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Hotel Management


The hotel and hospitality industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. It, however, faces a constant shortage of qualified manpower and hotel management specialists to lead it. Currently, approximately one out often people around the world are employed in the hospitality industry.

Countries like China have moved way ahead of India in several sectors including tourism and hospitality. Even smaller countries like Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore are earning a lot through this industry.

India has also realized the importance of the hospitality sector and the Central Government, along with the State Governments, are now planning to revive the tourism, hotel and hospitality industry. An immediate step towards helping this industry is to pay attention to the scarcity of trained staff in this field.

One can notice several initiatives being taken in setting up educational institutions to train students in the field of ‘Hotel Management, Hospitality, Catering Technology, Travel and Tourism’. There seems to be no doubt that these students will see tremendous job opportunities and have great growth potential.

Job Opportunities

Global growth and development of tourism have provided several job opportunities for graduates in the hospitality sector.

It is clearly a myth that Hotel Management is only for those who want to become chefs or cooks. Hotel Management graduates can get jobs in the Service Sector and this stream has today emerged as an academic stream that is creating specialists for several sections of the Service Sector such as airlines, ships, cruises, banks, insurance companies, travel and tourism agencies, etc

Further with India emerging as a popular tourist and business destination, one can foresee huge job opportunities for these students in firms within the travel and tourism industry. Today, Health and Fitness are also emerging as important sectors that promise great growth potential. Hospitality graduates are in great demand by organisations in these sectors.

This academic stream also  provides  several Entrepreneurship opportunities. These students can start catering agencies that serve corporate houses or institutions or even private functions. The students can start their own confectionery, bakery houses, etc. These sectors definitely provide lucrative business opportunities for students.

Metropolitan cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Gurgaon, etc. have seen a spurt in huge Shopping Malls. The Hospitality graduates can very easily be absorbed in these service-oriented organizations also.

Let’s look at some of the main job options:

  • Customer relations executive in hotels and other Service Sectors.

  • Kitchen management/housekeeping management trainee in hotels.

  • Airlines catering and cabin services.

  • Ships and cruises as customer relations officers or catering officers/chefs.

  • Restaurants and fast food joints. Health and fitness centres.

  • Travel and tourism companies

  • Executives in tourism development corporations and resorts Clubs and Recreation centres

  • Hospital administration and catering.

  • Institutional and industrial catering for big corporate houses Manufactures and suppliers of hotel and restaurant equipment and services

  • Teaching at hotel management and catering institutes Banks and Insurance Houses

  • Government-owned catering departments, for example, railways, armed forces, ministerial conventions, etc.

  •  Food, confectionery, beverage production industries, etc

About the Course

The Bachelor’s programme in Hotel Management is a three / four years comprehensive course that has been developed in response to the needs of those seeking managerial employment in the Indian and international hospitality industry.


It provides a vocationally rich and relevant course of education that is intellectually challenging and will prepare students for a successful career by providing them with managerial inputs, in addition to strong skills development vital to a career in the hospitality industry.


It combines an extensive educational curriculum with industrial training, providing graduates who are fully attuned to competitive aspects and demands of the hospitality industry.


Typically, a hotel management course would start with a focus on skill development, practical training and theory inputs in areas like front office operations, housekeeping operations, and food production, etc.


This is followed by theory inputs at the supervisory level, complemented with a six to eight months on-the-job training programme that provides an exposure to the industry.


The students are also exposed to theory inputs of management subjects like financial management, marketing management, tourism planning and development etc.

Subjects of Hotel Management

  • Core Hospitality Operations Subjects

    • Food Production

    • Food & Beverages

    • Housekeeping Operations

    • Front office operations ​

  • Primary Management Subjects

    • Finance

    • Human

    • Resource

    • Marketing

  • Supplementary Management Subjects

    • Hotel Law

    • Economics

    • Travel and Tourism

    • Computer

  • Ancillary Subjects

    • Catering Science

    • Personality Development

    • Facility Planning

    • French

MCM Hotel Management Entrance Test Training Programs

MCM offers a comprehensive ONLINE Training Program or an


Crash Course immediately

after HSC (12th Std) Exam

2 Year Training Program for FYJC (11th Std) Students

1 Year Training Program for SYJC (12th Std) Students

Correspondence Course 

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