Admission Open 2019-20

1. B.Sc. in Hotel Management & Tourism (3 Years Degree Course)
(Eligibility 10+2, Appearing Candidate can also apply)

2. MBA in Hotel Management (2 Years Course)
(Eligibility 10+2+3, Appearing Candidate can also apply)

3. Diploma in Hotel Management (1.5 Years with Certificate Programme)
(Eligibility 10+2, Appearing Candidate can also apply)

4. PG in Hotel Management (1.5 Years with Certificate Programme)
(Eligibility 10+2+3, Appearing Candidate can also apply)

5. International Diploma in Hotel Management from AH&LA ,USA (3 Years/1 Year)
(Eligibility 10th, Appearing Candidate can also apply)

Hospitality Industry: An Overview

The hospitality sector includes all businesses that provide food, beverages and/or accommodation services. This includes restaurants, pubs, bars and clubs, hotels, contract catering, and hospitality services. The industry is known for its fast pace, hard work and high turnover.

Careers and courses in Hotel Management, Tourism and diverse areas of hospitality are in an exciting growth phase, leading to outstanding employment opportunities in both the local and international marketplace.

Hospitality is a major growth industry and will continue to expand rapidly into the 21st Century. It is an industry which creates economic and employment opportunities throughout the World and provides an exciting and worthwhile career in a diverse range of industry areas.

The Hospitality industry provides food, beverage, entertainment and accommodation to both international and domestic visitors. It includes hotels, motels, resorts, restaurants, cafes, clubs, Cruise line and Travel agencies. The hospitality industry is large and diverse and is normally referred to as the Tourism and Hospitality Industry.

The industry covers sectors such as:
° Restaurants and Cafes
° Hotels
° Clubs
° Meetings and Events
° Tours Operators
° Tours Guides casinos, etc.

Indian hospitality industry has emerged as a hotspot destination for investment for the global hospitality companies in the last few years. Many leading global hotel chains aim to enter India in the near future and the ones that are already present in the country as of now are eager to expand. The companies are betting big on dearth of hotel rooms in the nation.

Industry estimates say, in the next 3 years there will be about 40 international hotels operational in the country. These global chains plan on catering to all the classes—the upper scale, mid-scale, the economy and the budget.

Some of the chains that are set to come to India are MGM Mirage Hospitality a US-based firm, Amari from Thailand, Fairmont Raffles Hotels, Golden Tulip Hotels, Movenpick Hotels and Resorts, Corinthia Hotel group from Europe, Carlson, Starwood, Choice, Marriott, Accor, Hyatt, Intercontinental and Hilton.

1. Hospitality, as an industry segment in itself, is a US$ 3.5 trillion service sector within the global economy.

2. In India, the tourism and hospitality industries are witnessing a period of exponential growth; the world's leading travel and tourism journal, "Conde Nast Traveller", ranked India as the numero uno travel destination in the world.

3. The year 2007 also marked the fifth consecutive year during which India has witnessed double-digit growth in foreign tourist arrivals.

4. Along with the rise in foreign tourist arrivals, foreign exchange earnings have shown a robust growth of 25.6%.

5. Tourism has now become a significant industry in India, contributing around 5.9 per cent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and providing employment to about 41.8 million people.

6. As per the World Travel & Tourism Council, the tourism industry in India is likely to generate US$ 121.4 billion of economic activity by 2015 and Hospitality sector has the potential to earn US$ 24 billion in foreign exchange by 2015.

7. Additionally, India is also likely to become a major hub for medical tourism, with revenues from the industry estimated to grow from US$ 333 million in 2007 to US$ 2.2 billion by 2012, says a study by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and McKinsey.

8. The booming tourism industry has had a cascading effect on the hospitality sector with an increase in the occupancy ratios and average room rates. While occupancy ratio is around 80-85 per cent – up nearly 10 percent from three years back, the average increase in room rates over the last one year has hovered around 22-25%.

9. It is pertinent to mention in this context, that according to recent estimates, there are a total of 110,000 rooms in India, as against a total requirement of approximately 250,000 – demonstrating the untapped potential that continues to exist in this industry.

10. The aforementioned initiatives have resulted in increasing FDI inflows being witnessed by this industry. For the period April 2000 to November 2011, a total of US$ 1000 million in foreign direct investments was channelised towards development of hotels and tourism.

11. The hospitality industry has also been receiving increasing interest from the Private Equity Sector – investments have tripled from US$ 60 million to over US$ 180 million.

12. It is estimated that the hospitality sector is likely to see a further US$ 11.41 billion in inbound investments over the next two years.

13. Several global hospitality majors such as Hilton, Accor, Marriott International, Berggruen Hotels, Cabana Hotels, Premier Travel Inn (PTI) and InterContinental Hotels group have already announced major investment plans in India in recent years.

Work Profile: Possibilities
Graduates are increasingly being sought by employers to go into a wide range of management and operational roles. Hotels offer careers in management, event organization, restaurant and bar work, as well as a range of operational roles, including finance, IT, human resources and marketing.

Careers in restaurants include general and food service management roles. Larger restaurant chains also have opportunities for business/finance managers and operational staff.

Pubs, bars and clubs offer opportunities in licensed retailing, management, promotions and event organisation. Contract catering involves providing professional food services within organisations such as hospitals, schools, universities, entertainment venues and large public and private sector businesses.
Other industries in the sector include holiday centres and visitor attractions.
Hospitality is a busy, fast-paced sector where employees have to adjust to new challenges in order to address the needs of customers.

Working in contract catering, providing meals in schools, hospitals and staff restaurants can be a nine-to-five job, whereas working in restaurants and pubs can mean longer but more flexible hours.

Working in hotels usually means longer hours but promises a wide variety of jobs and opportunities for early responsibility. Many occupations within the sector may be appropriate for those seeking flexible working hours or part-time work but People 1st reports that part-time workers are more vulnerable in an economic downturn.

The industry is noted for its high level of labour turnover, and this currently stands at 23%.
Although 58% of the workforce is female, only 44% of women work in senior management positions in the hospitality industry.
Salaries vary and depend on the size of the company, the amount of responsibility involved and the type of organisation. Sometimes packages can include profit-related pay, subsidised accommodation or meals, pension schemes and health insurance.

Typical starting salaries for a trainee hotel manager can range from Rs.65000/- to Rs.150000/-, although entrants with experience may earn more. Salaries vary widely depending on location and the size of the organisation. Starting salaries for a restaurant manager range from Rs.45000/- to Rs.85000/-. Entry-level salaries in event management range from Rs.65000/- to Rs.150000/-, although performance-related pay/commission/bonuses are typical.

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