Systematic layout planning – Richard Muther Cahners books Division of sahners publishing company, Inc.89 Franklin Street, Boston.
Food Service Planning: Layout & Equipment: Lendal H Kotschevar, Margaut E Terrell
Management Operations and Research: N Sathyanarayana Latitha Raman Himalaya Publishing House.
PAPER – 36 CORE - ACCOMMODATION OPERATION - II
UNIT – I
Fabrics and fibres.
Definition of a fibre, Classification of fibres, Fabric construction, Types of weaves.
UNIT – II
Layout of a fully mechanized laundry.
Flow process of industrial laundrying (Transport to laundry, arrival, marking sorting, stain removal, weighing, loading, washing, drying, ironing, folding, checking and repairing, distribution.)
Wash cycle and Dry-cleaning.
Guests laundry procedure and care.
Stain removal (Rules of stain removal, treating an unknown stain).
UNIT - III
Procedure and record maintained.
Planning and Organizing the house keeping department of a five star Hotel
Recruiting, selecting, hiring and orienting house keeping supervisors and room maids.
Motivating the operational staff. ( House maids and Housemen)
Job specification and job description of Executive Housekeeper, Assistant Keeper and other staffs.
UNIT – IV
Importance of interior design, factors affecting interior design of guest rooms and public areas.
Role of colour in interior design, qualities of colour, Classification and standard colour harmonies factors affecting colour schemes.
Layout of rooms and rules and how the physical layout affects system.
Special Consideration for the rooms for physically handicapped and disabled.
UNIT – V
Redecoration and refurnishing of the guestrooms.
Budget and budgetary controls of the Housekeeping Department.
Types and Principles of Flower arrangement.
House craft (Accommodation operations) by Valerie Paul and Christine Jones.
Commercial Housekeeping and Maintenance by – Stanley Thornes.
Hotel, Hostel and Hospital House Keeping by John C. Bronson and Margaret Lennox.
Hotel and catering studies by – Ursula Jones.
Housekeeping and Front office – by Jones.
PAPER – 37
HUMAN RIGHTS AND HUMAN RELATIONS EDUCATION UNIT – I Introduction:
Definition of Human Rights & Human Relations.
Scope of Human Rights – Need for the study of Human Rights.
Categories of Human relations and Human rights.
UNIT – II Human Rights Institutions – International & National:
United Nations Human Rights Commission – National Human Rights Commission – State Human Rights Commission.
UNIT - III
Civil and Political rights – Economic Relations & Human Rights, Social Relations & Human Rights.
UNIT – IV Instruments:
UDHR, International convenient on civil and political rights, International convenient on economic and social rights, National Human rights act – National Commission for minorities, S.C, S.T and Woman.
UNIT – V Students Activity:
Assignment / Case study / Term paper etc.
REFERENCE BOOKS: UNDHP – Program – annual reports.
Human Rights and Social Movements – Aravind Kumar.
Human Rights under the Indian Constitution – P.L Mehta Meena Urma.
National Human Rights Commission of India – Arun Kumar Pillai.
PAPER – 38
APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS UNIT – I INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS
Computer Systems, Advantages and disadvantages, Origin and history Various types, Network (LAN/MAN/WAN)
LINKING (time sharing/ Ring/bus/star)
Kinds and Components of a Computer, Hardware, Software, Operating Application (higher Level Languages / Utility), Compiler & Interpreter Components of a Computer.
ELEMENTS OF A COMPUTER SYSTEM
Central Processing Unit, Clock speed, Chips, Input & Output devices Storage devices, Manipulating date, Binary terms, ASCII Code Ports (Serial & Parallel), Control Cards, Real time clock, CGA Card.
Special symbols, Special Keys, Monitor (Colour/ Monochrome)
Fundamentals of Operating systems – Uses of Operating Systems.
UNIT – II
Capabilities of Word Processing – Ms WORD
UNIT – III
MS – EXCEL Exercise: I
Creating a Worksheet, Entering a label, Value, Copy demand Simple mathematical operations, Save and Exit.