Best Books For NCHM JEE 2019

NCHMCT JEE (National Council of Hotel Management and Catering Technology Joint Entrance Examination) 2019 would be conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) for the coming academic session. National Council of Hotel Management and Catering Technology (NCHMCT) used to conduct Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) each year to offer admission to aspirants in hospitality and hotel administration programmes. NCHMCT is an autonomous body underneath the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India.

Best books to refer to key topics are mentioned below:

Book Author Publisher  
Guide for Hotel Management 2019 Arihant Experts Arihant Publications Buy Book
Hotel Management: NCHMCT – JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Guide RPH Editorial Board RPH Buy Book
Economics of Hotel Management A.M. Sheela New Age Publishers Buy Book
NCHMCT – JEE: National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology Joint Entrance Exam (Previous Years Papers) RPH Editorial Board RPH Buy Book

By clearing NCHMCT JEE 2019, candidates can secure admission in more than 63 IHMs. Further, break-up of the number of institutes that accept NCHMCT JEE scores for admission is – 21 Central Institutes, 22 State Government Institutes and 14 private Institutes of hotel Management affiliated with NCHMCT. Apart from this, 12 Food Craft Institutes, 2 SIHMs (running only diploma level program). All these colleges offer standardized course of study as prescribed by NCHMCT for the various programmes that they offer. Earlier, only 6 IHMs used to offer BSc HHA with Vegetarian Cooking Option but now all IHMs offer this course. Go through the list of colleges accepting NCHMCT JEE scores for admission.

NCHMCT JEE 2019 Eligibility

Candidates are eligible to apply for NCHMCT JEE 2019 if they cleared their 10+2 or its equivalent examination with English together of the subjects studied. Apart from this, candidates will meet the eligibility criteria for NCHMCT JEE only if they have secured passing marks in English in their qualifying examination. However, admissions offered on tentative basis can stand off if the candidate fails to submit proof of clearing the qualifying examination (10+2 or its equivalent) at the time of admission or latest by September 30, 2019.


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