This has been proved in the last 66 years in the
country and IHMs did their best in shaping the
careers of students. Today, we can see that top
executives of hospitality organisations are from IHMs.
In the last 50 years a large number of alumni of
IHMs have proved their mettle in non-hospitality
organisations due to proper development of attitude,
communication & personality within a span of three
years while they were in the institute.
The placement scenario of hospitality institutes was
good before the outbreak of COVID-19. As the world
came to a virtual standstill and public at large being
confined to their homes to fight the coronavirus
pandemic, one sector which was affected the most is ‘travel’. As expected, the pandemic has had an
adverse impact on the hospitality industry. However,
we hope that by the time our first batch will be ready
for the industry we will make our presence felt, thus
leading to better placements in the industry.
I started as Principal, IHM Jodhpur with an intake of
20 students, then moved to IHM, Lucknow and finally
IHM Mumbai, the largest & oldest and most reputed
institute of hospitality management in the country.
The vast experience I have gained over the years will
be utilised along with the team under the guidance of
FHRAI to position FHRAI-IHM as a leading hospitality
management institute of the country.
Hospitality institutes play a very important
role in developing a positive attitude
At FHRAI-IHM, apart from our regular academic
inputs, we will be focusing on working towards
overall personality development and improving the
communication skills as well as techniques of our
students. Also, research & development and inclusion
of case studies to sharpen the intellectual mind of
students will help in building their self-confidence and
will enable to to move ahead in their career. .