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Professional Course

Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM)

Uttarakhand University
college in uttarakhand

The hotel industry is a burgeoning sector which promises lucrative career opportunities. It is a part of the wider hospitality or service sector. A bachelor in Hotel Management has been usefully crafted keeping this in mind. At RC, we are all geared up to provide the best industry experience to our students. Our newly updated curriculum combined with the latest industry knowledge makes us the best hotel management college in Dehradun and Uttarakhand.
The course takes young students to various areas of hotel work like office operation, hospitality, sales, and marketing, etc. The hotel industry today has become a global business which caters the needs and demands of various other sectors as well. This is one of the best career choices today.

Jobs Directly Related To BHM

Apart from jobs in Hotels and restaurants, hotel management graduates holder can find good jobs in.

  • Airline Caterings (flight kitchen) and Cabin Services
  • Club management.
  • Cruise Ship Hotel Management.
  • Hospital administration and catering
  • Hotel and Tourism Associations (eg- state tourism development corporations).
  • Hospitality services in the Indian Navy.
  • Hospitality services in top 5 Stars Ranking Hotels .
  • Forest Lodges.
  • 5 Stars Motel and resorts.
  • Kitchen Management in 5 Stars hotels and Cruise line.
  • Kitchen Management in 5 Stars hotels and Cruise line.
  • Hotel and catering institutes (as a management trainee/ marketing or sales executive).
  • Self employment (as an entrepreneur).

Job Prospects

Hotel management like any other sector is subject to the state of national economy and global economy. When the economy is doing well jobs come a lot in the sector. Currently there are more than 2.40 million people working in hotel, catering and allied industry in India and the number is going to increase in next couple of years as new hotels are coming up in large numbers in urban and semi-urban areas. Trained hotel management professionals would have privilege over untrained graduates as hotels are not willing invest in training of recruits rather prefer trained ones.