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Asked on 09 Apr Exam Coaching/Hotel Management Entrance Coaching

In Hyderabad, which are the coaching centers for entrance exam of best hotel management institutions?

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Asked on 17 Feb Exam Coaching/Hotel Management Entrance Coaching

I would like to know as how to prepare for the All India Entrance examination of the Three years bachelors... read more

I would like to know as how to prepare for the All India Entrance examination of the Three years bachelors degree course in culinary arts. I was told the selection method in culinary academy of India is very difficult so I want to prepare in advance. Is there any old question papers available or some model question papers. Please guide me.

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Vocabulary

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An initiative by alumnus of Hansraj College, DU, IIM Kolkata and NIFT Mumbai, Career Capital which was...

Words followed by their meanings: In order to remember the meanings of the words, it is suggested that you should make sentences using these words: Piqued : Annoyed / offended. Animus : Feeling of dislike. Urge : Persuade. Purge : To remove. Duped : Deceived / cheated. Zeroed : Arriving at a conclusion. Grim... read more

Words followed by their meanings:

In order to remember the meanings of the words, it is suggested that you should make sentences using these words:

Piqued : Annoyed / offended.

Animus : Feeling of dislike.

Urge : Persuade.

Purge : To remove.

Duped : Deceived / cheated.

Zeroed : Arriving at a conclusion.

Grim : Gloomy / depressing.

Imposters : Who deceives by false identity.

Sham : Dishonest / who tries to deceive.

Endured : To deal with unpleasant.

Renowned : Widely acclaimed.

Vetting : Investigating.

Animosity : Feeling of dislike / hatred.

Dodge : Avoiding something by trick.

Pathetic : Feeling too bad, weak, poor.

Whacked : To hit with force.

Skewed : Changing something in favor.

Clamp down : To restrict.

Shrugged : Shoulder movement signifying indifference.

Aftermath : Time after a destructive event.

Juncture : A point of time.

Tandem : In association.

Woes : Feeling of grief / sadness.

Cripple : Lame / disabled.

Refuted : To prove something wrong.

Embroiled : Involved in conflict.

Murky : Very dark / unclear.

Fleece : To take away money by deceit.

Passé : No longer fashionable.

Unprecedented : Not done or experienced before.

Curb : To control or limit.

Flagged : To decline in interest / value or started.

Grappling : Struggling.

Flee : To run away.

Cogent : Convincing / compelling.

Deter : To prevent something from happening.

Skeptical : Doubtful.

Bid : Offering a price.

Pitted (against) : Placed against someone to compete.

Bleak : Depressing (outlook).

Disquiet : Feeling of worry / nervousness.

Lament : Expressing sorrow / regret.

Impunity : Freedom from punishment

Tacit : Implied / unspoken.

Dissent : Disagree.

Decorum : Proper behavior / respectful mannerism.

Snubbed : Rebuked / ignored in an insulting manner.

Overtures : Initiative / proposal.

Bipartisan : Involving two parties.

Defiantly : Refusing to obey.

Bolster : To support / strengthen.

Exigencies : Necessarily required.

Gauge : Making judgment.

Imperative : Very important.

Vigorously : Forcefully / energetically.

Polarized : Separated.

Vulnerable : Open to damage / harm.

Napping : Taking a short sleep.

Finesse : Skillful handling of a task or situation.

Capsized : Turned over

Stir – agitate / to disturb.

Spurned : To reject with contempt.

Abject : Extremely bad.

Lunacy : Foolishness.

Iota : Very small amount.

Disdain : Strong dislike / disrespect.

Delusional : False belief.

Precipitous : Quick / sudden.

Posterity : Future generations.

Astounded : Overwhelmed / amazed.

Ulterior : Hidden.

Shore up : To support.

Dismay : Disappointed / upset.

Pernicious : Destructive effect.

Abominable : Unpleasant / disgusting.

Culminating : To reach the end / final.

Crusade : A major effort.

Bonhomie : Friendliness.

Discernible : To recognize / detect.

Lieu : Instead of, in place of.

Nixes : Refused.

Flamboyant : Having a appealing / catchy quality.

Fugitive : Running away to avoid arrest.

Vying : Competing.

Daunting : Very difficult.

Ante : To pay the price.

Undisputed : Without any argument.

Adulation : Flattering / excessive admiration.

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Profit & Loss

Ramesh S

An engineer by profession and Education Consultant by Passion with wide experience in training Quantitative...

Profit and Loss Cost Price (CP): The price at which any article is purchased Selling Price (SP): The price at which an article is sold Profit or Gain: Profit is the difference between S.P. and C.P., if S.P. is greater than C.P Loss is the difference between C.P and S.P., if C.P. is greater... read more

Profit and Loss

  • Cost Price (CP): The price at which any article is purchased
  • Selling Price (SP): The price at which an article is sold

Profit or Gain:

  • Profit is the difference between S.P. and C.P., if S.P. is greater than C.P
  • Loss is the difference between C.P and S.P., if C.P. is greater than S.P

Profit percent (P %)

Profit percent is always computed over C.P. It is:

Loss Percent (L %)

Loss percent is always computed over C.P., it is:


Short-cut for Calculation:

Suppose the Cost Price of a book is 15. Let it be sold at 20% profit. What is the selling price?

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S.P. = C.P. + Profit:

S.P. = 15 + (20/100) × 15 = 15 (1 + 20/100) = 15 × (120/100)

A 20% profit (increase) on 15 yields the product 15 × (120/100).

Writing this product enables speed in calculation.

Simplifying this product is easier compared to finding the amount of profit separately first and next adding it to the cost price.

 

 

 

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Answered on 30/06/2017 Exam Coaching/Hotel Management Entrance Coaching

What is the average fee structure for entrance exam of IHM college?

Ravi Shankar Kumar

Teacher, Trainer & Career Coach

Hi Shubham, Application FEE for NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR HOTEL MANAGEMENT AND CATERING TECHNOLOGY (NCHM) JEE 2017 Online - Rs. 800 for GEn/OBC & Rs. 400 for SC/ST/ PD Offline - Rs. 900 for GEn/OBC & Rs. 450 for SC/ST/ PD Other Private college charge application Fee between 1000-2000. Thanks Ravi
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Asked on 17/04/2017 Exam Coaching/Hotel Management Entrance Coaching

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Asked on 21/06/2016 Exam Coaching/Hotel Management Entrance Coaching

What are top Hotel Management colleges in India?

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Answered on 07/07/2016 Indian Food Cooking Classes Life Skills Coaching/Career Counselling Exam Coaching/Hotel Management Entrance Coaching

Is hotel management a good choice??? I want to be a chef in cruise.....

Rajendra P Soni

Astrolgy, Hindi, Career counsel, Education, Psychology

Yes, with the international tourism being promoted, party habits also getting elevated, it is a good career.
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Answered on 29/03/2016 Exam Coaching/Hotel Management Entrance Coaching

How Can I Prepare For NCHMCT In Last One Month?

Mohammad Asad

Master

Take last year papers n solve at least one sample paper for ur remaining days. M sure u ll get through. Good luck..
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Answered on 16/02/2016 Exam Coaching/Hotel Management Entrance Coaching

i we are looking for the hotel management trainer to train our staffs in the Restaurant

Sankar Kumar Mukherjee

Please mention your location.
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