Kohir X Road, Kaveli Village,
1) B.Sc, (H&HA) – Bachelor of Science Program in Hospitality and Hotel Administration, Affiliated to National Council for Hotel Management (NCHMCT), and IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University)
The Bachelor of Science program in Hospitality and Hotel Administration is offered jointly by the National Council for Hotel Management and the Indira Gandhi National Open University. The Three-Year (Six Semester) full time regular course equips students with all the required skills, knowledge and attitude to efficiently discharge supervisory responsibilities in the Hospitality sector. The program also involves in-depth laboratory work for students to acquire required knowledge and skill standards in the operational areas of Food Production, Food & Beverage Service, Front Office Operation and House Keeping. It also provides managerial inputs in Hotel Accountancy, Food Safety & Quality, Human Resource Management, Facility Planning, Financial Management, Strategic Management, Tourism Marketing and Tourism Management.
ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION
QUALIFYING EXAMINATION :
A pass in 10+2 system of Senior Secondary examination or its equivalent with English as one of the subjects. Candidate must have passed English as a subject of study (core/elective/functional) in the qualifying examination.
Those appearing in 10+2 or equivalent examination can also appear in JEE NCHMCT on provisional basis. Provisional admission will stand cancelled if proof of having passed the qualifying examination (10+2 or its equivalent) is not submitted at the time of counseling or at the time of admission.
The offer of admission is subject to verification of original certificates/documents at the time of admission. If any candidate is found ineligible at a later date even after admission to an Institute, his/her admission will stand cancelled.
QUALIFYING EXAMINATIONS FOR INDIAN STUDENTS :
Age Limit as on 01 July of the year
For candidates from General and OBC categories, upper age limit is 22 years as on 1st July of the year. In the case of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates, upper age limit is 25 years as on 1st July. Upper age limit for Physically Challenged candidates shall be reckoned as per the category he/she belongs to i.e. General/SC/ST/OBC. Date of birth as recorded in the Secondary Education Board/Pre-University Certificate shall be the authentic proof that will be accepted. At the time of counselling, this certificate must be produced in original as a proof of age, failing which the candidate will not be considered for counselling/admission.
Q.1: Who is eligible for Counselling?
Ans: Candidate who got All India rank in JEE result is eligible for Counselling.
Q.2: Where shall I go for Counselling?
Ans: You can do it online through internet from anywhere as this is web based counselling.
c Q.3: Can I get any help of internet facility for Counselling from any IHM?
Ans: Yes, you can approach any of the Govt. IHMs for such facility.
Q.4: What is MOCK Counselling?
Ans: MOCK Counselling is the process which familiarizes you about online counselling. In the Mock Counselling you can see the probability of seat allotment as per your AIR and choice of Institute.
Q.5: Whether seat allotted through MOCK Counselling is final?
Q.6: If I missed to do online registration and choice filling during the given schedule, can I register afterwards during the Counselling?
Ans: Not permitted during the First and Second Round of Counselling, but a candidate can register afresh during Third Round (Spot) of Counselling for allotment of available seat.
Q.7: Can I register afresh after First Round of Counselling?
Q.8: In case I am placed in COMPARTMENT in 10+2 result, can I register for Counselling?
Ans: Yes, however candidate will have to submit an undertaking in the prescribed format at the time of admission stating that he/she will submit passing certificate of 10+2 latest, failing which his/her admission will stand cancelled and fees forfeited.
Q.9: In case my result is not declared by the time of Counselling, can I register for Counselling?
Ans: Yes, however, candidate will have to submit an undertaking in the prescribed format at the time of admission stating that he/she will submit passing certificate of 10+2 latest, failing which his/her admission is liable to be cancelled and fees forfeited.
Q.10: Is All India Rank (AIR) result category wise?
Ans: No. AIR is irrespective of category.
Q.11: How I can know my category rank?
Ans: Not at this stage as allotment is based on AIR, Choices of Institute and Category.
Q.12: Why PH/KM are not indicated in the result?
Ans: PH and KM is sub category, hence it would not be shown in the result but during online Counselling, you will be asked to indicate sub category as well.
Q.13: Is Dyslexia will be considered under PH?
Q.14: Can General Category be converted to OB, SC, ST Category?
Ans: No, but OB, SC & ST candidates can be converted into General.
Q.15: Is it compulsory to submit OBC certificate in a prescribed format given in the brochure?
Ans: Yes, however, candidate can submit certificate issued by the competent authority in English/Hindi. The Central list of OBC candidates can be accessed from http://ncbc.nic.in/
Q.16: Whether non-creamy layer in OBC certificate is compulsory?
Q.17: Where shall I go after allotment of seat?
Ans: You have to download allotment letter from the internet wherein details will be given.
Q.18: Is it mandatory for the candidate to report at the given admission centre for deposition of fee and verification of documents?
Ans: Yes it is mandatory. In case candidate is unable to present himself/herself at the admission centre, he/she may authorize in writing his/her parents or brother or sister to deposit fee and verification of documents.
Q.19: In case I miss the given date of reporting for admission, whether my allotted seat retained or cancelled?
Ans: After seat allotment, reporting for admission at given Admission Centre during specific period is mandatory failing which allotted seat would be cancelled. However, candidate is eligible for Spot Round Counselling afresh.
Q.20: Where shall I deposit the fee?
Ans: You have to deposit the fee of Rs.44250/- (Rs.43250 + Rs.1000) through single Demand Draft drawn in favour of NCHMCT, payable at Noida or New Delhi at the allotted Admission Center given in the allotment letter.
Q.21: In case of Hostel allotment, where shall I deposit the Hostel fee?
Ans: You have to deposit Hostel fee at the allotted Institute. Details of hostel fee may be obtained from the allotted IHM.
Q.22: In case I don’t take admission after deposition of fee, can I get refund?
Ans: Please see ‘Refund of Fee Policy’ given in the website.
Q.23: How I can know about the fees payable to private Institutes?
Ans: You have to visit website of the respective private Institutes given in this website for details.
Q.24: Can I change choice of Institutes after First Round of Counselling?
Ans: Yes, you can change choice of Institutes during Second Round of Counselling through internet (online).
Q.25: Can it be possible for change of allotted IHM after First Round of Counselling?
Ans: You can opt for better choice of Institute during Second Round of Counselling and if you are allotted another Institute during Second Round of Counselling, the earlier allotted seat will automatically be cancelled.
Q.26: Is migration/transfer of IHM permitted after admission taken?
Ans: No. There will be no transfer/migration permitted during three years duration of the course on any ground.
Q.27: Is there any paid seat or management quota?
Q.28: Can I pursue higher studies after doing this Course?
Ans: Yes, you will be awarded a Bachelor Degree by IGNOU like any other Bachelor Degree and shall be eligible for pursuing Post Degree programs.
Q.29: Where can I get detailed counselling procedure?
Ans: You may access website www.nchmcounselling.nic.in for detailed procedure.
Syllabus for B.Sc, (H&HA)
2) Craftsmanship CERTIFICATE Course in Food Production& PATISSERIE (CCFPP) – 18 Months
The institute offers the short 1½ Years Craft Certificate program in the specialised trade of Food Production and equip the students with basic skills required in the kitchens.
Successful students after completion of training are guarantees jobs in the hospitality industry immediately mainly at entry level as Cooks, Commis, and KitchenAssistant etc.
The course is divided into Two Semesters of 17 weeks each followed by 20 weeks of Industrial Training.
Classes are conducted at the institute involving theory inputs and practical laboratory teaching.This course trains the students in areas of Food Production including Bakery & Patisserie, Cookery and Larder, Hygiene, Equipment Maintenance and Costing.
Students are tested through internal assessment tests and term end examinations.Students are trained in different types of service, knowledge of menus, ingredients, preparation and accompanying garnishes. This trade has great demand, both nationally and internationally.
Passed class 10th of 10+2 pattern with minimum 45% marks and with English as one of the subjects in the final examination. Candidates placed in compartment in the qualifying examination are not eligible for admission.
Age of the applicant should not be more than 22 years as on July 01, of the year. The age limit is relaxable by 3 years for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates.
One and a half years. One year full time at the Institute followed by Industrial Training in a hotel or allied sector for six months (22 weeks).
Apart from relaxation in the upper age limit for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates, seats will be reserved as under:
When to apply
Admission notification is issued in the month of May/June every year in leading national newspapers. The prospectus contains an application form for any one of the two courses offered. It can be obtained from the Institute’s Enquiry Counter on the payment of a fee/charge in cash, or by post, on the payment through a demand draft drawn in favour of the Principal, Institute of Hotel Management, Kufri, Shimla-12, payable at Shimla.
How to Apply
Duly filled-in application form must be accompanied with:
(a) Attested photocopy of proof of age.
(b) Attested photocopy of proof of educational qualification/ mark sheets.
(c) Fitness certificate from a registered MBBS doctor on the attached form.
(d) One passport size photograph pasted in the space provided on the application form.
(e) Character certificate from the head of the institution (school/college) last attended.
(f) Attested photocopy of Reserved Category Certificate from appropriate authority, if applicable.
(g) A Bonafide certificate of domicile of Himachal Pradesh, if applicable.
Selection is based on the combined merit of the candidate in the qualifying examination, a personal interview conducted by the Selection Committee at the Institute on the date prescribed in the prospectus of the course, and any additional marks, if applicable, that are awarded for the following:
:: For passing a one year Craftsmanship course from recognized – 3 marks
Institute of Hotel Management or a Food Craft Institute
:: For Sports at National level – 5 marks
:: For Sports at State/ U.T. level – 3 marks
Note: Candidates will be eligible for consideration in only one of the sports categories, either at the State level or the National level and will have to produce documentary evidence/ certificate in support of their claim.
During the interview the candidates will be evaluated on the basis of their communication skills with particular reference to the English language, general awareness, personal grooming, the overall personality and the candidate’s suitability for the hospitality industry.
Foreign Nationals/ NRIs must have a minimum of 50% marks in the qualifying examination.
The selection list will be displayed on Notice Board of the Institute on the same or next day of the interview. NO SEPARATE INTIMATION WILL BE SENT TO THE CANDIDATES.
Selected candidates are required to pay the first term fees as shown in the Fee Structure on the day the result is declared. Failing immediate payment of fees, the offer of admission will be withdrawn and the seat will be offered to the next candidate on the merit list. The candidate whose admission has thus been cancelled will have no claim whatsoever to admission at a later time.
Syllabus for Craftsmanship Course in Food Production
|CFPP-11||Cookery and Larder Theory – I|
|CFPP-12||Cookery Practical – I|
|CFPP-13||Larder Practical – I|
|CFPP-14||Bakery and Patisserie Theory – I|
|CFPP-15||Bakery and Patisserie Practical – I|
|CFPP-21||Cookery and Larder Theory – II|
|CFPP-22||Cookery Practical – II|
|CFPP-23||Larder Practical – II|
|CFPP-24||Bakery and Patisserie Theory – II|
|CFPP-25||Bakery and Patisserie Practical – II|
|CFPP||Industrial Training in Hotel / Restaurant|
For More Details Contact:-
Mr. T. Chandra Mohan
Ph: +91 9849849360
Mr. P. Vinay Kumar Reddy
Ph: +91 8374017048
Kohir X Road, Kaveli Village,
+91 8374017048, 9849849360
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : https://www.tsihm.ac.in
Monday – Saturday : 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Sunday, Public Holidays : Closed