is being given to practical training and knowledge with equal importance to Theory lectures.