If there is one thing that for many is harder than learning baking is finding the best bakery courses in Delhi. That is because while there are plenty of schools that offer short-courses, those offering professional-grade courses like diploma 2are far and few.

We said they are few, not zero and we are going to make finding them hassle-free. Below are the 3 top-notch baking classes in Delhi for 2020 for all kinds of bakery courses

Best Bakery Courses in Delhi

#1: TruffleNation

If you are looking for professional baking courses it is because either want a high paying job or want to start your bakery, right? Either way, TruffleNation is just the place to be and here is why.

Truffle Nation Review
Training
8.1
Accessibility
7
Infrastructure
8
Affordability
9
The Good
Very pocket-friendly
Become a baking and marketing expert with professional courses
variety of hobby courses for hobbyist available
Get weekend classes
100% Hands-on training
Detailed theoretical classes with regular exams
Support after course ends
Located close to the metro
The Bad
Getting a seat is tougher due to smaller batches
8.2

The positives

TruffleNation’s professional courses are designed to turn you into a budding entrepreneur. This is why every class is completely hands-on. That means you get to bake every item from scratch thus helping you learn to use the various equipment.

But the biggest benefit of their diploma and certification courses are the marketing sessions that are the difference makers.

Truth be told, the competition out there is cut-throat and knowing how to run online ads, make posts that get sales, shares, and likes is going to be the X factor. Furthermore, scoring well on your diploma means you could be offered the chance to intern at TruffleNation itself.

But if not that, you will be provided with all the assistance needed for other internships and even jobs. And if you plan to start your baking business, you are guaranteed help anytime after your course as well.

Also, with the Diploma course, you do not have to make the whole payment immediately. Yup, you have the choice of making the payment in 2 installments. Plus, the payment can be made in multiple ways including PayTM and the booking fee is just about 10k.

For a hobbyist, there is a range of courses as well. Yup if you just want to learn cookies or pastries and tarts to make Sunday dinner lip-smacking, you have that option as well. Plus, you do not have to give all your time at the school, you can opt for weekend batches.

With smaller batches for every course, TruffleNation ensures every student gets attention from the trainers further making the learning more intuitive.

Lastly, with classes located close to the Saket metro, you will never feel the burden of travel. Plus, it saves on the cost of having to book autos and cabs as well.

Drawbacks

Smaller batches are great but not if you are still looking for admission. That is because seats will run out in a few days resulting in you having to wait for quite a bit of time.


2) ASSOCOM Institute of Bakery Technology & Management

Next on the list of the best bakery courses in Delhi comes AIBTM. Located in Greater Noida, this school has plenty of offer and you definitely want to hear it out.

AIBTM Rating
Training
8.1
Accessibility
7
Infrastructure
8
Affordability
9
The Good
Short-term course includes evening classes
On-campus accommodations available
There are variety of professional and hobby courses to check out
Pricing is pretty low
The Bad
Inconveniently located
No mention of marketing classes
8.2

The Positives

Moving from Bangalore, Chennai or North-East for baking classes? No problem. Unlike many baking schools in India, AIBTM makes getting decent accommodations a breeze.

How?

Well, they have hostels on campus and you have a variety of rooms you can choose from as well. Yup, from AC sharing rooms to keep the heat away or single rooms where you have all the privacy you will ever need, there’s something for everyone.

And the same goes for their courses as well. For example, they have multiple diploma courses and even a post-graduate course for anyone looking to develop skills and get a master’s degree.

Part of their part-time bakery courses is special evening classes. Here you’ll a variety of cakes and cookies and do not have to skip work or college either. Apart from that, other short courses are a 3-day Cake Decoration course, chocolate making course, etc.

Training, as expected from a good baking school is hands-on. There also theoretical classes that outline the use of each ingredient further increasing your knowledge and allowing you to experiment. Adding to that are the industrial visits and sessions by other expert chefs from India.

Lastly, they are also pretty cheap. Just like TruffleNation, if are also a great choice for anyone looking to learn baking on a tight budget.

Drawbacks

One of the biggest drawbacks of AIBTM is its location. Being in Greater Noida, it can be a challenge for students from various parts of Delhi to travel. And if you were to take a hostel room, it will cost you extra which adds to the expense.

Also, there is no mention of marketing sessions which is a huge drawback considering you get it with TruffleNation.


3) Academy of Pastry and Culinary Arts (Best Baking Classes in Gurgoan)

Did you know APCA has branches in Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore? And if they are so popular across India they have got to be good, right? Well, here’s what you need to know.

Academy of Pastry Arts India Rating
Training
8
Accessibility
7.8
Infrastructure
9
Affordability
7
The Good
Faculty team has award-winners
Hands-on training helps you learn from scratch
Some courses let you intern outside of India
You can learn both culinary arts and baking
The Bad
Courses cost much higher than that at TruffleNation or AIBTM
You won't get marketing sessions
7.8

The Positives

Would you like to be trained under the guidance of the winner of the Pastry Queen Championship? Anybody would and here’s your chance. Not just that, their faculty also has other similar winners (and that definitely makes them worth the consideration).

Part of their courses is both short-term and professional courses in Pastries and Culinary Arts. And if you wanted to learn both yummy pastries and Chinese cuisines, there is a Dual Course as well that you should check out.

With the dual course as well as the Advanced 9-month Diploma courses, you get to intern outside of India (such as Malaysia) thus giving you the chance to learn about other cuisines and experiment with flavors. And if you cannot give time for classes during the week, there are weekend classes also available.

Training with every course in hands-on and they have the finest of ingredients and equipment (because when it comes to taste there isn’t any compromising).

Plus, if you happen to come from outside of Delhi, Mumbai or Bangalore, they have a list of PGs and hostel that they have partnered with to ensure you get a good, clean stay.

Drawbacks

APCA isn’t for anyone on a budget as they are pretty darn expensive. Considering TruffleNation and AIBTM offer the same level of training in baking and professional courses, that is a letdown.

Lastly, no marketing or business planning sessions are part of any course.