Attendance Rules
Under the Semester system, compulsory industrial exposure has been provided for in Sem 3/4 compromising 17 weeks or 102 working days A student can avail leave upto 15% or 15 days with prior permission of the hotel. Institute principal can condone additional 10% or 10 days on production of medical certificates
1. A Sem 3 industrial training station who has not been able to complete his/her industrial training will be allowed to continue in Sem 4 for in – institute training. The students will be permitted to make good during winter vacation. Such student will appear for industrial training term & examination along with Sem 4 term & examination
Any student who is still not able to complete will undergo industrial training afresh during the next academic year and will not be promoted to Sem 5th
2. Sem 4 industrial training students who has not bee able to complete his/her industrial training within the specified time, will be allowed to make good during vacation prior to Sem 4 term & examination
Any student who is still not able to complete will undergo industrial training afresh during the next academic year and will not be promoted to Sem 5th

Eligibility For Admission
Consequently, The NCHMCT has reviewed the process of assessment and decided to revert to the earlier policy of accessing zero seven practical classes and submitting marks of best 5 by institute by NCHMCT
Similarly, for the theory component, marks of 2 out of 3 test, would be sent to NCHMCT

Carry over and re-appear
15 1 Three Year Degree in BSc HHA
15 1 1 a student pursuing three year degree in h & ha will be promoted on the basis of marks secured in NCHMCT component only.
15 1 2 a student will be provisionaly promoted to next higher class as under
15 1 2 1 First year (Sem 1 and 2) : not failing in more than 6 subjects of Sem 1 & 2 together
15 1 2 2 a Second year (Sem 3 and 4) : General stream : not failing in more than 3 subjects of Sem 3 and 4 together
15 1 2 2 b Second year (Sem 3 and 4) : specialization stream : not failing in more than 6 subjects of Sem 3 and 4 together
15 1 2 3 Third year (Sem 5 and 5) : Students who has failed in not more than 6 subjects will be placed in “re-appear” category.
Such students will be permitted to re-appear in the failed subjects in the ensuring examniations and will have to clear the subjects securing minimum the prescribed marks.
A a candidate who has been declared re-appear in any subject(s) in the first year shall continue in the second year and can appear in the re-appear subject(s) of first year along with second year semester examinations. In case he/she remains absent or is unable to clear the re-appear subjects he/she will not be allowed to proceed in third year. However, he./she shall be allowed to appear as a re-appear candidate in the re-appear subjects of first and second year subjects, if any, in the ensuring semester examination A candidate who has not been allowed to proceed to third year, because of not clearing his/her Sem 1 re-appear subjects but clears the same during the Sem 1 examination of the year (i.e his/her third year in the course) and is otherwise eligible will be promoted to third year (Sem 5) in the ensuring academic session only.
B a first year (Sem 1 & 2) passed candidate who has been declared re-appear in any subject (s) in the second year (Sem 3&4) shall continue the third year and can appear for the second year re-appear subjects along with the third year semester examinations.
A candidate who still fails to clear the re-appear subjects of second year, his/her third year (Sem 6) result will be held. However, he/she shall be allowed to appear as a re-appear candidate in the re-appear subjects of second and third year, if any, in the ensuring semester examination. Third year result of the candidate will be declared only in his/her clearing all his/her second year subjects.

Rules For PH Candidates
The national council for hotel management issues periodic circulars on examination matters before their commencements. With regard to special needs students, the govt of india has enacted the persons with disabilities act 1995 with an objective of providing equal oppurtuinity, protection of rights and full participation to persons with disabilitites. As per chapter 5 of the act, the examination rules no 7.9 an amanuensis (writer) is permissible to candidate, at the discreation of the centre superintendent, who incapacitated to write themselves. It has also been decided to provide extra time, to the tune of 25% of the maximum time for each examination to students with disabilities, like dyslexia, dyscalculia and dysgraphia.
In each case the centre superintendent must satisfy himself/herself viz. valid medical certificate, physical condition of the candidate, etc. before providing these concessions. It is requested that such candidates be dealt sensitively and with discretion for the purpose website of the chief commissioner for persons with disabilities at www.ccdisabilities.nic.in may be accessed.

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