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PRESIDENCY COLLEGE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT

GROWTH OF ROYAL ORCHID
PRESIDENCY COLLEGE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT

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ABOUT US
PRESIDENCY COLLEGE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT

• Established in 1994 as non-profit Organization under Presidency Educational Trust. • Currently its alumni base of over 500 members span the entire spectrum of hospitality across all geographies. • The Institution is located inside Hotel Royal Orchid on Old Airport Road, Bangalore.
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ABOUT US
PRESIDENCY COLLEGE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT

DEDICATED FACULTY •Col.Satish Mehata( Director) • Mr.Ranjan Mukherjee ( Principal) •Mr.Somjit Upadhyay ( HOD) •Mr.Sanjeev Khalkho (Sr.Faculty) •Ms.Aarti Bawle (Faculty) •Ms.Aarti Ahuja (Faculty) •Ms.Menaka (Faculty) The institute, spread over approx 8000 sq ft and has the following facilities: • 4 Classrooms • Bakery and Training Kitchen- I & II • Training Restaurant • Library
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TARGET DETAILS
PRESIDENCY COLLEGE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT

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The zones and its head offices Zone wise, list of hostels and their locations. Age group of students’ detail of each Hostel. No of candidates/ cooks and helpers available in each hostel. • The selected nodal centre in each zone for conducting classroom teaching and skill development. • Equipment/ facilities available in each nodal training centre.
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NODAL TRAINING CENTERS
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Bengaluru Mysuru Hosapete Shivamogga

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ROLE OF INSTITUTE
PRESIDENCY COLLEGE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT

1. Framing the curriculum . 2. Planning the menu, based on local cuisine on availabilities of raw materials and Budget. 3. Framing format and schedule of the training. 4. Providing soft copies of resource materials. 5. Technical skill development. 6. Soft skills development with behaviour and attitude engineering. continued ……………..
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ROLE OF INSTITUTE
PRESIDENCY COLLEGE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT

7. Updating the knowledge of basic nutrition 8. Imparting knowledge in safety, security, hygiene and sanitations. 9. Imparting knowledge of labour saving equipment. 10. Identifying and deputing In-house experts as instructors with experience of Local Cuisine and Culture. 11. Providing ingredients lists, needed for demo practical. 12. Conducting Initial and periodic workshops for Train the Trainer on the basis of custom made curriculum.
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TRAINING SCHEDULE
PRESIDENCY COLLEGE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT
Day 1 Forenoon Inauguration and Introduction Kitchen equipments cleaning & Maintenance, Kitchen Stewarding

Afternoon

Class Room

understanding Commodities Groceries - Vegetables, Meat, fish, Veg., Fruits, Dairy, Herbs & Condiments with clarification
Gravies - Demo, Practical Nutrients Sources, uses, Deficiencies, Excess Rice Prep - Demo, Breakfast Demo and Practice

Day 2

Forenoon Afternoon

Practical Class room Practical Class Room

Day 3

Forenoon Afternoon

• Menu Planning for Child, adolescent, Adults • Methods of Cooking , Empowering Youth Through Knowledge Presentation and Garnishes

TRAINING SCHEDULE
PRESIDENCY COLLEGE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT Day 4 Forenoon Afternoon Day 5 Forenoon Indian Foods Class Room Practical Demo and Practical Hygiene & Sanitation Snacks – South Indian & North Indian – Demo and Practical • Safety, Security & Fire fighting • Attitude & Behaviour Engineering Desserts - Demo Practical Ethics, Attitude & Behaviour engineering.

Afternoon

Class Room

Day 6

Forenoon Afternoon

Practical Test Valedictory,

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ROLE OF DEPARTMENT OF OBC
PRESIDENCY COLLEGE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT

1. Providing necessary information, from time to time. 2. Providing raw materials for demo and practical. 3. Organising classroom for theory classes. 4. Organising kitchen space with equipment for demo and practical.
Continued ……………………..
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ROLE OF DEPARTMENT OF OBC
PRESIDENCY COLLEGE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT

5. Payment of fees on the basis of actual number of candidate and training hours @ Rs.40/- per hour per candidate. 5. Local hospitality for trainer/ Instructor 6. Reimbursing the TA and DA for the visiting team from the institute during inspection as well organising local hospitality (lodging, Boarding & local Transportation).
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