New Delhi, March 6: The Indian School of Hospitality (ISH) has announced the signing of an MoU with Nagaland based human resource agency The People Channel (TPC). Founded in 2005, TPC works together with various organizations such as church youth, young entrepreneurs, school, college and university students, youth organizations, women’s organizations, and rural youth.
Based in Gurugram, the ISH philosophy is to impart lifelong skills to students to help them succeed as the leaders of tomorrow – giving them the tools they need to shape one of the biggest industries across worldwide. The education structure is aimed at providing the ideal foundation for managerial and leadership development, entrepreneurship, and lifelong learning.
Speaking on the partnership between the two bodies, Dilip Puri, Founder & CEO, ISH, commented, “I sincerely look forward to discovering talent from the unique region that will help enrich our student cohort, our institute and our industry. Hospitality is one of the most diverse, colourful and multicultural industries in today’s world – and so is the student community we are nurturing at our college. To ensure we uncover as much deserving talent as possible, we’re honoured for the opportunity to reach out to the North-East and offer our international level of education to meritorious students at a cost convenient to them. We are proud to be partnering with TPC. Since their inception in 2005, TPC have been leaders in talent acquisition, development and placement, and have supplied some of our country’s leading brands with truly exceptional people. We look forward to working with such a committed body that has a proven track record of excellence.”
Rozelle Mero, Managing Director at The People Channel, commented, “At a time when opportunities are a playing field for those well prepared for the competition and are innovators as well, ISH is hands down providing the best platform and it’s a no brainer that we at The People Channel who have been advocating a practical and wholistic development of the human resource in the Eastern region and the country at large, partner with an organization that has such a dynamic vision.”
(Page News Service)