Posts Tagged ‘Hotel Management’

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Housekeeping as a career option

Housekeeping as a career option

“At first, when I had to take up training in a hotel, I was sceptical as I had to handle housekeeping which I thought is directly associated with just cleaning, cleaning and cleaning! It is only when I went there, did I understand that housekeeping is not just cleaning but much beyond. The housekeeping department

Hospitality Event of BCIHMCT

Hospitality Event of BCIHMCT

The 10th Chandiwala Hospitality Ensemble 2011 held from October 19–21 at New Delhi was attended by young hotel management students from across the country, their faculties, and professionals from hospitality industry. RK Bhandari, Principal, BCIHMCT emphasized the fact that the institute had formed lasting relationships with hospitality professionals and educational institutions, transcending borders of time

NEWS TRACK

NEWS TRACK

BCIHMCT’s hospitality event Over the years, the Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology (BCIHMCT) Ensemble has become a platform for interaction among the catering and hotel management institutes. The 9th Ensemble held recently in New Delhi aimed with an objective to correlate the event with the Commonwealth Games. Around 35 teams from

International hospitality & tourism conference

International hospitality & tourism conference

Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Hotel Management & Catering Technology, New Delhi, the University of Waikato and Department of Tourism & Hospitality Management New Zealand jointly organised the India International Hotel, Travel & Tourism Research Conference (IIHTTRC) 2010. The seminar on Tourism Hospitality and Environment: Issues and Challenges, aimed to proliferate the ideas on the vital

Hawkers irk tourists

Hawkers irk tourists

A study by Agra University’s Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management states that the behaviour of hawkers and tourists is the biggest hindrance in the promotion of heritage spots like the Taj Mahal at Agra. The survey was carried out by over 20 students who spoke with tourists from Britain, Malaysia, Brazil, Spain, Sweden, Japan

The changing face of housekeeping

The changing face of housekeeping

Over the years, various departments in hotels have been undergoing total revamping. The hotels have been equipping themselves with the most modern and user friendly technological advancements to fulfill the ever increasing demands of consumers. The housekeeping department has also not remained untouched. From being just a labour-intensive department, today it is far more mechanised

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