MBA (Hotel & Tourism  Management)

MBA (Hotel & Tourism  Management)

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Srinivas University aims to achieve academic excellence by providing multi-faceted education to the students and encourage them to reach the pinnacle of success. The University has designed a system that would provide rigorous academic training and necessary skills to enable them to excel in their careers.Srinivas University is committed to provide a conducive learning environment which ensures comprehensive development of students and make them competent, confident and good citizens. The objective of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) Programme of Srinivas University is to provide high quality management education to students through advancement of knowledge in all business administration functions and development of professionalism, confidence and creative ability in student managers.

These regulations shall be cited as Academic Regulations Pertaining to Master of Business Administration (MBA) Specialization in Hotel Management & Tourism program of Srinivas University (2019 onwards)

 

Index to regulation

Regulation No Title
R1 Extent of application
R2 Programme objective
R3 Minimum eligibility for admission
R4 Admission procedure
R5 Duration of the programme and medium of instruction
R6 Time limit for completion
R7 Attendance
R8 Courses, Credits And Specialisations
R9 Project Work
R10 Scheme Of Examination
R11 Registration For Examination
R12 Carry Over Provision
R13 Standard Of Passing
R14.0 Course Wise Grading of Students
R14.1 Absolute grading system
R14.2 Conversion of grades into percentage
R14.3 Failure in a course
R14.4 A course completed cannot be repeated
R14.5 Getting a Fail grade
R14.6 Pass in a course with earnable credits
R14.7 Provision of Make-up Examination

 Regulation

 

R1. EXTENT OF APPLICATION

These regulations will apply to Master of Business Administration (MBA) Specialization in Hotel  Management and Tourism Programme of Srinivas University (2019 onwards) having approval of the University/UGC/AICTE as the case may be.

R2. PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE

The objective of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) Specialization in Hotel Management and Tourism Programme of Srinivas University is to provide high quality management education to students through advancement of knowledge in all business administration functions and development of professionalism, confidence and creative ability in student managers.

R3. MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION

A candidate should be a graduate under 10+2+3 or 10+2+4 pattern in any discipline from a recognized university with a valid entrance score.

R4. ADMISSION PROCEDURE

All admissions shall be made through an entrance test conducted by appropriate body as approved by Srinivas University from time to time.

R5. DURATION OF THE PROGRAMME AND MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION

The duration of the programme shall extend over 4 semesters (two academic years). Medium of instruction for all subjects and examination shall be English only.

R6. TIME LIMIT FOR COMPLETION

The candidate shall complete the programme within four years from the date of registration in the programme. The term completing the programme means passing all the prescribed examinations of the programme to become eligible for the degree.

R7. ATTENDANCE

No candidate shall be considered to have pursued a regular course of study unless he/she is certified to have attended 75% of the total number of class room sessions conducted in each semester in each paper during his/her course of study. Any student not complying with this requirement shall not be allowed to appear in the semester examinations.

A student not allowed to appear in the preceding semester examinations due to shortage of attendance, may appear in the papers of the preceding semester along with the papers of the current semester after making up the shortfall in the attendance.

R8. COURSES, CREDITS AND SPECIALISATIONS

As per Annexure A.

SUMMARY

SEMESTER TOTAL MARKS TOTAL CREDITS
SEMESTER I 700 26
SEMESTER II 700 26
SEMESTER III 700 26
SEMESTER IV 700 20
  2800 98

R9. PROJECT WORK

Candidates have to undertake two projects during the MBA Programme, viz., (a) Corporate Internship (b) Research Based Project.

Corporate Internship Project: Each candidate should undertake a Corporate Internship work immediately after the II semester examination and submit a bound copy of the report at the beginning of III Semester. This project, under the guidance of a faculty of the institution, has to be on a live management problem/issue concerning either an organization or otherwise. This could involve a desk study/data analysis/ extension work or exploration of an idea or its implementation.

Research Based Project: Every student is required to work on a project in the area of his/her specialization and prepare a dissertation report under the supervision of a Faculty guide. Prior to the actual work, the students are required to submit a synopsis of the dissertation incorporating the statement of problem, objectives and methodology to be followed and submit the same to the faculty guide.

The dissertation duly signed by the guide and certified by the principal/director is to be submitted in a bound copy and a soft copy to the university at the end of the IV semester and the dissertation shall carry 700 marks. The dissertation shall be evaluated for 500 marks by two examiners (One of them will be the faculty member who has guided the work and other will be the external examiner appointed by the BOE). There shall be a viva-voce examination for 200 marks on the dissertation. Viva-voce will be conducted by Board of Examiners/examiners authorized by Chairman of BOE. Detailed guidelines will be issued by PG Department from time to time.

R10. SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Written Examinations shall be conducted at the end of each Semester as per the Academic Calendar notified in advance. Each course will carry 100 marks of which 50 marks shall be reserved for internal assessment and the remaining 50 marks for written examination to be held at the end of each semester.

The internal assessment marks shall be based on factors such as:

    Participation in case studies/ discussion, seminars and group activities; Class tests, quizzes and Internal Examinations; Submission of written assignments, term papers and viva-voce Class attendance. The weightage given to each of these factors shall be decided and announced at the beginning of the semester by the individual teacher responsible for the paper, and the marks obtained shall be made open to the students and also shown separately in the mark sheet.

R11. REGISTRATION FOR EXAMINATION:

 A candidate shall register for all the papers of the semester when he/she appears for the examination of that semester for the first time.

R12. CARRY OVER PROVISION:

Candidates who fail the lower examinations may take higher semester examinations. The results of candidates who have passed the fourth semester examination, but not passed all the examinations of the earlier semesters shall be announced as NCL (not completed lower examination). Such candidates shall be eligible for the degree only after completion of all the earlier examinations.

R13. STANDARD OF PASSING

The minimum marks for passing the examination for each semester shall be 50% in aggregate and a minimum of 50% marks in each paper.

R.14.0 Course Wise Grading of Students

Letter Grades and Grade Points (GP) Based on the semester performance, each student is awarded a final letter grade at the end of the semester in each Course. The letter grades and the corresponding grade points are as follows:

R.14.1 The Srinivas University adopts absolute grading system wherein the marks are converted to grades, and every semester results will be declared with semester grade point average (SGPA) and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA). The CGPA will be calculated every semester, except the first semester.

The grading system  is with the  following letter  grades  as  given below:

Grades and Grade Points

Level Out standing Excellent Very good Good Above Average Average Poor Fail
Letter Grade O S A B C D E F
Grade Points 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 00

A student obtaining Grade “F” shall be considered failed and will be required to reappear in the examination.

Such students after passing the failed subject in subsequent examination/s will be awarded with “E” grade irrespective of marks he/she scores in the subsequent examination/s.

Number of attempts taken to clear a subject/s shall be shown in the transcripts.

Level Out standing Excellent Very good Good Above Average Average Poor Fail
Letter Grade O S A B C D E F
Grade Points 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 00
Score (Marks) Range (%) ≥ 90 <90 <80

≥70

<70

≥65

< 65

≥60

< 60

≥55

< 55

≥ 50

<50

Computation of SGPA and CGPA

The following procedure to compute the Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA):

ii. The SGPA is the ratio of sum of  the product of  the number of credits  with the  grade points  scored by  a  student  in all the courses taken  by   a student  and the sum of  the  number of credits of all the courses undergone by a student, i.e

SGPA (Si) = ∑(Ci x Gi) / ∑Ci

 

Where Ci is the number of credits of the ith course and Gi is the grade point scored by the student in the ith course.

ii.    The CGPA  is also calculated in the same manner  taking into account  all the  courses  undergone by  a student over all the semesters of a programme, i.e.

CGPA = ∑(Ci x Si) / ∑ Ci

Where Si  is the SGPA  of the ith semester and Ci is the total number of credits in that semester.

iii.  The SGPA  and CGPA  shall be  rounded off to 2  decimal places and reported in the transcripts.

Illustration for computation of SGP and CGPA

Computation of SGPA

Illustration No.1

Course Credit Grade Letter Grade Point Credit Point

(Credit x Grade)

Course 1 4 A 8 4×8 = 32
Course 2 4 C 6 4×6 = 24
Course 3 4 B 7 4×7 = 28
Course 4 4 O 10 4×10 = 40
Course 5 4 D 5 4×5 = 20
Course 6 4 C 6 4×6 = 24
Course 7 1 S 9 1×9 = 9
Course 8 1 C 6 1×6 = 6
  26     183

Thus, SGPA = 183/26 = 7.038

Illustration No.2

Course Credit Grade Letter Grade Point Credit Point

(Credit x Grade)

Course 1 4 A 8 4×8 = 32
Course 2 4 C 6 4×6 = 24
Course 3 4 B 7 4×7 = 28
Course 4 4 O 10 4×10 = 40
Course 5 4 F 0 4×0 =  00
Course 6 4 C 6 4×6 = 24
Course 7 1 S 9 1×9 = 9
Course 8 1 C 6 1×6 = 6
  26     163

Thus, SGPA = 163/26 = 6.269

Illustration No.2(a)

Course Credit Grade Letter Grade Point Credit Point

(Credit x Grade)

Course 5 4 E 4 4×4 = 16
  26     Ci (First Attempt 163 +Ci Subsequent attempt 16 = 179

Thus, SGPA = 179/26 = 6.884

 

Illustration No.3

Course Credit Grade Letter Grade Point Credit Point
(Credit x Grade)
Course 1 4 A 8 4×8 = 32
Course 2 4 C 6 4×6 = 24
Course 3 4 B 7 4×7 = 28
Course 4 4 O 10 4×10 = 40
Course 5 4 S 9 4×9 =  36
Course 6 4 C 6 4×6 = 24
Course 7 1 S 9 1×9 = 9
Course 8 1 C 6 1×6 = 6
  26     199

Thus, SGPA = 199/26 = 7.653

CGPA =  26×6.884   + 26×7.653   = 7.268

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CGPA after Final Semester

Sem.1 Sem 2 Sem 3 Sem4
Credit 26

SGPA 7

Credit 26

SGPA 8.5

Credit 26

SGPA 6.86

Credit 26

SGPA 9.2

Thus, CGPA=   26 x7   26 x8.5   26 x9.2   26 x6.86   =  7.89

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Transcript  (Format): Based  on the above recommendations  on Letter grades,  grade  points,  SGPA    and   CCPA,  the  transcript  for  each semester and a consolidated transcript indicating the performance  in all semesters may be  issued.

R14.2 CONVERSION OF GRADES INTO PERCENTAGE:

Conversion formula for the conversion of GPA into Percentage is

[CGPA Earned – 0.75] x 10= Percentage of marks scored.

Illustration 1: [CGPA Earned 7.87 – 0.75] x 10 = 71.2%

Illustration 2: [CGPA Earned 7.91 – 0.75] x 10 = 71.6%

Illustration 3: [CGPA Earned 7.84 – 0.75] x 10 = 70.9%

R.14.3 A student is considered to have completed a Course successfully or achieved a pass grade and earned the credits if he / she secures a letter grade other than F in that Course. A letter grade F in any Course implies a failure in that Course.

R.14.4 A Course successfully completed cannot be repeated.

R.14.5 If a student gets a fail grade F in a course with theory and practical components, then he/she has to reappear in the end semester examinations of both.

R.14.6 To pass in a course with earnable credits a student has to score a minimum of 50% of the total normalized marks.

R.14.7 Provision of Make-up examination

For those students who have secured less than 50% marks in end semester examination the University shall conduct a make-up examination after the end of every semester and before the commencement of next subsequent semester.

Such of those students who have secured more than 50% marks in internal test together and less than 50% marks in the End Semester Examination in a given course shall appear for make-up examination in that course.

A student who is absent to End Semester Examination due to medical emergencies or such other exigencies and fulfills the minimum attendance and performance requirements in internal assessment shall appear for make-up examination.

I SEMESTER
Sl.No Code Subjects H/W C Marks
1. 19MBAHM11 Economic Analysis for Business Decisions 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
2. 19MBAHM12 Business Statistics and Analytics 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
3. 19MBAHM13 Introduction to Hospitality Industry 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
4. 19MBAHM14 Organizational behavior and Managerial Communication 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
5. 19MBAHM15 Financial Reporting and Cost Control 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
6. 19MBAHM16 Business Law 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
7. 19MBAHM17 Case Development on Industry Analysis 1 1 50 I
8. 19MBAHM18 Certificate Program in Spread Sheet Software 1 1 50 I
Work shop on Ideal Business Model & Characteristics 1    
Total 27 26 700
II SEMESTER
Sl.No Code Subjects H/W C Marks
1. 19MBAHM21 Marketing Management 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
2. 19MBAHM22 Production & Supply Chain Management 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
3. 19MBAHM23 Tourism Products of India

 

4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
4. 19MBAHM24 Operations Research 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
5. 19MBAHM25 Human Resource Management and Audit 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
6. 19MBAHM26 Business Research Methods 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
7. 19MBAHM27 Project on Indian Company Analysis & Publication 1 1 50 I
8. 19MBAHM28 Professional Communication 1 1 50 I
Work shop on ABCD Analysis Framework 1 0 0
Practice based experimental learning II  
Total 27 26 700

 

III SEMESTER
Sl.No Code Subjects H/W C Marks
1. 19MBAHM31 Management Information System and analytics 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
2. 19MBAHM32 Entrepreneurship and new venture creation 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
3. 19MBAHM33 Accounting for decision making 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
4. 19MBAHM34 Tourism Planning & Ticketing 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
5. 19MBAHM35 Rooms Division Management 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
6. 19MBAHM36 F&B Operations 4 4 [50 I+50E] = 100
7. 19MBAHM37 Certificate Program in Statistical Analysis 1 1 50I
8. 19MBAHM38 Industry Internship and Viva voce 1 1 50 I
Workshop on Project Planning & Management 1    
Practice based experimental Learning III      
Total 27 26 700

 

IV SEMESTER
Sl.No Code Subjects H/W C Marks
1. 19MBAHM41 Internship in the Hotel or Tourism Industry Dissertation and Viva – voce 20 700
Total 20 700

Fee Structure

(For the Academic Year 2020-21)

S.No Courses Duration Annual Fee Structure
Non-Karnataka Karnataka
1 MBA (Hotel & Tourism  Management) 
Eligibility : Pass in any Degree   with minimum 50% marks   (NRI : 25K extra in I Year) 
2 Years  (Four  Semesters)    Year I :  Rs. 1,48,000
Year II :  Rs.1,20,500
Total: Rs. 2,68,500
Rs. 95,000
Rs. 75,500
Rs. 1,70,500

Note :
(1) University Registration Fee, Eligibility Fee for other State students, Examination Fee, Uniform Fee, Hostel Fee, Industry visit fee, Internship fee, Transportation fee, Sports & games fee, Extra-curricular activity fee, etc., are extra. The course fees mentioned for subsequent years may vary annually up to 6%.
(2) The University Marketing Team will help the admitted students to avail of Education Loans, Scholarships, etc.
(3) The University Placement & Training Team will assist the admitted students to get (a) Earn While Learn, (b) Industry Internship, and (c) Final Job Placement.