Food is often one of the most gratifying things, not just for the person who consumes it but for the chef as well. Of the many career options and avenues available today, food & beverages is undoubtedly one of the most thriving industry, yet, if you're looking for a career in food, the competition is sharper than the edge of a newly sharpened Chef's knife.

If you want to beat the competition and earn the badge of being one of the most skilled chefs in the country, there's no better place to get your education from than Pankaj Bhadouria Culinary Academy in Lucknow. Started by the Masterchef herself, PCBA will not only give you a great placement but will also work wonders for your CV.

International Accreditation, great infrastructure & hands-on learning experience

The Pankaj Bhadouria Culinary Academy was started by the Chef to help the budding chefs and foodies find their way in an industry which is becoming increasingly competitive. Hence, the academy has modern and state-of-the art infrastructure which will give you the experience of working in a professional kitchen with all the equipments and the finery on display. Not just that, you will also have the chance to work in a high-pressure environment and be trained in a specific set of skills which are required in most kitchens worldwide.

The best part about the professional programme here is the fact that they also have an International Accreditation, which means after qualifying from the institute you can work anywhere in the world. The professional course here is also accredited by City & Guilds London, hence the training received here will be acceptable world-wide!

Students who attend PBCA will also learn from the Masterchef India winner and celebrity chef Pankaj Bhadouria who often takes classes and gives her students a taste of international standards.

Stories of Success

Any professional education is incomplete without a good placement, which makes the professional programme at PBCA all the more lucrative. The institute has a 100% placement record with the students getting placed in Taj, Marriott, Hyatt, Renaissance, Ramada, Radisson, Novotel, in Lucknow and across the country. If you find a reputed hotel chain, there's probably a PBCAian working there.

The success stories are heartening, where students have not only made a name for themselves in the culinary world but have also brought laurels to the institute after winning countless chef competitions.

Bakery & Specialised Courses

At PBCA students even have the opportunity to enrol for the full fledged Bakery courses where they can choose from Beginner, Advanced and Super Cakes options. Each of these have been specifically designed for teaching students everything about bakery and baking, from basic breads to the most intricate cakes you can be sure to learn it all.

Other than the professional courses PBCA also offers hobby and specialised courses for those who are looking for something specific, these include, Awadhi Treasures, North Indian Delights, Party Starters & Desserts. They also have a specific Wed Set Go course for newly-weds and those looking to settle down, this includes workshops on Table etiquette, Cutlery etiquette, Personal Grooming and several other things.

Knock Knock

If you're someone who has their hearts set on cooking and derive pleasure from feeding others, a profession in culinary arts is just what you need. Students from across the globe, come to the Pankaj Bhadouria Culinary Academy to find the best of professional education here and so can you!

The Batches for the courses that are about to begin, the Bakery Professional Diploma course batch begins from 5th March, 2020, while the Culinary Arts Diploma Batch begins from 18th May, 2020. So, head to PBCA today, check out their courses and find the one that is right for you.

Contact: 1800 843 3344 (Toll Free Number) | 9161149999 (Mobile)


Address: Raja Ram Kumar Plaza, B2, 75, Hazratganj

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