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B.Sc - Catering Science and Hotel Management


Introduction


The Department of Catering Science Hotel Management at SMS College of Arts and Science offers BSc Catering Science and Hotel Management course with an annual intake of 40 students.


Course Highlights

The Department of Catering Science Hotel Management at SMS college of arts and science offers BSc Catering Science         and Hotel Management course with an annual intake of 40 students.

Eligibility Criteria

Under Graduate Level.
3 years / Semester Wise Exam.
Candidates should Passed in +2 with minimum 50% marks or equivalent, and candidates should be at least 17 years of         age at the time of admission and the upper age limit is 25 years in most of the educational institutions.



List of Courses


  •           Course
  •            No.of Courses
  •             Total Credits
  • Part - I Language
  • 2
  • 08
  • Part - II English
  • 02
  • 08
  • Part - III Core Courses
  • 14
  • 42
  • Part - III Core Practical Courses
  • 7
  • 26
  • Part - III Allied Courses
  • 8
  • 21
  • Part - III Elective Courses
  • 3
  • 12
  • Skill Based -(Job Based Courses)
  • 3
  • 9
  • Part - IV Non Major Elective Courses
  • 2
  • 4
  • Part - V Extension Activities
  • 01
  • 02
  • Part IV Project Training
  • 1
  • 4
  • Environment studies & Value Education
  • 2
  • 4
  • Total
  • 45
  • 140

List of Courses


  • Food Production I.
  • Food & Beverage Service I
  • Food Production II.
  • Food & Beverage Service II
  • Food Production III.
  • Food & Beverage Service III
  • Hotel Accounting.
  • Tourism & Marketing Management
  • Food Production IV
  • Food & Beverage Service IV
  • Food & Beverage Management
  • Food Production V
  • Food Beaverage Service V

List of Practical


  • Food Production I
  • Food & Beverage Service I
  • Food Production I.
  • Food & Beverage Service I
  • Food Production II
  • Food & Beverage Service II
  • Food Production II
  • Food & Beverage Service II
  • Computer Applications in Hotel Industry
  • Food Production III
  • Food & Beverage Service III

List of Allied


  • House Keeping Management I
  • House Keeping Management
  • House Keeping Management II
  • House Keeping Management
  • Front Office Operations
  • Front Office Operations II
  • Front Office Operations
  • Bar Management
  • Bar Management Practical

Core Project


  • Industrial Exposure Training Report

List of Skill Based


  • Bakery & Confectionery I
  • Bakery & Confectionery Practical
  • Bakery & Confectionery II
  • Bakery & Confectionery Practical

List of Elective


  • Elective I
  • Elective II
  • Elective III

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)


The B.Sc.Catering Science and Hotel Management program describe accomplishments that graduates are expected to attain within five to seven years after graduation.

  •     PEO1
  • To demonstrate high standards with regard to performance in the hotel industry adopting value-based and ethical practices.
  •     PEO2
  • To gain exposure and expertise in the diversified fields of hospitality and catering industries.
  •     PEO3
  • To inculcate holistic implementation of knowledge and gain experience and competence in the operations of hospitality sector.
  •     PEO4
  • To perform with competence and confidence in the hospitality industry at the global level.
  •     PEO5
  • To work effectively as an individual, and as a member of a team or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  •     PEO6
  • To hone individual creativity and innovation skills.
  •     PEO7
  • To develop entrepreneurial and leadership skills
  •     PEO8
  • To demonstrate the ability to develop, examine, question and explore perspectives or alternatives to problems in hospitality operations.
  •     PEO9
  • To demonstrate community involvement.
  •     PEO10
  • To conduct researches concerning hotel and restaurant development programe.
  • To produce quality graduates with balanced knowledge, skills and industry exposure in catering, hotel and       management;
  • To train and develop students to be leaders in hotel and food and beverage management through industry immersion       and national and international linkages.


Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)


After the successful completion of B.Sc.Catering Science and Hotel Management program, the students are expected to.

  •     PSO1
  • To acquire technical skills in the core areas of the hotel and other hospitality sectors.
  •     PSO2
  • To adopt professional techniques and use tools competently in the preparation, presentation and service of quality foods.
  •     PSO3
  • To work in a sustainable manner as per trends and issues in the interdependent hospitality sectors.
  •     PSO4
  • To understand the functions of non-core departments like accounts, human resource, marketing, etc.
  •     PSO5
  • To pertain the acquired knowledge to manage and evaluate functional systems in hospitality industry.
  •     PSO6
  • To endorse sustainable environment and corporate social responsibility initiatives as well as ethical practices in the hospitality business.
  •     PSO7
  • To induce appropriate technologies to enhance the quality and delivery of hospitality services and to measure the effectiveness of hospitality operations.

Program Outcomes (POs)


On successful completion of the B. Sc. Catering Science and Hotel Management program.

  •     PO1
  • Performs work activities effectively and efficiently to the standards expected in the operation required in the hospitality sectors.
  •     PO2
  • Respond to issues and dilemmas arising in the delivery of hospitality services, by using and promoting ethical behavior and best practices of corporate social responsibility and environmental sustainability.
  •     PO3
  • To formulate and integrate contemporary solutions and techniques of culinary science and management practices.
  •     PO4
  • Plan, develop, market and manage hospitality establishments in the international marketplace using contemporary hospitality management concepts.
  •     PO5
  • Employ technological tools and strategies including relevant hospitality and business systems to support business functions and decisions.
  •     PO6
  • Demonstrate the ability to use professional written and oral communication skills and technology to successfully communicate and report.
  •     PO7
  • To support an industry and workplace service culture by adopting a positive attitude and professional decorum, accommodating diverse and special needs, and contributing as a team member.
  •     PO8
  • Develop professional ethics, provide leadership, demonstrate personal and global responsibility and work effectively.
  •     PO9
  • Develop critical thinking skills and apply them to solve complex Problems.
  •     PO10
  • Elevate leadership, teamwork, and relationship management skills, organizational behavior, employment standards, and human rights to contribute to a positive work environment.

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