Code of conduct
The students must, both within and outside the campus, conduct themselves in a manner that will uphold and enhance the prestige and reputation of the institute. Courtesy is an essential quality of the hospitality professional. It is therefore imperative that the students possess a pleasant disposition and that they deal with staff, guests and fellow students in a dignified, and warm manner. Greeting people and talking in soft tones should become a habit.
|1||Students are required to conform to the grooming standards of the institute with respect to uniforms, personal grooming, hygiene etc.|
|2||Inattentiveness, indifference towards any subject, discourtesy towards any staff member or outsider which affects the discipline of the Institute will be viewed seriously.|
|3||Conduct of the student within the classroom and within the premises must be satisfactory. Any serious misconduct may warrant immediate expulsion from the institute along with forfeiture of the fees.|
|4||Indulgence in any act of violence will be considered as a breach of discipline that warrants immediate expulsion.|
|5||Habitual negligence in your studies, dishonesty, obscenity in word or act, insubordination or such other acts of misconduct will initiate severe disciplinary action which in extreme cases will be expulsion from the institute.|
|6||Students should take care of the Institute's property and help to keep the Institute premises clean and tidy at all times.|
|7||Any property damage to negligence of the students will be repaired/replaced at the student's expense.|
|8||Any willful damaged due to the Institute's property will be viewed as a serious offence and dealt with accordingly.|
|9||Smoking/consumption of tobacco or alcohol in any form will not be permitted within the Institute's premises.|
|10||No society/club/association will be formed in the Institute without the Principal's permission.|
|11||Outsiders are not to be invited to address the students of the Institute without prior permission from the Institute authorities.|
|12||Students shall not take part in politics or political campaigning.|
|13||Any debate/meeting should have the prior permission of the Principal.|
|14||No student should communicate any information, or write matters relating to the Institute to the press.|
|15||Students will not be permitted the Institute building after office hours without permission, except in the library.|
|16||Students are not to leave the campus during college hours without prior permission.|
|17||Students are required to wear their prescribed uniforms, No casuals are allowed.|
|18||Mobile phones are not permitted in the college building.|
|19||The medium of communication in the campus will strictly be English.|
|20||The Principal reserves the right to suspend/dismiss any student if the Principal feels that the continuance of the student in the Institute is detrimental to the functioning/interest of the Institute or the other students of the Institute.|
|21||New rules may be added at the discretion of the Principal. The Principal will take decisions for the matters not covered by these regulations and his/ her decisions shall be final.|
|22||Ragging is strictly prohibited. It is viewed as a criminal offence and punishable by law. Any such incident must be reported to the Anti Ragging Committee, immediately.|
Attendance & Punctuality
|1||The college timing is from 09.00 hours to 17:00 hours, from Monday through Friday.|
|2||Each student must be punctual for daily assembly, theory classes, Practical classes, in submission of journals: assignments, projects etc. and attend to any other duties assigned, with whole hearted commitment.|
|3||Late coming will not be permitted except incase of unforeseen eventualities. In such situations students will be permitted to attend classes after meeting the Principal/HOD as the case may be. Habitual latecomers will be dealt with severely.|
Leave & Absenteeism
|1||No students are allowed to leave the campus when the college is in session, without the required permission/gate pass.|
|2||Absence without permission is considered a breach of discipline.|
|3||Any absence from the Institute would result in loss of attendance for such time period.|
Absence due to ill health should be notified to the Institute as soon as possible. A Medical Certificate along with the Fitness Certificate must be submitted to the Academic Clerk.
Grooming & Hygiene
Grooming and hygiene should combine to create a professional appearance. Pride in appearance reinforces efficiency. Scrupulous attention to grooming is the trademark of the truly professional hotelier.
|1||A daily shower is a must.|
|2||Use an anti perspirant and a deodorant. Avoid strong perfumes.|
|3||Hair should be shampooed at least once or twice a week.|
|4||Clothes should be changed daily especially innerwear.|
|5||Wash hands frequently.|
|6||Keep nails short and clean.|
|7||Uniforms must be clean and pressed properly.|
|8||Uniform should be worn neatly.|
|9||Shoes should be polished everyday and be in good order.|
|10||Shoes should be aired regularly.|
|11||Boys should maintain their hair short and trim.|
|12||Boys should not sport a beard or sideburns.|
|13||Boys should shave regularly and trim their moustache.|
|14||Boys are not allowed to wear any jewellery.|
|15||Girls with long hair should knot it up neatly.|
|16||Girls may wear light makeup.|
|17||Girls should keep the use of jewellery to the minimum.|
Food Production Practical Dress Code
|1||White chef coat|
|7||Black shoes - Oxford|
|9||Set of knives (all purpose knives, vegetable knife and a peeler) (Tool Kit)|
Food and Beverage Service Practical (BOYS)
|1||White shirt well ironed|
|2||Black trousers, well ironed|
|3||Black Oxford shoes, polished & presentable|
|4||Black socks, firm fitting|
|5||Black belt with presentable buckle (Simple, No fancy)|
|6||Waist coat (black), clean and well ironed|
|8||One waiter's cloth|
|10||Waiter's friends - notepad, match box/cigarette lighter, ball point tick - tock pen.|
|11||Front Office Practicals Same as above without waist coat|
Food and Beverage Service Practicals (GIRLS)
|1||White shirt well ironed|
|2||Black trouser or skirt, well ironed|
|3||Black closed - toe, lace - less presentable shoes|
|4||Black socks / Stocking, firm fitting|
|5||Black bow - tie|
After the completion of the First Year the students of the first two batches are required to undergo Industrial Training from June to October. The next two batches are scheduled in the Second Year from October to March. This training is for a period of 17 weeks.
Students will be placed in hotels (three star above) in India and abroad. The selection process is done by the hotels themselves.
Under no circumstances will student be allowed to change batches or hotels, once confirmed.
The training completion certificate issued by the hotel is mandatory to prove completion of training.
Students with less than 15 weeks of Training will not be allowed into the Third year, until the minimum requirement is met with.
On completion of the training, students will be evaluated based on the performance appraisal (by the Hotel trained in), Log Book, Report and Presentation. by faculty and Industry experts). A minimum of 50% is necessary to pass. In the Final year, many leading hotels conduct tests, group discussions and interviews to select suitable candidates for employment.
In order to get suitably placed, students are required to prepare themselves. Following are the qualities expected by employers:
|Good Communication skills in English|
|General Awareness (Make reading English newspapers a habit)|
|Good Attendance Record (90% and above)|
Students must also make their Resumes.
The institute gives ample opportunities to the students to develop these qualities; and it is up to the students to make use of the opportunities offered.
We have an excellent placement record, with its alumni in various positions in the hospitality industry in India and abroad. SIHM Kozhikode ensures placement for deserving students through its active placement cell. Leading national and international hospitality organizations conduct Campus interviews for our students.
Our students got trained and placed in reputed hospitality establishments like
The Taj Group of Hotels
The Oberoi / Trident
Leela Group of Hotels
Zuri Group Of Hotels
Club Mahindra Holidays
Inter continental, New Delhi
ISTA Hotels, Hyderabad, Bangalore
The Park Hotels
Ramada Park, Cochin
Shangrila, New Delhi
Rajputana Sheraton, Jaipur.
The Raj Palace, Jaipur
For more details on courses, visit www.nchmct.org