DIPLOMA IN HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT(DHM)
Regulation, Scheme & Syllabus 2019 onwards
The hospitality industry is one of the fast growing industries globally today. The industry needs highly trained professional staff. Diploma in programme in Hospitality Management is designed to meet the varied manpower needs of the different segments of the Hotel and Catering Industry as well as student’s entrepreneurship. The programme will provide an all-round training in Hotel Management, coming practical learning with class room lectures, so as to prepare the students to face the challenges of the Hospitality industry. The objective of the 120 hours’ diploma programme is to provide theoretical knowledge along with practical skill and proper motivation to build a career in the Hospitality industry.
The diploma programme shall be completed in 4 semesters (SEM 1, 2, 4 & 5) consisting of 120 hours. Each semester shall consist of 30 instructional hours of one day (Tuesday or Wednesday 03:30 pm to 04:30 pm) each week also some special hours can be allotted on holidays on request of the concern faculty.
Eligibility for Admission
The eligibility for admission to the Diploma in Hospitality Management (DHM)) under the Hotel Management programme (BMS – HM) of Naipunnya Institute of Hotel Management/ Naipunnya School of Management, Cherthala is the any subject combination or any other Degree students of Naipunnya School of Management from Commerce & Management Department, Computer Science Department, Language Department Under Naipunnya School of Management pursuing the University of Kerala Degree.
Candidates for admission will be selected on the basis of the Rank List published by NIHM through the admission form or the recommendation from the Parent department of the student.
Requirement of Attendance and Progress
Students who secure a minimum of 75% attendance in the aggregate for all the Certificate Courses of Semester 1, 2, 4 & 5 taken together alone will be allowed to register for End Diploma. Others have to repeat the semester along with the next batch. Failed one will be disqualified for the registration process of DHM
Examination and Results
Examinations will be conducted at the end of Semester 1, 2, 4 & 5. The duration of Examinations will be One hours for SEM 1,4 & 5 having 25 Marks, 01 hour 30 minutes for SEM 02 having 50 Marks.
Pass Mark needed is the 50 % of the maximum mark.