Hotel Management NCHMCT JEE- A Few Important Things To Know

Interested in pursuing Hotel Management as a career?


Well, here are the details of the NCHMCT JEE entrance exam for you. Amongst the top entrance exams for admission to the hotel management degree course.

1. About the Hospitality & Hotel Administration Programme:

The Bachelor of Science Program in Hospitality and Hotel Management is conducted together by the National Council for Hotel Management (NCHMCT) and the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)

The 3 years (6 Semesters) course furnishes students with all the required aptitudes, approach and knowledge to effectively release supervisory duties in the Hospitality Sector.

The program additionally includes in detail lab work for students to gain required knowledge and ability measures in the operational zones of Food and Beverage Service, Food Production, Front Office Operation and Housekeeping. It likewise gives management related inputs.

2. Physical Fitness:

All qualified applicants should present a physical wellness certificate during the admission process from a Registered Medical Practitioner in the recommended format given at ANNEXURE-I

3. Entrance Exam Syllabus:

The general pattern of this entrance exam is as follows:

  • Logical Reasoning (30 questions)

  • Aptitude and Numerical Ability (30 questions)

  • English language (60 questions)

  • Service Sector Aptitude (50 questions)

  • General Knowledge and Current Affairs (30 questions)

Total questions: 200 in 3.00 hours

Question Paper is both in Hindi and English (apart from the English language)

Negative marking is present.

4. Age Limit:

Normally, for applicants from General and OBC categories, upper age bar is 22 years as on 01st July 2017. Applicants born on or after 01st July 1995 are qualified; as far as SC and ST candidates are concerned, upper age bar is 25 years as on 01st July 2016.

That means, SC/ST hopefuls born on or after 01st July 1997 are qualified. Upper age restrict for Physically Challenged applicants should be figured according to the class he/she has a place with i.e. General/SC/ST/OBC.

Your DOB as mentioned in the Secondary Education Board/Pre-University Certificate will be considered as an authentic proof.

5. Eligibility:

A pass in 10+2 of Senior Secondary Exam or its proportional with English as one of the subjects

Applicant should have cleared English as a subject of study (be it functional/elective/core) in the qualifying exam; those showing up in 10+2 or similar exam can likewise show up in JEE 2017 on provisional premise

Provisional admission holds cancelled out if the proof of having passed the qualifying exam (10+2 or similar) is not submitted during the time of counselling or at the admission time

The confirmation of your admission is liable to checking of the original certificates during the admission process; if any applicant is found ineligible even after admission to an Institute, his/her admission will stand dropped.

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