The Ministry of Tourism launched a special initiative called Hunar Se Rozgar Tak (HSRT) in 2009-10 for creation of employable skills amongst youth belonging to economically weaker strata of the society. The programme is fully funded by the MoT. The basic objective was to reduce the skill gap that afflicted the hospitality and tourism sector. Another objective was to out in place a dispensation to ensure that the economic benefit of growing tourism reached the poor.
1 A eight weeks full time course in Cook
2 A eight weeks full time course in Bakery and Patisserie
3 A eight weeks full time course in Housekeeping
4 A eight weeks full time course in Food & Beverage Services
On first come first admitted basis.
There will be no application fee chargeable to the applicant
Uniform and Toolkit:
The institute will provide two sets of uniform and one set of toolkit to the candidates.
Each trainee who has a minimum 90% course specific attendance will be entitled to payment of one time stipend of Rs 2,000 /- for Food Production and Baker and Rs 1,500/- for Housekeeping and Waiter.
Knowledge test through viva of 30 marks, Skill test/ practical of 70 marks (3 hours), Pass marks – 60%
Certificate & Stipend
The trainees with a minimum attendance of 90% will be required to appear in an end of the course test and those who pass it successfully will be awarded certificates.
2 weeks industrial exposure
Reimbursement of Rent
This is applicable to outstation candidates who enrol for the course and are staying in rented accommodation. They can get reimbursement of the rent up to Rs. 2,000/- after the submission of required documents in the institute. (Domicile, Rent Agreement E stamp paper, Land Lord Address Proof)