Monitoring/Inspection of HSRT Project

 

1.      Name of the Institution:-        Delhi Institute of Hotel Management & Catering Technology

2.      Training in Hotel :-

a.       No. of Hotel allotted :- 53

b.       

S.No.

Name of Hotel

City

No. of Rooms

No. of Candidates trained

No. of Candidates under training

Total Trained

1.

Taj Palace

New Delhi

403

31

-

31

2.

Taj Mahal

New Delhi

290

27

7

27

3.

Vivanta by Taj-Surajkund

Faridabad

287

25

-

25

4.

Vivanta by Taj-Ambassador

New Delhi

 

15

-

15

5.

Vivanta by Taj- Gurgaon

Gurgaon

208

11

5

11

6.

The Park

New Delhi

220

30

-

30

7.

Suryaa

New Delhi

244

37

-

37

8.

The Grand

New Delhi

390

-

5

-

9.

Eros

New Delhi

218

13

4

13

10.

Double Tree by Hilton

Gurgaon

184

7

-

7

11.

Westin, Gurgaon

Gurgaon

313

-

4

-

12.

Country Inn & Suites

Saket

57

1

-

1

13.

Country Inn & Suites

Sahibabad

216

2

-

2

14.

Hilton, Saket

New Delhi

114

7

3

-

15.

Hilton Garden Inn, Baani Square

Gurgaon

201

5

-

5

16.

Hans

New Delhi

77

1

-

1

17.

Red Fox, Mayur Vihar

New Delhi

94

1

2

1

18.

Shrangila

New Delhi

320

14

-

14

19.

Jaypee Greens Resort & Spa

Greater Noida

170

5

-

5

20.

Park Plaza, Noida

Noida

88

16

-

16

21.

Alka

New Delhi

 

-

-

-

22.

Country Inn & Suites, Udyog Vihar

Gurgaon

 

-

-

-

23.

Crowne Plaza, Greater Noida

Greater Noida

 

17

-

17

24.

Jaypee Vasant

New Delhi

119

3

-

3

25.

Jaypee Siddharth

New Delhi

94

7

3

7

26.

Imperial

New Delhi

235

6

-

6

27.

Lemon Tree, EDM

New Delhi

 

-

14

-

28.

Park Plaza, Faridabad

Faridabad

 

-

2

-

29.

Radisson Blu, Mahipalpur

Mahipal Pur

 

5

-

-

30.

Vikram

New Delhi

 

1

-

1

31.

Crowne Plaza, Gurgaon

Gurgaon

 

-

24

-

32.

Country Inn & Suites, Sec-12 Gurgaon

Gurgaon

 

1

-

1

33.

Crowne Plaza, Mayur Vihar

New Delhi

165

1

2

-

34.

Fortune Inn, Noida

Noida

 

-

2

-

35.

Holiday Inn, Mayur Vihar

New Delhi

193

-

1

-

 

TOTAL

289

 

 

 

3.      Details of Candidates :

I           Age wise break-up

18-20 yrs

20-22 yrs

22-25 yrs

25-28 yrs

100

68

70

84

 

II         Qualification-wise break-up.

Class 8th pass

Class 10th pass

Above Class 10

(Pls. Specify)

Any other

(Pls. Specify)

-

300

22

Graduate

 

III        Household Income Yearly

30-50 Thousand

50-70 Thousand

70 Thousand – 1 Lakh

Above 1 Lakh

136

125

46

15

 

IV        Distance from residence.

Less than 5 Km

5-10 Km

10-15 Km

Above 15 Km

 

 

 

 

 

Awareness and Reach the Programme

           

4.      Steps taken to publicize the programme:

1.      Advertisements issued through news papers.

2.      Interaction with Trade Associations, State Tourism Corporations and Vyapaar Mandals/Employment exchange/NGO’s.

3.      Talks on TV/Radio Channels.

4.      Interaction with Hotel Associations(for training in Hotels).

5.      Any other steps taken by the Institute.

 

Advertisements issued through news papers.

 

5.      How do candidates know about the programme

i.                    From Friends

ii.                  From Newspaper

iii.                From Electronic Media (Radio/TV)

iv.                From website

v.                  From Institute

vi.                Any other (Pls. Specify)

 

From Friends, Newspaper, website, Institute.

 

6.      Support of Local/Regional Hotel Association(In case of Skill Certification Programme)

Hotel Restaurant Association of Modern India

 

Implementation environment, Transparency in Implementation process

 

Monthly Report sent to MOT of every month

7.      Efforts made to put details of HSRT on web portal of the Institute, including up-to-date progress report, placement figures etc.

 

The records are placed on the Institute website.

8.      Register maintained for receiving of application forms.                     Yes

9.      Register forms of candidates are available.                            Yes

10.  Register maintained for Certificate and stipends distribution.           Yes

11.  Preferred choice of courses by candidates.

 

The most preferred course is cook followed by Baker, waiter and then Housekeeping.

12.  Any changes made in the field-wise target on the basis of choice given by the candidates, with-in the overall targets.                                                                        Not applicable

13.  Whether candidates provided with lunch.                              On Duty Meal

14.  Whether all candidates given uniforms:-

No. of uniforms procured.

No. of Uniforms distributed

 

15.  Administrative support provided by the Institute and expenditure incurred, thereon           Yes

16.  No. of Candidates placed (employed)

S.No.

Subject

In Hotels

1.

Food & Beverage

Taj Palace

01

2.

Food & Beverage

The Park

01

3.

Front Office

Taj Palace

03

 

17.  Efforts made to facilitate placement:

I           Steps taken :-  Motivating the candidates regarding the vacancies available in the Hotels.

II         Response of employers :-  Suitable for entry level specially waiters.

III        Response of candidates :- Satisfactory

 

Financial Management

18.  Funding of the Programme:

i)                    Funds received.

ii)                  Unsent balance from previous year

iii)                Funds utilized

iv)                Funds due.

v)                  Any difficulty encountered in release of funds

 

19.  Brief assessment of the programme by the Inspector.

1.      Training was conducted in a Satisfactory manner by the Hotel.

2.      All aspects of the training are covered.

3.      The trainee are allotted the section of work as per their interest.

4.      Trainees were trained in the professional manner.

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