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Get a diploma and open your own patisserie

The course, which has 480 hours of hands-on learning experience, will begin with two schedules — June-Nov and Dec-May. Those who are only 16 years and above are eligible to apply

Published: 06th June 2016 04:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th June 2016 04:14 AM   |  A+A-

Get a Diploma

CHENNAI: City-based Food Consulate has announced the launch of a new Diploma course in Baking and Patisserie recognised by City & Guilds International, UK.

Chef Jugesh Arora, president, South India Culinary Association, Chef Praveen Anand of Crowne Plaza Adyar Park, Chef Ajit Bangera of ITC Grand Chola and Chef Rajesh Radhakrishnan of The Park and other culinary professionals took part in the launch event.

This is a one-of-its-kind culinary course offered in India through Manipal Group. Already, the course is recognised in more than 80 countries and has won the trust of culinary professionals of the world. The students passing out with this diploma have the option of working in established hotels or setting up their own bakeries.

The course, which has 480 hours of hands-on learning experience, will begin with two schedules — June-November and December-May. Those who are only 16 years and above are eligible to apply. Scholarships available for students with prior knowledge to baking and patisseries.

For details, call 42630001 or e-mail info@foodconsulate.com.

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