The Institute

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This Institute is established in 1999 under the aegis of Shri Banarsidas Chandiwala Sewa Smarak Trust Society, a charitable Society working in the field of Health & Education since 1952, with a view to provide quality education. BCIHMCT, New Delhi is a young and progressive Hotel Management Institute and prominent among Best Hotel Management Colleges in the country, created a niche for itself as a source of competent managerial and technical manpower for the hotel industry. The faculty and the students – share the vision and mission of the Institute and are active partners in its implementation. The Institute is Accredited with "Grade -A" by NAAC , an autonomous body under UGC, as Quality Institution. 

BCIHMCT, New Delhi was the First Hotel Management Institute established under Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi awarding a four-year degree in Hotel Management & Catering Technology and is approved by AICTE (All India Council of Technical Education) Ministry of HRD, Government of India. BCIHMCT is graded as an A+ Category Institute by Delhi Govt and GGSIP University, Delhi.

The ‘Process Management Approach’ followed by the institute facilitates in effective implementation of each process and it’s monitoring. Both the stakeholders – the faculty and the students – share the vision and mission of the Institute and are active partners in its implementation.

Specification of Land

Sr. No Document No. Date of Registration Plot No. Address (Village) Dist Area in Acres
1 Farad issued by Revenue Deptt., Govt. of NCT of Delhi 15.2.1980 Situated in the revenue estate of Village Bahapur, Khasra Nos. 1579/474/475/465,467,468 and 469. Chandiwala Estate, MaaAnand Mai Marg, Kalkaji, New Delhi-110019 Land measuring 48 bighas 17 Biswas (10 Acres). Out of which 0.5 acre land is earmarked for the Institute
Total Area of Institute (in Acres): 0.5 Acre

Padagogy

Dedicated and research oriented faculty implements teaching-learning process at BCIHMCT through rigorous planning and keeping in view the industry needs. Students undergo classroom lectures, tutorials, case studies, assignments, seminars, workshops, multimedia presentations, and lectures from guest speakers from the industry and academia. To develop integrated knowledge of programming, students visit hotels for industrial exposure & are exposed to research projects on the topics related to syllabus, latest trends in technology. Students regularly participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

Faculty

Well qualified, permanent & dedicated academic team with hospitality background at BCIHMCT consists of core and visiting/ guest faculty from the industry, usefully supplemented by regular practical inputs applicable in the Hospitality Industry. Besides the basic course material students are trained in communication skills, creative thinking and problem solving techniques while grooming them for better social interaction among themselves and the world outside. BCIHMCT ensure that our students have easy accessibility to faculty guidance, firm assurance of staff support and a very caring and nurturing environment. All these lead to effective realization of our objectives and goals.

Mentoring System

Institute has in place an effective mentoring system through which student’s performance and difficulties are assessed at academic and personal level. Each student’s performance record is being maintained and he/she is counselled for excellence in the areas. Faculty members are assigned as mentor to respective groups. Students are encouraged to meet with their mentor and freely discuss their problems and suggestions. The mentor ensures complete confidentiality of the identity of students. Common issues raised by the students are discussed in faculty meetings.

Student Feedback System

To remain student centric and to measure student satisfaction level, student feedback mechanism is implemented, in structured and unstructured manner. At the end of each semester, the students fill up a structured feedback questionnaire related to the effectiveness of faculty in the implementing teaching-learning process. The identity of student is optional. The data so received is analysed and Faculty Effectiveness Index is calculated and shared with each faculty. Faculty development inputs are gathered from student feedback. Student feedback is also received by the Director through interactive session with each class and during the Student Council meetings.

Working Hours

The institute opens on five days in a week from Monday to Friday from 9:00 A.M to 5:00 P.M. The Institute follows AICTE mandated 40 hours per week and 90 days teaching per semester.