Changing hospitality scenario in India

04 September, 2021
  • According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, India is the 18th popular business travel destination and in the next couple of years it would in the top five
  • India has a mismatch in terms of hotel room supply and demand and professionals required to manage hotels. Demand is much higher than the existing 1,14,000 hotel rooms across all categories and India is facing acute shortage of trained hotel staff
  • Currently, there are more than 2.40 million people working in a hotel, catering and allied industries in India and the number is going to increase in the next couple of years as new hotels are coming up in large numbers in urban and semi-urban areas
  • With incentives coming from the Government of India, real estate developers and hoteliers are trying to build new hotels which would further the supply and increase the job opportunities
  • Trained hotel management professionals would have privilege over untrained graduates as hotels are not willing to invest in training of recruits rather prefer trained ones

IMS Hotel Management

Lucrative career options

  • Top-notch hotels in India offer anything from 3 Lakhs p.a. to 6.Lacs to a fresh Hotel management graduate.
  • Hotel management graduates who go abroad can earn in the range of US$ 6000 to $7000
  • Entrepreneurs can make really good fortunes and the sky is the limit

Top Recruiters

  • Ambassador Group of Hotels
  • Mansingh Group of Hotels
  • Oberoi Group of Hotels
  • Peerless Group of Hotels
  • Sarovar Park Group of Hotels
  • Sinclairs Group of Hotels
  • Best Western Group of Hotels
  • Casino Group of Hotels
  • Clarks Group of Hotels
  • Fortune Park Group of Hotels
  • ITDC Group of Hotels
  • Jaypee Group of Hotels
  • K Raheja Group of Hotels
  • Le Meridien Group of Hotels
  • Taj Group of Hotels
  • Tulip Star Group of Hotels
  • Welcome Heritage Group of Hotels
  • Holiday Inn Group of Hotels
  • HRH Group of Hotels
  • ITC Group of Hotels