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Hospitality and Hotel Management in India

Hospitality Management and Hotel Management

Education and training in hospitality and catering could start after the completion of class X. However, professional training in hotel management or culinary arts is available only to students completing class XII in any discipline. A 20-week craftsmanship course in food and beverage service, a 12-week certificate course in cookery/bartending, and six-week job-oriented courses in food and beverage service/food production and skilled certification scheme for cooks and waiters are the entry level formal training options for those who aren’t keen to do a Bachelor’s degree, but want formal training for specific roles in the industry. The chef/cook is responsible for creating and supervising the preparation of all kinds of dishes. A Bachelor’s degree or undergraduate diploma in kitchen administration or culinary arts includes training for the above as also training in the management of a kitchen including managing staff and organising their workload, planning the menus, budgeting, ordering and approving the necessary ingredients, and maintaining high standards of efficiency and hygiene. The Bachelor of Science programme in hospitality and hotel administration offered jointly by the National Council for Hotel Management & Catering Technology (NCHMCT) and the Indira Gandhi National Open University, equips students with all the required skills, knowledge and attitude to efficiently discharge supervisory responsibilities in the hospitality sector. The programme involves in-depth laboratory work based on which students acquire required knowledge and skills standards in several areas, which include operational areas of food production, food and beverage service, front office operation and house keeping and providing managerial inputs in hotel accountancy, food safety and quality, human resource management, facility planning, financial management, strategic management, tourism marketing and tourism management. NCHMCT offers a six-month certificate course in hotel and catering management after class XII (10+2 system) or equivalent at IHM Mumbai/Chennai. Postgraduate programmes are either postgraduate diploma courses in hospitality management or in accommodation operation and management or MSc hospitality administration. There are also specialised opportunities in a big hotel, in the fields of finance, administration, sales and marketing, public relations, personnel and training for professionals in these fields.

INSTITUTES

Institutes of hotel management under NCHMCT, www.nchmct.org
  • • Institute of Hotel Management, Garhi Cantt, Dehradun
  • • State Institute of Hotel Management, Jyotisar, Kurukshetra
  • • Institute of Hotel Management, Library Avenue, Pusa Complex, New Delhi
  • • Delhi Institute of Hotel Management, Lajpat Nagar IV, New Delhi
  • • Dr Ambedkar Institute of Hotel Management, Chandigarh
  • • Chandigarh Institute of Hotel Management, Chandigarh
  • • Institute of Hotel Management, Aurangabad
  • • Jaypee Hotels Training Centre, Agra
  • • Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration, Manipal
  • • Oberoi Hotels STEP
  • • Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Association of India (FHRAI) Institute of Hospitality Management, Greater Noida
  • • Academy of Culinary Education, Goa
  • • Culinary Academy Of India, Hyderabad
  • • International Institute of Culinary Arts, New Delhi
  • • Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition, Mumbai
Postgraduate Programmes
  • • National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Hyderabad
  • • Manipal University, Manipal
  • • FHRAI Institute of Hospitality Management, Greater Noida
  • • Institutes of Hotel Management Pusa/Mumbai/ Bangalore under NCHMCT
  • • Oberoi Centre for Learning and Development