Six-day skill-testing programme at Mandoli

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Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Jamia Millia Islamia, conducted a six-day skill-testing and certification programme for the inmates of Mandoli Jail No.14. The training was organised as a part of capacity-building programme for 104 inmates of the jail who were involved in performing tasks related to cooking, service of food as well as jobs related to cleaning.

The training programme was sponsored by Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, and the inmates who participated were presented certificates after successful completion of their trainings.

The inmates were given training on personal hygiene and grooming, first aid, attributes of hospitality staff, food service, work ethics and effective communication, practical demonstrations on food preparation, housekeeping etc.

“This skill certification has made the inmates learn about the standard operating procedure of food and beverage services and they were able to acquire knowledge on various aspects of the same.” the university said.

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