New Delhi, 18th December, 2018: Indian School of Hospitality (ISH), educational-entrepreneur Dilip Puri’s newest venture and a newcomer in the hospitality education space hosted its first international counsellor summit – the Counsellors’ Retreat 2018. Inaugurated by The Hon’ Vice Chancellor of the Gurugram University Dr. Markanday Ahuja, the summit saw a gathering of school counsellors representing some of the most prominent schools from across the entire country and neighboring regions, including world leaders in hospitality education École hôtelière de Lausanne.
International Student Counsellors conclave hosted at Indian School of Hospitality Counsellors’ Retreat 2018
The Counsellors’ Retreat was called with the mission and aim to introduce school counsellors to the diverse range of professional opportunities and career paths in the world of travel, tourism, hospitality, culinary arts and other new age industries for their students.
The event saw counsellors participate in talks held by industry and education leaders that highlighted the trends of the hospitality industry, career options for students and the benefits of hospitality and culinary education for today’s talent.
Speaking at the counsellor summit, Mr. Dilip Puri, Founder and CEO, Indian School of Hospitality, commented, “The Indian School of Hospitality is committed to bringing in a new age learning philosophy and redefine higher education for the upcoming generation of talent. This counsellor summit is an endeavor to demystify hospitality education and make it a more sought after choice for students planning their undergraduate education. We are delighted to welcome all participants who play such an important role in guiding and advising students on their education and career choices. We hope to build this event, year after year, which in time will become a much-awaited property by the counselor fraternity, making ISH an iconic destination for them to congregate in.”
During the interactive session, designated industry and academic experts discussed and exchanged views about ISH and how it is bringing difference to the hospitality and culinary education space. During talks, they also highlighted the tailor-made curriculum, facilities and unique design of the ISH campus which is providing students with spaces to put their hands-on skills to the test and helping make them industry ready. The audiences were also informed about how ISH is disrupting the traditional hospitality education model to produce exceptional talent for multiple industries.