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Top 10 Hotel Management Colleges in India 2014

The Hotel Management courses deal with the study of hospitality in hotel, hotel administration and catering services.

Hotel Management is an industry that requires immense manpower. Confident, disciplined, skilled, and well trained hotel management graduates can find ample opportunities in the industry.

India has many private and government colleges which offers Hotel Management courses.

Here is the list of top 10 Hotel Management colleges in India 2014.

Oberoi Centre of Learning and Development, Delhi

Oberoi Centre of Learning and Development, Delhi was established in 1966 and is managed under Oberoi Group.

For further information, visit Oberoi Centre of Learning and Development

Institute of Hotel Management, Mumbai

The Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition, Mumbai, the first of its kind in South East Asia was founded in the year 1954 by the All India Women's Central Food Council under the leadership of Late Smt. Lilavati Munshi.

For further information, visit IHM

Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration, Manipal

In view the ever-growing need for professionally trained resources with requisite experience by the fast-growing hospitality industry, the Manipal Academy of Higher Education established its college for Hotel Management studies in October 1986 as a unit for Dr. TMA Pai foundation.

For further information, visit Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration

Institute of Hotel Management, Delhi

Institute of Hotel Management, Delhi was established in 1962. It is one of the institutes of Hospitality Management in the world equipped with latest and state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. 

For further information, visit Institute of Hotel Management

Institute of Hotel Management, Aurangabad

Institute of Hotel Management, Aurangabad, was born with the coming together of two great institutions: the internationally renowned scholar, Dr. Rafiq Zakaria's - Maulana Azad Educational Trust and Taj Group.

For further information, visit Institute of Hotel Management

Institute of Hotel Management, Bangalore

The Bangalore Institute was set up jointly by the Government of India and the Government of Karnataka. One of the most striking features of the Institute is the cosmopolitan composition of its students. Young people from diverse backgrounds and from different corners of the country find a common ground here to study and grow together.

For further information, visit Institute of Hotel Management, Bangalore

Institute of Hotel Management, Chennai

The Institute of Hotel Management, Chennai was established in 1963 jointly sponsored by the Government of Tamil Nadu and the Govt. of India at national Level as one of the Pioneer Institutes in India for imparting quality training in Three Year Diploma Course in Hotel Management and Catering Technology and also in various allied Craft Certificate Courses of 6 months duration.

For further information, visit Institute of Hotel Management, Chennai

Institute of Hotel Management, Kolkata

IHM, Kolkata was founded way back in 1963 with its temporary campus located at 21, Convent Road. The founder principal was Mr. P. A. Koshy: It started with a total number of 16 students only: Gradually it gained popularity and the number of students also grew in leaps and bounds.

For further information, visit Institute of Hotel Management, Kolkata

Institute of Hotel Management, Ahmedabad

The institute was registered as a society in 1972 in the name and style of Food Craft Institute (Ahmedabad) Society, which was changed to Institute of Hotel Management Catering and Nutrition (Ahmedabad) society consequent upon its up gradation from 1984 by Ministry of Tourism Government of India.

For further information, visit IHM, Ahmedabad

Christ College, Bangalore

Christ College, Bangalore was established in 1969. Christ College was recognised by the University Grants Commission of India, (UGC) on 17 June 1972. It was accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), a UGC-funded body, in 1998 and reaccredited in 2005.

For further information, visit Christ College

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