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Sheila Raheja Institute of Hotel Management - SRIHM
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Facilitating the transition from Hospitality Academics to successful careers in Hospitality.
Facilitating the transition from Hospitality Academics to successful careers in Hospitality.

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International Yoga Day Celebrations!
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#bakingtip : To smoothen the icing on a #cake, use a knife dipped in hot water and gently rub it over the top and the sides. #kitchentip
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Here are some of the #kitchenrules we believe everyone must follow since the Kitchen is the heart of the Home.

Share with us any specific #rules you follow in your #kitchen
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#hotelfacts : The first hotel in the modern sense was opened in 1768 under the name Royal Clearance Hotel in the city of Exeter, England. But back then, neither hotels were popular, nor the word “hotel”
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#foodart : Food design at its Best. How many "likes" for this amazing setup of food?

#design #foodgasm #loveforfood
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‪#‎tip‬ : Always be positive. It's all about positive attitude. When you feel good, you look good, and thus your guests will pick up on your enthusiasm.
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‪#‎hotelfacts‬ ‪#‎iconic‬ : World's most iconic hotel - Hotel Bristol, opened in 1892
Steeped in regal legacy, it was in the Hotel Bristol's fanciest accommodation, the Prince of Wales Suite, that the Prince of Wales lived for a time with Wallis Simpson, the woman for whom he abdicated the throne. ‪#‎famous‬
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#benefits : If you love Meeting New People, this job is perfect for you.

Every day you’ll be meeting and greeting new faces on the job. Between the hotel guests and your coworkers, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with diverse groups of people from all walks of life. Whether serving and entertaining hotel guests, or making new friends with fellow employees who’re new hires, transfers from other hotels, or seasonal and part time staff you only occasionally work with, the constant flow of new faces and personalities keeps your workplace fresh, fun and exciting. 
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#Foodart is a great #skill. When someone makes something out of food, it ads a bonus to their artwork.

How many "likes" for this beautiful Food art?
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‪#‎kitchenetiquette‬ : Talk while you work.

It is quite natural that you will get to know your colleagues very well, especially if it is a small kitchen. Talking is not a problem as long as it doesn't slow you and your work down. This goes for dish washers or cooks who are often most guilty of this.

Don’t talk to someone if you know it will distract them or unless you have to during service.
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