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  • Industrial Training has a major component from the beginning of hospitality education. Traditionally and from a conservative point of view, these have been viewed as experiential learning and practice. In the recent years, these have been defined as structured, career oriented, supervised learning experienced, be it paid or unpaid, with an approved luxury or business property.

  • In a country like India where a major part of the economy is defined by tourism and hospitality, it’s very important to understand and comprehend the upcoming trends. Backpacking culture is progressing to become an important aspect of the tourism industry. It supports small scale businesses and small scale hospitality providers like Inns and Holiday Homes. As the culture is very economically backed as the amount of money is comparatively less, hence, the culture is reaching to newer levels of growth and amelioration, indeed a brief but in-depth study is of very much of importance today. This study is meant to bring the less renowned concept in the limelight and informing everyone.

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a combination of algorithms that can be taught to machines to effectively perform tasks and solve problems . Computing especially AI has played an important role in approaching modern management as businesses are rapidly developing and require fast yet rational responses .

  • A cruise ship is like a large floating holiday resort. On board you can enjoy the luxury and comfort of a star hotel and you can choose from different activities. Most cruise ships are equipped with several restaurants, bars, casinos, swimming pools, Jacuzzi, spa, gym, shops, theatre, cinema. Modern cruise ships are very well laid out, leaving much space. The interior is tastefully decorated with an eye for detail and design. During your cruise vacation you will be pampered by friendly and well trained staff.

  • Over the past years, because of the ever increasing trend of food shows , even reality based cookery shows & cooking competitions like “Chopped” “Iron Chef” “Master Chef” or other travel and Leisure cookery shows which less or more focus on food in every part of the world has been a major factor in influencing and ascertaining the career choices made by a student. These shows have a major impact on youngsters as regard to their career choices mostly on school going students. Ultimately, these shows have been influencing the career choices made by the students, tilting them towards culinary industry over other conventional industries.

  • The objective of the study is to explore Himachal and Himachali Cuisine to acquire the knowledge about them and to know the reasons behind the lack of popularity of Himachali Cuisine with respect to other Cuisines within India. The state of Himachal Pradesh is divided into 12 districts which are grouped into three divisions, Shimla, Kangra and Mandi and the objective is to make an attempt to explore and learn about the diversity of food within the cuisine that Himachal offers and what makes this cuisine unique in its own way.

  • Food Waste or food loss is food that is discarded or lost uneaten. Roughly one fourth of the food produced in the hotel industry gets wasted each day. According to Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), food waste is responsible for 8% of global man-made greenhouse emissions. For each unit of food wasted the water, energy, time, manpower, land, fertilizer, fuel, packaging and money put into growing, preparing, storing, transporting, cooking the food is wasted too. By taking a few simple steps to waste less and recycle more and by working out the cost of food waste to business, hotels can reap financial as well as environmental benefits.

  • Study reveals that online food ordering companies have to give attention on the quality of information, mobile application and website design, security and privacy for payment systems towards their customers in order to provide them full satisfaction experience. Customer buying decision process using an online platform for online food ordering in Tricity Chandigarh. In this study it shows that the online platform has drastically changed the food delivery service industry.

  • Increasingly, travellers are turning to review sites and social networks to research trips, share experiences and consult trip information and advice from the source they trust most: other travellers. Earned media—getting people talking about and recommending your brand through reviews, ratings, imagery, blogs and online articles—has become an essential component of marketing strategy.

  • India is a country of numerous festivals and ceremonies and New Delhi being the national capital, there are numerous social gatherings, both personal and professional. And so, with every possible social gathering, it is inevitable for someone to host the gathering. And thus, we see a boom in the catering industry.The catering industry in the country is finally extending its reach beyond marriages. According to FICCI (federation of Indian chambers of commerce and industry), the catering service industry in India has been consistently growing at the annual growth rate of 15-20% irrespective of the economic crisis.

  • The research has explanatory phase to determine the solar energy and their implications related to use and scope of solar energy in five star hotels of Chandigarh and its impact on Tourism Industry. This will help us to know the rapid expansion of the solar energy market which can be attributed to a number of supportive policy instruments, the increased volatility of fossil fuel prices and the environmental externalities of fossil fuels, particularly greenhouse gas emission. By this we easily understand the new improvised concept, which would make the solar energy system in five star hotels more effectively and in future it will get adopted by different organization in Chandigarh. Solar energy are expected to help meet 40% of India’s power needs by 2030.

  • Being students of AIHM Chandigarh, we always had a query to find out why the students after undergoing industrial training in hotels form a strong opinion about whether they will choose to work in hotels or move to another industry as a career option.

  • This topic of research is basically related to the food preferences of people and how they have evolved in defines the choices of an individual. We chose this topic to compare such two types of eateries which are very common in people, and they are frequent visitors to, either both of the eateries or at least one of them in the past few years.

  • To study about Wazwan Cuisine and its feasibility in Chandigarh. Also, to study about the factors effecting it. This study Insinuate our knowledge to Wazwan. This research will forward the efforts and the challenges faced by individual to research more about the Wazwan Cuisine.

  • Use of sugar has been a major part of kitchen since ages, before the sugar was discovered there were number of substitutes of sugar that were used such as jaggery, honey etc. Sugar is still used in excess amount in the industry even after knowing the health drawbacks. Breaking all the stereotypes a few number of 5 star hotels came up with an idea of using healthy substitutes of sugar.

  • The purpose of this study is to analyze assess how different hospitality programs helps a student for their better career in the hospitality industry. The study is to compare the different aspects of hotel management curriculums being followed by these different colleges. The study also aims to choose better education.

  • India is a country where street food plays a very important part. The street food of India is known worldwide for it’s delicious taste and flavor along with easy accessibility. Indian street food is as diverse as it’s cuisine. It not only makes the people go crazy over their mouthwatering taste but also Street food is cheap, convenient and easily obtainable through kiosks and vans, located at street markets, festivals, especially in highly populated tourist locations.

  • Food is any substance consumed to provide nutritional support to an individual. It is usually from Plants and animals and contains natural nutrients such as fats, carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins and minerals.The substance is ingested by an individual and assimilated by an individual to provide energy, maintain life routine and stimulate growth.

  • A complete meal consists of not just food and its taste, but also the ambience, the style of service and the uniqueness which all together leave the customer amused. The majority of new restaurant opened by first time operators fail within the year. Even sometimes established chain restaurant companies open at new location that fails.

  • At society’s level, the “brain exodus” represents a major problem. Migration is an important loss for the country because of the intellectual, scientific and economic potential that the youth has, but also because of losing the investment put into their education. Therefore, the following are worth mentioning:

  • Over the past few years junk food business has emerged rapidly and gained significant attention in people’s interest. Not only the number but the scale of business has increased over a few years. Preoccupied lifestyle of people, students moving from their hometowns for studies and humungous discounts on food apps have been the key factors to the growing potential of the business.

  • Do you want more returning customers? The kind of customers who spend more and visit more often? Then a loyalty program could be the perfect tool to add to your customer retention arsenal. Why? You may ask. Let’s start with the most reasonable fact: because it makes you more money. That is, of course, if you do it the right way.

  • A food truck is a large motorized vehicle, such as a van or trailer, equipped to cook, prepare, serve, and/or sell food. Some, including ice cream trucks, sell frozen or prepackaged food; others have on-board kitchens and prepare food from scratch, or they heat up food that was prepared in a bricks and mortar commercial kitchen. Sandwiches, hamburgers, french fries, and other regional fast food fare is common.

  • The study would lay down certain points which are very imperative for the Hospitality Sector especially for the Restaurant Industry. Since the dawn of globalization citizens of our country have been exposed to a myriad of trends, lifestyles, styles, preferences and in our context cuisines.

  • Mexico is famous for its culture and tradition which is unique in its own ways. As it was once ruled by the Spanish, the style of preparing alcoholic beverages has a big impact on how these famous alcohols are made and consumed. Also concentrating on the importance of Mexican liquor in the Indian liquor industry.

  • An Entrepreneur is an individual who creates a new business, bearing most of the risks and enjoying most of the rewards. The entrepreneur is commonly seen as an innovator, a source of new ideas, goods, services, and business or procedures. This study Insinuate the role of confidence and knowledge to build personality and to be an entrepreneur after graduation from hospitality industry.

  • Today, our biggest target audience are young and pre-family. Thus, the areas around college campuses have much to offer. There can be many reasons for you to open your next restaurant near a college campus. “Students these days are aware and want good quality food and ambience. We opened this cafe in special fulfilment to the needs of the students.

  • The main rationale behind choosing this topic for research is to throw light on the Impact of junk food on society. This research will put impetus on the impact of junk food on society. The following foods, nutrients and eating behaviors are positively associated with childhood overweight: calorically sweetened beverages, including soft drinks; fruit juice when consumed in large quantities; skipping breakfast; consuming food away from home, particularly at fast food restaurants and especially among adolescents; increased portion sizes; and a low intake of fruits and vegetables.

  • Molecular gastronomy is an advance conception in food and beverage. It has defied all the previous rules of classical cooking techniques and beverage service. But this new orientation in gastronomy education had given upsurge to many questions like what is molecular gastronomy? How it was introduced in the hospitality industry? Also, how this technique is functional in contemporary world of food and beverage?

  • The Indian hospitality industry has emerged as one of the key industries driving the growth of the services sector and, thereby, the Indian economy. According to IBEF, the tourism & hospitality sector’s direct contribution to GDP surged by 23.6% in 2017, raising the share of the industry (direct & indirect) was Rs 5.9 trillion (US$ 91.3 billion). Also, tourism in India accounts for 9.4% of the GDP & is the 3rd largest foreign exchange earner for the country and ranked 7th in terms of tourism total contribution to GDP in 2017.

  • The term “differently abled” was coined by the US Democratic National Committee in the early 1980’s as a more acceptable term than handicapped (or in the UK, disabled).

  • The hotel industry has been one of the most competitive industries especially in the 21st century. For this reason, enhancing customer loyalty is one of the key aspects of enhancing competitiveness in the industry as well as ensuring business continuity.

  • Emerging cuisine define as ‘any cuisine which is now popular in particular area/region which was not popular before’It is very truly said by someone that human needs and wants have no ends. Everyday any new desires come to our minds and to fulfill them.

  • Veganism is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly in diet, and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals. A follower of the diet or the philosophy is known as a vegan.

  • We as student of hospitality industry have witnessed by studying books, journal & working with people well settled in the industry that an huge increase in hospitality business in past decade.

  • Unsafe food poses global health threats, endangering everyone. Infants, young children, pregnant women, the elderly and those with an underlying illness are particularly vulnerable.

  • Gluten is a mixture of proteins found in wheat and related grains (barley, rye, oats, etc.) and all their species and hybrids. Gluten is appreciated for its viscoelastic properties.

  • A term that refers to Distribution Channels and that describes the different methods / platforms buy which / in which bookings for a hotel are made. A Channel can be a hotel’s booking engine, a direct phone reservation or a specific stream of revenue such as a 3rd party website, an OTA, etc

  • Himachal Pradesh is a northern Indian state in the Himalayas. It is home to scenic mountain towns and resorts such as Dalhousie. Host to the Dalai Lama, Himachal Pradesh has a strong Tibetan presence.

  • Waste has been a huge point of conversation in hotels across mainstream news and social media channels in the recent years — with pictures of the ocean suffocated by a churning blanket of plastic and rubbish and landfills scarring the countryside.

  • Presents an extensive directory of companies dealing in Packed Food along with their profiles and contact information. Global buyers looking for genuine manufacturers, suppliers, exporters and traders of Packed Food.

  • Most hotels are dependent on word of mouth and good reviews from loyal guests, which is what makes social media a natural marketing and branding tool. The use of social media platforms has become widespread, and travelers consistently use social media to express pleasure or frustration about their experiences.

  • A fast food restaurant, also known as a quick service restaurant (QSR) within the industry, is a specific type of restaurant that serves fast food cuisine and has minimal table service.

  • Dham is a traditional vegetarian festive meal of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is a mid-day meal prepared on auspicious occasions , festivals , weddings, and other religious functions. Traditional Dham is served to people in Himachali cuisine on all such occasions typically on the floor in pattals (plates made of leaves).

  • Non-Conventional Tourism is alternative form of tourism where tourist products and services are different from mass tourism. It is a mix of tourism activities like Trekking, Hiking, Mountain cycling, Biking, Ski – mountaineering, rafting and also include exploratory travel like visiting historical and cultural sites.

  • Entrepreneurship is the process of designing, launching and running a new business, which is often initially a small business. The people who create these businesses are called entrepreneurs.

  • Chandigarh derives its name from the temple of "Chandi Mandir" located in the vicinity of the site selected for the city. The deity 'Chandi', the goddess of power and a fort of 'garh' laying beyond the temple gave the city its name "Chandigarh-The City Beautiful". The city has a pre-historic past.

  • In India, the tourism and hospitality industry has emerged as one of the key drivers of growth among the services sectors. In 2013, the travel and tourism industry contributed Rs 2.17 trillion to the country's gross domestic product (GDP). This is expected to rise to Rs 4.35 trillion in 2024.

  • India's first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru’s dream city was Chandigarh. After the partition of India in 1947, the former British province of Punjab was split between (mostly Sikhs) East Punjab in India and (mostly Muslim) West Punjab in Pakistan.

  • The research has explanatory phase to determine the impact of COVID-19 over hotel industry and how it will recover from this pandemic situation. This year international travel will drop by 850 million to 1.1 billion or by 60% to 80% in comparison to 2019 as a result of the pandemic COVID-19 predicted by Forecasts from United Nations World Tourism Organization.

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