Publisher: Institute of Hotel Management, Ahmedabad
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Issue(s) Avaliable: 1
eISSN Number: ISSN 2582 - 4082
Issue 1 2023
We are pleased to note that the "Indian Journal of Hospitality Management," Volume 5, Issue I is getting released during the 7th National Conference Proceedings on the theme "National Education Policy Redefining Hospitality Education: A way forward" on 27th January 2023 at IHM Ahmedabad.
host of visitors travel to India to experience the country's hospitality, buying Indian handicrafts and handmade textiles, reading Indian classic literature, engaging in yoga and meditation, finding inspiration in Indian philosophy, attending Indian festivals, appreciating Indian music and art, and watching Indian movies, among many other things. According to India's tourism motto, this cultural and natural wealth attracts tourists makes India "Incredible! India".
Education is essential for realizing one's potential, building a decent society, and promoting human development. Ensuring that all people have access to excellent education is the key to India's continued progress and leadership in the global arena regarding economic growth, social justice and equality, scientific advancement, national integration, and cultural preservation.
Through high-quality universal education, we can best develop and utilize our nation's many talents and resources to benefit the individual, society, country, and world. Over the next ten years, India will have the world's youngest population. Our nation's future will be determined by our ability to provide them with opportunities for high-quality education.
The National Education Policy strongly focuses on helping people realize their full creative potential. It is based on the idea that education must foster the development of not only cognitive abilities—including "foundational" abilities like literacy and numeracy as well as "higher-order" abilities like critical thinking and problem-solving—but also social, ethical, and emotional abilities and dispositions.
Discussion about the current hospitality education policy to clarify the need to modernise it and to analyze how it would impact the students, faculty, hospitality industry, and society at large has been at the forefront of this journal issue.
The pandemic taught us to rely more on technology than on age-old techniques. Each faculty member underwent testing, acquired new skills, and was introduced to online hospitality instruction from a position of digital incompetence. One of the top technical programs in our nation, hospitality education helps many young people every year and gives the hospitality and tourism sector skilled workers.
The NCHMCT is an apex organisation that offers hospitality-related education and supplies the sector with a competent workforce. NEP also tries to incorporate its policies into this organization.
The importance of food science in hotel management is defined by the commitment of food science, nutrition, and technology to food science advancement, assuring a safe and abundant food supply, and promoting healthier people globally.
According to the Policy, Higher education institutions will change to offer high-quality education and receive accreditation. The institute's accreditation will grant them autonomy, boosting their teaching and research caliber.
The HEIs must be more accommodating in facilitating higher education in at least one Indian language and English if they want to promote hospitality as a favoured option for higher education.
It is difficult to pinpoint the areas that must be covered in a programme to guarantee that graduates are fully competent and satisfy market demands, given the diversity of the hospitality industry. Hybrid curricular models are encouraged, for example, tourism combined with entrepreneurship, hospitality, events, retail, real estate, and wellness. The model needs to be rethought to reorient the curriculum along the lines of worldwide models that strive to strike a balance between learning at work and learning in college without sacrificing.
It has been observed that the transportation industry has experienced several improvements and disruptions over the last couple of years due to progressive v change. Innovations in the fields of friendliness and travel that are information and computer-driven have helped to reimagine the client experience. Portable innovations have eventually taken center stage in consumer pre-purchase behavior.
The NEP2020 policy aims to teach students a deep sense of national pride that manifests in words, deeds, spirit, and intellect. It also aims to help students acquire the knowledge, skills, values, and dispositions necessary to live responsibly in the world and to support human rights, sustainable development, and global well-being. Degree and certificate programs in technical subjects, which are essential to India's general growth, include engineering, technology, management, architecture, town planning, pharmacy, hotel management, catering technology, etc. There will be a more significant need for skilled personnel in these industries. Still, it will also be necessary for business and higher education institutions to work more closely together to promote innovation and research.
Dr. Jagat Krushna Mangaraj, Chief Patron
Dr. Priti Ranjan Sahoo, Editor–in-Chief
Dr. Priti Ranjan Sahoo, Editor-in-chief
KIIT School of Management,
KIIT University (Institution of Eminence),
Dr. Jagat Mangaraj, Principal
Dr. Salla Vijay Kumar, Sr. Lecturer,
Dr. Shishir H.Mandalia, Associate Professor and University Librarian (I/c.),
Department of Library and Information Science, Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar, Anand
Mrs. Shweta Mehta, Librarian
Table of Contents
|Implementation of National Education Policy in Hospitality Management: Way Forward|
|Mr. Sandipan Sankritayan & Mr. Niraj Kumar||Pages: 1-12|
|Essentiality of Video Presentations in Hospitality Education: Advantages, Enhancement & Implementation in Kitchen Training|
|Mrs. Parminder Mitter Chaudhuri & Mr. Gautam Chaudhuri||Pages: 13-25|
|NEP 2020 with Special Reference to the Future of Indian Hospitality Education|
|Mr. Manoj Rana & Mr. Bhupinder Singh||Pages: 26-33|
|NEP 2020: Application based Integration of Nutrition with the core subjects in Hotel Management|
|Ms. Sikha Dixit||Pages: 34-42|
|A Cross-Sectional study on local diversity Craftsmanship program as an institutional learning NEP outcome|
|Dr. Salla Vijay Kumar & Ms. Harshita Pllai||Pages: 43-55|
|Vernacular education in Hospitality: Need, Scope, and Challenges in Light of the National Education Policy 2020|
|Mr. Karan Lulla & Ms. Ashoina Kapadia||Pages: 56-63|
|Continuance buying behavior and customer satisfaction towards online food delivery services: Role of customer desire|
|Mr. Kharabela Rout, Ms. Smrutirekha, Dr. J. K. Mangaraj & Dr. Priti Ranjan Sahoo||Pages: 64-75|
|A study to develop a module on entrepreneurship as an elective in Hospitality Management Curriculum|
|Mr. Manish Subhash Kadur & Ms. Tanvi Singh||Pages: 76-87|
|Application of Artificial Intelligence in the Advertisement at Country Inn Bhiwadi|
|Mr. Akhil Mishra & Mr. Ansh Shrivastava||Pages: 88-101|
|New Education Policy: An analytic study of Hospitality Education in India|
|Dr. Jay Prakash Kant||Pages: 102-112|
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