Chef Balender Singh, Director- Institute of Bakery and Culinary Arts (IBCA) was awarded the prestigious Indian Icon Awards 2021 by the National Human Rights Organization, the award ceremony was at The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, New Delhi.
Institute of Bakery & Culinary Arts and National Human Rights Organization work together in 2020 during the pandemic period. Many more workshops were introduced by NHRC in which IBCA students have participated in the social welfare program. The workshops provide knowledge on the various aspects of our birthrights and the right way of execution. Human rights allow individuals to reside in harmony with each other, encourage self-reliance, and imbibe a sense of brotherhood.
Chef Balender Singh Director of Institute of Bakery and Culinary says, “I thank you to National Human Rights Organization who rewarded ours affords in 2020-21 by this Indian Icon Award. I also thank my students who come forward and participate in the social welfare workshops in 2020. Awards recognition encourages young people to come forward help and aware the society.”
Chef Balender started his career in the year 2003 as Commie. After two years, he joins The Grand hotel in 2005 as Kitchen Management Trainee and has moved to Carnival Cruise Line in 2007 as Chef de Partie. He also worked in JW Marriott in 2013 as a Pastry Sous Chef and also, he worked with Taj Hotel New Delhi and many big hotels brands. After working with big hotels Balender started Institute of Bakery and Culinary Arts in the year 2017.