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An unique visionary educational institution with world class infrastructure dedicated for professional short term skill development training in hospitality skills and operations. Study materials given to them are in accordance with the industry changes. Students from low to medium educational profile plus financially challenged backgrounds are delighted to get such an institution providing the most contemporary educational facilities one can provide.

The institution aims towards skill development of the students at their best. It is the golden avenue to navigate the students to learn, earn and of course to stand on their feet in consequence. We at our institution aim to train the students based upon demonstrations, role play and audio-visual techniques. It enables the students to perform at their best. We literally have started a new era for the most ordinary guy / girl to achieve the most sought for success in a way unparallel at this moment.

Authorized VTP

Registered  Vocational Training Provider  (VTP), Under  Directorate General of Employment & Training,  Ministry of Labour & Employment, Government of India {aligned with Skill Development Initiative Scheme (SDIS) based on MES course  (Hospitality Assistant) approved by NCVT / DGET} 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Core Values

Honesty

Student centric

Responsibility & Accountability

Employee centric

Excellence in deliveries

 

 Objective

  Brand in education         

Skill development           

 Training & effectiveness              

  Continual development

 

 

 

Inspiring Quotation

Swami Vivekananda

“Take Risks In Your Life”

 If You Win, You Can Lead 

If You Loose, You Can Guide.

 

“Arise, Awake

 And Stop

Not Until

The Goal is

 Achieved”.

Message from Principal

Mr. Siddhartha Das Gupta

With population explosion in India, nearly two crores young Indian citizens enter the job market every year (as per Government survey). With economic stagnation worldwide, lack of sufficient new manufacturing based factories, the job market has grown merely at a rate 2% per annum ( between 2000 – 2012), according to Ministry of Labour and Employment, Govt. of India. In a country, where crores of graduates, post graduates and engineers are unemployed, who will think about the underprivileged youth of India, who cannot finish formal education and enter a college, due to economic constraints? ..read more >>

 

 

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