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Bombay Caterers Association inaugurates catering institute in Mumbai

ANI | Updated: Jun 04, 2018 15:51 IST

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], June 4 (Businesswire-India): Bombay Caterers Association (BCA) opened the Institute of Catering Technology and Event Management (ICTEM) at Angels Education Trust, Sion (W), Mumbai. This is the first ever vegetarian catering institute offering various courses. This is also the first institute for outdoor catering industry in India.
ICTEM was inaugurated by BCA Founder Krishna Kamath on the eve of Thursday 31st May 2018. The office was inaugurated by Trustees of Angels Education Trust. Computer Lab was inaugurated by Chandrakant Sheth. Kitchen Lab was inaugurated by Gokuldas Parekh and classroom was inaugurated by Satish Kamath, Secretary - BCA and Samir Parekh, Treasurer - BCA.
ICTEM offers multiple courses which include Training Chef (Duration: 3 Months), Food and Service Trainee (Duration: 3 Months), Assistant Catering Manager (Duration: 6 Months), Live Counter (Duration 3 Months), Meetings and Event Planner (Duration: 6 Months), Catering and Event Planner (Duration 1 Year). These courses will commence in July 2018 for which admissions are already open.
ICTEM is associated with Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship of Govt. of India. Institute of Catering Technology and Event Management is the pioneer in establishing the first institute across India to impart education and provide certified courses to the aspirants in outdoor catering and event industry. ICTEM is affiliated with Tourism and Hospitality Skill Council (THSC) under National Skill Development Corporation. It is also affiliated with Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) for certification of Food Safety Supervisor (FSS).
Various establishments like School Catering, Commercial Catering, Industrial Catering, Hospital Catering, Outdoor Catering, Social Catering, Welfare Catering, Centralized Kitchen, Banqueting, Event Industry etc. will be benefited by FSSAI.
Bombay Caterers Association (BCA) has undertaken a mission to train employers and caterers to reach levels of certified standardization. BCA has launched India's first pure vegetarian institute for the unskilled labours of the caterers. The courses are specially crafted and designed as per the needs of the Outdoor Catering Industry, which are approved by Tourism and Hospitality Skill Council.
BCA's various objectives include: To develop vocational and career based programs and get them recognized through the local, national and international authority/board/university, to establish education study centres at Pan-India level, to develop industry-related curriculum as well as provide placement opportunities by establishing network with the industry at various stages.
Founded by first generation entrepreneur, K. M. Kamath in 1973, BCA has heralded the rise of new catering techniques along with involving in social and philanthropic activities. (Businesswire-India)

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