IHMS selected for 2 awards

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Apr, 3:  Established in 1982 the Institute of Hotel Management Srinagar (IHMS) has come of age with its performance receiving appreciation at the country level.
 Its consistent improvement in performance has earned it several awards so far with latest two being the prestigious national awards ‘Best Award for its all round performance in North –East & J&K circle’ and ‘Best Award for Capacity Building for Service Providers (CBSP) Performance for the year 2011-12.’
 According to a communiqué from Ministry of Tourism received by IHM Srinagar, the National Council for Hotel Management & Catering Technology, the apex body overseeing the academics and development of such institutions, as also the Ministry of Tourism have selected the institute for National Awards for Excellence for the academic year 2011-12. 
 The awards will be presented at New Delhi on 5th of this month where Minister of State for Tourism (Independent Charge) will be the Chief Guest and will present the awards. 
 Aftab Ahmad Banday, Principal IHMS will receive the awards on behalf of the institute, the institute said in a statement.
 It may be recalled that in 2009-10, the Institute was ranked as 12th among all central and state governments sponsored institutes in the country with two of its faculty being awarded for excellence in hospitality education, among 10 best faculties in the country.
 Talking to Greater Kashmir, Aftab Ahmad Banday, Principal of IHM said the Institute has won 1st Prize in CBSP Programmes and1st Prize for Overall performance in J&K and North East National Awards of Excellence in Hospitality Education for the year 2010-11. Besides two of the faculty members APS Jolly – Ist position & Ms. Ishrat Ara –9th position were decorated with honours in top ten teachers’ category.

Lastupdate on : Wed, 3 Apr 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 3 Apr 2013 18:30:00 GMT
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