Ashok Institute of Hospitality and Tourism Management Reviews on Placements, Faculty & Facilities ,Chanakya Puri, Delhi

  • Chanakya Puri,Delhi |
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3.6

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3.5
Infrastructure
3.8
Faculty & Course Curriculum
4.1
Crowd & Campus Life
3.0
Value for Money
3.6
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Ruchir Sharma | B.Sc. in Hospitality and Hotel Administration - Batch of 2022
Reviewed on 13 Jul 2021
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3.8
Placements 3 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 3 Value for Money 4
It is a great college for exposure and the only government college with an air-conditioned kitchen.

Placements: Everyone gets a job but not in their desired company with their desired salary. The highest package was offered to an MT student. The lowest salary offered was 14,000 per month. The internships provided by the college are good, but I suggest that everyone should try applying to the places of their preferences on their own. The college sends a few selected students for interviews.

Infrastructure: The college doesn't have hostel facilities, so you have to for hostels outside the campus. The college is centrally ai...

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Rishabh Ramnath | B.Sc. in Hospitality and Hotel Administration - Batch of 2020
Reviewed on 13 Aug 2020
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4.4
Placements 4 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 4
It is a great place to make memories and friends with studies and placement.

Placements: Almost 100% of the students who sat for interviews got placed from college. Top recruiting companies were Roseate House, IHG Group, Lemontree Group, Oberois, Reliance, bikanerwala, Haldirams, Chayoos, Indospirit, Marriott, etc. Top roles offered were of management trainee.

Infrastructure: Our college has 3 kinds of kitchen i.e., ATK, QTK and BTK. Other facilities provided are classrooms, a library, etc. Many more activities are going on during college like Bharat Parv, Paryatan Parv, etc. Besides, we also have a...

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Akash Chowdhury | B.Sc. in Hospitality and Hotel Administration - Batch of 2020
Reviewed on 26 Dec 2019
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3.0
Placements 2 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 3 Crowd & Campus Life 3 Value for Money 3
Faculty members are good but some are best.

Placements: A good bunch of students are there in my college 30k-10 k is the avg salary Holiday inn, lemon tree, are the companies which come for campus interview, management train and 100% went for training from my college and everyone in 5-star hotel so it's a good place for doing the course.

Infrastructure: Except Wi-Fi classrooms and library is good and the most important thing is we have air conditioner which other institution doesn't have. We should also have a hostel which others IHM have, The quality of food is bet...

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Anonymous | B.Sc. in Hospitality and Hotel Administration - Batch of 2019
Reviewed on 7 Jul 2020
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2.0
Placements 2 Infrastructure 2 Faculty & Course Curriculum 2 Crowd & Campus Life 2 Value for Money 2
Review of Ashok Institute of Hospitality and Tourism Management.

Placements: About 35% of the students from our course got placed. The highest salary offered was Rs. 35,000 per month and the lowest salary offered was Rs. 6,000 per month. All the leading hotel chain of India visit our college for recruitment. Almost all students get an internship in top hotels in India.

Infrastructure: All equipment available in the labs is modern. Our college provides facilities like Wi-Fi, labs, classrooms and biometric attendance. The campus is beautiful and clean. Quality of food served in the hostel ...

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Gaurav Verma | B.Sc. in Hospitality and Hotel Administration - Batch of 2018
Reviewed on 10 Apr 2018
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4.4
Placements 4 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 4
Good infrastructure and helpful faculty.

Placements: Basically this was the first batch (2015-18) of B.Sc. in hospitality and hotel administration, but even though there were good no. Of recruiters Placement was around 85% in good companies. The faculty will guide you for the placement and for industrial training as well. List of companies which visited for the placement include Taj group, the grand, Oyo, sita travels, cc'd, chaayos, treebo hotels, lemon tree, the accor group etc.

Infrastructure: As I mentioned above it was the first batch so this college started their batch of B.Sc. in hospitality and hotel administration in 2015 before that the campus was in qutub institutional area and in 2015 they shifted in chanakyapuri which is the diplomatic area. This campus has a centralized air conditioning system. Classrooms are spacious enough. There is a well maintained library, facility for indoor games such as table tennis, badminton, carrom board, chess, etc. It has a restaurant (for lea...

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Nancy Jha | B.Sc. in Hospitality and Hotel Administration - Batch of 2020
Reviewed on 7 Mar 2019
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4.2
Placements 5 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 3 Value for Money 4
The college always provides you with life experiences, and I got the one in a very satisfied way.

Placements: Almost 90% of students got qualified for placements. The salary package offered depends on the hotel or retail outlet. The Oberoi offered the highest salary and offered to work for OCLD. The lowest salary was offered by a retail outlet. Some students go for higher studies, so they don't attend interviews. Almost 100% of students got internships from college. During the internship, the maximum stipend offered was Rs. 2,500.

Infrastructure: Our institute provides amenities like labs, classrooms, and a library, etc...

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Samarjeet | B.Sc. in Hospitality and Hotel Administration - Batch of 2024
Reviewed on 19 May 2022
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4.8
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 5
Our college is valuable for money and better option for career.

Placements: College is under the Indian tourism and development corporation. Around 99% of students were placed with a good salary package. Many high companies visit for placements.

Infrastructure: Campus is fully air-conditioned with a kitchen, lab, and air-conditioned classrooms. There is no one hostel on this campus. College is a very good option for hotel management students because there is a very nice environment.

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Mohammad jawad | B.Sc. in Hospitality and Hotel Administration - Batch of 2024
Reviewed on 18 Jul 2022
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3.8
Placements 4 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 3 Value for Money 4
This college provides a very well-educated staff, and a great chef to teach various dishes.

Placements: Around 90% of students are placed. Various hotels visit for recruiting like The Leela, Radisson Blu, Crown Plaza, etc. Almost everyone gets internships in this college. AIHTM also offers students to do an additional course known as BHM from IGNOU.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure is not good, but good enough to learn many things. There is no hostel facility, so students have to look for PG. Students get their lunch on the premises. The food served is good, and students get different menus every day.

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Anonymous | B.Sc. in Hospitality and Hotel Administration - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 10 Jan 2022
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2.2
Placements 3 Infrastructure 1 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 1 Value for Money 2
The college is good enough, but there is a great scope for improvement.

Placements: Placements in our college are above average and not that much as compared to IHM Pusa. The average salary offered is Rs. 15,000 per month, and the highest salary offered is Rs. 30,000 per month. But still, it is decent enough for freshers in the hospitality industry. But it would be good if you did not just rely on college and arrange placements for yourself.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure of our college is good enough, and the classrooms are great. The food served in the canteen is good. The practical labs ...

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Abhinay Kumar | B.Sc. in Hospitality and Hotel Administration - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 3 Feb 2022
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3.4
Placements 3 Infrastructure 3 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 3 Value for Money 4
Our college has very helpful faculty members.

Placements: I am currently in 2nd year so there is one more year left for placement. But as per the latest placements held in our college, only 50% of students are placed and very few companies are called on campus. Top hotels are called upon like Taj, Oberois, Leela, etc.

Infrastructure: Our college has theory classrooms with 40 seating capacity and different classes for practical training. The food provided on campus was decent. They have computer labs for training in different hotel software. The negative part of the col...

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