Faculty of Hospitality
Hunar Se Rozgar Tak
Hunar Se Rozgar Tak – An initiative of the Government of India, Ministry of Tourism – Implementation by private bodies / industrial units – 1. The Government of India, Ministry of Tourism ( MoT ) had launched a special initiative, called Hunar Se Rozgar Tak ( HSRT ), in the year 2009-10, for creation of employable skills specific to Hospitality and Tourism Sector amongst youth. This initiative has since grown manifold in magnitude and size.
GNA University initiated 5 batches of HSRT in the session 2015- 2016 namely:
- A six-week full time course in Food & Beverage Service. - 1 batch
- An eight-week full time course in Food Production. – 2 batches
- An eight-week full time course in Bakery and Patisserie. – 2 batches
To target those who are minimum eighth pass and in the age group of 18 to 28 years.
A trainee with a minimum attendance of 90% will be paid lump sum stipend of Rs. 1,500/- in respect of the 6 weeks course and Rs. 2,000/- in respect of the 8 weeks course. The stipend will be paid in two equal instalments – first one in the middle of the Programme and the other at its conclusion
The trainees with 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 joint certificate of the GNA University/ Implementing Agency concerned. For the purpose of this test, there will be one internal and one external examiner – the latter will be drawn from a panel firmed up by the GNA University. The Principal will have the discretion for the reasons to be recorded in writing to relax the attendance norm by 10% for the purpose of stipend and appearance in test.
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