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About BHM

We are pleased to welcome you in Gupteshwor Mahadev Multiple Campus, Chhorepatan, Pokhara affiliated to Tribhuvan University. Also we are delighted to introduce our prestigious and comprehensive four-year Bachelor’s in Hotel Management (BHM) course. The BHM program at our campus is designed to equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in the dynamic and growing hospitality industry.

The primary objective of our BHM course is to produce competent and highly skilled professionals who can lead and manage various aspects of the hospitality sector. Our program aims to foster a deep understanding of hospitality management principles, culinary arts, customer service, hotel operations, and event management. Students will be exposed to both theoretical knowledge and practical experiences to develop their critical thinking, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills, which are essential for success in this field.

To ensure an integrated learning experience, our campus is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, modern classrooms, and practical training kitchens. We have a team of dedicated and experienced faculty members who bring their industry expertise to the classroom, offering valuable insights and guidance to the students.

We have also not only one but two fully-equipped kitchens – a basic kitchen for fundamental culinary skills and an advanced kitchen for more specialized techniques. In addition, our campus boasts a sophisticated fine dining restaurant where students can hone their skills in delivering top-notch culinary experiences. To add to the diversity of practical training, we also have a cozy coffee shop with an attached bar, allowing students to gain insights into the art of beverage preparation and customer service. One suite room with cozy bed and drawing room add extra garland in our BHM properties. These facilities play a crucial role in preparing our students for the challenges and opportunities that await them in the dynamic world of hospitality management.

Our BHM course is divided into various departments, each focusing on specific aspects of hospitality management. The departments include Food Production, Food and Beverage Service, Front Office, Housekeeping, and Maintenance department. These specialized departments allow students to gain in-depth knowledge in their chosen areas and develop expertise in their respective fields.

Throughout the program’s eight semesters, students will delve into various aspects of hospitality management, equipping themselves with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in the industry. One of the highlights of our BHM course is the opportunity for international exposure during the 6th and 7th semesters. Students embark on an enriching journey abroad for their internships, where they can apply their theoretical knowledge in real-world settings and gain invaluable insights into global hospitality practices. This international exposure not only enhances their understanding of the industry but also broadens their cultural horizons, making them adaptable and confident professionals ready to take on the challenges of the global hospitality landscape. Our commitment to providing hands-on experience and international opportunities sets our BHM program apart, preparing our graduates to stand out in the competitive job market and embark on a successful career in the dynamic world of hotel management

The class schedule is designed to provide students with comprehensive and effective learning experiences. During practical courses, which include hands-on training in various aspects of hospitality management, the classes run from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. This extended schedule allows students to immerse themselves fully in the practical activities, gaining valuable experience in real-world scenarios.

On the other hand, during theory courses, the classes are scheduled from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. This timing provides students with focused and engaging lectures, where they delve into the theoretical aspects of hotel management, hospitality principles, and industry best practices. The shorter duration for theory classes allows students to concentrate on absorbing essential knowledge while providing ample time for self-study and preparation.

Students get the opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge gained during theory classes into real-world situations during practical sessions. This integration really boost them in practical classes and help in their overall performance.

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