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THE WESTIN PUNE, INDIA 
INDUSTRAIL TRANING REPORT

ABHIJIT.MANE
YCMOU -2nd YEAR
INSTITUTE OF ADVANCE MANAGEMENT, GOA
INDUSTRIAL EXPOSURE TRAINING REPORT

 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT  

I would like to convey my sincere thanks to all the people who have supported me in making the project and especially to all my faculty member and Mr.Anuraj.Bhatnagar & Mr.Sanjay.Kumar for accepting me as a trainee. I am also thankful to the staff of THE WESTIN who have always been a support in completion of the training & also been very supportive in the entire tenure 

ABHIJIT MANE.

CONTENTS

 
AN INTRODUCTION TO PUNE

 
INTRODUCTION TO THE WESTIN

 
* DEPARTMENTAL STUDY:
 
1: F & B SERVICE
 
2: HOUSEKEEPING
 
3: FRONT OFFICE
 
4: PRODUCTION

 
* CONCLUSION

 
* REFERENCE

About Pune 
 
Pune has been known by a plethora of sobriquets. Popular among them: Queen of the Deccan, cultural capital of Maharashtra, pensioner's paradise and Oxford of the East. Pune is one of the historical cities of India with a glorious past, an innovative present and a promising future. The Pune Municipal Corporation administers the city. Its boundaries extend over four hundred square kilometers and it has a population of close to four million. Thus, Pune city has been developed in to a Pune metropolitan area, just equal in area to that of Greater Mumbai. It is located 192 km (by rail) and 160km (by road) from Mumbai and is 559 meters above the mean sea level. Being surrounded by beautiful hills and the Sinhagad fort, it has a temperate climate. Water, which is plentiful, is supplied to the city from Panshet, Khadakvasla and Varasgaon dams --all located about thirty kilometers from Pune. Pune is among the greenest urban areas in the country with more than 40 per cent of its area under green cover.   PUNE or Punyanagri as it is called has had a glorious past of nearly 1000 years. Punes history is both illustrious and romantic. The cities historical associations are fast woven with Shivaji Maharaj, the Peshwas and Lokmanya Tilak. It was here, in the Lal Mahal that Shivaji boldly attacked Aurangzeb’s uncle, and Shaista Khanand won back the lost territories. Later it was ruled by the Peshwas. When Bajirao-Ibecame the Peshwa, he made Pune the headquarters of the army and the Shaniwar Wada was built. Bazaars and shopping plazas. Palaces and ritzy hotels. Temples, mosques, churches and even a synagogue to visit. This sprawling metropolis conjures up myriad images -ancient forts, ornate palaces, lush gardens, shopping arcades, educational institutions and rolling hills. The Ganapati festival celebrated yearly, called the Pune Festival, has made its mark on the tourist map of India.

Geographical Profile of Pune:
The city of Pune lies between 18 degrees 32 minutes north; 73 degrees 51 minutes East. It has an altitude of 559 meters above mean sea level and has a very pleasant climate. The Temperatures range from 15 degrees C to 35degrees C. The best time to visit is October-March. The Winter Period is between Mid Nov to mid Feb characterized by Dry, cold nights, pleasantly warm days. The spring fall sin between Mid-Feb to end-March having Warm days and pleasant nights

Tourist Spots
 Lal Deval (Synagogue)
Lal Deval is conspicuously placed on Moledina Road. The red-brick-and-stone structure built-in the English Gothic style, resembles a church. It is Pune's finest synagogue, built by philanthropist David Sassoon in 1867. Bund Garden

Bund Garden lies on the right bank of the Mula Mutha River. Constructed by Sir Jamshedji Jeejeebhoy primarily for providing water to the poor during summer, it has become a popular unwinding spot for citizens with an added attraction of boating facilities and has recently added a...
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