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IHCL inaugurates a new center for hospitality skill development


In the Narmada district, tribal youth are set to receive training in the hospitality sector as the India Hotels Company Ltd of the Tata Group establishes a hospitality skill center near the Statue of Unity in Ektanagar.

The External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar, inaugurated the center, which is expected to train 120 youngsters annually.

Acknowledging the Statue of Unity as a prominent tourist destination, Jaishankar emphasized the need for facilities and local benefits.

The training programme includes 12 weeks of classroom instruction and four weeks of field training, culminating in job placements. With the rising number of hotels in Ekta Nagar, there is an increased demand for skilled professionals in the hospitality sector.

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