This programme, addresses the need for sustainable youth employment through an innovative, replicable, rapidly scalable employment model with a measurable return on investment for employers and youth.

SRHU-IL&FS together with McKinsey & Company aims to impart employability-linked skills training to youth, thereby meeting the growing requirement for a skilled workforce in the healthcare, hospitality and retail sectors.

Currently  the institute offers 7 weeks residential Food & Beverage Services Steward Certification Program.


Industry-standard machinery and simulated labs are installed in the training centers to provide hands-on experience to the trainees.

Centre conducts end-to-end vocational training. In addition to imparting domain-specific skills, additional modules train candidates in soft skills, IT and life skills to help them succeed in the workplace.

The project contributes towards the national agenda of Skill Mission through the social and economic empowerment of the youth.


The knowledge and skills gained in this programme help carve a career in the field of food & beverage and hospitality sector such as hotels, restaurants, resorts, casinos, amusement parks, cruise ships, cafeterias, senior care facilities or catering companies.

Some of the recent recruiters are Taj City Center, Atrium, Mango Blossom, Nandos, Hotel Galaxy, Four Points by Sheraton etc.

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Presently, 30 seats for each batch for each training cycle.


49 days Residential program.

Eligibility Criteria

Minimum 10th pass in any stream

Age Limit:18-27 years and not currently in full time employment