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Examinations are method to evaluate the level of understanding, grasping and observing subjects, products and adopting ethics of the chosen field.
The process of examinations is divided into two components:
For further clarification students and guardians are requested to check NCHMCT Exam Guide available in websites of IHM RANCHI and NCHMCT
ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO THE EXAMINATION
In order to be eligible to take the Council’s examinations (any semester/ term or course), a candidate must have; been on the roll of an affiliated institution for one full academic session (period of study) in the course for which he/she wants to take the examination; submitted his/her application to the Controller of Examinations through the head of the institution last attended or any other authority nominated by the National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology for this purpose; produced the certificate signed by the forwarding authority of having attended not less than 75% of the aggregate of all lectures, practical and tutorial classes held during the session (effective teaching hours/ contact hours). Attendance in lectures, practical and tutorials shall be counted from the date of commencement of session as per Council's calendar.
Note: A student is expected to attend 100% classes i.e. theory, practical & Tutorial. The above relaxation is provided for absence due to unforeseen reason.
Note: Industrial Training shall not form part of above and will be treated separately.
A candidate who is disallowed from appearing for an examination for not fulfilling the conditions at 4.1.3 above shall be required to fulfil all the conditions afresh, before being entitled to appear for the examination.
Those candidates who, because of being ineligible to appear in any of the National Council Examinations, are detained in the same semester/ term whether on account of shortage in attendance or for any other reasons will be required to repeat that semester/ term as a regular student in the following year and may, if otherwise eligible and if so permitted, appear in the next semester/ term examination. Detained students will not be permitted progression to next semester of the course.
Industrial Training (IIIrd or IVth Semester of B.Sc in Hospitality & Hotel Administration):
Industrial Training will require an input of 102 days (17 weeks X 6 days per week = 102 days). To qualify for examination a student must login at least 87 days of Industrial Training. Student can avail 15 days leave with prior permission of hotel authorities. A student, who fails to attend 87 days of Industrial Training will not be allowed to appear for examination and treated as fail in the subject. Such a student will be allowed to complete the Industrial Training shortfall during vacation and appear in the subsequent examination, if otherwise eligible.
A candidate, who fulfils the conditions above but does not appear for the examination, may at his/ her option appear for the subsequent examination as an external student. In such cases the internal assessment put in shall be preserved by the Head of the Institution and presented at the subsequent examination.
Attendance of the students, provisionally promoted to the next higher class, shall be counted from the date of commencement of session.
A candidate having passed an examination shall not be entitled to re-appear for the same examination. Improvement in pass subjects is not permitted.
Period to clear/ pass all papers/ subjects of a course shall be as under:
Two years Masters Degree in Hospitality
Four Academic years
One and Half year Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics and Hospital Food Service
Three Academic Years
One and Half year Post Graduate Diploma in Accommodation Operations and Management
Three years Bachelors Degree in Hospitality &
Six Academic Years
One and Half year Diploma in Food Production
Three Academic Years
One and Half year Diploma in Bakery &
One and Half year Diploma in Food &
One and Half year Diploma in Housekeeping
One and Half year Diploma in Front Office
One and Half year Craftsmanship Certificate Course in Food Production and Patisserie
Six months Craftsmanship Certificate Course
in Food and Beverage Service
Three Academic sessions/terms
Failure to clear the subject(s) in the last year/ session will in effect result in the candidate being OUT OF SYSTEM. Such candidates desirous to continue the course will have to seek fresh permission to clear their pending subjects of the course as per the manner prescribed by the National Council.
Following shall be taken as ‘MALPRACTICE’ in the examination
MINIMUM PASS MARKS
Note: For the purpose of mark computation, a fraction of half or more than half shall be counted as one in the final computation.