I am from India ,I want to start my own kitchen ,thanks please suggest good institutes in AsiaDepends where you live, and what you want to get out of school.
What I would do, is (if you're in North America) look at your local community college, and take a semester or 2 in their cullinary department to make sure you really want to take on foods as a new career and are up to the challenge of 8-10 hour days in a cullinary academy like CIA... While you're doing that you can contact the various schools and find out what they offer; additionally it will give you an idea of the direction you want to go in for your formal education (Line? Bakery? Management? Corporate?)... Then it's just a matter of applying and sending in the money.
I personally like CIA, but remember you're there with a bunch of people half your age, and the Chef instructors will run you hard and demand excellence. They're mostly all live in programs (or you have to live locally to the school, say Hyde Park, Calistoga, or etc.) so it's not just a commitment of money (and large money at that), but of time much like being in the military. Some (I'm thinking Hyde Park) have some fairly restrictive dorm rules as well... remember, it's a full time college.
Hope this helps a little...