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The food industry all over the globe is growing and India is no different as a nation. The trend of eating out is quite popular these days and so the food industry is trying to match this growing demand among masses.
As per information shared by the India Brand Equity Foundation, “The Indian food and grocery market is the world’s sixth largest, with retail contributing 70 per cent of the sales. It is projected to grow at the rate of 104 per cent, touching US$ 482 billion by 2020”.
Thus, going by these numbers, it is a known fact that there is a lot of demand and need for trained professionals in this field. Students looking to make a career in culinary arts need to possess education and training from good colleges.
The first 6 months are devoted to complete the course content of the programme; this is done via a combination of both practical & theory classes. Students are also given opportunities to practice what they have learnt every month via various methods such as revision classes and in-class tests. At the end of the 6 months training at our campus, the student is then sent for Industrial Training at a 5 star hotel/ leading restaurant. The training is decided via various methods of selection such as personal interviews & food trials. The entire faculty shall assist each and every student in preparing for the selection process.
At the end of the industrial training, the student is required to return back to the institute for revision classes and final examinations.
The job openings for a baker range from hotels, restaurants, caterers, supermarkets, bakeries to grocery stores and baking manufacturing companies. Aspirants may also try to have their own openings by becoming entrepreneurs in this field. Industrial bakers produce goods with high-volume mixing machines, ovens and other equipments.