The School will offer integrated programs in both hospitality and tourism management at the Undergraduate as well as Postgraduate level. The courses will address issues of emerging global importance such as customer relationship management, ecologically sustainable tourism, heritage and rural tourism, etc.
The trend towards globalization and a steady growth in international tourism has led to an increased level of activity in both, the business and the leisure markets for the hospitality industry worldwide. India's economic liberalization policy and an expansion in the domestic tourism market have further added to this demand. The recent mushrooming of hotels and resorts, in both the luxury and the budget sectors are the result. Furthermore, change in culture and mindset has brought about a spirit in the number of Indians taking to eating out and traveling within India, leading to phenomenal growth in the restaurant, pub and resort industry.
This has immensely enhanced the requirement of trained hospitality personnel. The opport Moduleies exist in Food and Beverage Service, Food Production, Front Office and House Keeping. In addition to the hospitality industry, corporate and call centers prefer hospitality graduate for customer care and public relations.
The primary objectives of the college are to equip students to become professional managers to meet the challenges of change in the Indian hospitality industry in the global context and develop technical skills and competency specific to the industry
•The tourism industry in India is expected to grow at more than 8-9% in next ten years
•Domestic air travel in India is predicted to grow by 20% per annum over the next 5 years