|City||Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India|
|Phone||(0121) 2656096, 2643590, 2640895, 2641974, 2640932|
|[email protected]; [email protected]|
The hospitality industry is a key member of the service sector and is linked directly to domestic and international tourism. According to the World Tourism Organization (WTO), tourism has become one of the most important economic, social, cultural and political phenomena of the twentieth century. Hospitality comprises a wide range of services such as accommodations, food and beverage, events and activities etc. With the world becoming a global village, travel for pleasure and business has increased manifold and is expected to rise further in future making travel and tourism as the world's largest industry. This has resulted in increased demand for hospitality services worldwide that conform to internationally acceptable service standards. This has resulted in great demand for skilled manpower all over the globe. In a report on Hotels in India by HVS International in 2004, 'Assessing Trends and Opportunities', available rooms of all approved and unapproved hotels was estimated to be close to 90,000. Taking into account an estimated demand growth of approximately 18 per cent over the next few years, another 65,000-80,000 rooms will need to be added, across the country, in the next five years. This speaks volumes about the manpower requirement as well.
The history of modern hotels in India is not old. In 1903, J.R.D.Tata constructed the Taj Mahal Hotel in Bombay. It was the first hotel of international standard and repute, built by an Indian. About three decades later, in 1934, in the northern climes of India, Rai Bahadur Mohan Singh Oberoi, acquired his first property, The Clarkes Hotel, Shimla. Post independence, government realized the importance of tourism and set up a new corporation India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC). In 1975, ITC entered the fray with the Chola Sheraton in Chennai, and eventually entered into a marketing alliance with Starwood, a relationship that stood rock solid for its length, till some time back. The last decade has witnessed foray of almost all leading international hotel chains into India. With the further increase in projected demand of hotel rooms as India hosting Commonwealth Games in 2010, the celebrations in Indian hospitality industry has just begun.
The Institute of Hotel Management Catering Technology & Applied Nutrition, Meerut was established in 1987 as an autonomous body and is registered as an Educational Society under Societies Act 1860. Meerut is a historical city where the 1857 uprising started against the British rule. It is the richest district of Uttar Pradesh in agriculture and occupies a leading role in the politics of Western U.P. It has the added advantage of being close to New Delhi, our national capital and is well connected by road and rail. Foreseeing sharp increase of employment opportunities in hospitality industry, following the rapid growth of tourism, the institute took up the challenge of transforming young students into professionals for the hospitality sector. The old institute with a campus area of over 2.5 acres has emerged as a leading training institution in north India. Students of previous batches have made them mark felt through out the country and aboard. Industry circles have appreciated our efforts in churning out thorough hospitality professionals and are keen to absorb them.
In line with our philosophy that development is a continuous process a new institute building with ultra modern facilities in a 12.5 acre campus on National Highway 58 (Delhi-Dehradun Road) is almost complete and operational. It has properly laid out separate blocks with approx. 2.25 lacs sq.ft. covered area including academic block, laboratories with most modern equipments, administrative block, two restaurants, separate hostel facilities for boys and girls, auditorium, staff quarters, guest house, play grounds, swimming pool and other facilities to make the institute an ideal educational centre. The two campuses togther offer complete theoretical and practical training specially designed for future hoteliers. Students benefit from expert techniques focus on the hotel profession of today and prepare themselves for many outstanding employment opportunities. The institute is providing high class education to meet international hospitality standards and professional competence of our students is appreciated by the industry both in India and abroad. We would be happy to have you join us to experience a quality education in unique, motivating and inspiring environment which will prepare you for a successful future.
Corp. Office & Campus-II : 11,
Meerut Cantt. - 250 001
Meerut - 250 008 (U.P.) INDIA
Tel.: 09917307117, 09359179224, 01237-231751, 231749
Institute of Hotel Management Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition offers various graduate courses as well as Post Graduate courses.
Institute of Hotel Management Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition offers 4 Years Full Time Bachelors Degree in Bachelor of Hotel Management & Catering Technology (BHMCT)View Details Duration: 4 Years Learning Mode: Full Time Course Level: Bachelors Degree
Institute of Hotel Management Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition offers 3 Years Full Time Bachelors Degree in B.Sc Tourism and Hospitality ManagementView Details Duration: 3 Years Learning Mode: Full Time Course Level: Bachelors Degree
Institute of Hotel Management Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition offers Full Time Bachelors Degree in B.Sc Hospitality and Hotel AdministrationView Details Duration: 3 Years Learning Mode: Full Time Course Level: Bachelors Degree
Institute of Hotel Management Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition offers Full Time Diploma in Diploma Hotel management & Catering Technology (DHMCT)View Details Duration: 2 Years Learning Mode: Full Time Course Level: Diploma / Certification
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