The Indian tourism and hospitality industry has emerged as one of the key industries driving growth for the Service sector in India. The Indian hospitality sector has been growing at a cumulative annual growth rate of 14 per cent every year, adding significant amounts of foreign exchange to the economy. The total market size of the tourism and hospitality industry in India stands at US$ 117.7 billion and is anticipated to touch the cleanser careful.
The two-year AICTE approved program in Hospitality Management is designed to give students with different backgrounds an opportunity to re-engineer their career
into the hospitality and tourism sector. Independent as well as group work helps to build confidence and relationships which are useful for the students’ future career, while also learning hands-on. Students gain a well-rounded, non-discriminatory and global outlook on issues facing businesses in the 21st century, while at the same time getting down to business and learning a very profitable career right from the beginning.
The PGDM in Hospitality Management is an intensive hospitality-intensive management degree. It prepares students to be theory-based, action-oriented leaders of executive management teams and entrepreneurial ventures with career
pathways spanning entrepreneurs, restaurateurs, developers, analysts, consultants and managers of hotels, resorts, and spas. The program prepares you to be a future industry leader who knows how to drive excellence, growth and innovation in whatever sector of hospitality you choose to enter. The unique intersection of real-world experience, life maturity and unparalleled, best-in-class industry-specific business education means that you will be holistically equipped to excel.
Students enrolling for this program also get to
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learn from the most renowned hospitality business faculty and industry leaders who bring best practices, industry innovations and key influences in shaping global hospitality.