B.Sc Nursing

Revised Ordinance Governing Regulations and Curriculum of Basic B.Sc. Nursing Degree Course – 2006
(as per Indian Nursing Council Guidelines of 2004, vide letter from the Secretary, INC, No. 12-1/2004-INC dated 07.05.2005)


1. Eligibility

1.1 Qualifying Examination

A candidate seeking admission to first Basic B.Sc. Nursing course:

  • Shall have passed two years Pre University examination conducted by Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka State, with English as one of the subjects and Physics, Chemistry and Biology as optional subjects. The candidate shall have passed subjects of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology individually and must have obtained a minimum of not less than 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English (PCBE) taken together in the qualifying examination. In respect of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes or Other Backward Classes, the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English taken together in qualifying examination be not less than 40% instead of 50% as above.

    OR

  • Shall have passed any other examination conducted by Boards /Councils/ Intermediate Education established by State Governments/ Central Government and recognised as equivalent to two year Pre University examination by the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences/Association of Indian Universities (AIU), with English as one of the subjects and Physics, Chemistry and Biology as optional subjects and the candidate shall have passed subjects of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology individually and must have obtained a minimum of not less than 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English taken together in the qualifying examination. In respect of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes or Other Backward Classes, the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English taken together in qualifying examination be not less than 40% instead of 50% as above.

    OR

  • In case of candidates from the stream of Vocational Higher Secondary Course conducted by the Board of Vocational Higher Secondary Examination, Kerala, the candidate shall have taken a minimum of 5 (five) subjects including Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English in addition to the vocational subject (vide RGUHS Notification No. RGUHS/SEF/EC.B.Sc.Nsg/191/2005-06 dated 18.05.2006.) and shall have passed the said examination in all the subjects individually and shall have obtained a minimum of not less than 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English taken together in the qualifying examination. In respect of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes or Other Backward Classes, the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English taken together in the qualifying examination be not less than 40% instead of 50% as above.


1.2 Age

The candidate should have completed 17 years on or before 31st day of December of the year of admission.

  • Candidate shall be medically fit.


2. Selection

Selection of the candidates should be based on the merit in the entrance examination held by University or competent authority.


3. Duration of the Course

Duration of the course shall be four completed years including clinical training of 24 weeks.


4. Medium of Instruction

English shall be the medium of for the course as well as for the examination.


5. Course of Study

Candidates shall undergo course of instruction in the following subjects. Details of Subjects and Distribution of Hours of Teaching in Theory and Practical from First to Fourth Year are given in the Tables 1 to 4. Particulars of clinical training posting is given in Table 5.


First year Basic B.Sc. Nursing +
# Subjects Theory Hrs Practical/Clinical Hrs Hrs
1 English 60
2 Anatomy 60
3 Physiology 60
4 Nutrition 60
5 Biochemistry 30
6 Nursing Foundations 265 + 200 450
7 Psychology 60
8 Microbiology 60
9 Introduction to Computers 45
10 Kannada 30
11 Library work / Self Study 50
12 Co-curricular activities 50
Total 930 450 100
Total Hours 1480 hrs
Second Year Basic B.Sc. Nursing +
# Subjects Theory Hrs Practical/Clinical Hrs Hrs
1 Sociology 60
2 Pharmacology 45
3 Pathology 30
4 Genetics 15
5 Medical Surgical Nursing (Adult including geriatrics) 210 720
6 Community Health Nursing 90 135
7 Communication and Educational Technology 60 + 30
8 Library work / Self Study 50
9 Co-curricular activities 35
Total 540 855 85
Total Hours 1480 hrs
Third Year Basic B.Sc. Nursing +
# Subjects Theory Hrs Practical/Clinical Hrs Hrs
1 Medical-Surgical Nursing (Adult including geriatrics)-II 120 270
2 Child Health Nursing 90 270
3 Mental Health Nursing 90 270
4 Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing 90 180
5 Library work / Self Study 50
6 Co-curricular activities 50
Total 390 990 100
Total Hours 1480 hrs
Fourth Year Basic B.Sc. Nursing +
# Subjects Theory Hrs Practical/Clinical Hrs
1 Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing Nil 180
2 Community Health Nursing – II 90 135
3 Nursing Research & Statistics 45 * Project
4 Management of Nursing Services and Education 60 + 30
Total 225 315
Total Hours 540 hrs
Details of Distribution of Hours for clinical training (Integrated Practice) +
# Subjects Practical Hrs In Weeks
1 Midwifery and Obstetrical nursing 240 5
2 Community Health Nursing-II 195 4
3 Medical Surgical Nursing (Adult and geriatric) 430 9
4 Child Health 145 3
5 Mental Health 95 2
6 Research Project 45 1
Total Hours 1150 24

Note:

  • Clinical training means 8 hours of integrated clinical duties in which 2 weeks of evening and night shift duties are included.
  • Clinical training should be carried out as 8 hours per day @ 48 hours per week
  • Students during Clinical training will be supervised by nursing teachers
  • Students will be eligible to appear in the Fourth year final examination only after completion of Clinical training.
  • Attendance : A minimum of not less than 80 % attendance in theory and practical / clinical separately in each subject in each academic year is essential for appearing in the examination. A candidate pursuing in the course shall study in the college for the entire period as a full time student. No candidate is permitted to work in a hospital / nursing home / laboratory / college while studying this course. No candidate should join any other course of study or appear for any other examination conducted by this university or any other university in India or abroad during the period of registration. Each academic year shall be taken as a unit for calculating the attendance.
  • Internal Assessment : Regular periodic assessment shall be conducted throughout the course. Although the question of number of tests is left to the institution at least three tests in theory and practical each year be held. The test preceding the university examination may be similar to the pattern of university examination. Average of the marks of the three tests for theory and practical separately shall be sent to the university. A candidate shall secure not less than 50% of marks prescribed for internal assessment in theory and not less than 50% marks prescribed in practical, separately, in each subject/paper to be eligible to appear in the university examination.
  • Schedule of Examination : The university shall conduct two examinations annually at an interval of not less than 4 to 6 months as notified by the university from time to time. A candidate who satisfies the requirement of attendance, progress and conduct as stipulated by the university shall be eligible to appear for the university examination. Certificate to that effect shall be produced from the Head of the institution along with the application for examination and the prescribed fee.
  • Scheme of Examination :
    First year +

    Table 6 (A): Distribution of Subjects and Marks for Internal Assessment and University Examination

    Subject Internal Assessment University Examination Total
    Theory
    1. Anatomy & Physiology 40 100 140
    2. Nutrition and Biochemistry 40 100 140
    3. Nursing Foundation 40 100 140
    4. Psychology 40 100 140
    5. Microbiology 40 100 140
    6. English 40 100 140
    7. Introduction to Computer 40 100* 140
    Practical and Viva Voce
    1. Nursing Foundations 100 100 200

    * Respective colleges will conduct examination for Introduction to Computer and English as college examination. Marks to be sent to the university.

    All practical examinations must be held in the respective clinical areas.

    One internal and one external examiner should jointly conduct practical /clinical examination for each student.

    Second year +

    Table 7. Distribution of Subjects and Marks for Internal Assessment and University Examination

    Subject Internal Assessment University Examination Total
    Theory
    1. Sociology 40 100 140
    2. Medical Surgical Nursing- I 40 100 140
    3. Pharmacology, Pathology, Genetics 40 100 140
    4. Community Health Nursing – I 40 100 140
    5. Communication and Educational Technology 40 100 140
    Practical and Viva Voce Internal Assessment University Examination Total
    1. Medical – Surgical Nursing – I 100 100 200
    Third year +

    Table 8. Distribution of Subjects and Marks for Internal Assessment and University Examination for Third Year Basic B.Sc. Nursing

    Subject Hours Internal Assessment University Exam Total
    Theory
    1. Medical Surgical Nursing- II 3 40 100 140
    2. Child Health Nursing 3 40 100 140
    3. Mental Health Nursing 3 40 100 140
    Practical and Viva Voce
    1. Medical – Surgical Nursing- II 50 50 100
    2. Child Health Nursing 50 50 100
    3. Mental Health Nursing 50 50 100

    Note: All practical examinations must be held in the respective clinical areas.
    One internal and one external examiner should jointly conduct practical /clinical examination for each student.

    Fourth year +

    Table 9. Distribution of Subjects and Marks for Internal Assessment and University Examination for Fourth Year Basic B.Sc. Nursing

    Subject Internal Assessment University Exam Total
    Theory
    1. Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing 40 100 140
    2. Community Health Nursing – II 40 100 140
    3. Nursing Research & Statistics 40 100 140
    4. Management of Nursing Services and Education 40 100 140
    Practical and Viva Voce
    1. Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing 50 50 100
    2. Community Health Nursing 50 50 100

    Note: All practical examinations must be held in the respective clinical areas.
    One internal and one external examiner should jointly conduct practical /clinical examination for each student.

  • Criteria for Pass: A candidate has to fulfil the following criteria:

    For declaration of pass in any subject in the University examination, a candidate shall pass both in Theory and Practical/Clinical examinations components separately as stipulated below:

    • The Theory component consists of marks obtained in University Written paper(s) and internal Assessment (Theory). For a pass in theory, a candidate shall secure not less than 50% marks in aggregate i.e., marks obtained in written examination and internal assessment (theory) added together. For a pass in practical/clinical examination, a candidate shall secure not less than 50% marks in aggregate, i.e., marks obtained in university practical /clinical examination and internal assessment (practical) added together.

    • A candidate not securing 50% marks in aggregate in Theory or Practical/Clinical examination in a subject shall be declared to have failed in that subject and is required to appear for both Theory and Practical/Clinical again in the subsequent examination in that subject.

    • However, for a pass in English paper, a candidate shall secure not less than 40% of maximum prescribed marks in theory and 40% of maximum prescribed marks in internal assessment.

  • Declaration of Class: (Only in the final year examination)

    • A candidate having appeared in all the subjects in the same examination and passed that examination in the first attempt and secures 75% of marks or more of grand total marks prescribed will be declared to have passed the examination with distinction.

    • A candidate having appeared in all the subjects in the same examination and passed that examination in the first attempt and secures 65% of marks or more but less than 75% of grand total marks prescribed will be declared to have passed the examination in First Class.

    • A candidate having appeared in all the subjects in the same examination and passed that examination in the first attempt and secures 50% of marks or more but less than 65% of grand total marks prescribed will be declared to have passed the examination in Second Class.

    • A candidate passing a university examination in more than one attempt shall be placed in Pass class irrespective of the percentage of marks secured by him/her in the examination.

    [Please note fraction of marks should not be rounded off for clauses (a), (b) and (c)]

  • Carry Over

    • A candidate failing in more then two subjects will not be promoted to the next year.

    • Candidate shall not be admitted to the subsequent higher examination unless the candidate has passed in all the papers in the previous examination.

    • If a candidate fails in theory or practical exam in a paper in that paper he/she has to re-appear for both in Theory and Practical.

  • Maximum number of attempts and maximum period for completion of the course

    • Maximum number of attempts permitted for each paper is three including first attempt.

    • The maximum period to complete the course successfully should not exceed eight years.

  • Award of degree
    Must have 100 % attendance in each of the practical areas before award of degree.

  • Number of Examiners:
    One internal and one external examiner should jointly conduct practical / clinical examination for each student.

  • Eligibility of Examiner

    • To be eligible to be an examiner, one should have passed M.Sc (N) in concerned subject, should have a minimum of three years teaching experience in a college of nursing and should be holding a full time post of Lecturer or above.

    • To be an examiner for Nursing Foundations course, a teacher should have passed M.Sc (N) in concerned subject, should have a minimum of three years teaching experience in a college of nursing and should be holding a full time post of Lecturer or above


MANGALORE UNIVERSITY

CAREER ORIENTED PROGRAMME IN AVIATION AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT [ AHM ]

PREAMBLE:

The aviation industry offers 56.6 million jobs globally. The Indian aviation industry is estimated to become the third largest aviation market in the world by 2020.The airport is one of the most vital elements of the air transportation system. The aviation industry is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of over 25%. Also, the hospitality industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the country. This sector is expected to be the second largest employer in the world by 2019. No other industry offers career benefits and payment packages as lucrative as these industries. The hospitality sector has been gaining significant importance as far as contribution to the economy is concerned. In fact, every ninth job within the world is created by the tourism industry. Professionals in hotels and hospitality are in demand in all parts of the world.

OBJECTIVE:

The aim of this course is to provide “a cut above the rest” man-power to the ever growing demands of the aviation and hotel industry. This program is an industry-accepted, career-oriented, that prepare you for national and international careers in the aviation & hospitality world. The student will get in-depth knowledge of the principles and operational procedures in the aviation and hospitality industry through right technical training, and also polish their personality & learn to manage customer enquiries effectively, As the opportunity and growth are mentioned below

  • Indian aviation is experiencing dramatic growth across the board, from the emergence of LCC/new carriers to a growing middle class ready to travel by air as well as growth in business and leisure travel.
  • Large scale collaborations/M&A deals.
  • India plans to increase the number of operational airports to 250 by the year 2030.
  • The launch of several branding and marketing initiatives by the Government of India such as Incredible India! and Athiti Devo Bhava provides a focused impetus to growth.

Eligibility for Admission: A candidate admitted to any degrees offered by Mangalore University is eligible for admission to a Certificate programme. One who fails to pass the Certificate examination shall not be eligible for admission to Diploma programme and likewise one who fails to pass the Diploma examination shall not be eligible for admission to Advanced Diploma.


SYLLABUS / CURRICULUM : AHM

I year (leading to Certificate)

Paper Instruction
(Hours)
Duration of
examination
(Hours)
Marks for
Final Exam
Marks for
Internal Exam
Total
Marks
AHM Paper I 3 3 100 50 150
Pract. I/ Project 3 3 100 50 150

II year (leading to Diploma)

Paper Instruction
(Hours)
Duration of
examination
(Hours)
Marks for
Final Exam
Marks for
Internal Exam
Total
Marks
AHM Paper II 3 3 100 50 150
Pract. II / Project 3 3 100 50 150

III year (leading to Advanced Diploma)

Paper Instruction
(Hours)
Duration of
examination
(Hours)
Marks for
Final Exam
Marks for
Internal Exam
Total
Marks
AHM Paper III 3 3 100 50 150
Pract.III Project 3 3 100 50 150
Project 3 Viva Voce 100 - 100

AHM (Certificate) – I PAPER

CHAPTER 1: Principles of Aviation

  • The Evolution of Aviation, Growth Drivers, Issues   Challenges
  • IATA, ICAO, National Aviation Authorities   Role of State and Central Governments, Airports Authority of India, Agencies (India)   (International).
  • Aviation Law, Freedoms of Air   Civil Aviation conventions.
  • Importance of Personality Development.
  • Functional Layout of an Airport, Ground Handling   types of Airports, Airports - Civil, Military, Training, Domestic/International, Passenger/Cargo Terminals
  • IATA Airline   Airport Codes, Aviation Abbreviations, National   International Airlines, Types of aircrafts.

CHAPTER 2: Airport Operations

  • Airline Terminal Management-Flight Information Counter/Reservation and Ticketing-Check In/Issue of Boarding pass-Customs, Security hold area and Immigration formalities-Co-ordination-Security Clearance
  • Baggage and Handling of expectant mother, Un accompanied minors and Disabled Passengers-Handling of Stretcher Passengers and Human Remains.

CHAPTER 3: Hospitality

  • Introduction to Hospitality Industry &Organization structures.
  • Accommodation Operations, Front Office   Guest Rooms Collection and Study of Hotel Brochures and Tariff
  • Classification of Hotels , Hotel chains Associations   Types of rooms

CHAPTER 4: Accommodation Operations

  • Introduction to the Accommodation Operations, Front Office   Guest Rooms
  • Introduction to Housekeeping, Cleaning Agents and Equipments
  • Use of Cleaning Equipments, Agents, Dusting, Cleaning Methods in Housekeeping ,Bed making, Cleaning Guest rooms, Bathrooms,Arranging Maids Trolley, Room Supplies, Room Linen   Linen Room
  • Flower Arrangement   Pest Control

Books for reference:

  • The Principles and Practice of International Aviation Law (English)(Paperback)- 2014 Gabriel S. Sanchez Brian F. Havel (Author)
  • Airport Management - World Class   Beyond Paperback – 2010-by P.C.K. Ravindran (Author)
  • Civil Aircraft: 300 of the World's Greatest Civil Aircraft (Expert Guide Series) Hardcover – Import, 1 Jul 2001
  • Aviation Hospitality Management (English) (Paperback)-by Ravi Sharma
  • Academic Dictionary of Civil Aviation-by R K C Shekar(Author)-2005
  • Hotel Housekeeping-Operations and Management- second edition-2011- by G.Raghubalan   Smritee Raghubalan (Author)
  • Hotel Front Office - Operations and Management-2010-by Jatashankar.R.Tewari (Author)
  • Hotel Housekeeping Management   Operations-2010-by Sudhir Andrews (Author)
  • Hotel Housekeeping-A Training Manual- Second Edition-2011-by Sudhir Andrews (Author)
  • Front Office Operations-Fourth Edition-2007-by Colin Dix   Chris Baird (Author)
  • Introduction to Tourism   Hotel Industry - Front Office Management-2010-Mohammed Zulfikar Management (Author)

AHM (Diploma) – I PAPER

CHAPTER 1: Aviation Geography

  • Planning travel itineraries   Basic steps in itinerary planning
  • TC1,TC2   TC3 areas
  • Aviation and Airline Terms, Abbreviations and Phonetic Codes, World Time Zones/ International and Domestic Airports, Countries and Capitals
  • Currencies around the world, Types of currencies, Currency codes   Currency convertors
  • Global Indicators

CHAPTER 2: Airport Customer Service

  • Airport Procedures, Customer service, Baggage Handling   Load control.
  • Introduction to air Cargo   Dangerous Goods
  • Immigration   Customs, Time Management, Communications Skills   Resume writing Skills.
  • Airline Catering   Various Bodies
  • Airport   Aircraft Security

CHAPTER 3: Catering Science and Hygiene

  • Introduction to Nutrients, Carbohydrates, Proteins   Fats
  • Introduction to Minerals, Vitamins, Food Adulteration, Food Additives, Food Preservation and Storage.
  • Role of Hygiene in the Catering Industry, Personal Hygiene for Food Handlers, Hygiene in Food Production in Service Area   Harmful effects of Food Organisms.

CHAPTER 4: Hospitality Marketing

  • Introduction to Hospitality Marketing, basic concepts   Market Segmentation.
  • Emerging trends   Technology in hospitality industry
  • Marketing of Food   Beverage

Books for reference:

  • Aviation Hospitality Management Hardcover – 2012-by Ravi Sharma (Author)
  • Aviation, Hospitality and Tourism Management Hardcover – 2012-by L. K. Sharma (Author)
  • Global aviation   hospitality management 01 Edition (Paperback)-2008- by Gagandeep Singh(Author)
  • Aviation Internet Directory: A Guide to the 500 Best Web Sites (Aviation Week Book) Paperback – Import, 1 Sep 2001-by John Allen Merry (Author)
  • Text Book Of Hospitality Tourism And Aviation Hardcover – 9 Mar 2011-by P.K. Bal (Author)
  • Civil Aviation and Tourism Management Hardcover – 18 Dec 2012--by Singh G. (Author) Soft Skills –Third Edition-by Dr.Alex (Author)
  • Soft Skills Enhancing Employability-2010-by M.S.Roa (Author)
  • Corporate Grooming and Etiquette Paperback – 1 Jun 2010 by Sarvesh Gulati (Author)
  • Dangerous Goods (English) (Paperback)- 2013 December by Sean Hill (Author)

AHM (Advanced Diploma) – I PAPER

Chapter I: In Flight Safety and Security

  • Introduction of In Flight safety and security
  • Crew duties on board, Documentation used by Cabin Crew, Departments in an Airline/ CC Protocol, Embarkation and Disembarkation Procedures for Passenger, Special Handling of Passenger Regulatory Requirements
  • In flight   Ground Announcements – Regional language, English   Hindi
  • Emergencies on Board, Safety Equipment, Fire and Depressurization, Evacuation on Land and Water / Brace Positions / Jungle and Sea Survival &Doors.
  • Anti Terrorism and Bomb Scare, Hijack and its history
  • The role of crew resources management   the trouble with culture

Chapter 2: DGR (Dangerous Goods)   Screening

  • Introduction-Purpose   General Philosophy.
  • Applicability, Limitations, Classifications, Identification, Packing and its tests, Marking   Labeling, Documentation, Handling, Radioactive material,
  • Nine Appendixes.
  • Introduction, Facilities, Screening check Point Augmentation.
  • Metal detectors, Hand Held Body Scanners

Chapter 3: Cargo   Transportation Management

  • Operations and Industry ,Types of cargo-Handling of Perishable, Valuable Cargo and Special Cargo. Air cargo Tariff, Rates   Charges – Valuation charges and Disbursement
  • Types of Aircraft - Passenger, Cargo and Combi Aircrafts
  • Loading Principles-Weight and Volume considerations – Usage of Spreaders, Cargo needing special attention and Restrictions in Air Cargo Acceptance
  • General Overview of the Manual,Precedence and Principles of Rating, Rounding-off Weights, Dimensions and currency.
  • Documentation in Cargo Transportation
  • Airway Bill,Legal disposition of AWB (Airway Bill), its features and validity
  • Master Airway Bill (MAWB).
  • Handling Facility,Airport Cargo Activity   Cargo Zone.
  • Emerging trend in Cargo   Cargo Carriers.

Chapter 4: Principles of Food Production

  • Introduction to Cookery, Kitchen Staffing, Professional Attributes
  • Kitchen Tools and Equipment, Aims and Objectives of Cooking Food
  • Methods of Cooking Food, Vegetables and Fruits, Egg Cookery   Fish Mongery
  • Organization Structure in the Kitchen
    • Meat and Poultry
    • Portion Control
    • Stocks
    • Soups
    • Sauces
    • Culinary Terms
    • Rice,Cereals,Pulses and Sprouts
    • Milk and Cheese
    • Herbs, Indian Spices and Masalas

Chapter 5: Catering Science and Hygiene

  • Introduction to Nutrients, Carbohydrates, Proteins , Fats, Minerals, Vitamins , Food Adulteration, Food Additives, Food Preservation and Storage
  • Role of Hygiene in the Catering Industry, Personal Hygiene for Food Handlers, Hygiene in Food Production in Service Area.
  • Harmful effects of Food Organisms.

Chapter 6: F   B Services (Food   Beverage)

  • Introduction to the Hospitality Industry, Departmental Organization, Staffing   Equipment
  • Introduction to Glassware, Crockery, Cutlery and Equipment, Auxiliary Areas of F   B
  • The Menu - Origin and Types, Menu Planning , Covers   Accompaniments
  • Restaurant Set Up - Types of Services
    • Table Set Up   Services
    • Breakfast   Tea Service
  • System of Order Taking, Taking Guest Order, Methods of Billing and Payments, Billing Procedure   Banqueting
  • Alcoholic   Non Alcoholic Beverages
    • Wines
    • Service of Wines
    • Spirits   Service of Spirits
    • Beers   Service of Beers and Liquors
    • Cocktails   Mocktails

Books for reference:

  • Aviation Security: Federal Action Needed to Strengthen Domestic Air Cargo Security Paperback – Import, 1 Jan 2011
  • The Air Logistics Handbook: Air Freight and the Global Supply Chain Paperback – Import, 27 Jun 2013
  • Aviation Security: Vulnerabilities and Potential Improvements for the Air Cargo System: Report to Congressional Requesters (English) (Paperback)-2013- by U S Department of Transportation (Author)
  • Aviation Terrorism and Security (Political Violence) Paperback – Import, 1 Mar 1999-by Paul Wilkinson (Author), Brian Jenkins (Author)
  • Emergency Response Guidebook: A Guidebook for First Responders during the Initial Phase of a Dangerous Goods/Hazardous Materials Transportation Incident (A Guidebook for First Responders during the Initial Phase of a Dangerous Goods/Hazardous Materials Transportation Incident) Paperback – Import, 25 Jun 2013 -by U S Department of Transportation (Author)
  • Aviation and Hospitality Hardcover – 1 Dec 2008-by Shailendra Sengar (Author)
  • Modern Cookery-Sixth Edition-Vol I   II -2014-by Thangam E.Philip (Author)
  • Food   Beverage Service – Third Edition – by Dennis.R.Lillicrap   John.A.Cousins (Author)
  • Food   Beverage Service-2007- by Bobby George (Author)
  • Institutional Food Management –2011-by Mohini Sethi (Author)
  • Fundamentals of Foods, Nutrition and Diet Therapy-Fifth Edition -2008- by Sumati R.Mudambi   M.V.Rajagopal (Author)
  • Managing Service in Food   Beverage Operations- Fourth Edition-2012- By Ronald .F.Cichy   Philip J.Hickey,Jr. (Author)
  • Food Science – Fifth Edition – 2007- by Norman N.Potter   Joseph H. Hotchkiss (Author)
  • Fundamentals of Foods, Nutrition and Diet Therapy-Sixth Edition -2012- by Sumati R.Mudambi M.Sc.,M.S.Ph.D   M.V.Rajagopal M.Sc.,Ph.D (Author
  • Food   Beverage Service-2014-by R.Singaravelavan (Author)
  • Food Hygiene and Sanitation – Second Edition -2012-by Sunetra Roday (Author).

Additional Manuals on each topics of AHM (Certificate, Diploma   Advanced Diploma in Aviation and Hospitality Management) are available in Library…