Giving a fillip to Tourism in Punjab by improving the status of Road Side Eateries, Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Landran has entered into collaboration with the Punjab Heritage and Tourism Promotion Board by launching a project named “Project for Upgradation of Road Side Eateries”. Under this programme, Chandigarh College of Hotel Management provides training in preparation of healthy food ensuring cleanliness, hygiene and trains the owners on the basics of hospitality to 10 dhabas identified by the government.
OBJECTIVE OF PROJECT PURE
Inaugurating the project at Mittran da Dhaba situated on Morinda- Samrala Highway, Tourism Minister, Govt. of Punjab, Sh. Hira Singh Gabria, said that these 10 dhabas will be given the logo of “PURE” by the state government. The minister appreciated the initiative taken by CGC for the development of the society at large. Being associated with this mission of “PURE” which aims at improving the quality and standard of food served by these road side dhabas, this programme ensures tourists health and educates the owners running these eateries to function in an organized manner. CGC’s objective is also to provide free guidance to attract and enlighten the youth of Punjab to explore the possibilities of staring their own venture in the F&B business. Hence, CGC, Landran has been contributing and extending a helping hand in the development of tourism industry.