The Delhi Institute of Hotel Management (DIHM) will soon be converted into a full-fledged university which shall provide world-class courses in hospitality and tourism management, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia announced Wednesday.
Sisodia made the announcement during his visit to the institute.
"The institute will be converted into a university that shall provide high quality world-class courses in hospitality and tourism to ensure the institution has autonomy," he said.
"I have asked the principal to draw a proposal and directed the tourism secretary to ensure this is done on top priority," he added.
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