GURU KARSHNI MAHAVIDYALAY’s G u r u जी यू आर यू “SCHOOL OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM STUDIES”
(Run under aegis of Welkin Society)
Day Care School
(Founded in 2014 with the blessings of God of Nature)
The aim of education is to prepare the youth to educate themselves throughout their life. The only person to be educated is one who has learned and changed. Thus in this high-tech world we accept the challenge to train and mould the younger generation who are living on compromises and are victims of selfish interests and devaluing in life. The aim of education is to prepare the youth to educate themselves throughout their life. The only person to be educated is one who has learned and changed. Thus in this high-tech world we accept the challenge to train and mould the younger generation who are living on compromises and are victims of selfish interests and devaluing in life.
"Let us have good thoughts from all sides" - Rigveda, 1-89-i; The Guru sets the price and direction for the benefit of each student in the "School of Hotel Management and Tourism Studies" of Guru Karshni Mahavidyalay. It is necessary that students understand it clearly and imbibe its spirit. In a crumbling world under the influence of a policy-driven technological storm, we try to hold fast to those fundamental values.
For whom our culture purifies body and mind, it transforms instinct, passion and emotions into beauty. These values are embedded in our national outlook. We command respect for the world because of them. We can move forward with confidence for the future. It is the responsibility on our shoulder to give great value to the younger generation and the resulting economic prosperity and decent heritage.
Our systematic administration and time management is another inspiring factor for our young students. We train our students for incomparable creativity and artistic skills with superior aesthetic sense. We teach sportsmanship, by which they maintain order, self-discipline and give life a certain shape again. To be successful in this holy mission one must have unwavering devotion and dedication to their goal. I strongly feel that there are three key social members - father, mother and teacher who can create a better tomorrow. Therefore, the challenge before parents and teachers is to "sacrifice their today so that the students can have a better tomorrow".
A loving and praying family is the backbone of our society. So let love rule your family and prayer can become a shield to protect you from possible harm. Have the utmost respect for your teachers and get the best out of them so that you can grow in the fullness of knowledge and wisdom. Come and join us in our continuous effort to transform the new generation into a best for the future.
Mr. Banarsi Singh
“SCHOOL of HOTEL MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM STUDIES”
N6/66, R30, PRABHAT NAGAR, INDIRA NAGAR EXT., CHITAIPUR ROAD, SUNDERPUR, VARANASI AND MIRZAPUR -221005 (U.P)
MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR
Guru Karshni mahavidyalay’s "School of Hotel Management and Tourism Studies" welcomes students with complex learning difficulties. We provide standard and quality education and learning to care for students. Teachers and staff are committed to creating a high-quality expert provision for the individual needs and rights of students. Above all, we emphasize the creation of a positive, supportive and inclusive ethos where all persons are respected. All our innovations on "hospitality education" can be expressed in a line. "To prepare students is to really instill a sense of introspection in the student" - developing practical, physical, sensory, cognitive skills and industrial interaction.
We believe that working in partnership with parents and carers during their student's career is extremely important. We welcome parents to visit our faculties and talk to teachers, staff and students and discuss about Hotel Management and Tourism Studies courses. We provide an integrated industrial approach for the hospitality student through which they will learn the "Atithi Devo Bhava" rites of Indian tradition.
Our philosophy caters to the educational needs of those who want to combine the benefits of modern school with the ancient "Vidyashram", which aims to awaken the intellect of the student, so that he can understand the complexity of the problems faced in life and Help them to grow as a person with good character and personality via close contact between teacher and students.
We thank the parents for choosing the "School of Hotel Management and Tourism Studies" of Guru Karshni Mahavidyalay and spend a formal year in it. We promote love and search for knowledge in addition to developing the mental, physical and spiritual faculties of our students. Therefore our school emphasizes guidelines, supreme knowledge, and development of sophisticated behaviour with life skills and awareness of spiritual values to make entrepreneurship managers globally competent in the hospitality sector.
Shri Sandip K. Singh
Guru Karshni mahavidyalay’s
“SCHOOL of HOTEL MANAGEMENT and TOURISM STUDIES”
Welcome to the fascinating world of education. The "School of Hotel Management and Tourism Studies" (under the aegis of Welkin Society of India registered under the SR Act 1860) of Guru Karshni Mahavidyalay which is affiliated to State University Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith and Uttar Pradesh Rajarshi Tandon Open University, Prayagraj was established in 2013 to cater to the educational needs of the students and the school was later converted into traditional , Became a full-fledged school in the professional, hospitality and management sectors
. The campus is located in the vicinity of Varanasi and Mirzapur city. The "School of Hotel Management and Tourism Studies" in Varanasi and Mirzapur is connected by a very efficient rail network and a modern highway system. The school believes that "we are creative, innovative, have up-to-date information, and search for it, so we are established".
The "School of Hotel Management and Tourism Studies" is about 1 hour 05 minutes from Babatpur Airport and 20 minutes from the center of the railway station. There are also excellent travel links with the surrounding states (ie Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh), as well as Nepal connected with famous high-speed roadways and railways.
We are a standard hospitality institution that is customer-centric and results-driven, offering a broad-experience-based and diverse learning approach. We are providing quality and professional education to all our students in a high, safe and friendly educational environment. We will ensure that we work hard to meet the expectations and educational goals of all our students.
In the "School of Hotel Management and Tourism Studies", the overall interest of the students will always come first, and everything we do is guided by our values and professional ethics. We will ensure that we appoint professional academics and co-teachers in various disciplines who will help in training students from their experience. We are committed to make leader in the field of hotel management and tourism studies.
The "School of Hotel Management and Tourism Studies" has been founded by Sandip Kumar Singh, who is an educationist and has been on the basis of both educational qualifications and experience and has run several schools. To meet the need of the society, it has entered into cooperation agreements with other major hotels, management and tourism institutions in the country and abroad.
The "School of Hotel Management and Tourism Studies" is a co-educational, and provides an environment that nurtures and develops students' personality, ability and self-worth, and enhances their rights. We encourage students in hospitality sectors to take responsibility, use their own initiative, develop self-confidence, communication and communication skills and value others.
The school provides a good environment for learning based on high expectations of students as individuals and good standards of study and social behaviour. Students pass from school with their ability, ability to apply their knowledge and understanding in everyday life, and confidence, the joy of learning. In the "School of Hotel Management and Tourism Studies", we ensure that every student has personal skills and talents that can be augmented from time to time.
The Location of the School
The sprawling campus of the School is located in the Kasihar of Chunar Tehsil of Mirzapur districts in about 10 acres surrounded by beautiful green belt, with learner friendly ambience, conductive for learning. The environment is distinctively serene in every respect with beautiful landscape scattered with enchanting trees. The school building having spacious and well-ventilated classrooms and Computer, Linguistic and Food processing Labs, Art, Dance and Music rooms etc., and we have a central office in Varanasi city at Prabhat Nagar (Indira Nagar Ext.,) Sunderpur, Varanasi for industry integrated approach practical training and learning.
What we serve? :
“We” are offering varieties of educational services within India and abroad. Our intention of starting “School of Hotel Management and Tourism Studies”, is to soundly educate people in HOTEL MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM STUDIES and of course to make profits from the education cum hospitality and tourism industries and we will do all that is permitted by the law in the India to achieve our aim and objectives.
Our Vision Statement
Our vision is to build a highly competitive HOTEL MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM STUDIES’s School that will become the topmost choice for both parents and students in India and abroad. Our vision reflects our values: integrity, service, excellence and teamwork.
Our Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide professional and conducive learning environment to students at different level of learning. Our overall goal is to position “our school” to become the leading HOTEL MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM STUDIES’s School brand in the educational cum hospitality industry in the India and abroad.
AIMS OF THE SCHOOL
We, at “School of Hotel Management and Tourism Studies” aim to teach the skills of communication, social awareness, technical skill and independent living so that our students can establish a meaningful role in hospitality sectors. We believe that it is important to develop students’ confidence and self-esteem, together with appropriate skills, values and attitudes. This can empower them to take full advantage of their life chances, become valued and valuable members of hospitality sectors. , and meet the challenges ahead. We are at school committed to promote the student outcomes set out in ‘Every Student Matters’ – ‘Be Healthy, Stay Safe, Enjoy and Achieve, Make a Positive Contribution, Achieve Economic Well Being.’
PHILOSOPHY AND ETHOS
Our educational Philosophy strives to blend the heritage, culture and values and wisdom of glorious ancient India with the constantly changing needs and aspirations of modern hospitality sectors. It seeks to develop every student into a self-reliant, socially useful, and disciplined and law abiding citizen by providing higher and professional education through Learning programme and pioneering hospitality education to provide bulk of the trained manpower required for the hotel, tourism and hospitality sector through the collaborative arrangement. It also aims at making the student fit to take up various responsible positions in life. Our philosophy also takes up wide range of activities, conductive to social fulfilment and social achievement. With this end, the school, besides imparting academic knowledge, strives to Introduction of Guru-Shishya attitude, Provide training in leadership, Inculcate dignity of labour, Install a sense of civic, social and moral responsibility, Give a background of national culture, Introduce the literature, history and culture of the motherland, Allow full scope for the development of the personality, Develop the ethical, spiritual, cultural and altruistic attitude of life. In addition to these, we are providing Career development programmes, career counselling and training for hospitality sector. So that the students will be fully equipped to live and prosper in the highly competitive world.
Reasons to choose “School of Hotel Management and Tourism Studies”
Our graduates are our strongest credential and working in executive management positions all around the world.
100% Placement Guarantee
National Tour Guarantee
We Provide free: -
Communication Skill Class
Computer Application Class
Computer Accountancy Class
Personality development Class
Spoken English Classes
Course Book ( Study Materials)
Small classes size
Beautician Course (Girl only)
World Class Reputation.
And we also Provide
Worldwide Recognised programs.
One Hotel kitchen Kit in 2nd year
Faster education with lower financial investment.
100% Indian owned to top quality education with a distinctive Indian style.
Intensive industry Oriented internships
Excellent Location of School: Located in vicinity of Varanasi and Mirzapur district, as a vibrant Indian hotel management Institute.
Students enjoy a wide range of exciting leisure and sporting activities at SCHOOL.
SCHOOL Recruitment Forum (SRF)
Each Year School of hotel management and tourism management studies’ students are given the opportunity to meet with industry leaders from around the world at the School Recruitment Forum (SRF). The event welcomes hotel groups, boutique hotels, resorts, airlines, cruise lines and many other industry groups. At the forum, SCHOOL of hotel management and tourism management students attends presentations, are interviewed and recruited for full-time employment as well as internship positions.
STAFFING: The school has a large, well-qualified and talented team of teaching and support staff. Strong support is received from a team of visiting professionals: school nurse, occupational therapist, physiotherapist, advisory teacher and an Educational Psychologist. The School acknowledges the staff as its greatest resource and we are proud to have gained and renewed the School Investors in recognition of this. We believe in “to Create, Innovate, Keeps information update, and discover the same, so we are established”.
The school maintains that good teaching is characterised by a variety of teaching and learning styles. The great emphasis is placed on working with individual students, at their own level. At school, each day begins with a short physical activity session called ABC – ability, balance and co-ordination through yoga and others. This helps to develop co-ordination and helps students prepare to focus on the day ahead. They comprise skills in the areas of: Communication; Application of Number; ICT; Personal Social and Health Education; Physical; Problem Solving; Play, Leisure and Recreation; and Improving Learning. Medium of Instruction is English. Every effort is made to maintain single-age teaching groups, but circumstances can dictate otherwise. Students are assigned on the basis of both their ability and compatibility in terms of individual need.
PARTNERSHIP WITH PARENTS
We believe that good relationships i.e. School’s Home - School relation with close liaison between home and school will help the students to succeed. Parents and carers are seen as equal partners in the education of their students, particularly in agreeing individual learning priorities and, where necessary, care plans. Parents are encouraged to communicate with the school regularly to check or comment on their student’s progress, particularly if they have any concerns. The school doors are always open to parents. They are welcome to visit at any time, although it is helpful if an appointment is made.
PARENT - TEACHERS’ MEETING (PTM)
Parent - Teachers‟ meetings will be conducted periodically to review the students’ performance in the presence of parents, students, and subject teachers. The meetings should help to sort out all matters on merit in a spirit of harmony in consonance with the school philosophy of “Vasudeva Kutumbakam”.
Friends of “SCHOOL” (FOS)
The Friends of “SCHOOL” association is very supportive of the school. Its main purpose is to provide social events for the students and their families and to raise funds for special projects and to give practical support and via sharing hospitality industries experiences.
SPECIALIST PROVISION : Professional Support Services
Specialist agencies work closely with “SCHOOL of HOTEL MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM STUDIES” and provide expert advice and intervention to support needs and wellbeing of students.
Educational Psychology Service works with the school to raise student achievement and student inclusion in education. The school has a Psychologist who has 10 half-day sessions allocated for each academic year. Intervention from this service includes staff training, assessing students using standardised tests, assessing students through observation to profile cognitive and emotional needs, consultations with staff to plan strategies for specific students.
Advisory Teachers for those with difficulties support the school in meeting the needs of students. They provide advice, training and support about resources, individual programmes, mobility and the learning environment.
Speech and Language Therapy Service supports students’ communication and language skills in learning the three key areas of English i.e. Speaking and Listening, Reading and Writing. The therapists work with individual and groups of students on specific areas of need and complete specialist assessments of students’ speech and language development. In addition, therapists may provide training so that teachers and teaching assistants are empowered to meet the speech and language needs of students with complex needs.
Physiotherapy Service: The physiotherapist visits the school regularly to help devise and monitor exercise programmes for students to help develop and maintain physical ability.
Computer Accountancy: An account is at the heart of many life skills – such as shopping, telling the time and using a calendar. The focus of Accounts at “School of Hotel Management and Tourism Studies”, therefore has a high emphasis on ‘life skill’ orientated tasks, including money skills and giving and following directions. Students are given opportunities to develop problem-solving skills and use a range of practical measuring equipment.
Life management skill: The school will organise periodical check-up, offer lessons in preservation of health so that the students become fully aware of the necessary or continual steps for maintaining sound health.
Over the year, students will cover six areas – one area each term:
• Eating Habits • Personal Hygiene • Personal Safety • Out and About
• Appearance and Presentation • Household Skills
Creative art: In order to promote tine motor skills, the school have subjects under hotel, hospitality, tourism arts, music, and dance and under work experience and other extracurricular activity.
Computer Training: The school possesses well-equipped Computer Labs for students. Apart from the theory, the students shall have practical classes in the Lab, where they work with educational software, programming skills etc.
SCHOOL TRIPS AND VISITS
A wide range of curriculum-related trips/visits is arranged during the courses of the academic year, and the school will also organise visits to foreign countries. The law does not allow the school to charge for education provided during school hours. Unfortunately, however, the school cannot afford to pay for residential trips and school visits from its own funds. Parents are therefore usually asked to make a voluntary contribution to help cover the costs of transport, entrance fees, accommodation, etc. Please note that contributions are entirely voluntary and no student will be excluded from an activity because of a parent’s inability to pay. School offers number of after-school clubs such as football, tramp lining, swimming, drama, art and cookery. Support is available for those families needing financial assistance (please ask the school office for details).
About the Courses:
Hotel Management: A Serving Sense of Life Style
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.
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 for career abroad. Now hotel industries in India are more than our tradition of “Atithi Devo Bhav” and “feel like home”.
Job Prospects in Hotel Management:
A Lot of lucrative and interesting openings are there for hotel management in various fields like:
• Hotel & Restaurant management
• Airline Catering and Cabin Services
• Club management
• Cruise Ship Hotel Management
• Hospital administration and catering
• Hotel and Tourism Associations
• Forest Lodges/ Guest Houses
• Institutional Management (supervising canteens in schools, factories, company guest houses etc.)
• Catering departments of railways, banks, armed forces, shipping companies etc.
• Hotel and catering institutes
• Self employment
Career in Hotel Management
Types of Positions at Hotels: In general, there are two main types of hotel jobs:
1. Guest services 2. Administrative support.
Here is more information about each of these types and some of the specific jobs associated with both categories. Keep in mind that this is certainly not an exhaustive list of jobs - just the most common jobs in the hotel industry.
Guest Services/Entry level
Front Desk Officer: As the name implies, these employees man the reception area, which is the first place guests go when they arrive at a hotel. As a front desk officer you'll need to verify a guest's reservation. If the guest doesn't have a reservation, you'll need to check room availability. The check in process for guests usually includes getting credit card information, giving the guest the pass card to enter the room, and answering any questions the guest has. Front desk employees also often take phone calls and make reservations.
Other front-of-the-house hospitality jobs include:
Cruise Ship Attendant
Front Desk Associate
Front Desk Supervisor and
Front Desk Attendant
Guest Relations Manager
Guest Services Associate
Guest Services Supervisor
Porters: These employees also used to be called bellhops, and in some hotels they still are. They usually dress in uniform, so that guests recognize that they are employees of the hotel. As soon as a guest checks in at the front desk, the porter helps the guest take his or her luggage to the room and makes sure the room is acceptable to the guest. Often the porter is asked questions about other services at the hotel, so he or she should be knowledgeable of all the hotel has to offer. Porters are usually hired at full service hotels, not motels. Porters are tasked with handling baggage for guests. They might bring luggage up to guests’ rooms or take luggage down to the lobby. A porter is one of many support staff positions in the hospitality industry. Another common position is that of valet (also known as parking lot attendant). A valet parks patrons’ cars when they come to a hotel, restaurant, or other venue.
Other support staff positions similar to that of porter and valet include:
Parking Lot Attendant
Valet Parking Attendant
Concierges: At full service and high end or luxury hotels, concierges are available to act as liaisons with guests. If a guest needs a specific service, such as a babysitter, the guest can contact the concierge, who will coordinate the execution of this service. Other services the concierges assist with include making arrangements for dry cleaning and laundry, purchasing show tickets, and making reservations at local restaurants. A concierge interacts directly with customers, providing them with various services. They act as liaisons, providing guests with particular services they request or they anticipate what they might need. These services could range from providing a babysitter to getting tickets to a show to suggesting a restaurant. A concierge needs to be a problem solver with extensive customer-service skills who is unflappable and can handle difficult patrons.
Housekeeping: Nothing reflects worse on a hotel than dirty rooms or an unclean lobby area. Hotels rely on repeat business, and guests usually won't return to a hotel they think is dirty. Having a quality housekeeping staff on the premises ensures that the hotel is clean, rooms are clean, and guests will return. As a member of housekeeping you may have to clean guest rooms, wash bedding and towels, replace toiletries that have been used, and clean other areas of the hotel. Housekeepers are responsible for maintaining a standard of cleanliness throughout a hotel or other hospitality venue. They typically clean individual hotel rooms as well as the common areas. They make beds; do laundry, clean bathrooms, stock linens, and more. Being a housekeeper requires some physical stamina because you often have to lift heavy loads and be on your feet most of the day. There are many other jobs related to maintenance and cleaning in the hospitality industry. There are also opportunities for management positions within the fields of maintenance and cleaning.
Some other related housekeeping job titles include:
Director of Maintenance
Director of Operations
Room Service: If the hotel is equipped with a kitchen, it often offers room service. Guests who want to eat but don't want to leave the hotel or go to the hotel restaurant (if there is one) can order from a menu in their room. As a room service employee you may be taking room service orders, and then delivering them.
Waiter/Waitress: If the hotel has a restaurant, it also needs waiters and waitresses. In a hotel, the most requested meal is usually breakfast, so be prepared to work early hours. The next most frequently served meal is dinner. You will need to take guests' orders, and serve the meals, making sure they have everything they need. Some hotels allow guests to bill to their rooms, while others take payment. You will need to make sure the bill for the meal gets to the right place so it can be paid. Waiters and waitresses work in restaurants, bars, hotels, casinos, and other food-serving establishments. They interact directly with customers taking orders, serving food and beverages, and take payments from patrons. For that, waiters and waitresses must have strong interpersonal and communication skills. They also have to be detail-oriented because they need to remember customers’ orders, especially complicated drink orders. This job is ideal for people in the hospitality industry who want to engage with customers face-to-face.
Other job titles similar to waiter and waitress in the hospitality industry include:
Kitchen Staff: As the name implies, as a kitchen staff member you may be cooking, washing dishes, preparing salads, ordering supplies, planning menus, or similar duties, depending on your job. As an entry level kitchen staff member, you are most likely preparing foods for senior cooks or chefs to cook for the guests.
Executive Chef: The executive chef plans the menus for all meals, according to hotel policies and guidelines. He or she is in charge of supervising all other line cooks, sous chefs, and similar kitchen employees. He or she may also be in charge of ordering all of the food and maintaining a budget. Executive Chef is a managerial role that involves a lot of work behind the scenes in the hospitality industry. An executive chef oversees the food operations in restaurants, hotels, casinos, or other venues that serve food. He or she must supervise all cooks, sous chefs, and other kitchen employees. They typically order all of the food, plan the meals, and prepare food in the kitchen. Most people work their way up to executive chef from entry-level roles like line cooks. Over time, they develop the managerial skills required to manage an entire kitchen, and the cooking skills to develop menus. Other jobs related to executive chef, including jobs many people have while working their way up to executive chef, include:
Chef / Cook
Food and Beverage Manager
Guest Services/More advanced positions
Supervisor of Guest Services: As the supervisor of guest services, you may be responsible for hiring staff members that provide housekeeping services, front desk personnel, reservations coordinators, or concierges. Some large hotels have separate guest services departments that primarily answer the phone and make sure guests have what they need. At this kind of hotel you would be supervising that department, making sure it was staffed and running smoothly.
Front Desk Supervisor: The front desk supervisor manages the front desk workers. You may need to hire, fire, or discipline these workers. You will need to ensure that customers are greeted warmly and checked in efficiently. You may have to provide training, and you may also need to schedule workers so that the front desk is always manned with the right number of workers at each shift.
Housekeeping Supervisor: If you've worked for several years as a housekeeper, you may be able to be promoted to supervisor. In this position you may be in charge of hiring housekeepers and training them. You may also need to schedule workers so that there is always the right number of workers at each shift.
Kitchen Manager: There are usually many kitchen workers, and the manager needs to be in charge to make sure that kitchen operations are going smoothly. You may be responsible for hiring new kitchen employees, as well as making sure they get the training they need. Scheduling may also fall under your area of responsibility, which means you need to make sure there are enough people scheduled to cover each shift.
Restaurant Manager: While the kitchen manager takes care of kitchen operations, the restaurant manager focuses on the guest services in the restaurant. He or she makes sure that guests are greeted promptly, seated as quickly as possible, and receive the best possible service and food. The manager may be responsible for hiring servers, hosts, and training them. He or she will also handle guest complaints.
Marketing and Advertising: The marketing and advertising coordinator is in charge of promoting the hotel to the community through various advertising channels, depending on the marketing and advertising budget.
Accounting: Accounting staff members are in charge of making sure that the hotel is properly recording all of its income and expenses, paying its bills, taxes, and employees.
Purchasing: Purchasing employees look at the usage of items used for running the hotel and make sure there are plenty of those items in stock to meet guests' needs. They key to successful purchasing is to have enough stock that you won't run out, but not so much that it is costly to the organization.
Event Planner: Many hotels have conference rooms, ballrooms, dining halls, or other spaces that they rent out to businesses and individuals for events such as weddings, seminars, and similar occasions. The planner works with a representative from the company or the individual to make sure that everything is in place for the event.
Hospitality jobs in the field of event planning include:
Executive Conference Manager
Executive Meeting Manager
Meeting and Convention Planner
Special Events Manager
Assistant Hotel Manager: The assistant manager performs administrative work for the manager, overseeing a lot of the operations and also compiling and preparing a lot of the reports and budgets the hotel uses. This gives the assistant manager a solid foundation so that he or she can become a manager.
Hotel Manager: The hotel manager is usually where the "buck stops." He or she is ultimately in charge of all aspects of the running of the hotel. If the hotel is getting fewer guest visits, the manager will need to explain what caused this drop and have a plan in place to recover the income. He or she will also have other supervisors or managers reporting to him or her and should be very familiar with the hotel's operations.
Hotel General Manager. A hotel general manager, or hotel manager, makes sure that a hotel (or inn, lodge, or another venue with sleeping accommodations) is running smoothly. This involves interacting with guests, managing staff, handling the finances of the property, and much more.
Other jobs related to the management and/or administration of a hospitality facility includes:
Back Office Assistant
Catering Sales Manager
Director of Hotel Sales
Director of Marketing & Sales
Group Sales Manager
Guest Room Sales Manager
Sales and Marketing Manager
Wedding Sales Manage
Travel and Tourism Career Options
If you possess a pleasant personality, excellent communication skills and love for traveling – a career in travel & tourism can be the best bet for you. This profession is all about making traveling a heartening and pleasant experience. Thanks to the recent developments in transportation and communication, traveling, both domestically and internationally has come to be without a hitch. Now this industry also boosts of being the largest foreign exchange earner for the country and hence offers dozens of career roles for aspirants for this field.
Travel Agencies: These agencies facilitate travel and other services for vacations or business purposes such as information about the destinations, hotel ratings, the cheapest and the fastest mode of transport, visas, foreign exchange etc.
Tourism Department: This department facilitates reservation and, sales and marketing and tour planning. They have dedicated travel guides and information assistants to assist tourists. Information assistants who are selected through a competitive exam which is held by the Staff Selection Commission provide information concerning destinations and plan tour.
There are guides too which are divided into three categories namely regional, state and local. For becoming a guide, one must have knowledge about history, art, architecture and language of the various destinations.
Hotels: Hotels are meant to provide food and accommodation services. This hospitality industry requires professional individuals for jobs related to front office, operations, housekeeping, food and beverages, accounting, management and public relations. Here a course in hotel management is always handy for aspirants wishing to enter into this field.
Transport: it’s divided into the following basic categories:
Road Transport: Coaches and tourist cars engaged in tourism industry also provide scope for self-employment. Drivers with good conversation skills and knowledge of different languages can fetch quite handsomely.
Airlines: This hot sector of the travel and tourism industry needs ground staff and the airlines staff who must be equipped with a degree in hotel management or travel and tourism. There are numerous career roles as traffic assistants, reservation and counter staff, air hostess & flight pursuers, sales and marketing staff.
Tour Operators: As the name suggests, they are responsible for organizing tours and managing travel and stay of their clients. They carry out tours to well-known tourist attractions and some of them also facilitate the tourists indulge in adventure sports like river rafting and rock climbing.
Holiday Consultants: This is a somewhat new career option in the travel and tourism industry. They not only supply all the information but also trade in the holiday packages. The other tasks they perform are making travel plans, booking tickets and providing other related details to concerned parties.
Banks: As financial institutions act as backbone for this industry, they need people to assist tourists and travellers on matters concerning foreign exchange. Usually professionals preferred this job. Banks also play an important role in hotel and ticket bookings for travellers.
Some Common job profiles available in travel and tourism professionals include-
Travel Agency staff
Travel and Tourism Consultant
Airline / Airport staff
Customer service manager
Tourism promoter / marketer
Travel and Tourism Pay Package
Aspirants can opt for a course in travel and tourism and senior secondary examination [10+2] or after graduation in any discipline. Initially one can expect a starting salary of Rs.10000 to Rs.15000. If someone moves up the ladder and reach the position of a service manager; he can fetch a salary of about Rs.20000 to Rs.25000.
Why we choose the Hotel, Travel and Tourism stream as career:
Here we will give you 5 reasons why you should go for a Hotel management and tourism studies:
1. Good salary – Hotel, travel and tourism industry is one of the best industries to start off your career because it offers good salary package. Apart from a good salary, it also provides added perks such as free travel and discounts on tickets, foods, accommodations, luxury life style and more. Moreover, during the peak tourist season, you will get bonuses and incentives as well.
2. Explore the world – It is the only industry which gives you the freedom to explore the world. Choose any Hotel, travel and tourism management course as per your interest and one day your degree will take you to the places you always dreamed of. Your skills and degree would be in demand in all over the world. So, what you want to be - an event planner, hotel manager, cruise captain, chef, travel agent or flight attendant?
3. Meet people from around the world – Working in the Hotel, travel and tourism industry would be one of the decisions of your life. Yes, you will not just get a chance to travel but you will also get to meet people from different countries and chance to learn different cultures as well.
4. Experience different every day – Working in a Hotel, travel and tourism industry is really interesting for people who love to do differently every time. In these industries, you may have unexpected changes every day because you are going to deal with different persons or you may be travelling to other cities. You will not get bored of doing the same kind of work daily.
5. Have a lot of fun – You will get to work with great people who are successful in the hospitality and travel sector. Have you ever wondered why people from this sector are always happy and put a smile on their face? Because they are happy from within as they meet different types of people and learn something new every day.
Four days classes in a week
Practical classes with Hotel Visit
Practical classes in institute
Internship with Hotel Visit
Industry interactive Internship Training in Hotels
At the end of Semester exam
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No Charges Extra
Hostel facility also available
As per requirement
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