General Info



Name of the Institution            Vivekanand Institute of Hotel and Tourism Management (VIHTM)
Address of the Institution        NH-8/B, Kuvadava Road, Kuchiyadar, Rajkot-360023, Gujarat
Contact Details                      9427213888; 8866250049; 8866250050
Email Id                        

Name of the Director             Mr. Mohit Mohnani
Name of the Principal            Mr. Udaidip Singh Chauhan

Contact Detail of Principal    9067979492
Email Id                       


Name of the Trust               Sushree Sardama Trust
Address of the Trust           NH-8/B, Kuvadava Road, Kuchiyadar, Rajkot-360023, Gujarat
Name of the Trustees         Mr. Ramesh Mohnani
Mr. Mohit Mohnani
Mr. Murlidhar Chelani
Mrs. Lavina Chelani
Email Id                     

Name of the University               Saurashtra University
Address of the University           Saurashtra University Campus, University Road, Rajkot-360005, Gujarat
Name of the Vice Chancellor     Professor Dr. Girish C. Bhimani

Name of the Program                Bachelors of Hotel and Tourism Management (BHTM)
Duration of the Program            4 Years
Type of Program                        Under Graduate
Approval of the Program            AICTE, New Delhi
Total Intake                                 60 seats
Accreditations                            NAAC, 2009
Admission Process                   As per norms of Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC)
Fees for the Program                Rs 88000/- per annum (as granted by the Fee Regulatory Committee)
Other Recognition of Program/ Institute    Ranking under GHRDC, New Delhi, a ranking body of national importance.

Admissions are based on the procedure as laid down by the Admission Committee for Professional Courses.
The detail of the admission calendar is available on the website of ACPC. The institute shall display on its website the admission calendar once the same is announced.
The URL for the Admission Committee for Professional Courses is


The institute has a dedicated training and placement cell to undertake internships and placement of students both in India and abroad. The training and placement cell also works on grooming students for interviews and prepares them for the industry. The placement cell has undertaken mandatory MOU’s with different hotels to facilitate students for their training and placement. The institute is a preferred college under MOU with IHG on a global level and students get an advantage at all  IHG hotels. The institute has a good tie up with several global brands and students undertake their internships at various properties of some of the under mentioned groups
•    Taj Group of Hotels
•    Marriott Hotels
•    The Leela group of Hotels
•    Oberoi group of hotels
•    The Fern
•    Radisson Hotels
•    ITC
•    Sayaji Group of Hotels

Number of students graduated                              58
Number of students placed                                    46
Number of students opted for entrepreneurship    06
Number of students opted for higher studies         05
Highest Package Offered                                      Rs 2.40 lacs/ annum
Average Package                                                  Rs 95,000/ annum


                                            DIRECTOR                            PRINCIPAL
                                                         ADMINISTRATIVE HEAD         HOD ACADEMICS
                                                               ADMIN STAFF                           FACULTY

Sl No    Name of Faculty                               Designation                                               Qualification                            Teaching Experience              Industry Experience                     Area of Specialization

1       Udaidip Singh Chauhan        Assistant Professor and I/C Principal        MTM, MBA (HR), Pursuing PhD in HR                           14                                           11                     Tourism, F&B Service, Human Resource
2       Mohit Ramesh Mohnani        Director , VIHTM                                         MCSE, BHTM, B.Com                                                    18                                            3                    Computer Applications; Personality Development
3       Namiraj Jain                          Assistant Professor                                   BHM, Group Alfa of ICFAI, Pursuing Masters                  24                                         2.5        F&B Service & Operations; F&B Management, Financial Management
4       Tapas Kumar Muduli             Assistant Professor                                   DHM, ITI                                                                           16                                            2        Front Office
5       Swatiben Haridas  Deshani    Assistant Professor                                 MBA Hospitality Manaement, BBA                                    4                                            6        Front Office; F&B Service
6       Abbas Bharmal                       Lecturer                                                   BHTM                                                                                 2                                            2        Food Production; Training and Placement
7       Shiva Subhash Verma           Lecturer                                                    BHTM                                                                               2.5                                     6 months    Housekeeping, Tourism
8       Vishal Jebeliya    Assistant     Professor                                                 MBA Human Resource                                                       2                                           3        Management; Human Resource
9      Shapur Ratan Jehani        Assistant Professor                                       D.C.B                                                                                   5                                         16        Bakery
10    Kushal Gupta                   Assistant Professor                                        M.B.A.                                                                                  3                                            3        Housekeeping; Tourism
11    Nidhi Bhojani                             Lecturer                                                 M. Com, B.Ed, DLISc, Pursuing M.Lib                                 9                                            1         Library and Information Centre
12    Mukesh kumar                 Assistant Professor                                       M.B.A. Hospitality and Tourism Management                      11                                           5        Food and Beverage Production


The institute is located on a 4 acre green campus dedicated for the program, 20 km from Rajkot City, the commercial hub of Gujarat. The Institute boasts of well equipped classrooms and laboratories in accordance with the norms of the AICTE. The institute is designed on a sustainable green model with in house hostel facilities separate for boys and girls. There is wifi connectivity for students on the campus.
The Institute has facility for outdoor and indoor games. Students are encouraged to play off college timings and every year Sports Week is organized for students to take part in various sports activities.
The Institute also encourages students to participate in outdoor events of sports organized by the University and in Khel Mahakumbh organized by the Government of Gujarat. The Institute also has a gymnasium for students.
 Apart from Sports the Institute involves students in extra-curricular activities pertaining to its field of study and other disciplines. Students participate in various inter-college competitions.Soft Skill development is a part of the curriculum and is emphasized as a learning process on a daily basis.
BHTM Syllabus  as on Saurashtra University website
The Institute follows a pedagogy that is designed to cater to the needs of the industry. The institute has designed its academic calendar based on a distinct approach in emphasizing practical based learning of students in all the core disciplines.  A continuous evaluation process has been designed to judge students internally as well externally in both practical and theoretical domain. The weight age of the internal component is computed to the external component for a comprehensive evaluation process.