Welcome to 'ACA', a community of broad-minded, intellectually curious students, faculty, alumni and management, committed to educating leaders for business and society . . .

KREEDOKids is a pre-school with a love for the planet and its diversity. KREEDOKids pre-schools aims at making the transition from home to school easy. Children Who Start School Ahead, Stay Ahead . . .

Business Analytics refers to the investigation and analysis of past business performances in order to gain insights and devise business plans for the growth of a company & of great value to an organization . . .

Organizations today recognize training needs of their employees that play an important part in maintaining relationships with their customers and developing a successful business enterprise for the future . . .

The country's media and entertainment sector, presently valued at close to $18 billion, could reach $100 bn in the near future & is considered to be a sunrise sector for the Indian Economy . . .



Commitment to Excellence', are the three words that best describe the ethos of ACA. Excellence in teaching, Excellence in professional practice & Excellence in the formation of business managers are the foundations upon which ACA is built. Education covers a range of experiences, from formal learning to the building of understanding and knowledge through day to day experiences. The process of education is lifelong.  ACA Management School's programs are designed to address both your career and academic aspirations. Our curricula tap on continual input from eminent industry experts and academic professionals, and equip you with up-to-date knowledge and life skills. The School provides extensive training and learning opportunities for budding entrepreneurs to develop skills in starting and managing new businesses. Trained with a global outlook, you will be equipped to take on supervisory and executive level positions in a wide range of companies, corporate and organizations. ACA Management School is a community of people engaged in many activities focused on one purpose of developing leaders. Our students use the skills they develop here to inspire change and innovation throughout their lives in business and in other organizations, in their communities, and in society. 


The World has entered the new millennium, which is going to be an Information Technology Age. Today Computers have not only assumed strategic importance in the corporate world, they are being effectively used in other fields ranging from space exploration to food processing and banking to communication etc. The Indian IT industry has played a key role in putting India on the global map. The Indian IT sector continues to be one of the sunshine sectors of the Indian economy showing rapid growth and promise. The Indian IT services market is estimated to remain the fastest growing in the Asia-Pacific region. The phenomenal growth, which this industry is witnessing, has lead to it being recognized as one of the highly paid industry. The availability of skilled, qualified professionals is hardly able to meet the requirement, leaving a large gap to be filled by those with ambition, aptitude and willingness to work hard.


The hospitality and tourism industry is the largest and fastest growing industry in the world. The Hospitality Industry is the fastest growing and the most dynamic industry in the world, yet still has a shortage of suitably qualified and experienced people to lead it in the 21st century. Currently one in every 10 people around the world is employed into the hospitality industry. Hospitality and tourism in India is the 3rd largest net foreign exchange earner currently at $4.3 billion. Therefore, choosing a career in hospitality industry provides enormous opportunities. It is estimated that between now and the year 2016, the hotel industry will generate 250 million jobs which will consist of approximately 10% of total world.


Indian tourism and hospitality sector has reached new heights today. Travelers are taking new interests in the country which leads to the upgrading of the hospitality sector. Even an increase in business travel has driven the hospitality sector to serve their guests better. Visiting foreigners has reached a record 3.92 million and consequently International tourism receipts have also reached a height of US$ 5.7 billion. In the Indian context, the hospitality industry is projected to grow at a rate of 8.8% by 2016, which would place India as the second-fastest growing tourism market in the world. Moreover, it is also estimated that the tourism sector will account for nearly 5.3 per cent of GDP and 5.4 per cent of total employment. In this era of globalization, hospitality industry plays a major role in the overall economic growth of the country. Along with the rapid industrial growth and promotion of tourism, the catering and hotel sector is booming and offering huge job prospects to Indians. The demand for qualified and experienced professionals in India and overseas is increasing every day. The World Travel Organization predicts that it will triple in size by the year 2020.


Food Production Department


Food Production: It is a department which deals with the preparation of different types of food items. It is not a visible department to the guest because it usually works in the back area. It makes the food more delicious and attractive by different styles of cooking method. Different cuisine has their own kitchen and specialized chef to work on it according to their skills. Bakery departments comes under this which include preparation of desserts, breads etc. The executive chef, a person of considerable importance and authority in any full-service hotel, runs the food production, or kitchen, department. A variety of culinary specialists who are responsible for different aspects of food preparation report to the executive chef.


Food and Beverage Service Department


Food and Beverage Service: It is a department which serves food and beverage to the guest in a very attractive and pleasing manner, which creates good impression on the guest. there are several kind of food and beverage outlet like restaurants, Bars, Coffee shops, take away banquets etc. It is the second most revenue producing department of the hotel by selling different types of food and  beverage to the guest. The primary function of the food and beverage department is to provide food and drink to a hotel's guests. In earlier times, when an inn had a single dining room that could hold a limited number of guests, this was a fairly simple task. Today, however, providing food and drink is much more complicated. A large hotel might well have a coffee shop, a gourmet restaurant, a poolside snack bar, room service, two banquet halls, and ten function rooms where food and beverages are served. It might also have a lounge, a nightclub, and a lobby bar. On a busy day (or night), it's quite likely that functions will be booked in many outlets at the same time.


Front Office Department


Front Office: The front office is one of the most important departments in a hotel, as it often offers the only contact between guests and staff. A hotel's front office is where guests are greeted when they arrive, where they are registered and assigned to a room, and where they check out. It helps to create good image in front of the guest. It generates the maximum revenue for the hotel as it sells room to the guests. Usually, the telephone operator, other guest communications functions, and the bell staff or those employees responsible for delivering luggage and messages and attending to special guest requests also fall under the front office umbrella. The reservations department takes and tracks the hotel's future bookings. The Front Desk department in a limited-service facility includes reservations, the front office, housekeeping, and telephone or PBX. In smaller full-service hotels, security and engineering might also be included in the rooms department. Responsibilities of the rooms department include reservations, guest reception, room assignment, tracking the status of rooms (available or occupied), prompt forwarding of mail and phone messages, security, housekeeping of guest rooms and public spaces such as lobbies, and answering guests' questions.


Accomodation Operation Department


Housekeeping: This department is responsible for cleaning and maintaining hotel premises which include public area, guest rooms, lobby, swimming pool area etc. generally this department is not visible to the guest. It works for guest satisfaction through keeping the environment clean and hygienic. Horticulture is one of the most important features of housekeeping department which deals with different types of flower arrangement and maintaining the garden. This department works to give pleasant look of the hotel to the guest. In hotels major part of revenue comes from rooms, rooms which is not sold on any night losses revenue forever and reason for poor occupancy can be anything like hygiene factor, cleanliness, lack of modernizing etc. hence main purpose is to improve whole appeal of the room. A guest spend more time alone in his room than any other part of the hotel, so he can check up the cleanliness he wishes to as some of the guest are more health conscious these days. He may check up dusting, in-depth cleaning and losses confidence if properly not done. Decent room supplies are service like quick laundry and dry cleaning service shows guest that hotel is considering his comfort and wishes to please him. Not only this, from the cleanliness of lobby, public area, restaurant, cloakrooms, the state and cleanliness of uniform the guest can judge a lot about hotel. So we can say that the housekeeping department contributes greatly to guest impression of the hotel. House keeping is the department which determines to a large extent whether guests are happy during their stay and if they will return to the hotel again.



DHMCT (Diploma in Hotel Management & Catering Technology) 36 MONTHS
CHO / CTO (Certificate in Hotel Operation / Tourism Operation) 18 MONTHS
PGDHM /PGDTM (Post Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management / Tourism Management) 12 MONTHS
DTAM (Diploma in Tourism & Aviation Management) 36 MONTHS
CHT (Certificate in Hospitality & Tourism) 12 MONTHS
CFP / CFS / CFO / CAO (Certificate in FP/F & B SErvice/FO / AO) 12 MONTHS
CRAFT COURSE (in Food Production/F & B Service/Front Office/House Keeping) 06 MONTHS
Distance Education for Professionals  


PGDBM (Post-Graduate Diploma in Business Management) 24 MONTHS
PGPM (Post-Graduate Program in Management) 12 MONTHS

DOM (Diploma in Office Management)


DCA (Diploma in Computer Application)


DIT (Diploma in Information Technology) 06 MONTHS

DCHE (Diploma in Computer Hardware Engineering)



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