Hotel management diploma course for those who passed SSLC

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Hotel management degree is usually a three-year course that the aspirants take up after completing plus two. However, now, those who have passed Secondary School Leaving Certificate Exam or the Technical High School Leaving Certificate Examination can join the four-year Hotel Management and Catering Technology Diploma course that has the approval of All India Council for Technical Education.

The selection for the academic year 2022 – 23 would be held by the State Institute of Technical Teachers’ Training Research which functions under the aegis of the directorate of technical education in Kerala. There are 50% of government seats up for grabs. Besides, reservation benefits too are available as per the criteria of the state government.

This facility is available only at the Munnar Catering College, a private institute that offers hospitality training of international standards. Phone – 04868 249900; Half of the seats are in the management quota.

The management has the discretion to choose eligible candidates. Besides, the selection list should get the approval of the directorate of technical education.

The candidates can submit online applications via the website The prospectus too is available on the website. The online applications could be submitted until 30 September.

Those who wish to submit online applications for the management quota should click on the link, 'management quota' in the admission portal.

The application fee is Rs 200; it is Rs 100 for scheduled categories. The fee for management quota too is Rs 200. The fee could be paid online along with the application. The annual tuition for the government/management quota is Rs 98,000. The examination registration fee Rs 1740. The classes have been scheduled to begin on 17 October. 

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