The American interviewers were very impressed by the students’ excellent culinary skills, industrial training experience, and serving ettiquette.
Top hotels of USA, Hyatt Regency (Maryland) and Great Wolf Lodge (Wisconsin Dells) have selected six students of Lovely Professional University at an annual package of Rs. 15 lakh plus other benefits. Selected students will join their duties as Chef Trainees for Food & Beverage Service in the month of April 2016. Executive Chef of Hyatt Mr Thomas Olson, Learning & Development Manager Ms Mi Yong Yang and Sponsor Company Head Ms Annie Carrey selected LPU students after extensive personal interactions with many students. The American interviewers were very impressed by the students’ excellent culinary skills, industrial training experience, and serving ettiquette.
The selected students are Sagar Raj from the final semester of BHMCT (Bachelor of Hotel Management & Catering Technology) program, Divyani, Mohit Sharma, Sachin Kapoor, and Sahil Sharma of B.Sc Airlines, Tourism & Hospitality, and P Venkatesh of MBA Tourism & Hospitality. All of them are very happy to start their career at high salary packages.
Congratulating the meritorious students, LPU Pro Chancellor Mrs. Rashmi Mittal asked them to continue applying the learning gained at LPU to keep rising in their careers. Both Sagar Raj and Divyani who are at LPU on scholarships thankful to the study environment and exposure they received here. Remembering the impressive visits of international chef Mr Vikas Khanna, and Indian Culinary Forum Head Mr Sudhir Sibbal, they shared,“The way we were mentored at LPU is awe inspiring. The dynamic personalities who were invited to interact with us and to guide us indeed impressed and motivated us to be like them.” Another selected student P Venkatesh, who hails from the far off state ofb Andhra Pradesh, said, “Having heard a lot about LPU, I and my parents were keen for me to study here. The result is before everyone, I have yet appear for my final exams…and I already have a wonderful job!”