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The Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM) program in Nepal offers a prestigious pathway to a thriving career in the hospitality industry. As one of the top BHM colleges in Nepal, our institution provides a comprehensive education that prepares students for success. Our BHM course covers a wide range of subjects, including hotel operations, food and beverage management, front office operations, housekeeping management, and event planning.

At our BHM college in Chitwan, we prioritize hands-on learning experiences and practical skill development. Our students have the opportunity to gain real-world exposure through internships and practical training in renowned hotels, resorts, and other hospitality establishments. This invaluable experience equips them with the necessary expertise and industry insights to excel in their careers.

Course title

Bachelors Of Hotel Management (BHM)

Credit Hours

120 Hours

Course Duration

4 Years

Admission Criteria in Bachelor of Hotel Management


The eligibility criteria for Tribhuvan University Affiliated BHM program are as follows:

  • The aspirants should have completed intermediate (10+2) or an equivalent level of examination from any Board/University recognized by Tribhuvan University.
  • Students from any faculty can join BHM, but he/she should have secured at least 45% marks in their plus two.
  • He/she should have English as a compulsory subject.

Entrance Exam

To secure admission in our TU affiliated BHM course, students should follow the following criteria:

Written Exam

The aspirants should appear in the CMAT entrance test (Central Management Aptitude Test) administered by the Faculty of Management. The exam pattern is the same as that of BBA/BIM, etc. Students' ability to answer the questions is judged by categorizing it into four sections. Those sections are Verbal Analysis, Knowledge of Quantitative Techniques, Reasoning with Logic, and GK. 25 questions from each section are asked of the students.

Contact us to enroll into our free CMAT preparation classes in Chitwan.


Those students whose marks are above the cut-off point of 40% are called for an interview. After that, those students who have passed both exams get admitted to different colleges based on merit.

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BHM Syllabus TU

The BHM program requires the students to study a total of 120 credit hours. The curricular structure of the program comprises the following separate course components.

First Year

36 Credit Hours

Code Subject Credit Hours
First Semester
ENG 101 English-I 3 Hrs
MGT 101 Principles of Management 3 Hrs
BHM 101 Hotel French 3 Hrs
BHM 102 Food Production and Patisserie I 3 Hrs
BHM 103 Food and Beverage Service I 3 Hrs
BHM 104 Housekeeping Operations I 3 Hrs
Code Subject Credit Hours
second Semester
ENG 151 English II 3 Hrs
MGT 151 Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management 3 Hrs
ACC 151 Financial Accounting 3 Hrs
BHM 151 Food Production Patisserie II 3 Hrs
BHM 152 Food and Beverage Service II 3 Hrs
BHM 153 Housekeeping Operations II 3 Hrs

Second Year

36 Credit Hours

Code Subject Credit Hours
Third Semester
MKT 201 Sales and Marketing 3 Hrs
ACC 201 Cost and Management Accountancy 3 Hrs
BHM 201 Food Science and Nutrition 3 Hrs
BHM 202 Food Production Operations 3 Hrs
BHM 203 Bar and Beverage Service 3 Hrs
BHM 204 Front Office Operations I 3 Hrs
Code Subject Credit Hours
Fourth Semester
FIN 251 Financial Management 3 Hrs
SOC 251 Nepalese Society and Politics 3 Hrs
BHM 251 Hotel Engineering 3 Hrs
BHM 252 Food Production Management 3 Hrs
BHM 253 Food and Beverage Management 3 Hrs
BHM 254 Front Office Operations II 3 Hrs

Third Year

36 Credit Hours

Code Subject Credit Hours
Fifth Semester
MGT 301 Entrepreneurship 3 Hrs
STT 301 Statistics 3 Hrs
ECO 301 Economics 3 Hrs
BHM 301 E-Commerce for Hospitality 3 Hrs
BHM 302 Event Management for Tourism and Hospitality 3 Hrs
Code Subject Credit Hours
Sixth Semester
MGT 351 Strategic Management 3 Hrs
RCH 351 Research Methodology and Project Report 3 Hrs
BHM 351 Legal Environment for Hospitality 3 Hrs
BHM 352 Cultural Resources of Tourism in Nepal 3 Hrs
ELH 385 Barista and Bartending 3 Hrs
ELH 386 Room Division Management 3 Hrs
ELH 387 Advance Food Production 3 Hrs

Fourth Year

12 Credit Hours

Code Subject Credit Hours
Seventh Semester
BHM 449 Industrial Exposure 12 Hrs


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Objective of our BHM (TU) Program

The following are the stated missions of our TU affiliated Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM) program:

  • Develop skilled and professional individuals with a strong foundation in hotel management and the hospitality industry.
  • Provide comprehensive knowledge and practical skills in areas such as hotel operations, food and beverage management, event planning, and tourism management.
  • Foster critical thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making abilities in students to effectively address challenges in the dynamic hospitality sector.
  • Prepare students for leadership roles in the hotel and tourism industry, emphasizing ethical practices, cultural sensitivity, and customer service excellence.
  • Offer industry-relevant curriculum aligned with the latest industry trends and global standards in hotel management.
  • Provide students with practical training, internships, and industry collaborations to enhance their hands-on experience and professional network.
  • Facilitate career growth and entrepreneurship opportunities in the hospitality sector, both within Nepal and on the global stage.
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Non-credit Courses for BHM

Semester I

Language Club

Join language clubs to improve communication skills, especially in language commonly used in the hospitality industries. (e.g., French, Spanish and Mandarin)

Leadership and Student Government

Join student Government or leadership organizations to develop leadership and organizational skills.

Sustainability Initiatives

Engage in sustainability and eco-friendly initiative within the campus or local community

Community Services and Volunteering

Contribute to community services and volunteering projects to develop a sense of social responsibility and team work. (e.g., Blood donation, Plantation, cleaning natural resources)

Semester II

Professional Development

Attend workshops and seminars on resume writing, interview skills, and job search strategies to prepare for relate job during academic year

Mentoring Programs

Seek out mentoring program where experiences professionals in the hospitality industry can provide guidance and advice.

Hospitality and Culinary Clubs

Joining or creating clubs related to hospitality, tourism, or culinary arts can provide networking opportunities, workshops, and hands-on experiences in these fields.

Advance excel and Tally training

It helps to student for better accountability and financial approach for enhancing for their carrier growth.

Semester III

Event Planning and Management

Get involved in event planning and management for school events, conferences, or local events to hone organizational and leadership skills.

Wine and Beverage Tasting Clubs

Explore wine and beverage tasting clubs to learn about wine pairing, mixology, and beverage management.

Hospitality Industry Tours

Organize or participate in tours of hotels, restaurants, and other hospitality establishments to gain real-world insights into the industry's operations.

Beverage Industry Exposer

Will conduct a day beverage industry visit to know about its operation and distribution.

Semester IV

Networking Events and Conferences

Attend industry-specific networking events, conferences, and seminars to connect with professionals and stay updated on industry trends.

Cultural Clubs and International Exchanges

Participate in cultural clubs or consider international exchange programs to broaden cultural awareness and adaptability, which can be essential in the global hospitality industry.

Sports and Fitness Activities

Engage in sports and fitness activities to promote physical well-being and stress relief, which can be crucial in a demanding industry.

Certifications and Workshops

Pursue additional certifications or attend workshops related to the hospitality industry, such as food safety, barista training, or event planning.

Semester V

Hotel and Restaurant Management Competitions

Participate in competitions and contests related to hotel and restaurant management, such as case competitions or culinary challenges.

Cultural Clubs and International Exchanges

Participate in cultural clubs or consider international exchange programs to broaden cultural awareness and adaptability, which can be essential in the global hospitality industry.

Hospitality Publications and Blogs

Contribute to or start a hospitality-focused publication, blog, or vlog to showcase your knowledge and insights in the field.

Advance Computer diploma training

PowerPoint, Word and many more

Semester VI

Entrepreneurship Initiatives

Explore entrepreneurship by participating in business plan competitions or starting small hospitality-related businesses on campus.

Internships and Co-op Programs

Seek internships or co-op programs in hotels, restaurants, or other hospitality establishments to gain practical experience and establish industry connections

Out door catering

Out door catering activities in various hospitality organization like Hotel, Event planner, Resort and many more

Resume Writing

Resume Writing, cover latter development, Noc Preparation method and Interview preparation for Internship or placement

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How this course will help you?

Gain a comprehensive education in the thriving field of hospitality management.

Develop practical skills through hands-on training and internships in reputed hotels and resorts.

Access a well-rounded curriculum that covers hotel operations, food and beverage management, and front office operations.

Benefit from experienced faculty who bring industry insights and expertise to the classroom.

Explore diverse career opportunities in hotel operations, event management, tourism, and more.

Enjoy the advantage of studying in Chitwan, a vibrant location known for its hospitality industry and rich cultural heritage.

FAQs about the Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM) Program

What subjects are covered in the BHM curriculum?

The BHM curriculum covers a wide range of subjects, including hotel operations, food and beverage management, front office operations, housekeeping management, event planning, business management, marketing, finance, and human resource management. See the course details above for details.

Are there any opportunities for practical training?

Yes, Aarambha College provides practical training opportunities through internships in reputed hotels, resorts, and other hospitality establishments. These hands-on experiences allow students to apply their knowledge and develop practical skills in real-world settings.

What career opportunities are available after completing the BHM program?

Graduates of the BHM program have diverse career opportunities in the hospitality industry. They can pursue roles such as front office managers, food and beverage managers, housekeeping supervisors, event managers, tourism managers, and hospitality consultants. Some graduates may even start their own entrepreneurial ventures, such as opening their own hotels or restaurants.

Is the BHM program recognized and accredited?

Yes, the BHM program provided by Aarambha College is affiliated with Tribhuvan University, which is a renowned and accredited institution in Nepal. The program follows the prescribed curriculum and quality standards set by the university.

Why should I choose Aarambha College for studying BHM?

Aarambha College offers a conducive learning environment with experienced faculty who bring industry expertise to the classroom. Located in Chitwan, a vibrant city known for its hospitality industry, students have the advantage of being exposed to a rich cultural heritage and ample career opportunities in the local hospitality sector.

Do you provide scholarships or financial assistance for BHM students?

Yes, we offer scholarships and financial assistance programs for deserving and meritorious students. We have various scholarship schemes based on academic performance, entrance exam results, and financial need.

Are there any extracurricular activities or clubs for BHM students at Aarambha College?

Yes, Aarambha College encourages students' holistic development and offers a range of extracurricular activities, clubs, and events. BHM students can participate in cultural clubs, hospitality events, seminars, and workshops to enhance their skills and gain practical exposure.

Can BHM graduates pursue higher education opportunities after completing their degree?

Yes, BHM graduates can pursue higher education opportunities both in Nepal and abroad. They can opt for master's programs in hospitality management, tourism management, business administration, or related fields to further enhance their knowledge and career prospects.

How do you support the placement and career development of BHM students?

We have a dedicated career development cell that assists BHM students in placement and career guidance. We organize career fairs, industry interactions, and internship placements to connect students with leading hospitality establishments and increase their employability.

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