Hospitality management is the part of the service industry that brings more placements, and money than any other. Managers in the hospitality industry are trained in business, human resources and customer service. There are required to coordinate staff members and give guests an excellent experience. A degree in hospitality management prepares students for managing positions in the hospitality industry like hotel general management and restaurant management.
 

What is the scope of hospitality management?

Hospitality management includes many different business, including restaurants, hotels, casinos, resorts, tour agencies and airlines. With a degree in hospitality management, there are many different types of careers that can be pursued. Many companies have begun to favour candidates with relevant education. However, extensive training and work experience is typically necessary for upper-level management positions.

 Types of degrees in Hospital management:

To work in the field of hospitality management, a degree is not always required. Positions at the entry-level, do not require more than a ...

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NSHM UDAAN SKILLS FOUNDATION gives you Certification Course in Hospitality:NSHM UDAAN SKILLS FOUNDATION has joined hands together with NATIONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (NSDC) to train three lakh Indian youths and place them into the industry.

NSHM UDAAN SKILLS FOUNDATION gives you Certification Course in Hospitality:NSHM UDAAN SKILLS FOUNDATION has joined hands together with NATIONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (NSDC) to train three lakh Indian youths and place them into the industry.

July 20, 2016, 3:47 p.m.

 

NSHM UDAAN SKILLS FOUNDATION has joined hands together with NATIONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (NSDC) to train three lakh Indian youths and place them into the industry.
NSHM UDAAN SKILLS FOUNDATION gives you Certificat..

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Mumbai-based builder DB Realty's hospitality arm partnering with Anil Ambani for developing a 1,100-room hotel along with India's largest convention centre at a 7.7 acre land parcel the former owns at Delhi airport's hospitality district Aerocity,said thr

Mumbai-based builder DB Realty's hospitality arm partnering with Anil Ambani for developing a 1,100-room hotel along with India's largest convention centre at a 7.7 acre land parcel the former owns at Delhi airport's hospitality district Aerocity,said thr

July 18, 2016, 2:50 p.m.


The real estate firm had bagged the plot at an auction in 2009 for Rs 400 crore from the Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL), the consortium that manages the Delhi airport.

"It is now close to selling 49 per cent stake in..

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