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Nurturing talent:Students and faculty of the Regency College of Hotel Management and Catering Technology at the 17{+t}{+h}Executive Development Programme of Association of Catering Professionals on its campus. –Photo: By arrangement
Nurturing talent:Students and faculty of the Regency College of Hotel Management and Catering Technology at the 17{+t}{+h}Executive Development Programme of Association of Catering Professionals on its campus. –Photo: By arrangement

Regency College of Hotel Management and Catering Technology hosted 17{+t}{+h}Executive Development Programme of Association of Catering Professionals (ACP) on its campus that was aimed at enhancing effective employability, enriching professional development and strong ethical work culture of professionals in hospitality industry both at operations and academic level.

More than 30 professionals attended the programme.

Shanmugam, president Emeritus, ACP, Sridevi, director principal, Pinnacle College, and Harinder Singh, corporate trainer, highlighted on the dynamic communication and how to convert sales into marketing to build brands.

Razvi Raza, training manager, Accor Novotel and Ravish Daway, vice-president of Hotel Millennium focused on paradigm of leadership and effectiveness of team work.

Kamath, CEO, Inter Serve, predicted that hospitality sector would see a huge growth. Regency students showcased their culinary talents spreading a lavish multi-cuisine menu .

“Regency college has been consistently organising such programmes ,” said P. Ramesh Kumar Reddy, principal.

Regency students showcased their culinary talents spreading a lavish multi-cuisine menu


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