Attendance Requirement for all Courses
Late arrival and early departure from a class are recorded as absence from a class for the subject concerned.
All candidates will be required to put in a minimum of 70 % attendance in each subject and 75% in aggregate during the academic session. Students failing to secure this shall be detained from appearing in the Annual Examination to be conducted by the National Council. The Principal is empowered to condone up to 10% of absence on medical grounds. A medical certificate issued by a registered medical practitioner should accompany such request.
In case off illness, absence of the student is permissible only after prior intimation with written explanation to the Principal. A doctor’s certificate should be submitted within a week.
The medium of instruction or teaching in the Institute is English.
The Institute is affiliated to the National Council for Hotel Management & Catering Technology, New Delhi, for the contents of the syllabi and conduct of examinations, and rules of the Council shall be applicable.
The National Council holds annual examinations for B.Sc. programme, Diploma in Food and Beverage Service and Craftsmanship Course in Food Production at the end of the academic session in April.
Students are required to appear in the in-house mid-term examinations that are conducted in November/December. The marks of this examination count towards the total marks stated in the final mark sheet issued by the National Council. (30% of the marks obtained in this examination count towards the total marks stated in the final mark sheet issued by the National Council for Hotel Management)
The students of the B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Administration are required to undergo and complete 20 weeks of Industrial Training in the hotel industry during the Second Year of the programme.
Students of the Diploma in Food and Beverage Service and the Craftsmanship Course in Food Production are required to undergo and complete a 6 months- period of Industrial Training in the hotel industry after their annual examinations in order to receive their diploma/certificate.
It will be the responsibility of the student to arrange his/her Industrial training. However,The Placement Cell assists them in this.
The Institute has a Placement Cell that helps place students in jobs in hotels and arranges campus interviews for this purpose. Leading hospitality establishments visit the Institute for picking up suitable prospective employees for their esteemed organisations.