Diploma in Hotel Management (DHM) is 3 years (Six Semester) academic course after SLC intends to produce mid-managerial level skilled and competent human resources equipped with knowledge to fulfil the demand of Hospitality industries for our country and abroad. It covers the Food Production, Housekeeping, Food & Beverage Service, Front Desk Operation along with variety of academic discipline including the Concept of Tourism, English Language, computer skills, food hygiene and safety issues with food handling as well.
Students who have successfully completed the course will be awarded the degree Diploma in Hotel Management. The graduates will be eligible for the position equivalent to Non-gazetted 1st class (technical) on food Production, Food& Beverage service, Front office, Housekeeping or as prescribed by the Public Service Commission of Nepal, and also eligible to admit the Bachelor in Hotel Management or other management courses like BBA,BBS,BBM etc..
To introduce students to the basic skills in the hotel and catering management sector, grooming them to become competent hospitality management professionals.
To inculcate in students entrepreneurial skills to enable them to become independent service providers in the sector.
To acquaint students with the latest trends and practices in the hotel and hospitality industry.
First Year ( First Semester)
Fundamental of Travel and Tourism
First Year ( Second Semester)
Second Year ( Third Semester)
Food Production and Patisserie I
Food and Beverage Service I
Second Year ( Fourth Semester)
Food Production and Patisserie II
Food and Beverage Service II
Third Year ( Fifth Semester)
Hospitality Sales & Marketing
Food Production and Patisserie III
Beverage Studies and Bar Operations
Elective: Food and Beverage Management OR Accommodation Management
Third Year ( Sixth Semester)
SEE/SLC pass having at least (D+ Grade in English, Mathematics and Science) or equivalent or Technical SLC (TSLC) in related subject.
On the basis of merit list in the entrance examination administered by CTEVT (allotment of quotas will be as per the CTEVT rule)
Medium of instruction shall be in English and Nepali.
In order to ensure a pleasing and comfortable experience for guests and visitors, a lot happens behind the scenes in hotels around the world. A career in hotel management can allow employees move around countries, departments and hotel chains growing their experience – some even become academics and share their knowledge with a new generation of hotel employees.
Career Opportunities in the Hospitality Industry:
Food & Beverage
Hotels , Resorts & Clubs
Travel and Tourism
Event, Conference & Exibition