The FHRAI-Institute of Hospitality Management (FHRAI-IHM) is now affiliated with the National Council of Hotel Management & Catering Technology (NCHMCT), Noida an organisation of the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India. NCHMCT, Noida presently has over seventy-five affiliated Central, State and private Hotel Management institutes in the country. FHRAI-IHM becomes the first private institution that is run by India’s apex Hospitality Association – Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI) to be affiliated with the NCHMCT. FHRAI-IHM will offer a 3-year B.Sc. in Hospitality and Hotel Administration, 18-month Diploma in Food Production, 18-month Diploma in Bakery and Confectionary and 18-month Diploma in Food & Beverages Service.
“India’s only private Hospitality Institute that’s run by the country’s apex Hospitality Association is now also affiliated with NCHMCT, Noida an organisation of the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India. This development reinforces our commitment to offer students the best in Hospitality Management education,” says Mr Arun Kumar Singh, Director, FHRAI-IHM.
FHRAI-IHM is founded by FHRAI comprising of its four regional hotel and restaurant Associations in the North, East, West and South. FHRAI is the world’s 3rd largest Hospitality Association. FHRAI-IHM offers the best-in-class training infrastructure backed by experienced and learned faculty for carving out a great future for students in Hospitality.
“FHRAI-IHM is fully equipped to provide students with all necessary inputs in the area of aptitude formation, personality development and brings the right value-add for building careers in the hospitality domain. We are also updating and incorporating the technologically advanced practices prevalent in Hospitality Industry. Hopefully, we will soon have put this phase of lockdowns and restrictions behind us and pray that tourism bounces back to health. Hospitality has and will continue to play a major role in the progress of education and continue to be a great avenue for students aspiring to make a career in the field,” concludes Mr Singh.