On the occasion of the International Chef Day students of ITM Noida celebrated with participation of all the students and faculty members. While the theme for this year was “Vegetarian chef competition for non-professionals.’
ITM broke the myth of Chef’s job as a glamorous job and gave the students a unique opportunity to step into the chef shoes. When they wore the cap of chef for one day the non-professionals experienced working under constant pressure to deliver the food on time without sacrificing quality, standing on feet for long hours, enduring cuts and burns, and working in heat, smokes and fumes.
The celebration witnessed participation from staff, faculty and MBA students where they tried their hand at cooking using different spices and kitchen equipment to promote the practice of healthy eating.
A healthy Chef competition organized by food and beverage team and BAICA culinary students under the guidance of chef of Radisson blue hotel was the high light of the event where the dishes prepared by contestants not only stands supreme in taste but also in quality . The chefs appraised the creativity among staff, faculties and all other students. The student were divided to teams. The name given for the team like paneer gold coin, apple kheer and Dal pitta were mouthwatering.
Chef Prempal of Carlson group of hotels gave away prizes to winners.
ITM - Institute of Hotel Management, founded in the year 2002 has been a decade old and has been creating a revolution by training students in the field of Hospitality Management. The training imparted to the students makes them an industry ready professional. ITM-IHM also shields its students with degrees recognized by the Mumbai University and the Queen Margret University, Scotland.
After completing a decade in the year 2012, in the year 2013, ITM- IHM moved to join hands with The Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Association of India (FHRAI), Greater Noida, to offer world class education in Hospitality and Management to the students in the North, hence creating its footprints in the Northern India. .