Hotel Management

January 23, 2009 at 5:14 am Leave a comment

The following query was received from a student:

Which are the good Hotel Management institutes in India and what is the admission procedure? I like cooking and can cook well. What are the career prospects as a Chef?

Rupesh (Mumbai)

Reply by our FutureMap counsellor:

Dear Rupesh,
Wish to be a chef, quite challenging and interesting career. The National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology (NCHMCT) centrally regulates academics for Hospitality Management through structured courses of studies that are imparted at the Government-sponsored 24 Institutes of Hotel Management and 8 Food Craft Institutes located in different parts of the country. The eligibility to enter the course in hotel management is Class 12. You need to write an entrance test consisting of English, Reasoning, General Science and General Knowledge. The test is of 2-hour duration and is held around April every year. The test is followed by a group discussion and interview, in which a person’s personality and confidence is seen. You can also join certificate or diploma course after X and also after graduation.
Apart from this you can also try The Taj Group’s Institute of Hotel Management at Aurangabad, Oberoi School of Hotel Management in New Delhi, Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration in Manipal
One can find job in hotels / restaurants, air catering, railway catering, army catering, food processing companies, confectioneries, theme restaurants, malls, base kitchens, private hospitals like Apollo or Max, cruise liners, corporate catering, etc, One can also become food write or join teaching. And, of course, one can become an entrepreneur by setting up one’s own business. With Indian food becoming a craze over seas, the demand for Indian chefs is fast on the rise.


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