ITDC To Provide Free Training in Hospitality To Underprivileged Youth

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Free Hotel Management Training to Underprivileged Indian Youth India Tourism Development Corporation Ltd (ITDC) run by the Ministry of Tourism has tied up with Kolkata based NIPS School of Hotel Management to offer free courses to underprivileged youngsters from this year. Youths trained under this scheme will be absorbed in various prestigious hotel chains. The scheme will help give jobs to underprivileged youth and meet the ever-expanding manpower requirement of the hospitality industry.

The program is targeted at underprivileged youth who are minimum Class VIII pass within the age group of 18 to 28 years, institute officials said. Having duration of a few weeks, free courses are offered on food & beverage service along with housekeeping and food production. Uniform and tool kit are also provided free of cost to the students.

The Ministry of Tourism had launched this special program in 2009-10 for creation of employable skills amongst youth belonging to economically weaker sections of the society and to bridge the gap of skilled manpower in the hospitality sector.

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