The Gurugram-based institute was inaugurated today.
From October 1, 20 students would be joining for the 18-month certificate course in Intensive Culinary Arts.
The institute would also be offering Bachelor of Travel & Tourism Management programme.
"Every aspect of ISH promotes critical thinking, life skills, and the courage to take an idea and bring it to life something we Are actively promoting with our in-house start up incubator Ignite," Puri said.
About expansion plans, Puri said, "we will be monitoring our academic session here for at least a year before we begin our expansion plans".
The expansion plans include opportunities to develop schools in South Asian countries and within India in the South and the West, he said.
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