Learn the art of earning while learning at Jamia
OT, January 5, 2012 08:40 IST
Okhla Times Campus Reporter/JMI
The department of Tourism, Hotel, Hospitality and Heritage Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia in collaboration with Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, New Delhi is going to organize a 21-day training programme called “Earn While You Learn” at Jamia from January 28, 2012. Students will also be paid a sum of rupees 1,000/ as stipend.
The purpose of the training programme is to create awareness, inculcate some basic skills and knowledge about tourism and to give training so that students can work as volunteers, claims media coordinator.
This training is a prestigious on-going programme of the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India which started in 2007 and is meant to prepare trained manpower in the tourism sector, according to university release.
Various aspects related to Indian society and culture, overview of tourism, travel and hospitality industry, managerial and behavioural skills are covered in the training along with study tour for hands on practical exposure.
The last date of submission of application form for this programme is January 17, 2012 while the entrance exam is slated to be held on January 22, 2012. College students in the age group of 18 to 25 can apply for this programme.
The application form, eligibility criteria together with other details of this training programme may be downloaded from Jamia’s website: www.jmi.ac.in or link www.jmi.ac.in/bulletinboard/announcements/latest
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