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The total market size of Indian tourism and hospitality sector currently is about US$ 117.7 billion and is expected to touch US$ 418.9 billion by 2022. In the past few years the real growth has come from within the domestic sector as around 30 million Indians travel within the country in a year. Hotels are an important component of the tourism product.

Hello Ashwin, Nowadays in this competitive world creativity is very important for everyone and in every profession. By being creative you can make a boring and regular dish very interesting,attractive,delicious and nutritious by the skills,equipment and knowledge you possess. Creativity is a must have in the profession of chef as the responsibility lies on his/her shoulders in making every usual dish look different ,tasty , type of different accompaniment/s served .The point is that by his/her creativity he/she has to win the hearts of the customers and to maintain the reputation of the r

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Tour guides work in the travel industry, giving guided tours to groups of visitors. They are experts on the history of the location and offer their tour groups interesting or enlightening information about points of interest at nature attractions, historic sites, museums, scenic locations, and other travel destinations. Guides may give walking tours, bus tours, or even lead river tours on a boat. Often hired by visitors' bureaus or travel companies, tour guides are typically residents of the region in which they give tours. In starting it seems difficult but in actual its really interesting.

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Hello,   Thank you for reaching CareerGuide.com.com Aspirants who are really interested in the marine field can join marine Engineering courses so that they can secure a job and enjoy the reputed position in the society. Many after 12th class continue to pursue studies in marine engineering due to job opportunities and for the pay. You can opt for Btech in Marine engineering and few are my sugestions for you. Candidates should opt for B.Tech in Marine engineering if you are really passionate in the marine field. Many universities and institutes offer marine enginee

1 answer Indumathi  Selvaraj in Tourism / Hospitality & Travel category

Hello My Dear...                           I am very happy that you have decided seriously your career path and rightly approached CareerGuide.com for seeking guidance from the experts here. I am glad that you have started preparing for future at the right time.     Hotel Management is a fantastic and exciting and growing career option.   But My Dear, why are you searching for a crash course suddenly just when you are still to pass HSC? This is not good as per industry requirement.

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Tourism / Hospitality & Travel category

There are many myths about the Chefs and the kind of work they do. I am listing down some common myths: 1. Being a Chef is like Domestic labor: Gone are the days when Chefs were treated like domestic labor. The world has changed. It's not the same today. It is one of the respected professions today.  Not just in terms of money but also name and fame, Chefs are doing great job. Sanjeev Kapoor is a wonderful example. 2. Chefs only cook: This is another common misconception. Chefs role has changed over the years and today they perform various roles from directing culinary t

1 answer Deepak Rana in Tourism / Hospitality & Travel category

Hello My Dear...   Glad to know your interest in Hotel Management and also for your decision to approach CareerGuide.com for seeking guidance and clarification and information about your future career option of Hotel Management. I would like to compliment you since you have already decided your future career option which is very rare considering that you are in first year of your graduation. I appreciate this! Keep it up!                     You can definitely opt for Hotel Management course. There are under g

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The management education is today’s a most sought after education stream. We all know that the corporate world is being run by the management professionals. We have listed below the top management Institutions in Delhi NCR and the nearby area. A few institutions like IIT Delhi, Delhi University and IP University are reputed one and have been considered top most at national level. 1. University of Delhi, Faculty of Management Studies - FMS, New Delhi The Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) is one of the finest departments of the University of Delhi provides management education which FMS

1 answer Avadhut Desai in Tourism / Hospitality & Travel category

Transport management is the backbone of 90% industries. The requirement of a seasoned professional who can handle- warehouse inventory, purchase decisions, logistics support and supply chain management is the most wanted person for corporate today. There are various companies that absorb students from campus. There are some age-old companies as well as some companies which have been funded by foreign companies and doing well in the Indian market. Some companies which have a steady requirement of transport management professionals throughout the year are: Agarwal packer’s n movers Pvt. L

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Marine engineering is a distinguished branch of engineering related to design, maintenance and carrying out operations in a shipping industry. A marine engineer is basically required to overlook, find problems, and conduct technological servicing of the systems in the ship. A course in marine engineering is a combination of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and electronics engineering. Same time, naval architecture is an important area of study for a marine engineer.  A modern cargo ship consists of many machines such as power generation system, cargo gears, propulsions, and

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Out of all the public system management system, transportation management is the most demanding. But like any other profession has, it also has its own rewards and challenges. Universities have introduced transport management in post graduation level in the present millennium.   Rewards of being a transport management professional: Many promising and intelligent students have taken up this stream as specialization. They are absorbed by leading companies. Demand for this field is extremely high as much of the industry needs to maintain logistics. FMCG, retail management and e –comme

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Tourism / Hospitality & Travel category

Hello Sumanth, Interesting.   Please note to pursue a 3 years Hotel management degree course, you need to appear for an entrance exam. The test checks your communication skills, hospitality and logic. As a hotel management graduate, you would be exposed to areas like: Guest relations Front desk or Reception House keeping  Food and beverages Bar keeping The best thing about this course is, that the course is more practically oriented. Meaning, morning lectures and evening practically being exposed in hotels. Means working or doing an internship in a hotel. The reason being, that aft

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From one of the most interesting and creative corners of science, cartography is a branch where research is the key. The very art of studying or practicing the making of maps is called cartography. It is not just purely science, but a combination of both science’s techniques and aesthetics which builds the base or the structure. The main aim of a cartographer is to communicate spatial details in a way that is effective and informative at the same time.   There are broadly two parts of cartography, either to study the making and history of maps and mapmaking or to make the maps with

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The very short description of this course can be described in following the way which can help a student know about the course at a glance. Duration of the course is 2 years Level of the course is Post-graduation Type of the title is Degree Eligibility required is Graduation This course is all about Oceanography. The areas that are covered under Marine Science are several like Marine Geology, Marine Biology, Marine Chemistry and Physical Oceanography and so on. This course of the master in marine science is designed for the period of two years and is spread over four Semesters. This pattern

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Tourism / Hospitality & Travel category

  Hello Swapnil,  Please note, you could here opt for Bachelors in Hotel Management (BHM) a 4 years course after 12th any stream. Admission based on an entrance exam followed by group discussion and interview. The course exposes you into areas like:  Reception or Front desk Guest relations Food and beverages House keeping The course is divided into 2 parts practicals and lectures. Please note in the morning students attend lectures and in the evening are busy working in the hotels. Thus after you Graduate you can find a job as a supervisor. At the sametime please note that t

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