Tourism in India is the largest service industry. The travel and tourism sector currently employs 49 million people, or 1 in every 10 jobs, and this is projected to increase to 58 million, or 1 in every 9.6 jobs by 2020.
Hospitality is the world’s fastest growing industry and will add 1 new job every 2.5 seconds.
Figures from the World Travel and Tourism Council have the industry growing at a rate of 23% faster than that of the global economy, employing 212 million and earning approximately $ 3.4 trillion (U.S.) annually.
The worldwide hotel industry is expected to reach almost $480 billion in 2015, according to research by global industry analysts. Industry players are responding to a rise in demand, with plans for many new hotels.
There are several factors that are responsible for the growth of the hospitality industry, such as development of transportation systems, increasing industrialisation, speed at which businesses are conducted, need to maintain a personal touch and rising levels of discretionary incomes. Today, tourism has been recognised as the fastest growing business in Goa. Hospitality is a key segment of the total travel and tourism industry. This means the need to have professionally trained manpower to operate modern day hospitality enterprises has become extremely important.
Since the Hospitality industry calls for hard work, odd hours and ever increasing competition, there is great emphasis on development of the right attitude, values, and discipline and personality traits appropriate to prepare a person for a career in the hospitality industry. Our courses prepare a student for the challenges posed by the conditions above.
In the gaming, hospitality & entertainment sphere, the Deltin Group employs around 2,700 personnel. With fast expansion and constant upgrades, pan India operations are constantly in need of skilled and well−trained staff.
With customer satisfaction as the primary objective, Deltin Group looks forward to employing trained and skilled manpower in large numbers. Deltin Group decided to bridge this gap by launching its own training institute with a view to meet its manpower needs and the needs of the hospitality industry at large. By providing free training and creating employable local youth, the organisation feels that in a small way, it is giving back to society.