Hotel Housekeeping: Operations and Management

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OUP India, Aug 20, 2009 - Business & Economics - 744 pages
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The book explores the key elements of housekeeping as also its theoretical foundations and techniques of operations. It provides an exhaustive coverage of the core concepts of the subject. Students of hotel management will find the book highly useful. With its practice-oriented approach, the text will also be helpful to housekeeping professionals, and students of home science.

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A complete guide on Housekeeping for students as well as professionals.The knowledge range keeps on increasing each chapter wise. This helped me clear lot many interviews, including OCLD.

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About the author (2009)

G. Raghubalan, Head of Training, Processes and Executive Search at HCMG (Hospitality Consulting and Management Group), Mumbai, has over 19 years of experience in industry operations, training, and academics. He has headed training at various hotels including Citymax Hotels, CGH Earth Group ofHotels, Kochi, and Novotel, Hyderabad. He has also served as Principal, R.N. Shetty College of Hotel Management, Karnataka, and PES Institute of Hotel Management, Bangalore. Smritee Raghubalan, Head of Department, Housekeeping, and Training and Placement Coordinator at the Global Institute of Management Science, Mumbai, has over 10 years of professional experience, which includes teaching accommodation operations, housekeeping management, and food science and nutritionat various hotel management colleges.

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