Hotel and Catering Management Institute


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We are an International Institute of Hotel Management providing Courses such as Bachelor, Diploma, MBA, MSc & more in Hotel Management.

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Hotel and Catering Management Institute

  1. 1. A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision ofbasic accommodation in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard a smalltable and a washstand has largely , been replacedby rooms with modern facilities, includingEn-suite-bathrooms and air-conditioning orClimate-around. Additional common features found in hotel rooms are a telephone, an alarm clock, a television, a safe, a mini-bar with snack foods and drinks, and facilities for making teaand coffee. Luxury features include bathrobesand slippers, a pillow-menu, twin-sink vanities, and Jacuzzi bathtubs. Larger hotels may provide additional guest facilities such as a restaurant,swimming pool, fitness center, business center,childcare, conference facilities and social function services. Hotel rooms are usually numberedto allow guests to identify their room.
  2. 2. The Prospects :The Indian tourism industry is growing at a fastpace. This growth has immensely benefitedanother sector – the hotel industry. You canpursue a career in hotel management if youare a sociable person with goodcommunication and interpersonal skills. Thehospitality industry has grown by leaps andbounds in the past decade. Demand fortrained manpower in this industry is immense.Students who have successfully passed their12th standard examination can pursuecertificate, diploma or bachelors in hotelmanagement.
  3. 3. Career & Future in Hotel Management-The Managers -Club Management/Recreation & Health-The Front Office centre management-F&B (Food and Beverage) -Cruise Ship Hotel Management This department includes: -Hospital Administration and Catering -Culinary Unit -Institutional and Industrial Catering -Steward Department -Airline Catering and Cabin Services -Food Service Department -Manufacturers and Suppliers of Hotel and-Restaurant and Food Service Managers restaurant Equipment and Services-Housekeeping -Hotel and Tourism Associations-Executive Housekeepers -Catering Departments in banks and insurance-Marketing Department houses-Human Resources -With government owned catering-F & B (Production) departments, for example railway, armed forces, ministerial conventions, etc. In food, confectionery, beverage production industries.
  4. 4. A cruise ship or cruise liner is a passengersShip used for pleasure voyages, where thevoyage itself and the ships amenities are partof the experience, as well as the differentdestinations along the way. Transportation isnot the prime purpose, as cruise ships operatemostly on routes that return passengers totheir originating port, so the ports of call areusually in a specified region of a continent.
  5. 5. A restaurant is an establishment whichprepares and serves food and drink tocustomers in return for money. meals aregenerally served and eaten on premises,but many restaurants also offer take-outand food delivery services. Restaurants varygreatly in appearance and offerings,including a wide variety of the main chefscuisines and service models. While inns andtaverns were known from antiquity, thesewere establishments aimed at travelers,and in general locals would rarely eat there.Modern restaurants are dedicated to theserving of food, where specific dishes areordered by guests and are prepared to theirrequest. The modern restaurant originatedin 18th century France, although precursorscan be traced back to Roman times.
  6. 6. Housekeeping is the department that deals essentially with cleanliness and all ancillary service attached to that. Accommodation in hotels tend to be the largest part of the hotel, it is the most revenue generatingDepartment, the housekeeping departmenttakes care of all rooms is often largestDepartment in hotels.
  7. 7. A hotel receptionist is the person or personswho work at the front desk of a hotel, greetingguests upon arrival and assisting them withany problems during their stay. A hotelreceptionist may also be referred to as a deskclerk. Most hotels simply require theirreceptionists to have a high school diploma orequivalent, though some may have anassociates degree in an area such as businessor hotel management.
  8. 8. A kitchen is a part of a Hotel, used for cookingand food preparation. In the West, a modernresidential kitchen is typically equipped with astove, a sink with hot and cold running water, arefrigerator and kitchen cabinets arrangedaccording to a modular design. Manyhouseholds have a microwave oven adishwasher and other electric appliances. Themain function of a kitchen is cooking orpreparing food but it may also be used fordinning and entertaining.
  9. 9. An airline provides air transport services fortravelling passengers and/or freight. Airlineslease or own their aircraft with which tosupply these services and may form partnerships or alliances with other airlines for mutual benefit. Generally, airline companies are recognized with an air operating services or license issued by agovernmental aviation body.
  10. 10. Admission Office: SCO 19, FF, Sector 20-D, Chandigarh - 160 020, India | Ph.: 0172 - 461 3055, 09876163055Campus: VPO Gholumajra - 140 508, Near Milktime, Chandigarh-Ambala Highway Tehsil: Derabassi, Distt.(Mohali) SAS Nagar, Punjab