Hospitality training concludes

ITANAGAR, Mar 12: The ‘three-month 12th batch residential training in hospitality’ conducted by the Don Bosco Youth Centre (DBYC) concluded here on Thursday.
The DBYC informed in a release that all 22 successful trainees have found placements at four-star and five-star category resorts and hotels in Kerala.
Addressing the valedictory function, IPS officer Kime Aya termed it a matter of great joy that the DBYC has been conducting such programmes for the youths.
Stating that getting a degree is not enough in today’s society, he urged the state’s youths to acquire skills, and exhorted the trainees to “support each other while on placement and set examples of high service standards which will bring laurels to the state.”
DBYC director, Fr Cyriac, advised the trainees to “keep in touch with DBYC and the trainers and take time out to join the periodic post-placement evaluations DBYC conducts on a regular basis.”
He also asked them not to miss “the annual evaluation-cum-training, which is a key post-placement support for the trainees.”
He informed that “the trainees will take placement in four-star and five-star category resorts and hotels in Kerala in a month or so,” as their travel to Kerala has been postponed due to the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Fr Cyriac said the trainees will initially work in front office management, housekeeping, and food & beverage service as on-job trainees for six months, and, following other formalities, be absorbed as temporary employees for six months, prior to being promoted as regular employees.
Aya gave away the certificates to the trainees.