Contrary to popular belief, a hotel management degree does not make you eligible for only a job as a waiter or a cook. The name itself shows what you study – “hotel” and “management”. The hotel aspect covers all the core departments that are necessary for a hotel to function, while the management part covers basic management tools to run a successful hotel. This includes human resources, total quality management, principles of management, marketing management, accounting, computers, etc. Basically, all courses that would be covered in a BBA or MBA degree. A hotel management student is acquiring all the knowledge required for him to become a future manager. Of course, any good manager must start at the bottom to gain experience for his management post, as shall hospitality graduates.
A two year Diploma in Hotel Operations ( DHO) is a preparatory course in Hospitality. One can do DHO instead of doing a regular 11th and 12th ( HSC) at Junior college. The DHO has been given an equivalency of HSC by the state of Maharashtra. For details you can see the GR in our Download section.
While we don’t use the word guarantee for a job, yes, we will provide complete assistance in setting up job interviews for our graduates. Ultimately, the ability to get and keep a job rests on the shoulders of the candidate. If you are hardworking and have a strong skill set, you will have no problem finding a job. Several of our students also work part-time during their course, to supplement their income. This option is also available to candidates doing part-time or distance courses from our institute.
The only difference between the two courses is that the four year degree course is an AICTE course and requires the candidate to appear for a CET to be able to take admission. However, the candidate can take direct admission in the three year degree. Also, as there is not much difference between the course structure, the student not only saves on the fees of an additional year, but also makes it into the job market and starts earning a year earlier than his counterparts in the four year degree. Moreover if a student wants to pursue a post graduate degree like MBA a four year degree doesn’t get any extra credit as both three years degree and a four year counterpart gets the same treatment.
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This course is ideal especially for female candidates. The industry suffers a dearth in qualified female applicants, and in the accommodations department especially, female applicants are preferred as they are generally considered better hosts and housekeepers. Many parents have also remarked that a hotel management degree is not much different than sending their ward to a finishing school, as etiquettes along with basic housekeeping elements, international cuisine, grooming, personality development, even budgeting are taught. Candidates may also find it easier to start a home-based business, such as dabba service, small bakery, or even cooking classes if they no longer wish to work in the industry.
No. A hotel management is essentially equipped to get a job in a hotel, but can also pursue a career in an allied industry or even set up their own business. Examples of allied industries include cruises, airline catering, industrial catering, event management, hospital or industry housekeeping, even call centers or teaching hospitality. For setting up their own business in a related field, a graduate may set up a catering business, an eatery, a hotel, an event management company, etc. Several of our own graduates have done so.
No. Courses at Amro are currently available to all students, with no need for a CET or any other entrance exam.
It’s simple. All you have to do is head to our APPLY/DOWNLOAD section here Click Here and fill in the required form and bring the completed form along with required documents and the prescribed fees ( please call for the latest fees).
Not at all. We can proudly say that Amro has not taken a single rupee in donation since the Institute was inaugurated.
Hotel Management courses will cover not only the regular core departmental courses of Front Office, Housekeeping, F&B Service and Food Production, but also managerial courses related to Principles of Management, Entrepreneurship Development, Human Resources, Marketing, Communication Skills, Hotel Law, Hospitality French, Accounts, Hotel Law, etc. (Please note that allied courses vary according to the syllabus of the individual courses)
Amro was founded by our Chairman, Mr. Rajan Soni on 2nd August, 2000. That day is also celebrated every year as our Foundation Day, with a cultural program and prize distribution.
We do not, at the moment, have hostel facilities on campus. However, students from out of town often stay on sharing basis in flats in the area of Pathardi Phata.
Apart from an annual ‘Theme Dinner’ as well as ‘Sports Week’, we also hold a variety of mini-events (organized by students, so that they may practically apply what they learn in the classroom), competitions, industrial visits, trips, guest lectures, etc. We truly believe that a hospitality student must excel in all fields, not just the classroom.
Yes, you can take provisional admission and block a seat before result declaration, by filling out a form and submitting it with required documents and a partial fee payment. Students who fail in their final results are given the facility to take a refund of fees paid, provided they do so within7 days of result declaration and with a proof of their unsuccessful completion. After that, requests for fee refund shall not be entertained.
Yes, you can. However, you must approach the bank yourself, and fulfil all their criteria and requirements. Though we shall assist by providing a bonafide letter for loan processing, the Institute bears no responsibility in getting a loan passed.
Exams for our BScHS and AHLEI courses are conducted at our own campus, while the theory papers for DHO course are conducted at a centre within Nashik allocated by the State Board. Students are intimated the details of their centre at the time of hall ticket collection.
Absolutely. Many of our students are from a non-English medium background. As this field is heavenly dependent on skill development, students can develop their language and communication skills in English, while doing their practical simulations for their course work. Additional English improvement classes are also available for students who wish for extra help. Students can enquire about the same from the admission office.
There are various short courses available at AMRO. The duration of these courses lasts from Six months to One year. The minimum qualification for these courses is SSC (10th pass). Please enquire from the college office for further details.
The Diploma in Hotel Operations certification from Maharashtra State Vocational Board of Examination (MSBVE) is approved by DTE. The BScHS degree is UGC approved by Savitribai Phule Pune University (erstwhile Pune University).
Since its inception (2000), Amro has been affiliated to American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI, USA), by offering their complete range of courses. All the course materials and correction of exams are done in USA and the certification is also awarded by AHLEI, USA. Students can take one course of their interest, or a Five course specialization in a domain, or even a Three Years Diploma in Hotel Management by AHLEI.
For further education in Canada, AMRO has tied up with two institutes of repute - Sprott Shaw in Vancouver and Niagara College in Niagara on the Lake. The students can study and work also at the same time. After two years of completion the students can apply for Permanent Resident (PR) status in Canada and eventually apply for their citizenship. For more details please inquire at AMRO
The shortage of employees in Hospitality Industry is not only felt in India but it is equally seen abroad as well. After completing their degree / diploma every student can apply and qualify for a foreign employment. Several of our students are residing abroad after completion of their courses.
If you have your own vehicle, the college is exactly 9 kms from Pathardi Phata towards Mumbai on the Mumbai-Agra Highway. The Maruti open stockyard is exactly opposite our entrance gate. If you are travelling by local bus, as most of our students do, then you may catch the ‘Wadhivare’ bus from Mela Bus Stand at CBS, Nashik, or any of the stops along its route. There is a bus stop right outside our college, and the bus stops here. The buses from the Mela Bus Stand run on this route on an hourly basis. (See Google MAP) or call us at (0253) 651-1223.
No, you do not have to continue in the field. As this course is given an equivalency of 10+2 (H.Sc), you can get admission in first year of B.A or B.Com in any college. However if you decide to continue with three year B.Sc H.S you will be at an advantage when compared to the students coming from ordinary H.Sc ( Arts, Science or Commerce stream). So if you have decided that you wish to continue in this field then it is advisable to start after 10th (S.S.C)
Amro is a certified institute for offering Hunar Se Rozgar Tak (HSRT) scheme of Govt of India. Amro has successfully completed three batches of this program. The batches were started with Collaboration of MTDC (Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation) in the last quarter of 2015. The courses were very popular. There is no expense for the student, every thing is provided free of cost including Printed Notes, Set of Uniforms, Kits and at the end the students are given stipend along with a Certificate jointly signed by AMRO and MTDC. We are awaiting for the commencement of further batches. Keep watching the latest updates on the website and local news papers for advertisement.
From time to time Amro offers free courses which are funded by the government. In the recent past Amro has successfully completed one batch each of Housekeeping, F&B Service and Cooking courses in affiliation with Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC). Amro is also an approved centre for offering Hospitality courses of MSSDS (under Skill Development Scheme). Recently Amro has started offering Hospitality courses under the flagship of our Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi . The scheme is called as Pradhan Mantri Kaushalya Vikas Yojna (PMKVY -2). All of these courses are full time courses of short duration. Please inquire about the latest courses which are being offered now.