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Sidhu invites international chefs to open culinary institute in Punjab

Punjab Minister Navjot Singh SidhuFriday invited chefs from across the world to open a culinary institute in the state to give a fillip to its hotel and tourism sector. He assured that the state government would extend all possible assistance for the purpose apart from providing land. Sidhu extended the invitation after inaugurating the World Food Festival and Traditional Rasoi Sammelan here. At present, the young generation is migrating to foreign shores and individuals are spending over Rs 30 lakh each to move abroad. This leads not only to money drain but also brain drain, the tourism and cultural affairs minister said. If a culinary institute comes up at either Amritsar or Mohali, it would pave the way for skill education of the youth, thereby not only generating jobs but also bringing foreign students to India. On the occasion, Sidhu also announced that a tender worth Rs 10.76 crore was issued for the purpose of building an International Food Street which would commence ...

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