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Nanao sonia ny MOU ny vondrona India hanentanana ny fiofanana hohanina ho an'ny mpianatra hotely


The Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology (BCIHMCT) and the Sattvick India Council on April 12 signed an MOU which will enhance vegetarian food management and boost skill development and training programs.

The purpose of the collaboration is to uplift food certification and process certification in MSME sector for vegetarian food, as per the guidelines of the Quality Management Manual (Vol. 1), leading to skill enhancement of hotel management students.

Dr. Bhupesh Kumar, Director of BCIHMCT, enlightened the gathering with his vision for having an incubation center at the institute to create Certified Food Auditors and open new verticals for budding hospitality professionals.

Institute Principal, Bhupesh Kumar, said that they had a vision to set up an incubation center at the BCIHMCT, which will go a long way in meeting the objectives of the council.

The Institute and Council will be jointly engaged in providing training, skill development, consultation for development and delivery, innovations, and marketing of process certification trainings, etc. This will help in establishing an effective relationship in the larger interest of the sector and promote the cause of food quality management through process certification in industries, industrial kitchens, and agriculture.

Mr. Abhishek Biswas, Founder of the Sattvik India Council, elucidated the core of Sattvik’s evolution and their engagement with society for developing an eco-system to curtail food adulteration, in order to ensure transparency of process.