FHRAI–IHM in collaboration with regional associations have launched scholarship scheme for the children of employees of the member establishments of FHRAI and its regional Associations.
The Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI), in collaboration with its regional associations, has announced the launch of a scholarship programme for students interested in pursuing a three-year B.Sc. in Hospitality and Hotel Administration at the FHRAI Institute of Hospitality Management (FHRAI-IHM) in Greater Noida. This is the first and only private institution associated with the National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology (NCHMCT), an autonomous entity under the Ministry of Tourism of India
Children of employees of FHRAI member establishments and regional associations will receive a 50% discount on admission, enrolment, tuition, and examination costs, while children of hospitality clients or employees will receive a 20% discount. As a unique situation, the scholarship will be given to the children of hospitality sector employees of member establishments who lost jobs during the pandemic, based on certification from the member establishment and regional associations. The admissions will be based on the merit of class 12th result.
“With the launch of the scholarship scheme, FHRAI and its regional Associations will take the lead to promote hospitality education in the country to pick up from where we left, prior to the pandemic,” said Gurbaxish Singh Kohli, VP, FHRAI.
“The scholarship scheme can be availed by children of employees working in the member establishments of FHRAI and its regional Associations who fulfil the age and eligibility criteria for admission as per NCHMCT norms. Associations will shortlist the eligible candidates from their region and recommend them for enrolment in FHRAI – IHM under the scholarship program. It is our endeavour to create a qualified and committed workforce for the sector and we would like a maximum number of students to avail of this scholarship opportunity,” says Surendra Kumar Jaiswal, VP, FHRAI.