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Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology & Applied Nutrition, [IHMCTAN] Bangalore Reviews

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Ishu
Ishu
BSc in Hospitality & Hotel Administration, batch of 2019
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
2/10
  • There is only 1 hostel in IHM. It costs Around 6500 per month.
  • PGs can provide better facilities & locate at a much better place for the same price.
  • Food is free & is cooked by the college students & depends on every day on the people cooking it. 
  • Wi-Fi available but not provided to the students, the library is limited but very helpful. Labs are great, classrooms average.

ACADEMICS & FACULTY
4/10
  • Everything is on time & all projects are to be done punctually & without fail. the discipline is high in IHM.
  • Quality & method of teaching varies from teacher to teacher but overall it stands on top 5 IHMs. Campus experience zero as the college is very small. The Management is decent

FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
4/10
  • The Fees in IHM per year is ₹74000. 
  • Scholarships are provided by the university which is NCHMCT (National Council of Hotel Management & Catering Technology).

PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
7/10
  • I did an Internship in Ritz-Carlton, Bangalore with a stipend of ₹1800/month.
  • Big brands like Marriott, ITC, Taj, Oberoi's select students from IHM for placements depending on their field of interest &/or specialty.
  • Starting salary can vary from ₹15000/month to ₹45000/month. The Highest salaries can be up to 30 lakhs/month & higher.
  • Placement percentage has been 162% last year.

Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • To be made sure that the student has passed from a 10+2 or higher level of schooling in order to be assured of admission into IHM.
  • The exam I took was NCHMCT-JEE to get in.
  • The Cut-offs are rank-based where the top three institutes take students from rank 1-1000.