Campus & Infrastructure

CAMPUS AND INFRASTRUCTURE

St Andrew’s Educational Foundation conducts the Certificate Course in Hotel Management and Catering Technology. A separate building on this campus houses the Hospitality Section of the college, and some of the facilities in the main college building are also thrown open to the CCHMCT students.

Laboratories
We have a fully air-conditioned state-of-the-art computer Laboratory for students to complete their IT curriculum.

Add-on Course: Practical use of Hotel Management Software
As an add-on incentive, St. Andrew’s Educational Foundation will be exposing the CCHMCT students to one of the latest Software packages uses in the Hospitality Industry. The students will be actually working in the computer laboratory under trained professionals. This knowledge increases the prospects of being employed / inducted in the Hotel Industry.

The Conference / Library Room
The conference room located on the 2nd floor, has audio-visual facilities, used effectively for Personality Development and other Sessions. Educational films are often screened in this room. Guest speakers are also invited to help students reflect on a variety of topics.

Industrial/ On -The -Job Training
It is compulsory for all the students to go for their three months’ Industrial Training and for training during weekends, or any other holidays, also during their Diwali and Christmas Vacations. This enables the students to get a thorough knowledge and invaluable experience of the working process in different areas of a five star hotel. It will also help the students in improving their job prospects. After completion of Training, the student has to return back the I.D Card, Locker key / Hotel belongings to the Hotel.

Assistance for Placements
On completion of the course and after their industrial training, the St. Andrew’s Training & Placement Cell assists students in getting job placements in the main stream of the Hospitality Industry. Each student is reviewed on various parameters such as intelligence, hard work, innovativeness and creative thinking, and assisted accordingly in finding placements in suitable five star deluxe hotels. Placement is not guaranteed but solely on the performance of the students during course of the year.

Auditorium
St. Andrew’s Auditorium is one of the best equipped college auditoriums in the city. This hi-tech (air conditioned) auditorium, with a seating capacity of 800, provides students access to the best sound and light effects – a boon, indeed, for both in-house and intercollegiate competitions.

Chapel
St. Andrew’s College has its own Chapel where here is a Eucharistic celebration on First Friday every month and other Eucharistic Celebrations to mark various important events in the college. The doors of the chapel are open to our students at all times, and its interior and beautiful stained glass windows are guaranteed to lift the spirits of all those who enter its sacred precincts and spend a few moments in communication with God.

Canteen
The college canteen provides tea, coffee, soft drinks, meals and various snacks for lunch. Food quality and pricing are subject to constant scrutiny. The canteen timings displayed on the Canteen Board.

Library
“Reading serves for delight, for ornament, for ability; the crafty condemn it, the simple admire it, the wise use it.” The library is the nerve center of all academic activities in the college. It provides a place in which to study, material for study and services to assist study. It caters solely to the needs of the academic community of the college.

Campus Ministry
A priest has been appointed by the Rector to provide the necessary spiritual guidance to students who need it. In addition, theology classes, retreats, and recollections are also organized.

Counseling
Our college provides counseling services to those students who are in need of help for their personal problems, or even those simply in need of a sympathetic listening ear. Students may consult the counselor by prior appointment. Students who would like to avail of this service are advised to contact the professor- in-charge of their class.