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The University Library is a Knowledge Centre which has rich resources mainly in Social Sciences, Humanities and Sciences. It is situated on national highway (No.-98) that connects the state capital i.e., Patna(110 Km. in the north) and Aurangabad (30Km. South). and is the hub of all the academic activities of the University.It is established in 1970.It is a depository of all Govt.
publications and publications of some important International Organisations like WHO, European Union, United Nations and its allied agencies etc.Twenty computers and scanners have been installed with screen reading and speech software to facilitate visually challenged scholars in their studies in this special Unit. The Library remains open from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.However, the Reading Room, Textbook Section also remains open upto 12 midnight. The General Reading Hall is being kept open round the clock throughout the year. The Library remains closed on three National Holidays and Holi festival each year.All students, faculty members and employees of the University are eligible for membership of the Library. The registered members are issued Borrower's Ticket corresponding to their entitlement.
It will issue bar-coded library identity cards for students. The Library has a total collection of 5.45 lakhs, which includes books, serials, non-book materials etc. The faculty publications have been placed at the Ground Floor. The Library subscribes to 965 journals and also receives another 148 journals by way of gift and exchange. The collection is housed subject-wise on different floors under three major streams i.e. Social Sciences, Humanities and Sciences. Membership Section; Circulation Counter; Periodicals Display and Reading Hall (Social Sciences & Humanities); Reference books; Readers Services; CyberLibrary; Helen Keller Unit (Visually Challenged Researcher/Scholars); Information Browsing Unit for Faculty Members; Research Scholars Reading Hall; Lockers for M. Phil/Ph. D Students and Catalogue Cabinets. Mezzanine Floor: Librarian’s Chamber; Librarian’s Office; Documentation Unit; Social Science Processing and Book Acquisition Unit; Training Room; Library Administration; Text Books and Book Bank Collection; Committee Room; Retro conversion Unit and Automation Unit.

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  • Every students residing in the college Hostel during the term of the courses shall be directly under disciplinary jurisdiction of the Hostel superintendent and the college authority.
  • In case of indiscipline, misconduct, misbehavior, stealing or damaging any college/ Hostel property, the boarders are liable for any punishment as may be imposed by the authority/Hostel superintendent.
  • Possessing or consuming any drugs or intoxicant of any kind, possessing or using any fire arms, lethal weapon, explosive or dangerous substance on the premises of the Hostel or the college will be dealt with as per provision of the rules of the college authority.
  • Boarders are not allowed to permit any unauthorized person in the Hostel rooms. No outsider shall be allowed in the hostel premises after 6 p.m.
  • Regging, bullying or harassing any students are strictly prohibited and is subject to the expulsion from the Hostel or the college.
  • Indulging in any kind of violence, assault, intimidation or threatening in the Hostel or College or outside by any boarder will be severely dealt with.
  • Disorderly behavior in any form by the boarder are liable for disciplinary action including expulsion from the Hostel and the College.
  • Boarders are not allowed to use T.V., Transistor, Electric Iron, Heater, Stove etc. in the Hostel Rooms
  • Monitor/Monitress and Asstt. Monitor/Asstt.Monitree or other office bearers or the Members of the Mess Committee will be appointed by the Superintendent and may be terminated at any time in case of failure of discharging their duties.
  • All boarders must appear in all the college Examination and secure pass in all the papers.
  • Boarders who fail in the College & University Examinations shall forfeit seats in the Hostel.
  • Boarders must not remain outside the hostel premises after 6 p.m. they must sit for study latest by 6-30 p.m.
  • Boarders must get up before 6 a.m. and on no account shall leave the Hostel premises in the morning. At least two hours’ time must be devoted to study in the morning.

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Faculty, staff, and students must use good judgment in the use of all computing resources, including but not limited to Internet access and e-mail use. E-mail messages must be appropriate in type, tone and content. Employee and student use of e-mail and the Internet must be able to withstand public scrutiny without embarrassment to the College. Computing and telecommunications may be used only for legal purposes and may not be used for any purpose which is illegal, unethical, dishonest, damaging to the reputation of the College or likely to subject the College to liability.
Any activity that would negatively affect the use of the network by others (e.g., games, excessive chat ); Removing hardware, software, or manuals from the Computer Lab without authorization is an offence Violating College security, damaging College systems, or using computing privileges to gain unauthorized access to any College computer system and/or any computer systemon the Internet Do not connect or disconnect any cables. Do not force diskettes in or out of floppy drives. Report any problems to the Lab Technician. No food, drink are allowed in the Lab. Work quietly and do not disturb others. Ask permission to work at an available computer if a class is in progress in the lab. Clean up the work area around your station when you leave. Do turn off the machines when Leaving the lab. No bags are allowed in the Lab Any student found breaking the labs rules will be suspended from using the lab for two weeks.
The right to privacy of e-mail and other electronic files against unwarranted or unreasonable entry or search is a basic tenet of College policies. The user requests or gives permission to the College to access an account; Pursuant to a valid search warrant or court order; An emergency situation exists in which the physical safety and/or wellbeing of a person(s) may be affected or College property may be damaged or destroyed. Responsibility for authorizing access lies with the Principal or Vice Principals; Reasonable grounds exist to suspect that a violation of law or College policy is occurring. Access will take place only after a reasonable effort has been made to obtain consent. Responsibility for authorizing access lies with the Principal or Vice Principals; If necessary to maintain the integrity of the computer system or to protect the rights or property of the College. Responsibility for authorizing access lies with the Principal or Vice Principals.

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Students will be imparted industrial on-the-job training in categorized Hotels (approved by Department of Tourism for a period of 6 months during the 3 rd semester and further 6 months during the 8 th semester to enable them to have full working exposure of the industry during their academic curriculum thereby correlating academic inputs with practical industrial working.The college shall endeavour to provide on-campus placement facilities in best hotels, hotels chains, convention centres, tourism industry etc. Immediately on completion of the 6 th semester and after the 7 th semester-they will be sent for industrial training after which they shall be provided placement in the industry for their future careers.The desirous students shall be provided hostel accommodation.
Such facilities will be available on payment of fees as specified in the fee structure.The students shall wear the prescribed uniforms as designed and prescribed by the college both for theory classes as well as for respective practical works and shall be organized by the college the cost of which will have to be borne by the students as given in the fee structure. Essential books/ journals as well as tool-kits required for practical works, shall be made available on cost basis.For practical works food production, kitchen restaurants with mock –bar for food & beverages services, well equipped reception and a fully furnished guest room with attached bath are being provided in the institute with all state of the art and latest equipments in order to impart the best practical training as per industry norms. The institute shall also have its own equipped computer laboratory, well staffed professional library, well designed student cafeteria-cum dining hall along with recreational activity room for their overall personality development. It will be aimed at testing the general knowledge and intelligence besides proficiency in English. Questions on basic mathematics, science, humanities, general knowledge and IQ will be asked . Candidates are required to put preference marks in their application forms. Allotment of the centre will subject to availability of desired number of candidates.

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A. Paper-I
a. Group I - Principles & Practice of Management ( 75 Marks )
1Definition, Functions and Scope of Management, Process of Management
2Development of Management thought, Contribution of F.W.Taylor, Henry Fayol, Elton Mayo and, Peter Drucker.
3Process of planning, Types of Policies, Principles of Policy making.
4Definition, Elements and Function of Organisation, Types of Organisation, Span of Control
5Authority, Types & Delegation, Elements of communication, Elements of effective communication.
6Theories of motivation, Elements and techniques of management by objective (MBO).
7Types of decision-making
 b.Group II - Quantitive Methods ( 75 Marks )
1Mesaures of Central tendency, Mean, Median and, Mode.
2Mesaure of dispersion : Mean, Standard and Quartile deviation.
3Correlation Techniques - Product, momment and rank difference correlation. Regression Hypothesis.
4Probablity, Sampling, Test of T-ratio Technique, X2-test, F-test.
5Types of graphs and its utility Management.
  B. PAPER - II
a.  Group I - Managerial Economics ( 50 Marks )
1Objective and need of Management Economics, Related Disciplines.
2Demand Analysis : Significance and concept of Demand, Cardinal Utility, Indifference Curve technique. Demand Forecasting, Elasticity of Demand concept and uses.
3Production Functions : Production Func., Laws of Return, Return to scale.
4Cost concepts : Types of cost, short run and long run cost function.

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