Hotel Management

Introduction

Hotel Management is another growing service industry which focuses on the serving the needs its clients. Hotel management and hospitality industry has wide employment opportunities. Moreover, with globalization gaining acceptance with more and more countries, the hotel management industry is truly becoming global. As hotel chain owners are opening new hotels in various big and small cities, requirement for trained hotel management professionals is huge. Although considered one of the most glamorous careers, hotel management requires professionals who can keep their cool even in the most challenging situations. Hotel management can include Hotel & Restaurant management, Cruise Ship Hotel management, Hospital Administration and Catering, Hotel and Tourism Associations, Airline Catering and Cabin Services, Club management, Forest Lodges, Guest Houses amongst others. Expansion of global travel industry and aviation industry is expected to boost hotel industry in next couple of years. Most of five star hotels hire graduates straight from universities, some other hotels hire only trained hotel management graduates.


Eligibility: Candidates can do degree course in hotel management soon after 10+2 which are offered by various hotel management institutes. The minimum selection criteria for an undergraduate course in hotel management is 10+2 with 50% marks. However, candidates who do not have 50% marks in +2 can do diploma or certificate course in hotel management which are being offered by various institutes.

Opportunities after Hotel Management: Students looking for a career in hotel management should have strong communication skills, reasoning skills, numerical aptitude and pleasing personality. Job Opportunities Hotel management like any other sector is subject to the state of national economy and global economy. When the economy is doing well jobs come a lot in the sector. Currently there are more than 2.50 million people working in hotel, catering and allied industry in India and the number is going to increase in next couple of years as new hotels are coming up in large numbers in urban and semi-urban areas. Trained hotel management professionals would have privilege over untrained graduates as hotels are not willing invest in training of recruits rather prefer trained ones. The current state of hotel industry shows that India is being seen as a lucrative destination for hotel chains looking for growth. According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, India is 18th popular business travel destination and in next couple of years it would in top five. Hence the chances to grow in hotel industry are higher than other service sectors. Roles you get after completing your HM program • General Managers: Such professionals are responsible for all operations in a hotel. • Resident Managers: Bestowed with the job to be available at just a call away. • Executive Housekeepers: These professionals are expected to ensure cleanliness in the hotel. • Front Office Managers: Most of the hotels own front desk, Front Office Managers manage the same. • Convention Services Managers: These professionals work in close coordination with client and the conferencing facilities offered by the hotel for various conventions, meetings, seminars, etc.


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