Sarovar Hotels signs MoU with Amrapali Institute of Hotel Management (AIHM) to mentor young hospitality aspirants
AIHM, Haldwani, has for the past 23 years been involved in imparting knowledge and enhancing the skill sets of its students
Sarovar Hotels shall provide mentorship and guidance to the young aspirants in hospitality to become future leaders at Amrapali Institute of Hotel Management (AIHM). To make their professional journeys thrive and to make the journey a rewarding and enriching experience, Sarovar Hotels has announced that they have signed an MoU with AIHM to mentor and guide hospitality aspirants.
Hospitality is a skill-based industry where merging knowledge with skill is an essential factor for the upliftment of students. Amrapali Institute of Hotel Management, Haldwani, has for the past 23 years been involved in imparting knowledge and enhancing the skill sets of its students. The students undergo an industrial training programme as a part of its curriculum and are accepted by various hotels of repute at various positions. The Institute helps to impart knowledge to the students to reach learning platforms to understand the real work scenario in-order to enhance their soft and hard skills. The trained professionals are then assisted to find a way in life to lead step by step as applicable in the industry.
The leadership team at Sarovar Hotels, headed by Anil Madhok, Executive Chairman, shall be providing the aspiring professionals with opportunities where they would be able to upskill themselves with the help of the expert hospitality workshops to be conducted by the Sarovar Hotels team. “Sarovar Hotels is very happy to tie up with Amrapali Institute of Hotel Management. We look forward to providing the right platforms to the students in terms of mentorship and industry exposure. We are keen to be partners with Amrapali IHM in terms of giving inputs for the course curriculum and development programs at the Institute. We are looking forward to the students taking advantage of this platform and honing their skills to become successful hospitality professionals.” says Jatin Khanna, Chief Executive Officer, Sarovar Hotels.
“We shall look forward to getting the students right mentors from Sarovar Hotels and also to provide them insights to the operational workings at a Hotel. We are hopeful that through this collaboration there shall be mutually beneficial linkages which will add value to the careers of the students”, says Nihar Mehta, General Manager, Human Resources, Sarovar Hotels, who was present at the Institute for the signing of the MoU between Sarovar Hotels and Amrapali IHM.
“The journey for Amrapali Institute of Hotel Management is a collaborated effort of its academicians and hotel counterparts and this MOU will help to reach further heights providing more opportunities to the students. It is a great moment of pleasure to me as it will help to create future hospitality leaders who have the zeal, passion, and vision to pursue a promising career in the hotel industry”, says Prof Shailendra Singh, COO, Amrapali Group of Institutes, who signed the MOU with Sarovar Hotels Pvt Ltd.
“The world is promising newness every day and the industry as well as the institute is welcoming better ways to train the aspiring hoteliers. It is a privilege to be a part of this important event for the holistic development of the students”, says Prof Prashant Sharma, Dean Academics who was present during the occasion.
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