India’s Biggest Job Fair for Hospitality Industry Inaugurated at Chennais Amirta International Institute of Hotel Management


Chennai, India

Chennais Amirta International Institute of Hotel Management, a globally reputed name in imparting hospitality education, has today (15th March 2017) inaugurated the country’s biggest ever job fair for Hospitality Industry at its college premises at OMR. The grand job fair `Talent Track 2017’ is to last till 17th March and open from 10 am to 6 pm daily.

Job Fair


Expecting participation of over 2500 students and benefit from jobs of hospitality domain, the fair across three days will see more than 180 reputed star hotels and leading restaurants partake in the fair.

Including 980 final year UGs and 1700 final year diploma students, above 10,000 students are pursuing education at Chennais Amirta Group of Institutions. The fair has been organised to help these students have a good career start with renowned names of the hospitality segment.

Star properties of Chennai including ITC Grand Chola, Taj Group, Oberoi Group, Hyatt Regency, Shangri La, Radisson Blu, The Park, Rain Tree and over 100 delegates from the star hotels of Mumbai, Nagpur, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Cochin, Thiruvananthapuram, Goa, Kovai, Puducherry are participating.

It is worth mentioning that as many as 2286 students of Chennais Amirta International Institute of Hotel Management have secured positions in 160 leading enterprises of the hospitality industry and set an employment record during last year edition of the job fair.

About Chennais Amirta

Chennais Amirta International Institute of Hotel Management is an institution providing an ideal atmosphere for dynamic and focused learning. It is a brand that has a rich legacy and provides opportunities for participating in the new dimensions of hospitality. The institute’s success lies on the faculties and the students themselves. We believe that a person’s potential is defined by the work that one do in the present. That is the reason, passion for learning is given more importance than high marks and grades.