Chitkara hotel management and culinary school is quite nice and can provide you the push you need to get a decent job in the sector or establish your own venture. With their pathway programs and worldwide exchange or partnership programs, they prepare you not just for the Indian hospitality business, but also for the global market (where you do a part of your course with them and finish off your course abroad with a partner university, this gives you good global exposure in less money). The kitchen, labs, make-believe hotel rooms (where you can practice your abilities), and hotel reception are all designed to help you blend in effortlessly in the real world. Internships are also fantastic, you get to intern with the best companies. Many of my seniors are working on cruise ships, in hotels such as the Marriott, Radisson, Lalit, Trident, Taj, and other well-known brands. The amount of work you need put into your academics is rigorous; your professors push you hard and it can get overwhelming at times; also, you are not permitted to leave the institution before 4 p.m. without written permission. They also have like eggless options for kitchens. They teach you all the cuisines including how to operate tandoor and stuff. They have a dhaba setup where you serve actual guests. Sounds fun right? This gives you all the experience you need to actually work in the hospitality industry.