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    Eligibility for Hotel Management course?Benefits of Hotel Management course?

    I want to flourish my carier by doing hotel management,how far is it good?Is it worth doing?through which stream will I get entry?whats the eligibility for it?in which area should I enroll for better carier

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    Re: Eligibility for Hotel Management course?Benefits of Hotel Management course?

    Eligibility for Hotel Management Course Admission:

    Minimum qualification for admission is a pass certificate in the final examination of 10+2 system or its equivalent. You must have passed at least one public (Board or Pre-University) examination. Those appearing in 10+2 final or equivalent examination can also appear in Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) for being considered on the provisional basis.

    Age Limit for Hotel Management Course:

    22 years for General/PH and 25 years for SC/ST candidates as on 1st July. In the case of Scheduled Tribe candidates, upper age limit is realxable by 3 years. Date of birth, as recorded in the Secondary Education Board/Pre University Certificate, is the only authentic proof that will be accepted. At the time of counseling, this Certificate must be produced in original as a proof of age, failing which you will be disqualified.
    Benifits Of Hotel Managment According to industry statistics, the service industry accounts for approximately 60-70 percent of workers in Europe. In addition, the travel industry has also expanded significantly, due to the lower cost of travel and the explosion of digital tourism. Subsequently, the hotel management industry has also experienced unparalleled growth. No wonder hotel management courses are in such high demand.
    By necessity, this is an umbrella industry that encompasses a whole plethora of other sub-industries. People in the hotel management industry need to be expert in both the front and back ends of various inter-related and inter-dependent businesses, especially as many companies in this industry are part of large conglomerations and lateral promotions are just as likely as vertical promotions. Thus, people who take hotel management courses have an inner track into a wide range of in careers in service-related industries, such as hotel and resort, food and beverage, restaurant and catering, travel and tourism, sanitation and maintenance, events and public relations, conference, leisure and entertainment, transport, retail, health and beauty services, and many many others.
    Clearly, hotel management courses provide individuals with various skills that can be used in a host of different jobs and positions. Listed below are some other specific ways they can help you build a great career in the industry of your choice:
    Specialised Skills
    The hotel industry is a highly complicated and challenging one. Clients are highly demanding and require only the best in their accommodations, meals, and services. Thus, every employee must be an expert in their area, and managers must be adept in many areas - including recognising and managing these experts. Hotel management courses provide professionals with skills and technical know-how to get the job done.
    Insider Information
    In addition to specialised skills, these courses give individuals access to insider information. Having a skill does not necessarily guarantee that you can turn that skill into a successful business. In addition to known industry practices, each industry has 'secrets' that are passed down through the ranks. These courses are taught by professionals with extensive personal experience in the industry; thus, students get an insider look at how to succeed run a successful business.
    As many successful professionals can attest, sometimes who you know is just as important as what you know. As mentioned, a hotel is not only a blanket business incorporating many sub-businesses, often, it is also part of a larger conglomeration. Hotel management courses offer opportunities to build a network of industry contacts. For students, it is the perfect opportunity to vet possible employers and distribute their resume, and for business owners to source suppliers, advertise their business, gain clients and even find partners and employees.

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