(Established under section 3 of UGC Act, 1956)
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with 'A' Grade with CGPA of 3.40

Scope of hospitality industry

  • Hotels offer careers in management, event organization, restaurant and bar work, as well as a range of operational roles, including finance, human resources and marketing.
  • Careers in restaurants include management and chef work. Chefs remain the occupation that employers find most difficult to recruit for, mainly due to a lack of applicants with the required skills. Opportunities for business managers, finance managers and operational staff also exist within larger restaurant chains.
  • Pubs, bars and clubs offer opportunities in licensed retailing, management, promotions and event management.
  • Contract catering involves providing professional food services within organizations such as hospitals, schools, universities, entertainment venues and large public and private sector businesses.
  • Events, conferences and meetings are big business. Around 60% of conferences and events take place in hotels, mainly because there are far more hotels than other types of venue, but they are also held in conference centers, multi-purpose venues and unusual locations.
  • Hotels are amongst the most visible and important aspects of a country's infrastructure. Hotel industry is a closely linked one to the tourism industry. A number of factors like promotion of tourism and rapid industrial progress have given a boost to hoteliering. The recent liberalisation of trade and opening up of economy will further lead to revolutionary growth in this sector.
  • With increasing globalisation, career opportunities in this field are not only limited within the country but there are chains of hotels which operate internationally providing scope of a career abroad. It is a glamorous profession which has a bright future. With the growth of hotel industry propelled by foreign and domestic tourism and business travel, the demand for well trained quality personnel too has grown impressively.
  • The diversity of experience in hotel management is greater than in any other profession. Hotel industry involves combination of various skills like management, food and beverage service, housekeeping, front office operation, sales and marketing, accounting. Today, the rise in corporate activity (leading to greater number of business trips) as well as the wish to travel on holiday has made the hotel industry a very competitive one.
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