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Academy of Pastry Arts, pan-Asian culinary school, rebranded to APCA
Tuesday, 24 March, 2020, 16 : 00 PM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
Academy of Pastry Arts, an esteemed group of professional culinary and pastry schools with a pan-Asia presence in Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Delhi NCR, Mumbai and Bengaluru, has been rebranded to Academy of Pastry and Culinary Arts (APCA). The brand has adopted the new identity because of its start-of-the-art offerings in both pastry and culinary arts courses.

Speaking on the occasion, Niklesh Sharma, chef and founder, Academy of Pastry and Culinary Arts, stated, “We have always been an education institute of international repute and class, and it is apt that we have rebranded to Academy of Pastry and Culinary Arts as it justifies our offerings and role for the upcoming budding chefs of India.”

The Advanced Diploma in Culinary is of nine months duration and covers everything that a cuisine chef needs to be trained in, right from the cutting of vegetables, identification of ingredients and soups to the most advance cuisines like Italian, fusion, etc. 

Like the pastry course, each batch will have 14 students and it will be completely hands-on. The culinary course is currently available in the Bengaluru and Mumbai branches of the Academy of Pastry and Culinary Arts and they are soon planning to expand it to other centres as well.

Speaking on the new identity, Major Dinesh Sharma, co-founder, Academy of Pastry and Culinary Arts, stated, “The Academy has always been a place where students are provided with the best-in-class equipment, ingredients, and hands-on teaching techniques. It was apparent that we showcase what we have been achieving for the past few years now, and the rebranding of the name is an integral step towards that goal.”

The academy is planning to implement its culinary courses across its centres over the period of the next one year. Also, they have plans to open up new educational centres in India and in the neighbouring countries in the span of next 24 months.
 
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