FHRAI To Conduct Session On Hospitality Education With Indian Government

-CB News Desk

New Delhi : To address the changing demands in the industry, and enhance tourism sector, Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Associations of India is conducting a session, an exclusive live chat with the Government of India and the United Nations World Tourism Organisation to discuss on Hospitality Education: Adapting to COVID-19’s New Normal.

The Key Speakers for this online discussion are Suman Billa (IAS), Dir, Technical Co-Operation & Silk Road Development (UNWTO) who will give the keynote address, followed by a valedictory address from Guest of Honour Mr Rakesh Kumar Verma (IAS), Jt. Sec, Ministry of Tourism (GOI).

Various topics on the challenges faced by the hospitality education are going through in the pandemic will be discussed. The key speakers will shed the light on how the employment scenario/options of last year students (Hotels, restaurants, entrepreneurship and more.) and of students from 2021 onwards will be and how they can overcome the jobs crisis.

The speakers will also advise the institutions on how they can empower students with COVID-19 protocols by re-looking at entire curriculum & proactively amending it to include COVID-19 protocols. All the classes are online. The staffs find it difficult to impart the practical knowledge to the students. The speakers would also show them possible methods of HMCT education in lockdown (Practical & theory). Finally, the speakers are expected to advise the institutions to be updated or abreast on authentic sources of information.

This live chat with various element points to the challenges the hospitality education the industry faces and would definitely be an eye-opener on how to overcome these.

Come, join and educate yourself from the live on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 15:45 HRS

Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/fhrai.india.5

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It is rather heartening to note that due impetus is being created to garner a blend of International educational Views inter woven into our Indian Hospitality Education through the United Nations.
Unless we as a Nation lay stress on these aspects of rejuvenating our important revenue earnings through Our Ministry of Tourism and Hospitality Educational Ministry and the Indian Educational bodies we would let a great opportunity of letting this Window of Global trade value pass by .
The leading Hotel Chains of ITC Starwood /Sheraton’s/Marriott’s ,The Indian Hotels and the Oberoi group and the other reputed Hospitality chains should be brought in the fray to open up India 🇮🇳 to the world in a refreshing new way –
2020 ,The way forward !
IFCA the Indian Culinary Federation (an important associate)of WACS World Chefs would be there if needed to garner support in the field of Hospitality /Culinarily forward I am sure in unison with the above quoted organisations.

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