Diploma in Hotel Management (DHM) - Food and Beverage
Diploma in Food & Beverage Service is a 1.5-year diploma programme designed for applicants interested in working in the foodservice industry, such as Hotels, Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, and Canteens. Food and Beverage Management is a popular career choice for students seeking a broad understanding of Hotel and Hospitality Administration.
This Diploma program teaches students how to assist in the culinary industry and how to manage the hospitality of clients who use the company's services. Students learn more about food and its etiquettes that are utilized in the Hotel industry to provide excellent service to customers with the help of core subjects. Diploma in Food & Beverage Services is created so that students may effortlessly meet the commercial demand for Hotel and Hospitality Management. This programme is for candidates who have nice personas, better verbal abilities, and exceptional managerial skills. The Diploma's main goal at our School of Hotel Management & Tourism, is to prepare students to be competent professionals who will contribute to the Food and Beverage business in a positive way.
Students will gain a thorough knowledge of the fundamentals as well as the necessary knowledge and skills to become high achievers in the food and beverage industry.
- 19+ years of experience
- Focus on student-centred learning
- Problem-based learning
- Industry involvement in curriculum development & training
- Best placement opportunities to get placed in high-end and reputed companies
- Industrial training in reputable firms and organizations
- The privilege of 100% placement guidance and support
- Industry visits, seminars, workshops, and guest lectures by eminent researchers and industry practitioners
- Active student clubs and bodies
- The multi-cultural and vibrant teaching environment
Eligibility & Fee Details
Duration & Eligibility
The candidate must have passed 10+2 examination or equivalent from a recognized board.
|Academic fee ( Per Sem)
One Time Fee
|Application Fee (Non-Refundable)
|Admission Fee (Non-Refundable)
|University Enrollment Fee (Non-Refundable)
|Exam fees ( Per Semester)
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Program Educational Objectives (PEO's)
|To show a strong interest in the processes of Food and Beverage Service and to take an active role in the Food and Beverage Service duties.
|To gain proficiency in the abilities required for Food and Beverage Service, such as maintaining hygiene, savory, and a strong professional eye required for Food and Beverage Service and other integrated parts of the Hotel Industry, as well as a thorough awareness of their core ideas.
|To provide students with a fundamental foundation of the Hotel industry, specifically the Food and Beverage Service field, so that they may become capable professionals who know what they're doing.
|To enable students to develop abilities such as communication, creativity, ingenuity, and leadership while maintaining a technical understanding that will help them succeed in their careers.
|Ingrain relevant abilities in them, allowing them to become skilled and knowledgeable in areas related to hotels, food, and beverages
Program Specific Objectives (PSO's)
|Display, conduct, and execute the duties and tasks professionally and in compliance with the Hotel industry's and, specifically, the Food and Beverage Service field's benchmarks.
|Manage and complete duties, procedures, and actions in the management of Hotels, Restaurants, and inns, as well as a variety of other professional institutions.
|By identifying problems, devising solutions, implementing them, and necessary action management in Food and Beverage Service and Hotel Management, you may increase your outcome, logical thinking aptitude, creativity, and evaluation skills.
|Impart significant knowledge and abilities necessary for working in a company with a broad collection of duties.
|Demonstrate proficiency in the use of professional management and other related abilities, as well as the instruments and methodologies.
Program Grid Structure
|Introduction to Food Service- I
|Introduction to Beverage Service- I
|Foundation course in Bakery
|Foundation course in Confectionary
|Food Service- II
|Hygiene & Sanitation-I
|Industrial Training and Log Book & Training Report
Job Opportunities The Course Might Lead To
Graduates of Food and Beverage are hired in sectors such as f&b manufacturing, front desk, cleaning, executive chefs, dietetics, and catering, among others. After graduating from this Diploma programme, graduates will have a plethora of prospects in the rapidly increasing hotel industry. Students can work in a variety of roles, including:
- Assistant F&B Manager
- Food and Beverage Supervisor
- Cooking Teacher
- Sports Nutritionist
- Guest service associate