Want to Start a Restaurant? Taj Hotels to Train You

by Kamiya Jani
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Be a Restaurateur

Always dreamt of having your own restaurant? Well, you are not alone. With a sharp increase in eating out and ordering in the business of food is only rocketing upwards.

Come to think of it, starting off a restaurant is quite a tempting option!

Catering to all foodpreneurs, Taj, Tata Strive and CII have come together to provide financial, infrastructural and skill support to those who want to start eateries.


Entrepreneurship Programme

With a centre at Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh, Taj Tata Strive Entrepreneurship Programme in Cooking and Baking is spread over a span of three months. The curriculum has been designed by some of the most experienced Taj chefs.

A comprehensive view of different cuisines and provide insights on intricacies of entrepreneurship will also be covered.

From Food To Finances

At Chhindwara, Taj has set up a kitchen cum bakery especially for this programme. Besides, there are modules on essential financial literacy for running a restaurant including costing and planning.

Don The Chef’s Hat

The classroom training will be followed by two months of on-the-job training. Post which, the students will be certified by chefs from Taj through a standard practical and theory-based assessment.


Batches for Foodpreneurs

18 students, including 5 women and 2 members of the Tribal community in Chhindwara have already been trained. Soon this batch will get professional certification.

Starting next year, with the objective to bring a positive change in the lives of more foodpreneurs, Taj will train four batches comprising 20 students each.

The Scope

As a matter of fact, the National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI) shows that India’s food services industry will be worth Rs. 4.98 trillion by 2021. Do you want to miss the race? Sign up for this course.

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  • 40 countries, 123 cities and the rest of the world to go. Kamiya Jani gave up her full time media job to dare to live the life she always wanted. She set up Curly Tales to let people discover their love for food, travel & indulgences. Before this, Kamiya was working as a Business Journalist & Television anchor with ET NOW, Bloomberg TV and CNBC TV18.