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Institute of Hotel Management Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition

Punjab, Bathinda  Others

Established   : 2009

Affiliated to    : others

Address: Industrial Growth Centre, Mansa Road


The Institute of Hotel Management Catering Technology & Applied Nutrition, Bathinda (Punjab) was established in 2009 by Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India and Dept. of Tourism, Punjab Govt. It is affiliated to National Council for Hotel Management (An apex Body under Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India), Noida. The institute is sponsored by Dept. of Tourism, Punjab Govt.

Bathinda named after the Bhati Rajput Kings, is one of the oldest cities in Punjab. Bathinda is one of the biggest food grain and cotton markets in northern India; the railway station of Bathinda is one of the biggest railway junctions in the country. It is one of the leading cities in Punjab for education with close to 60 educational institutions in and around. Bathinda is home to two modern thermal power plants, a fertilizer plant a large oil refinery, a Zoo, and the historic Qila Mubarak fort. The city has an old world charm with all modern facilities such as malls, shopping center, international fast food outlets,  3 & 4 star hotels. In the coming year’s Bathinda will witness the presence of some international brands of 5 star hotels and fast food outlets.

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Courses Offered

Hotel Management

Diploma in Hotel Management 1 year

Bakery & Confectionery

Fees : NA

Food Production

Fees : NA

Food and Beverage services

Fees : NA

Housekeeping & Utility

Fees : NA

Front Office

Fees : NA

BSc. in hotel Management 3 year

Hospitality and Hotel Administration Program

Fees : NA

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