Bachelor of
Hotel Management [BHM]



Program's Objectives

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Hotel management the students have become a service-minded specialist for hotel, restaurant and tourism industry. Graduates have developed an entrepreneurial spirit and are able to develop applicable problem solving methods in practical situations. Furthermore they will be able to process ideas on a theoretical level and apply this knowledge independently and creatively in different situations related to hotel business. The aim of the programme is that the graduates have the necessary qualifications for supervisory, managerial, consulting, planning and development positions in the international hotel industry.


Eligibility Condition for Admission

Successfully completed 10+2 or equivalent examination in any academic stream with a minimum of 45 percent aggregate marks from HSEB or any other board recognized by Tribhuvan University with English as a compulsory subject.


Admission Procedure

Candidates seeking admission to BHM course should apply in the prescribed form for entrance test within the stipulated time. The applicants should enclose with the application form, attested copies of:

  • Certificate and testimonials of all examinations passed.
  • Equivalency, Transfer and Character Certificates.
  • Two recent passport size photographs.
  • Must have secured 40% marks in CMAT conducted by T.U.


Graduation Requirements

The BHM program extends over eight semesters (4 Years). The BHM degree is awarded on its successful completion. All candidates for the BHM degree must fulfill the following requirements:

  • Successful completion of 126 credit hours.
  • Successful completion of industrial Release Programme and Project Work.

Course Cycle

First Semester Credit Hours
English 3
Principles of Management 3
Food Production and Patisserie I 3
Food and Beverage Service I 3
Housekeeping Operations 3
Total 15
Second Semester Credit Hours
Business Communication 3
Hotel Accounting 3
Food Production and Patisserie II 3
Food and Beverage Service II 3
Housekeeping Management 3
 Total 15
Third Semester Credit Hours
Food Science & Nutrition 3
Cost and Management Accountancy 3
Food Production and Patisserie III 3
Food and Beverage Service Operations lll 3
Front Office Operations 3
Total 15
Fourth Semester Credit Hours
Human Resource Management 3
Financial Management 3
Food Production and Patisserie Management 3
Food and Beverage Service Management 3
Front Office Management 3
Total 15
Fifth Semester Credit Hours
Hospitality Marketing and Sales 3
Statistics 3
Economics 3
Fundamentals of Tourism 3
Facility Planning and Management 3
Management Information Systems 3
Total 18
Sixth Semester Credit Hours
Industrial Exposure 15
Total 15
Seventh Semester Credit Hours
Industry Exposure 9
Project Work 3
Intership Report 3
Total 15
Eight Semester Credit Hours
Legal Environment for Hospitality 3
Organizational Behaviour 3
Strategic Management 3
Enterpreneurship for Hospitality 3
Nepalese Society and Politics 3
Elective Course (Any One) 3
Cultural Resources of Tourism in Nepal  
Quality Management  
Total 18
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