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  • BHARATI VIDYAPEETH DEEMED UNIVERSITY PUNE (INDIA)

    ‘A’ GRADE UNIVERSITY STATUS BY MHRD, GOVT. OF INDIAACCREDITED & REACCREDITED WITH ‘A’ GRADE BY NAAC

    AtBharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University

    INSTITUTE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT & CATERING TECHNOLOGY, PUNE

    INFORMATION BROCHURE OF ENTRANCE TEST

    For Admission to the

    BACHELOR DEGREE IN SCIENCE(HOSPITALITY AND HOTEL ADMINISTRATION)

    BACHELOR DEGREE IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT & CATERING TECHNOLOGY

    HM-2017

    Imparting Top Quality Education Since Twenty Five Years

  • As the Chancellor of Bharati Vidyapeeth reaccreditation. An approval by the UGC under

    University I extend a very warm welcome to the Section 12B of its Act which our University has

    students who are desirous of seeking admissions in received is another feather in the cap of the

    our different Constituent units. University.

    Bhara t i V idyapee th , the paren t We at this University are committed to offer

    organization of this University has recently our students a wide spectrum of academic options

    celebrated its Golden Jubilee. Five decades ago to choose from.

    Bharati Vidyapeeth initiated its academic journey It has also been our endeavour to provide

    with a single school. Now it is one of the premier continuously updated education in a congenial

    educational institutions in the country, having environment to our students. I am very happy that a

    under its umbrella more that 180 educational units very large number of our past students have

    including 80 colleges of 12 faculties. They include established their reputation as Medical

    colleges of Medicine, Dentistry, Engineering, Practitioners, Engineers, Pharmacy Industrialists

    Pharmacy, Hotel Management and the like. There and the like, not only at the national level but also

    may not be any disciplines either conventional or at the international level. Research is a focal area

    emerging for which Bharati Vidyapeeth has not of activities of our University. We have three

    established its institution.Research Institutes as constituent units of University.

    Within a short period of 20 years or so, They are doing remarkable work. Our aim is to

    Bharati Vidyapeeth University has established its develop this University ultimately as a Research

    academic reputation even across the national University.

    borders. Its high level of academic excellence is I again welcome you all and wish you a very

    underscored by the fact that the Ministry of Human successful academic career as students of this

    Resource Development, Government of India has University.

    given 'A' grade status to this University. The

    University's another remarkable achievement is

    that it has been awarded a prestigious 'A' grade by

    the NAAC both in its first accreditation and also in

    Ho n'ble Dr. Patangrao Kadam

    M.A., LL.B., Ph.D.

    FOUNDER - CHANCELLOR

    Hon'ble Dr. Patangrao Kadam

    From the Chancellor's Office

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  • Information Brochure 2017-18

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  • BHARATI VIDYAPEETH DEEMED UNIVERSITY

    PUNE: 411 030 (INDIA)

    INFORMATION BROCHURE

    FOR ENTRANCE TEST HM-2017

    FOR ADMISSION TO

    BACHELOR DEGREE IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT & CATERING TECHNOLOGY

    BACHELOR IN SCIENCE (HOSPITALITY AND HOTEL ADMINISTRATION)

    2017-18

    AT

    INSTITUTE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT AND

    CATERING TECHNOLOGYPune Satara Road, Katraj – Dhankawadi ,

    Pune – 411 043.

    Phone No. : (020) 24372761, 24372788

    OUR MOTTO : LEARN TO LIVE & LIVE TO LEARN

    Imparting Twenty-five Years Top Quality Education Since

    GRADE AWARDED BY GOVT. OF INDIA

    GRADE REACCREDITATION BY NAAC

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  • At a Glance

    BHMCT /BSc (H & HA)

    thTuesday, 6 June 2017

    thTuesday, 13 June 2017

    thFriday, 23 June 2017 by 5.00 p.m.

    www.bvuniversity.edu.in, www.bharatividyapeethuniversity.net

    thTuesday, 30 June 2017 at 9.00 a.m.

    rdMonday, 3 July 2017

    A) Last date for submitting completed

    Application Form along with a Before 5.00 pm

    Demand draft of Rs.1200/ drawn in

    favour of ‘The Registrar,

    Bharati Vidyapeeth University Pune : 411 030,’

    on any Nationalized Bank in Pune.

    B) Dispatch of Entrance Test (HM-2017) After scrutiny of application form

    Admit Cards to Candidates

    C) Date & Time of Entrance Test

    BHMCT/B.Sc.(H&HA)- 2017 10.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m.

    D) Places where Written Test will be held Pune, New Delhi

    E) Declaration of Result

    F) Counselling and Spot Admission

    at BVDU, IHMCT, PUNE

    G) Commencement of Classes 9.00 a.m.

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  • Dear Students, only high quality training, education in the

    respective areas of knowledge to the students, but At the outset, let me welcome all of you who also places emphasis on all-round development of are intending to join our University.the students. Abundant opportunities are also

    I am extremely happy to note that you have provided for co-curricular and extracurricular

    selected our University for your further studies. All of activities on the campus. In the discharge of its

    you know that Bharati Vidyapeeth University is one social obligations, the University is, no doubt,

    of the leading Universities in the country having ‘A’ committed to see that the students graduating from

    grade awarded by Ministry of Human Resource this University are well-trained and well-prepared for

    Development, Government of India. jobs and become responsible citizens of the country.

    It is also accredited with prestigious ‘A’ The track record of the achievements of the

    grade in 2004 and reaccredited with ‘A’ grade in University is indeed commendable. It is a matter of

    2011 by the NAAC, Bangalore. It is also significant pride for us that scores of our students have

    to note that some of its constituent units have ISO achieved successes in their respective fields and

    2001-2009 certification. Our University has established themselves in different spheres of life.

    excellent infrastructure for all its constituent We are aware that the success of any University

    Institutions such as well-structured spacious largely depends on the number of successful

    buildings, continuously updated laboratories and students, it produces for the service of the society

    hostels with all necessary amenities and facilities.and the nation.

    Today, the horizons of knowledge are We, therefore, take every care for your

    expanding exponentially. It is, therefore, a bright future career and help you to translate your

    challenge to cope up with this vibrant system of dreams into reality.

    higher education and Bharati Vidyapeeth University Once again, I take this opportunity to is well-equipped to impart latest training and

    welcome all of you to the family of Bharati education to its students. We are committed to Vidyapeeth University and wish you success in your provide excellent teaching, learning and research life. under its 12 faculties. The University continuously

    updates the courses of studies being taught in our

    constituent Institutions, keeping in view, the rapid

    changes and dynamism around. Our libraries are

    continuously updated. The University ensures not

    Prof. Dr. Shivajirao Kadam

    Prof. Dr. Shivajirao Kadam

    Vice ChancellorBharati Vidayapeeth University

    From the Desk of Vice Chancellor

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  • To make students worthy citizen of the nation.

    It has been my conviction that an excellent

    education can be given to students, only if excellent

    infrastructure facilities are created and the institute

    has experienced, student oriented faculty. Over the

    years, the institute has progressed periodically; in

    term of faculty and infrastructure development. I am

    fortunate to have competent and student-caring

    teachers on the roll of our institute, with the requisite

    expertise and technical know-how in the different

    areas of hotel operations and management.

    It is my honour and privilege to be associated with I also believe that in the service industry, it is

    this Institute since its inception in 1992. The Institute important to practice courtesy and manners,

    was established by Dr. Patangrao Kadam, Founder develop one’s personality and communication

    of Bharati Vidyapeeth who cherished the dream of skills, and be disciplined, which is integral to the

    making this institute a centre of excellence in Hotel course along with academics. One must have the

    Management and Catering Technology. During my right attitude towards the service industry.

    tenure, I have committed myself to the task of

    I am happy to record here that our efforts have paid realizing this dream.

    ample dividends. Our students are well placed in the I firmly believe in the objectives of our institute:

    Industry and the Hotels have recognized us as one of

    To offer students the opportunity to develop their the good training institutes on the right track.

    practical, management and communication

    abilities and provide each individual student with the

    training know how for a successful career in the

    highly competitive Hospitality Industry. Principal

    To develop the personality of a students as required

    by the hospitality industry.

    Dr. L.S.Chirmulay

    From the Principals Desk

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  • Bharati Vidyapeeth, the parent organization of this University is one of

    the largest educational organizations in the country. It has 180 educational

    units under its umbrella including 80 Colleges and Institutes of conventional

    and professional disciplines..

    The Department of Human Resource Development, Government of

    India on the recommendations of the University Grants Commission

    accorded the status of "Deemed to be University" initially to a cluster of 12

    units of Bharati Vidyapeeth. Subsequently, 17 additional colleges / institutes

    were brought within the ambit of Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University wide

    various notifications of the Government of India. Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed

    University commenced its functioning on 26th April, 1996.

    1. BVDU Medical College, Pune.

    2. BVDU Dental College & Hospital, Pune

    3. BVDU College of Ayurved, Pune

    4. BVDU Homoeopathic Medical College, Pune

    5. BVDU College of Nursing, Pune

    6. BVDU YashwantraoMohite College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Pune.

    7. BVDU New Law College, Pune

    8. BVDU Social Sciences Centre (M.S.W.), Pune

    9. BVDU YashwantraoChavan Institute of Social Science Studies & Research, Pune.

    10. BVDU Centre for Research & Development in Pharmaceutical Sciences &

    Applied Chemistry, Pune

    11. BVDU College of Physical Education, Pune.

    12. BVDU Institute of Environment Education & Research, Pune

    13. BVDU Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship Development, Pune

    14. BVDU Poona College of Pharmacy, Pune

    15. BVDU College of Engineering, Pune

    16. BVDU Interactive Research School in Health Affairs (IRSHA), Pune

    17. BVDU Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Information Technology & Biotechnology, Pune

    18. BVDU College of Architecture, Pune

    19. BVDU AbhijitKadam Institute of Management & Social Sciences, Solapur

    20. BVDU Institute of Management, Kolhapur

    21. BVDU Institute of Management & Rural Development administration, Sangli

    22. BVDU Institute of Management & Research, New Delhi

    23. BVDU Institute of Hotel Management & Catering Technology, Pune

    Constituent Units of Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed

    University

    Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune

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  • 24. BVDU YashwantraoMohite Institute of Management, Malakapur- Karad

    25. BVDU Medical College & Hospital, Sangli

    26. BVDU Dental College & Hospital, Mumbai

    27. BVDU Dental College & Hospital, Sangli

    28. BVDU College of Nursing, Sangli

    29. BVDU College of Nursing, Navi Mumbai

    The status of University was given to a cluster of these colleges and

    institutes in appreciation of the high level of their academic excellence and

    for their potential for further growth.

    During the last 20 years or so, the University has achieved higher

    pinnacles of academic excellence and has established its reputation to such

    an extent that it attracts students not only from various parts of India but also

    from abroad. According to a survey conducted by Association of Indian

    Universities, this University is one among the top ten Universities in the

    country preferred by the overseas students for admissions. At present, there

    are more than 602 overseas students from 45 countries on the rolls of

    constituent units of this University.

    During the last 20 years, there has been tremendous academic

    expansion of the University. It now conducts in all 290 courses in its

    constituent units, of them 107 are Post Graduate, 40 are Under Graduate

    and 37 Diploma level and 14 are PG Diploma level courses. 11 Fellowship

    and 5 certificate courses. All the professional courses which the University

    conducts such as those of Medicine, Dentistry, Engineering etc., have

    approval of the respective statutory councils, viz., Medical Council of India,

    Dental Council of India, All India Council for Technical Education etc.

    The University is a throbbing center of research activities and has

    launched Ph.D. programmes in 79 subjects and M.Phil in 2 subjects. It has

    also introduced quite few innovative academic programmes such as Masters

    in Clinical Optometry, M.Tech. in Nano Technology etc.

    The University's performance and achievements were assessed by the

    "National Assessment and Accreditation Council" and it was reaccredited

    with a prestigious "A" grade in 2011. Some programmes of the constituent

    units such as College of Engineering at Pune, Management Institute in Delhi

    and others have also been accredited by "National Board of Accreditation".

    Three constituent units of Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University are also the

    recipients of ISO 9001-2001 certifications.

    In 2016, in the assessment under National Institutional Ranking

    Framework (NIRF), its constituents units- Poona College of Pharmacy, Pune is

    figured at 4th place, College of Engineering, Pune at 61st place and Institute

    of Management and Entrepreneurship Development, Pune at 46th place at

    the national level.

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  • Salient and Distinctive Features of Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University :

    Our Campuses

    This University:

    ● is one of the largest Deemed Universities in the country established u/s. 3 of the UGC Act, 1956;

    ● is a multi-faculty University offering a variety of courses in 12 faculties namely Faculty of Arts, Social

    Sciences and Commerce; Faculty of Science; Faculty of Law; Faculty of Medical Sciences; Faculty of

    Dentistry; Faculty of Ayurveda; Faculty of Homoeopathy; Faculty of Nursing; Faculty of Pharmaceutical

    Sciences; Faculty of Management Studies; Faculty of Engineering & Technology and Faculty of

    Interdisciplinary Studies

    ● is accredited and reaccredited by the NAAC with prestigious 'A' grade.

    ● is probably the only University of its kind in the country having three self-financing Research Institutes

    devoted exclusively to the researches respectively in Health Related Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences

    and Social Sciences.

    ● has the distinction of getting recognition from the University Grants Commission u/s. 12 (B) of its act;

    ● is a University, which is academically and intellectually very productive. Its faculty members have a very

    laudable track record of research, publications and patents;

    ● has created a special fund to provide research seed money to its faculty members;

    ● has digitalized the libraries of its constituent units and which makes an extensive use of modern

    Information and Communication Technology in teaching, learning and research and also in

    administration;

    ● publishes its own scientific Journal. Besides, two of its Management Education Institutes publish their

    own academic journals which have gained recognition in the core academic circles;

    ● has established linkages with more than 50 national and international reputed academic institutions,

    such as North Carolina A & T University (USA), University of Cologne, (Germany), Liverpool Law School,

    (UK), Kingston University (UK), Pioneer Research Centre for Nano-grid Materials, Pusan National

    University, Busan (South Korea), Deakin University (Australia), Selford University (Australia), Oxford

    Brookes University (UK) and several others;

    ● has several colleges of health related sciences such as Medicine, Dentistry, Ayurved, Homoeopathy,

    Nursing, Audiology & Speech Language Pathology, Optometry in one campus (Pune). This has

    facilitated introduction of interdisciplinary courses and research.

    ● IRSHA, its health related Sciences Research Institute has done a good path breaking research work on

    Omega 3 Fatty Acids and has taken a lead in encouraging farmers to cultivated flax seeds which are

    major source of Omega 3 Fatty Acids.

    ● Its Institute of Environment Studies & Research Education has adopted several primary schools, wherein it

    implements its programmes of creating environmental consciousness among the students. Its work has

    received national level applaud.

    ● is a throbbing centre of academic activities and has organized several national and international level

    seminars, conferences, workshops, etc.

    ● runs a School of Performing Arts, wherein graduate and postgraduate programmes in various

    Performing Arts including dance, music etc., are conducted in the traditional Gurukul system.

    Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University has campuses in Pune, Mumbai, Solapur, Kolhapur, Sangli,

    Karad and New Delhi, the capital city of India.

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  • Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune

    Institute Of Hotel Management And Catering Technology (BVDUIHMCT)

    A Great Choice :

    Our Vision

    Our Mission

    Our Goal

    The Objective of the Institute is -

    BVDUIHMCT is an institute dedicated to providing quality professional hospitality education. We teach our students the knowledge & specific skills necessary to live successful lives and to grow into positions of influence & leadership in their chosen profession.

    BVDUIHMCT has been engaged in preparing students to make successful careers for the last twenty five years. Along the way, we have developed our own way of doing things. Things that our students like, and things that employer’s like/ appreciates too.

    Increasingly selective hotels target BVDUIHMCT students for their achievements and their positive attitude which is vital in today’s competitive world.Realizing the increasing importance of Hotel Management and Tourism as a profession and industry and also the need to make arrangements for Hotel Management and Tourism education, Dr. Patangrao Kadam, the founder of Bharati Vidyapeeth with his unusual futuristic vision established Institute of Hotel Management & Catering Technology in 1992. Over the years, the college has established itself as an ideal centre of Hotel Management Education.

    “To be a world class university for social transformation through dynamic education.”

    • To provide inclusive borderless access to higher education and vocational education based on merit.• To offer varied professional, technical, vocational and general education programmes to meet the changing and

    diverse needs of society in a global context.• To provide quality higher education for liberation of mind and empowerment of hands.• To promote quality research in diverse areas of development and engage in application of knowledge for

    community development.• To develop national and international networks with industry, service sector and other academic and research

    institutions to meet the expectations of various stakeholders.• To promote extensive use of ICT for enrichment of teaching-learning and for effective governance.• To make quality an integral part of all University operations by promoting innovative practices.

    • To ensure a professional approach to teaching with an excellent environment for students to gain awareness of the Hospitality Industry.

    • To offer students the opportunity to develop their conceptual, technical, and managerial skills • To provide each individual student with the training know how for a successful career in the Hospitality Industry.• To develop the personality of a student as required by the hospitality industry.• To make students worthy citizens of the nation.

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  • COURSES/ PROGRAMMES :

    Bachelor Degree in Hotel Management & Catering Technology(BHMCT)

    PROGRAMME Bachelor in Hotel Management & Catering Technology (BHMCT)

    Approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)

    DURATION 4 yrs (8 semesters)

    INTAKE CAPACITY 60

    ENTRY LEVEL OR ELIGIBILITYEntrance Test conducted by Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University

    (HM-2017) Open – HSC with min 45% (Backward class with min 40% )

    START 3rd July 2017

    Bachelor Degree in Science (Hospitality & Hotel Administration) BSc(H &HA)

    PROGRAMME Bachelor in Science (Hospitality & Hotel Administration) BSc(H &HA)

    DURATION 3 yrs (6 semesters)

    INTAKE CAPACITY 120

    ENTRY LEVEL OR ELIGIBILITY Entrance Test conducted by Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University

    (HM-2017) HSC passed

    START 3rd July 2017

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    *EXEMPTION OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATION ONLY IF THE CANDIDATE HAS SECURED MINIMUM 55 % & ABOVE IN QUALIFYING EXAMINATION.

    ** INCLUDES CLASS HOURS AS WELL AS HOURS SPENT IN PRACTICE OUTSIDE CLASS

    *** STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO TAKE ANY ONE OF THE NON CREDIT COURSES WHICH WILL BE ASSESSED AS ''SATISFACTORY'' OR ''UNSATISFACTORY'' PERFORMANCE BASED ON COMPLETION OF ASSIGNED ACTIVITIES / TASKS AND SUBMISSION OF REPORT THEREOF

    SEM SUBJECT

    CODE WEEK WEEK

    DSC 101 BASIC INDIAN FOOD PRODUCTION (THEORY) COMPULSORY 04 04

    DSC 101 A BASIC INDIAN FOOD PRODUCTION (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 08 04

    DSC 102 BASIC FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICE I (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    DSC 102 A BASIC FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICE I (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 02 01

    DSC 103 ROOMS DIVISION OPERATIONS I (THEORY) COMPULSORY 04 04

    I DSC 103 A ROOMS DIVISION OPERATIONS I (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 04 02

    LEE 101 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION* (THEORY) ANY ONE 02 02

    LEE 102 BASIC FRENCH (THEORY)

    LEE 101 A BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (PRACTICAL) ANY ONE* 04 ** 02

    LEE 102 A BASIC FRENCH (PRACTICAL)

    NC 101 A COMMUNITY SERVICE

    NC102 A SPORTS ACTIVITIES ANY ONE *** 02 00

    NC 103 A CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

    NC 104 A GENERAL INTEREST ACTIVITIES

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    SUBJECT NAME CHOICE HOURS/ CREDITS/

    PROGRAMME STRUCTURE FOR BHMCT

    BHMCT Degree (8 semesters with subjects)

    DSC: DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC COMPULSORY COURSE

    DSE: DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC ELECTIVE COURSE

    LEC: LANGUAGE ENHANCING COMPULSORY COURSE

    LEE: LANGUAGE ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSE

    NC: NON CREDIT COURSE

    AEC: ABILITY ENHANCING COMPULSORY COURSE

    AEE: ABILITY ENHANCING ELECTIVE COUSE

    SEC: SKILL ENHANCING COMPULSORY COURSE

    SEE: SKILL ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSE

    Bachelor of Hotel Management & Catering Technology - Four YearsUnder Choice Based Credit System

  • SEM SUBJECTCODE WEEK WEEK

    DSC 301 QUANTITY FOOD PRODUCTION (THEORY) COMPULSORY 04 04

    DSC 301A QUANTITY FOOD PRODUCTION (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 08 04

    DSC 302 INTRODUCTION TO BEVERAGE SERVICE (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    DSC 302A INTRODUCTION TO BEVERAGE SERVICE (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 02 01

    III DSC 303 ACCOMODATION OPERATIONS I (THEORY) COMPULSORY 04 04

    DSC 303A ACCOMODATION OPERATIONS I (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 04 02

    LEC 101 HOTEL FRENCH (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    LEC 101A HOTEL FRENCH (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 04 * 02

    NC 101A COMMUNITY SERVICE

    NC 102A SPORTS ACTIVITIES

    NC 103A CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

    NC 104A GENERAL INTEREST ACTIVITIES ANY ONE** 02 00

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    SUBJECT NAME CHOICE HOURS/ CREDITS/

    SEM SUBJECTCODE WEEK WEEK

    IV DSC 401 I INDUSTRY EXPOSURE & REPORT - I COMPULSORY 54 36

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    SUBJECT NAME CHOICE HOURS/ CREDITS/

    * INCLUDES CLASS HOURS AS WELL AS HOURS SPENT IN PRACTICE OUTSIDE CLASS

    ** STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO TAKE ANY ONE OF THE NON CREDIT COURSES WHICH WILL BE ASSESSED AS "SATISFACTORY" OR "UNSATISFACTORY" PERFORMANCE BASED ON COMPLETION OF ASSIGNED ACTIVITIES / TASKS AND SUBMISSION OF REPORT THEREOF

    THE STUDENT IS REQUIRED TO UNDERTAKE 20 WEEKS OF INDUSTRIAL EXPOSURE WITH A CLASSIFIED HOTEL ( 3 STAR AND ABOVE) IN THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONAL DEPARTMENTS:

    FOOD PRODUCTION OPERATIONS

    FOOD & BEVERAGE OPERATIONS

    HOUSEKEEPING / ACCOMODATION OPERATIONS

    FRONT OFFICE OPERATIONS

    * INCLUDES CLASS HOURS AS WELL AS HOURS SPENT IN PRACTICE OUTSIDE CLASS

    ** STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE COMPULSORY CORE MODULE IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES AND WILL BE ASSESSED AS ‘‘PASS’’ OR ‘‘FAIL’’ BASED ON THE PERFORMANCE IN THE EXAMINATION CONDUCTED BY THE UNIVERSITY.

    SEM SUBJECTCODE WEEK WEEK

    DSC 201 BASIC CONTINENTAL FOOD PRODUCTION (THEORY) COMPULSORY 04 04

    DSC 201A BASIC CONTINENTAL FOOD PRODUCTION (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 08 04

    DSC 202 BASIC FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICE II (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    II DSC 202A BASIC FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICE II(PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 02 01

    DSC 203 ROOMS DIVISION OPERATIONS II (THEORY) COMPULSORY 04 04

    DSC 203A ROOMS DIVISION OPERATIONS II (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 04 02

    SEC 101 PERSONALITY SKILLS FOR HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    SEC 101A PERSONALITY SKILLS FOR HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 04 * 02

    30 23

    SUBJECT NAME CHOICE HOURS/ CREDITS/

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  • SEM SUBJECT

    CODE WEEK WEEK

    DSE 101 LARDER & BASIC BAKING (THEORY) ANY ONE 04 04

    DSE 102 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES I (THEORY)

    DSE 103 ACCOMMODATION OPERATIONS II (THEORY)

    DSE 101A LARDER & BASIC BAKING (PRACTICAL) ANY ONE 08 04

    V DSE 102A ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES I (PRACTICAL)* 04 02

    DSE 103A ACCOMMODATION OPERATIONS II (PRACTICAL)* 04 02

    SEC 102 ACCOUNTING SKILLS FOR HOTELS (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    AEC 102 RESEARCHING FOR HOSPITALITY & TOURISM COMPULSORY 02 02MANAGEMENT (THEORY)

    AEC 102A RESEARCHING FOR HOSPITALITY & TOURISM COMPULSORY 08* 04MANAGEMENT (PRACTICAL)

    AEC 103 HOSPITALITY LAW (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    AEE 101-106 SELECT FROM LIST ANY ONE OR TWO* 04 04

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    SUBJECT NAME CHOICE HOURS/ CREDITS/

    SEM SUBJECTCODE WEEK WEEK

    DSE 201

    DSE 202 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES II (THEORY)

    DSE 203 TRENDS IN HOUSEKEEPING (THEORY)

    DSE 201A REGIONAL CUISINES OF INDIA (PRACTICAL) ANY ONE* 08 04

    VI DSE 202A ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES II (PRACTICAL) 04 02

    DSE 203A TRENDS IN HOUSEKEEPING (PRACTICAL) 04 02

    SEC 103 TOURISM OPERATIONS (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    DSCP PROJECT WORK COMPULSORY 12** 06

    AEC 104 HOSPITALITY MARKETING (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    SEE 101-106 SELECT FROM LIST ANY ONE OR TWO** 04 04

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    SUBJECT NAME CHOICE HOURS/ CREDITS/

    REGIONAL CUISINES OF INDIA (THEORY) ANY ONE 04 04

    *

    **STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 102A & DSE 103A MAY TAKE AN ADDITIONAL ABILITY ENHANCING ELECTIVE TO FULFILL THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS (200) REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE ACADEMIC PROGRAMME.

    ALTERNATIVELY, STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 102A MAY UNDERTAKE MINIMUM 04 ODC / PART TIME JOB / WEEKEND JOB WITH REPUTED HOTELS ( 3 STAR AND ABOVE) / RESTAURANTS.

    STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 103A MAY ENGAGE THEMSELVES IN PRACTICAL TRAINING / PART TIME JOB / WITH REPUTED HOTELS (3 STAR AND ABOVE) FOR MINIMUM 32 HOURS IN THE SEMESTER.

    ABILITY ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSES WILL HAVE CONTINOUS ASSESSMENT BASED ON PERFORMANCE IN THE TWO CLASS TESTS AND SUBMISSION OF MINIMUM FOUR ASSIGNMENTS.

    INCLUDES CLASS HOURS AS WELL AS HOURS SPENT IN PRACTICE OUTSIDE CLASS

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  • *STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 202A & DSE 203A MAY TAKE AN ADDITIONAL SKILL ENHANCING ELECTIVE TO FULFILL THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS (200) REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE ACADEMIC PROGRAMME.

    ALTERNATIVELY, STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 202A MAY UNDERTAKE MINIMUM 04 ODC / PART TIME JOB / WEEKEND JOB WITH REPUTED HOTELS ( 3 STAR AND ABOVE) / RESTAURANTS.

    STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 203A MAY ENGAGE THEMSELVES IN PRACTICAL TRAINING / PART TIME JOB / WITH REPUTED HOTELS ( 3 STAR AND ABOVE) FOR MINIMUM32 HOURS IN THE SEMESTER.

    SKILL ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSES WILL HAVE CONTINUOS ASSESSMENT BASED ON PERFORMANCE IN THE TWO CLASS TESTS AND SUBMISSION OF MINIMUM FOUR ASSIGNMENTS

    ** INCLUDES CLASS HOURS AS WELL AS HOURS SPENT OUTSIDE THE CLASS FOR PROJECT RELATED WORK.

    *STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 303A TO DSE 306A MAY TAKE AN ADDITIONAL ABILITY ENHANCING ELECTIVE TO FULFILL THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS (200) REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE ACADEMIC PROGRAMME.

    ALTERNATIVELY, STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 303A AND DSE 304A MAY UNDERTAKE MINIMUM 04 ODC / PART TIME JOB / WEEKEND JOB WITH REPUTED HOTELS ( 3 STAR AND ABOVE) / RESTAURANTS.

    STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 305A AND DSE 306A MAY ENGAGE THEMSELVES IN PRACTICAL TRAINING / PART TIME JOB / WITH REPUTED HOTELS ( 3 STAR AND ABOVE) FOR MINIMUM 32 HOURS IN THE SEMESTER

    ABILITY ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSES WILL HAVE CONTINUOS ASSESSMENT BASED ON PERFORMANCE IN THE TWO CLASS TESTS AND SUBMISSION OF MINIMUM FOUR ASSIGNMENTS

    SEM SUBJECTCODE WEEK WEEK

    VII DSE 301 SELECT FROM LIST (THEORY) ANY ONE 04 04

    DSE 302

    DSE 303

    DSE 304

    DSE 305

    DSE 306

    DSE 301A SELECT FROM LIST (PRACTICAL) ANY ONE * 08 04

    DSE 302A 08 04

    DSE 303A 04 02

    DSE 304A 04 02

    DSE 305A 04 02

    DSE 306A 04 02

    SEC 104 APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS IN HOTELS (THEORY) COMPULSORY 02 02

    SEE104A APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS IN HOTELS (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 04 02

    AEC 105 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    AEC 106 TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    AEE 101-106 SELECT FROM LIST (THEORY) ANY ONE OR TWO* 04 04

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    SUBJECT NAME CHOICE HOURS/ CREDITS/

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  • LIST OF DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC ELECTIVE COURSE (THEORY)

    DSE 301 INTERNATIONAL FOOD PRODUCTION & KITCHEN MANAGEMENT (THEORY)

    DSE 302 ADVANCED BAKING & MANAGEMENT (THEORY)

    DSE 303 BAR OPERATIONS & MANAGEMENT (THEORY)

    DSE 304 FOOD & BEVERAGE OPERATIONS & MANAGEMENT (THEORY)

    DSE 305 FRONT OFFICE MANAGEMENT (THEORY)

    DSE 306 ACCOMMODATION MANAGEMENT (THEORY)

    LIST OF DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC ELECTIVE COURSE (PRACTICAL)

    DSE 301 A INTERNATIONAL FOOD PRODUCTION & KITCHEN MANAGEMENT (PRACTICAL)

    DSE 302 A ADVANCED BAKING & MANAGEMENT (PRACTICAL)

    DSE 303A BAR OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT (PRACTICAL)

    DSE 304 A FOOD & BEVERAGEOPERATIONS & MANAGEMENT (PRACTICAL)

    DSE 305 A FRONT OFFICE MANAGEMENT (PRACTICAL)

    DSE 306 A ACCOMMODATION MANAGEMENT (PRACTICAL)

    *STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 303A - DSE 306A MAY TAKE AN ADDITIONAL SKILL ENHANCING ELECTIVE TO FULFILL THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS (200) REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE ACADEMIC PROGRAMME.

    SKILL ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSES WILL HAVE CONTINOUS ASSESSMENT BASED ON PERFORMANCE IN THE TWO CLASS TESTS AND SUBMISSION OF MINIMUM FOUR ASSIGNMENTS

    STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO UNDERTAKE 13 WEEKS OF INDUSTRIAL EXPOSURE WITH A CLASSIFIED HOTEL ( 3 STAR AND ABOVE) IN THE ANY ONE OF THE DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC ELECTIVE OPERATIONAL DEPARTMENTS:

    LIST OF ABILITY ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSES

    AEE 101 CATERING SCIENCE

    AEE 102 DIETITICS & NUTRITION

    AEE 103 FOOD & BEVERAGECONTROLS

    AEE 104 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

    AEE 105 ORGANISATION BEHAVIOR

    AEE 105 HOTEL ECONOMICS

    AEE 106 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

    LIST OF SKILL ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSES

    SEE 101 FIRST AID

    SEE 102 HOTEL MAINTENANCE

    SEE 103 RETAIL MANAGEMENT

    SEE 104 EVENT MANAGEMENT

    SEE 105 ENTREPRENUERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

    SEE 105 FACILITY PLANNING

    SEE 106 SKILL ENHANCEMENT FOR MEDIA & JOURNALISM IN HOSPITALITY (PRACTICAL)

    SEM SUBJECTCODE WEEK WEEK

    VIII SEE 101-106 SELECT FROM LIST ANY ONE OR TWO* 04 04

    DSE 401

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    SUBJECT NAME CHOICE HOURS/ CREDITS/

    I - 406 I INDUSTRY EXPOSURE & REPORT - II ANY ONE 54 21

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  • Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University

    SEM SUBJECTCODE WEEK WEEK

    I DSC 101 BASIC INDIAN FOOD PRODUCTION (THEORY) COMPULSORY 04 04

    DSC 101 A BASIC INDIAN FOOD PRODUCTION (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 08 04

    DSC 102 BASIC FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICE I (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    DSC 102 A BASIC FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICE I (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 02 01

    DSC 103 ROOMS DIVISION OPERATIONS I (THEORY) COMPULSORY 04 04

    DSC 103 A ROOMS DIVISION OPERATIONS I (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 04 02

    LEE 101 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION*(THEORY)

    LEE 102 BASIC FRENCH (THEORY) ANY ONE 02 02

    LEE 101 A BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (PRACTICAL)

    LEE 102 A BASIC FRENCH (PRACTICAL) ANY ONE 04 ** 02

    NC 101 A COMMUNITY SERVICE ANY ONE *** 02 00

    NC102 A SPORTS ACTIVITIES

    NC 103 A CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

    NC 104 A GENERAL INTEREST ACTIVITIES

    31 22

    SUBJECT NAME CHOICE HOURS/ CREDITS/

    *EXEMPTION OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATION ONLY IF THE CANDIDATE HAS SECURED A MINIMUM OF 55 % & ABOVE IN THE QUALIFYING EXAMINATION.

    ** INCLUDES CLASS HOURS AS WELL AS HOURS SPENT IN PRACTICE OUTSIDE CLASS

    *** STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO TAKE ANY ONE OF THE NON CREDIT COURSES WHICH WILL BE ASSESSED AS "SATISFACTORY" OR "UNSATISFACTORY" PERFORMANCE BASED ON COMPLETION OF ASSIGNED ACTIVITIES / TASKS AND SUBMISSION OF REPORT THEREOF.

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    PROGRAMME STRUCTURE FOR B.Sc (H&HA)

    B.Sc. (H&HA) (6 semesters with subjects)

    Bachelor of Science ( Hospitality and Hotel Administration ) - Three Years

    Under Choice Based Credit System

    DSC: DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC COMPULSORY COURSE

    DSE: DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC ELECTIVE COURSE

    LEC: LANGUAGE ENHANCING COMPULSORY COURSE

    LEE: LANGUAGE ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSE

    NC: NON CREDIT COURSE

    AEC: ABILITY ENHANCING COMPULSORY COURSE

    AEE: ABILITY ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSE

    SEC: SKILL ENHANCING COMPULSORY COURSE

    SEE: SKILL ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSE

  • SEM SUBJECTCODE WEEK WEEK

    II DSC 201 BASIC CONTINENTAL FOOD PRODUCTION (THEORY) COMPULSORY 04 04

    DSC 201A BASIC CONTINENTAL FOOD PRODUCTION (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 08 04

    DSC 202 BASIC FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICE II (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    DSC 202A BASIC FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICE II(PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 02 01

    DSC 203 ROOMS DIVISION OPERATIONS II (THEORY) COMPULSORY 04 04

    DSC 203A ROOMS DIVISION OPERATIONS II (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 04 02

    SEC 101 PERSONALITY SKILLS FOR HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY(THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    SEC 101A PERSONALITY SKILLS FOR HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 04 * 02

    30 23

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    * INCLUDES CLASS HOURS AS WELL AS HOURS SPENT IN PRACTICE OUTSIDE CLASS

    ** STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO COMLETE COMPULSORY CORE MODULE IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES AND WILL BE ASSESSED AS 'PASS' OR 'FAIL' BASED ON THE PERFORMANCE IN THE EXAMINATION CONDUCTED BY THE UNIVERSITY.

    *INCLUDES CLASS HOURS AS WELL AS HOURS SPENT IN PRACTICE OUTSIDE CLASS

    ** STUDENTS MAY TAKE ONE OR TWO ABILITY ENHANCING COURSES TO FULFILL THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS (150) REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE ACADEMIC PROGRAM

    ABILITY ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSES WILL HAVE CONTINUOS ASSESSMENT BASED ON PERFORMANCE IN THE TWO CLASS TESTS AND SUBMISSION OF MINIMUM FOUR ASSIGNMENTS

    *** STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO TAKE ANY ONE OF THE NON CREDIT COURSES WHICH WILL BE ASSESSED AS "SATISFACTORY" OR "UNSATISFACTORY" PERFORMANCE BASED ON COMPLETION OF ASSIGNED ACTIVITIES / TASKS AND SUBMISSION OF REPORT THEREOF.

    SEM SUBJECTCODE WEEK WEEK

    III DSC 301 LARDER & BASIC BAKING (THEORY) COMPULSORY 04 04

    DSC 301A LARDER & BASIC BAKING (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 08 04

    DSC 302 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES I (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    DSC 302A ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 02 01

    DSC 303 ACCOMMODATION OPERATIONS I (THEORY) COMPULSORY 04 04

    DSC 303A ACCOMMODATION OPERATIONS I (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 04 02

    LEC 101 HOTEL FRENCH (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    LEC 101A HOTEL FRENCH (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 04 * 02

    AEE 101-106 SELECT FROM LIST ANY ONE OR TWO** 04 04

    NC 101 A COMMUNITY SERVICE ANY ONE *** 02 00

    NC102 A SPORTS ACTIVITIES

    NC 103 A CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

    NC 104 A GENERAL INTEREST ACTIVITIES

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  • SEM SUBJECTCODE WEEK WEEK

    IV DSE 101

    DSE 102 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES II (THEORY)

    DSE 103 ACCOMMODATION OPERATIONS II (THEORY)

    DSE 101A REGIONAL CUISINES OF INDIA (THEORY) ANY ONE * 08 04

    DSE 102A ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES II (PRACTICAL) 04 02

    DSE 103A ACCOMMODATION OPERATIONS II 04 02

    SEC 102 ACCOUNTING SKILLS FOR HOTELS (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    SEC 103 TOURISM STUDIES (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    AEC 102 HOSPITALITY LAW (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    SEE 101 -106 SELECT FROM LIST ANY ONE OR TWO 04 04

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    SUBJECT NAME CHOICE HOURS/ CREDITS/

    REGIONAL CUISINES OF INDIA (THEORY) ANY ONE 04 04

    *STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 102A & DSE 103A MAY TAKE AN ADDITIONAL SKILL ENHANCING ELECTIVE TO FULFILL THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS (150) REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE ACADEMIC PROGRAMME.

    ALTERNATIVELY, STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 102A MAY UNDERTAKE MINIMUM 04 ODC / PART TIME JOB / WEEKEND JOB WITH REPUTED HOTELS ( 3 STAR AND ABOVE) / RESTAURANTS.

    STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 103A MAY ENGAGE THEMSELVES IN PRACTICAL TRAINING / PART TIME JOB WITH REPUTED HOTELS ( 3 STAR AND ABOVE) FOR MINIMUM 32 HOURS IN THE SEMESTER.

    SKILL ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSES WILL HAVE CONTINUOS ASSESSMENT BASED ON PERFORMANCE IN THE TWO CLASS TESTS AND SUBMISSION OF MINIMUM FOUR ASSIGNMENTS.

    THE STUDENT IS REQUIRED TO UNDERTAKE 22 WEEKS OF INDUSTRIAL EXPOSURE WITH A CLASSIFIED HOTEL ( 3 STAR AND ABOVE) IN THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONAL DEPARTMENTS:

    FOOD PRODUCTION OPERATIONS

    FOOD & BEVERAGE OPERATIONS

    HOUSEKEEPING / ACCOMODATION OPERATIONS

    FRONT OFFICE OPERATIONS

    SEM SUBJECTCODE WEEK WEEK

    V DSC 401 I INDUSTRY EXPOSURE & REPORT - I COMPULSORY 54 30

    54 31

    SUBJECT NAME CHOICE HOURS/ CREDITS/

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    SEM SUBJECTCODE WEEK WEEK

    VI DSE 201 SELECT FROM LIST (THEORY) ANY ONE 04 04

    DSE 202

    DSE 203

    DSE 204

    DSE 205

    DSE 206

    DSE 201A SELECT FROM LIST (PRACTICAL) ANY ONE* 08 04

    DSE 202A 08 04

    DSE 203A 04 02

    DSE 204A 04 02

    DSE 205A 04 02

    DSE 206A 04 02

    SEC 104 APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS IN HOTELS (THEORY) COMPULSORY 02 02

    SEC104A APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS IN HOTELS (PRACTICAL) COMPULSORY 04 02

    AEC 103 HOSPITALITY MARKETING (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    AEC 104 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (THEORY) COMPULSORY 03 03

    SEE 101 -106 SELECT FROM LIST (THEORY) ANY ONE OR TWO* 04 04

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    SUBJECT NAME CHOICE HOURS/ CREDITS/

    *STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 203A - DSE 206A MAY TAKE AN ADDITIONAL SKILL ENHANCING ELECTIVE TO FULFILL THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS (150) REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE ACADEMIC PROGRAMME.

    ALTERNATIVELY, STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 203A AND DSE 204A MAY UNDERTAKE MINIMUM 04 ODC / PART TIME JOB / WEEKEND JOB WITH REPUTED HOTELS ( 3 STAR AND ABOVE) / RESTAURANTS.

    STUDENTS OPTING FOR DSE 205A AND DSE 206A MAY ENGAGE THEMSELVES IN PRACTICAL TRAINING / PART TIME JOB / WITH REPUTED HOTELS ( 3 STAR AND ABOVE) FOR MINIMUM 32 HOURS IN THE SEMESTER

    SKILL ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSES WILL HAVE CONTINUOS ASSESSMENT BASED ON PERFORMANCE IN THE TWO CLASS TESTS AND SUBMISSION OF MINIMUM FOUR ASSIGNMENTS

    LIST OF DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC ELECTIVE COURSE (THEORY)

    DSE 201 INTERNATIONAL FOOD PRODUCTION & KITCHEN MANAGEMENT (THEORY)

    DSE 202 ADVANCED BAKING & MANAGEMENT (THEORY)

    DSE 203 BAR OPERATIONS & MANAGEMENT (THEORY)

    DSE 204 FOOD & BEVERAGE OPERATIONS & MANAGEMENT (THEORY)

    DSE 205 FRONT OFFICE MANAGEMENT (THEORY)

    DSE 206 ACCOMMODATION MANAGEMENT (THEORY)

    LIST OF DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC ELECTIVE COURSE (PRACTICAL)

    DSE 201 A INTERNATIONAL FOOD PRODUCTION & KITCHEN MANAGEMENT (PRACTICAL)

    DSE 202 A ADVANCED BAKING & MANAGEMENT (PRACTICAL)

    DSE 203A BAR OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT (PRACTICAL)

    DSE 204 A FOOD & BEVERAGE OPERATIONS & MANAGEMENT (PRACTICAL)

    DSE 205 A FRONT OFFICE MANAGEMENT (PRACTICAL)

    DSE 206 A ACCOMMODATION MANAGEMENT (PRACTICAL)

  • LIST OF ABILITY ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSES

    AEE 101 CATERING SCIENCE

    AEE 102 DIETITICS & NUTRITION

    AEE 103 FOOD & BEVERAGE CONTROLS

    AEE 104 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

    AEE 105 ORGANISATION BEHAVIOR

    AEE 105 HOTEL ECONOMICS

    AEE 106 FINANCIALMANAGEMENT

    LIST OF SKILL ENHANCING ELECTIVE COURSES

    SEE 101 FIRST AID

    SEE 102 HOTEL MAINTENANCE

    SEE 103 RETAIL MANAGEMENT

    SEE 104 EVENT MANAGEMENT

    SEE 105 ENTREPRENUERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

    SEE 105 FACILITY PLANNING

    SEE 106 SK I L L ENHANCEMENT FOR MEDIA & JOURNALISM IN HOSPITALITY (PRACTICAL)

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    The Address for Communication is

    Infrastructure & facilities

    TRAINING KITCHENS & BAKERY

    COLLEGE LIBRARY

    The institute is located in the Bharati Vidyapeeth's Katraj Educational campus of Katraj-Dhankawadi, in the city of Pune. Pune, popularly known as the Oxford of the East, is located on Deccan Plateau, 560mtrs above sea level with an area of 700sq.km. The city has pleasant weather and

    0 0 temperature ranges between minimum 10 C to maximum 37 C

    Principal,

    Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University,

    Institute of Hotel Management & Catering Technology,

    Pune-Satara Road, Katraj- Dhankawadi, PUNE : 411 043.

    Telephone : (020) 24372761/88 Fax : (020) 24372761

    e-mail : [email protected]

    website: www.bharatividyapeeth.edu/bvhm

    Timings of the Institute

    Weekdays : 8.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

    Saturdays : 8.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.

    Salient Features of BVDUIHMCT, PUNE:

    1. Pioneers in the private hospitality education sector in the city.

    2. 25 years of dedicated contribution to hospitality education.

    3. A spacious building measuring 4500 sqm. Housing well-equipped Kitchens, Bakery, Guest room, Training Restaurant and class rooms.

    4. Library with a vast collection of more than 6750 books and around 1796 e-journals.

    5. Highly qualified teaching faculty with national & International work experience.

    6. Excellent Training & Placement support for national as well as international placements.

    7. An attached Hospitality Training Center with 41 well designed rooms..

    BVDUIHMCT commits itself of providing the students with the best hospitality education beginning with the basic fundamentals-

    The spacious building measuring 4500 sqm. houses the following well-equipped laboratories.

    At BVDUIHMCT, the students learn the essentials of cooking & baking through hands on instruction & practice. Each of our kitchens is well equipped for the purpose.

    Two Basic Training Kitchens - Here aspiring chefs acquire / develop the basic culinary skills.

    One Quantity Training Kitchen - students get an opportunity to cook in large quantities for 300 persons daily which would help them to understand Institutional & Industrial / Volume Catering

    Two Advanced Training Kitchens - Students explore the culinary traditions of many regions/ countries of the world and also indigenous flavours and combinations of the various regions of India.

    One Bakery unit - Students learn the art & science of baking & confectionery.

    It has very rich collection of more than 6500 books. The library is regularly updated by adding the latest books and by subscribing to national, international and e-journals. The BVDUIHMCT library offers extensive resources to support education.

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  • INTERNET BROADBAND FACILITY IS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS IN THE LIBRARY

    COMPUTER LABORATORY

    TRAINING RESTAURANT & BAR

    FRONT OFFICE/RECEPTION

    HOUSEKEEPING

    HOSPITALITY TRAINING CENTRE

    TRAINING & PLACEMENT CELL

    There is a large Reading Hall, wherein students can comfortably read and study. The library is an open access

    library; hence students have very easy access. The students and faculty members have free access to Internet

    facility available in this library.

    Timings: Monday to Friday 8.00am – 4.00 pm Saturday 8.00 am – 1.00 pm

    BVDUIHMCT's computer laboratory features working with Internet access and a variety of software

    applications. The students are provided with basic instructions & assistance by a qualified instructor.

    To give front and back of the house experience of serving customers at the tables the BVDUIHMCT has a

    Training Restaurant & Bar.

    It has a well- equipped Desk with reservation system & sample records to give the students a real life experience

    of handling Front Office operations.

    The institute houses a model guestroom to give the students a feel of five star ambience. The department also

    has a well equipped laundry & linen room.

    The institute has a tastefully designed five star Hospitality Training Centre with 35 Double Rooms and 6 Suites,

    one Conference room and one Coffee-Shop, to have hands on experience for the students. The Hospitality

    Training Centre is in service for the faculty/ examiners who visit Bharati Vidyapeeth Educational Complex.

    It is essential for the students of Hotel Management to have some practical Industrial training before entering

    the world of Hotel Management as a profession. As part of the curriculum, the institute arranges for industrial

    training of 20 weeks duration during the degree programme. Training & placement cell of the institute

    maintains good relationship with the hotel industry which makes it possible for the students to get an

    opportunity to train with reputed hotels. This activity is organized by the specially created Students training and

    placement cell.

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    Number of Library books/Titles/Journals available

    S.No. Course(s) No. of title of the books No. of Volumes Journals

    of the books National E-journals

    1 Hotel Management 4426 6812 9 1796

  • PLACEMENTS

    OUR FACULTY

    The Institute had signed a MOU with Global Education Management services, UK, represented by Mr.

    Frederick Young, Director-GEM. GEM has agreed to assist students for work experience and placement

    in UK, Australia, China and Middle East.

    The institute also takes initiative and gives help and guidance to the students to get them good

    placements in a large number of Hotels & Catering establishments. Over the years, our students have the

    necessary skills, knowledge & attitude that has been developed by the Institute.

    However it will not be the responsibility of the Institute to provide jobs to students subsequent to their completion of the course.

    Our alumni are working in the following hotels :The Oberoi Mumbai, The Taj Mahal, Mumbai Hyatt Regency, Mumbai The Leela, Mumbai Grand Hyatt, Le Royal Meridien, Mumbai, Guest Line, Mumbai, ITC Grand Maratha Sheraton & Towers, Mumbai, JW Marriotts Mumbai, Renaissance Mumbai, Hotel and Convention Centre,The Orchid, Mumbai, Park Hyatt Goa, The Taj Blue Diamond, Pune, Central Park, Pune, Le Meridien, Pune The Sun-n-Sand Pune, Pizza Hut, Pune, and many other hotels, Catering Establishments and Cruise Liners.Campus placement in last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary (Salary mentioned in India only, not considered salary of students who have joined abroad.)

    Experienced and student oriented faculty is an asset to any educational institution. There are fourteen full

    time teaching professionals who have worked in the industry and who have gathered experience and various

    subject experts are on our visiting faculty list.

    They perform the following tasks:

    • Implementation of curriculum to include evaluation of student performance.

    • Obtaining feedback from the industry on student performance and possible deficiencies.

    • Obtaining feedback from the industry on emerging trends, practices and technologies that the student needs

    to be aware of and conversant with.

    • Up gradation of the existing BHMCT syllabus of the University.

    • Creation of new syllabi for BHMCT, BSc(H & HA) new courses of BVDU keeping in mind new practices and

    industry feedback.

    • Planning and conceptualizing co-curricular activities like food festivals and special events.

    • Arranging guest lectures and seminars to make students aware of trends, practices in the industry and

    qualities and attributes required to succeed.

    • Conducting co-curricular competitions to increase student participation and confidence.

    • Providing personal counselling and career guidance to students.

    Sr.no Year No.of students placed salary salary

    01 2016 36 11,500 22,000 15,500

    02 2015 36 10,500 20,000 15,000

    03 2014 38 10,500 18,000 14,250

    Minimum Maximum Average salary

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    A fortnightly general staff meeting is held to discuss future activities and events to be implemented and to solve

    the problems and issues that have occurred in the past fortnight.

    • Active participation in the student council activities and execution of events and competitions.

    • Publication of an institute newsletter ‘PICKLE-JAR’

    • Active participation in the execution of events, festivals and competitions.

    • Purchase of the raw material required by various Training Kitchens as Purchase Managers.

    • Overseeing meal service in the Training Restaurant as Restaurant Managers.

    • Ensuring quick and efficient service of student meals in the Dining Hall as Dining Hall Managers.

    • Participating in various Out Door Catering functions that the institute undertakes.

    • Participating in various outdoor catering functions of the Hotels.

    A fortnightly general staff meeting is held to discuss activities/events to be implemented and the problems/issues

    that have occurred in the past fortnight. The decisions are arrived through a consensus.

    Departmental meetings are conducted to discuss functioning, academic matters, purchase of equipments, staff

    development, students attendance etc. are conducted periodically.

    Various committees have been formed to involve staff in good governance. The staff are the members of the

    following committees:

    a) Purchase Committee b) Sports and Arts Committee

    c) Discipline Committee d) Students Council

    e) Women’s Council f) Grievance redressal Committee

    The periodic meetings of the above committees help in good governance.

    STUDENTS are encouraged periodically for :

    Mechanism / Norms and procedures for democratic / good governance :

    Sr.No Names Qualification Designation Type Date of Joining

    01 Dr.L.S. Chirmulay DHMCT, BTS,MA( TM), M. PHIL,Ph.D I/C Principal Full Time 07/01/2003

    02 Ms.S.A. Sangle DHMCT,P.D.T.T., B.A, DBM, MMS, M.Sc ( HTM) Associate Professor Full Time 01/08/1994

    03 Dr.J.M. Peshave DHMCT, M.COM , M.Sc ( HTM),Ph.D Associate Professor Full Time 01/091998

    04 Mrs.A.S. Hodlur DHMCT, B.A.,M.Sc ( HTM) Associate Professor Full Time 01/07/1999

    05 Mr.A.G. Shinde DHMCT, BHTM. Associate Professor Full Time 09/03/2003

    06 Mr.R. P. Londhe DHMCT, DBM, BHTM. Associate Professor Full Time 22/05/2003

    07 Dr S. H.Mohite B.TECH.(HMCT), M. TECH. (HMCT), Ph. D. Associate Professor Full Time 04/01/2016

    08 Ms A.N.Kolapkar DHMCT, M.Sc.(HTM) Assistant Professor Full Time 18/02/2008

    09 Ms K.R Kanitkar BHMCT,MHM Assistant Professor Full Time 20/07/2016

    10 Ms A.R Janjal B.TECH( HMCT),M. TECH. (HMCT) Assistant Professor Full Time 20/07/2016

    11 Ms M. D.Patil B.TECH( HMCT),M. TECH (HMCT) Assistant Professor Full Time 5/07/2016

    12 Mr S.M.Pawar DHMCT, PG (F&B Mgmt.) Assistant Professor Full Time 5/07/2016

    13 Ms. J.Raju DHMCT, BSc (H & HA), MMS Assistant Professor Full Time 12/12/2016

    14 Ms. S. Suryanarayan BSc (H & HA) , B. Com Assistant Professor Full Time 12/12/2016

    15 Mr..D.Khollam M.Com, Lecturer in Accounts Visiting faculty 10/10/1997

    16 Mr.A.P. Bhupatkar DHMCT ,PDHSM, Lecturer in F & B Service Adjunct faculty 22/10/1997

    17 Mr D.B.Dhone M.E, Lecturer in Engineering Visiting faculty 01/09/2001

    18 Mrs. D. Abhyankar MA (French) Lecturer in Com. Skills/ French Visiting faculty 01/07/2009

    19 Mrs. V. Kadam MSc(Nutrition) Lecturer in Cat.Science Visiting faculty 01/07/2014

    20 Ms. M. B. Inamdar DHMCT Lecturer in Environmental Issues Visiting faculty 1/ 06/ 2015

  • Student feedback on Institutional Governance / Faculty Performance :

    a) Written questionnaire consisting of multiple choice answers is given to the senior students to obtain their

    feedback.

    b) Student’s Council consists of students representatives who are elected by the class who in turn appoint the

    President of the student’s council. The students discuss the grievances put forward by their classmates.

    Solutions to the problems are sought with the help of the class counselors.

    Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students :

    a) A suggestion box has been placed for faculty, staff and students.

    b) The Counselors are available for assisting the students in addressing the grievances.

    c) The Head of the Department is available in case the Counselor is unable to handle the situation.

    d) The Principal of the Institute is available for the faculty, staff and students to redress their grievances.

    e) The women’s council is available for redressal of any kind of sexual harassment to the faculty, staff and

    students.

    f) The Registrar is available if the matter cannot be solved satisfactorily by the Principal.

    g) The Vice Chancellor is available if the matter cannot be solved satisfactorily by the Registrar.

    h) The Chancellor is available if the matter cannot be solved satisfactorily by the Vice Chancellor.

    The Institute has an excellent track record of its students meritorious achievements in the University

    examinations. We believe one cannot create them only in the class room.

    • Sports : Regular outdoor and indoor inter-class tournaments in various sports activities are carried out. In

    the past our students have been selected to play for the University Basketball, Handball and Football team.

    The students are encouraged to participate in various field events.

    • Cultural : Active participation in the cultural activities of the University and the Institute.

    • Food Festival –An annual theme based culinary event showcasing the creativity and organizing skills of the

    students..

    • Seminar : Prominent speakers from the Industry share their views, experience and expertise with the

    students and faculty.

    • Chef Competition : An event for students to showcase their creativity and culinary skills.

    • Cocktail Competitions : An event for students to showcase their bartending skills an art to be mastered.

    • Cake Decoration Competition : An event for students to showcase their baking and innovative cake

    decoration skills.

    • Flower Arrangement Competition : An event for students to display their creativity and imagination in

    flower arrangements.

    Bharati Vidyapeeth has separate boys & girls hostel within the campus. Limited number of girls and boys of

    the Institute are accommodated in the hostels.

    LEARNING OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM :

    HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION :

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  • PROCEDURE AND RULES FOR ADMISSION TO OFFERED COURSES

    1. GENERAL

    BACHELOR DEGREE IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT & CATERING TECHNOLOGY

    BACHELOR DEGREE IN SCIENCE (HOSPITALITY AND HOTEL ADMINISTRATION)

    2. ELIGIBILITY

    BACHELOR DEGREE IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT & CATERING TECHNOLOGY (BHMCT)

    BACHELOR DEGREE IN SCIENCE(HOSPITALITY AND HOTEL ADMINISTRATION)( Bsc.H& HA)

    The information and rules given herein are applicable for admissions to the First year of the full time Degree Programme in

    Information regarding number of seats available and duration for each course:

    A Common Entrance Test will be conducted for the above mentioned courses.

    The seats will be filled on merit based on their performance in HM-2017 test conducted by Bharati

    Vidyapeeth Deemed University at the designated centres.

    One seat over and above the sanctioned intake in each programme will be reserved for sons and daughters

    of migrants from Jammu & Kashmir valley and Defence and Civil Service personnel engaged in fighting against

    terrorists activities in Jammu & Kashmir valley. (Refer D. O. No. F. 10-1/2003-Desk(U) Dated 5-12-2003) The

    candidates to be admitted against these seats must have appeared the HM-2017 test conducted by Bharati

    Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune.

    15 % of the sanctioned intake in each course are reserved for Foreign/NRI/PIO/Institutional Quota Merit

    Category. Candidates desirous of seeking admission through Institutional quota will have to apply separately to

    The Registrar, Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune, on prescribed form. If any seats remain vacant after

    allotment to Foreign/NRI/PIO students they will be allotted to Indian candidates under Institutional Quota Merit

    Category. The students under Institutional Quota Merit category will be admitted on the basis of merit in HM-

    2017.

    The last date for submission of the form for management category is 6th June, 2017 before 5.00 p.m.

    I) To be eligible for Admission to First year Degree in Hotel Management & Catering Technology (BHMCT) the candidate should have Passed the HSC (Std XII) examination of State Board of Secondary and Higher Education or its equivalent examination with compulsory English & Secured minimum 45% marks in aggregate at the HSC (Std XII) examination (40% in case of SC/ST)

    Note: The term ‘aggregate marks’ used here shall mean the grand total marks obtained by the candidate, taken together for all the subjects, based on which the class declaration is made in that particular recognized Board from where the candidate has obtained the HSC passing certificate. The candidate should have completed a minimum of 12 years of formal education (on 10 + 2 basis)

    ii) Those students who have completed the three years Diploma Course in Hotel Management & Catering Technology (National Council or State Board of Technical Education) are eligible to be admitted directly to the seventh semester of BHMCT.

    iii) Those students desirous of taking a transfer from BHMCT to BSc(H & HA) course and vice-versa after

    S.No Name of the course Intake Duration of the course 1 BACHELOR DEGREE IN HOTEL

    MANAGEMENT & CATERING TECHNOLOGY

    60 seats Four years

    2 BACHELOR DEGREE IN SCIENCE (HOSPITALITY AND HOTEL ADMINISTRATION)

    120 seats Three years

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  • completion of first year can do so provided he/she has passed in all the subjects and the students of BSc(H & HA) course have fulfilled the eligibility criteria for BHMCT and subject to availability of seats.

    iv) Those students who have completed first year or second year and desirous of transfer from another college to BVDU IHMCT can be considered if the student fulfills the following conditions.

    (1) The student should have passed in all subjects of the First year and/or Second year.

    (2) The student shall apply to the Principal in the prescribed manner for such transfer provided there are seats vacant in the class.

    (3) An application for a transfer shall invariably be accompanied by –(Ithe mark sheet of the examination passed ii) College leaving certificate (iii) Migration certificate (iv) An undertaking that the student will appear for the subjects which the candidate has not appeared in the first/second year.

    (4) Reason for transfer.

    v) To be eligible for Admission to First year Degree in Science (Hospitality & Hotel Administration) the candidate should have Passed the HSC (Std XII) examination of State Board of Secondary and Higher Education or its equivalent examination with compulsory subject.

    Note: The term ‘aggregate marks’ used here shall mean the grand total marks obtained by the candidate, taken together for all the subjects, based on which the class declaration is made in that particular recognized Board from where the candidate has obtained the HSC passing certificate. The candidate should have completed a minimum of 12 years of formal education (on 10 + 2 basis)

    • Plus two level examination in the 10+2 pattern of Senior Secondary education of any recognized Central/State Board, such as Central Board of Secondary Education and Council for Indian School Certificate Examination or State Boards of Secondary Education.

    • Intermediate of two-year Pre-University Examination conducted by a recognized Board/University.

    • General Certificate Education(GCE) Examination (London/Cambridge/Sri Lanka) at the Advanced (A) level.

    • High School Certificate Examination of the Cambridge University.

    • Any Public School/Board/University Examination in India or in a foreign country recognized by the Association of Indian Universities as equivalent to 10+2 pattern of Senior Secondary Education.

    • Higher Secondary Certificate with Vocational Examination (Any vocational subject)

    • Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the National Open School with a minimum of five subjects including English as one of the subjects.

    3.1 A candidate desirous of seeking admission to the above programme should fulfill the minimum eligibility condition as laid in 2 above.

    3.2 He / she must have appeared for the HM-2017 Test (Written Test) conducted by Bharati Vidyapeeth University at designated centres.

    3.3 The candidates shall be selected for admission on the basis of their ranks in the HM-2017.

    In the case of candidates securing equal aggregate marks their relative rank will be determined on the basis of the following order of preference:

    When the total scores are the same, the candidates will be ranked according to their percentage of marks scored at HSC or its equivalent examination.

    If equal, the candidates will be ranked according to their percentage of marks scored at SSC or its equivalent examination.

    English as a

    QUALIFYING EXAMINATIONS FOR INDIAN STUDENTS

    3. BASIS OF SELECTION FOR ADMISSION TO BHMCT/ B.Sc(H & HA)

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  • When all the above scores are the same, the candidates will be ranked on the basis of computerized random numbering.

    3.4 The candidates shall be selected for admission on the basis of their ranks in the Merit List and the

    availability of the seats in the course of the candidates choice.

    The Entrance Test HM-2017 for admission to BHMCT/BSc(H & HA) programme will be conducted on 13th June, 2017 from 10.00 a.m. onwards. The duration of HM-2017 test will be for two hours. The test will consists of 100 multiple choice questions with four options (a)(b)(c)(d) with only one correct answer. Each question will have one mark. There will be no negative marking. The questions will be generally based on topics like Mathematics (based on curriculum up to SSC (Std X) level of Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Education), Communication Skills, and Logic. The details of subjective questions are as follows:

    1 Reasoning & Logical Deduction 20

    2 Numerical Ability 20

    3 Scientific Aptitude 20 2 Hours

    4 General Knowledge 20

    5 English Language 20

    4. Nature of Entrance Test HM-2017

    Pattern for written examination

    SN Subject No. of Questions Duration

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    5. TEST CENTRES :

    6. APPLICATION PROCEDURE :

    5.1. The HM- 2017 test will be held at the following Centres.

    Sr. No. Name of City

    1 Pune

    2 New Delhi

    5.2 The candidates are requested to indicate their choice of centre at the appropriate place in the

    application form.

    5.3 The authorities of Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, however, reserve the right to make

    suitable change in Centres, venues or schedule of HM – 2017 test subject to exigencies of the

    situation.

    A candidate desirous of appearing for the HM-2017 entrance test is required to complete the prescribed application form and submit to the University along with entrance test fee of Rs. 1,200/- (Entrance test

    fee is non refundable)

    6.1 Online submission of Application form:

    The application form is available online at

    The candidates should strictly follow the instructions given in the website while filling up the application form

    online, and must read the instructions carefully before filling up the online application form. Instructions are

    mentioned at ‘Registration Guide’ menu which is available on website. Before filling up the application form

    online, candidates should:

    a) Create their login credential

    b) Have a scanned image of their recent passport size photograph(Refer to guidelines mentioned on the

    website)

    c) Have a scanned image of their signature, ready before filling up the online application form.

    d) Read the procedure and guidelines for online payments of test fee which is to be made through Credit

    Card / Debit Card / Internet Banking. (Refer to guidelines, terms and conditions for using online

    payment mentioned on the website)

    The candidate may then proceed to fill the form and submit the completed application form. The candidate

    should take a print of payment receipt and completed application form for reference and as a record.

    Candidates should submit the completed online application form on or before the last date mentioned in the

    website.

    contact CET Office, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed

    University, Bharati Vidyapeeth Bhavan, 2nd Floor, Common Entrance Test Cell, Director, CET Online

    Department, L.B.S. Marg, Pune-411030.

    https://www.bharatividyapeethuniversity.net or

    http://bvuniversity.edu.in

    Email Id:

    [email protected]

    For any queries related to Online Registration,

    HelpLine No.(Phone No)- 020-24407163

  • 6.2 Submission of Application form in person / by post / by Courier:

    In case, candidates are not able to fill form online, the application forms are available in person at designated

    centers as mentioned in this brochure and at the CET Office, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Bharati

    Vidyapeeth Bhavan, 2nd Floor, Common Entrance Test Cell, L.B.S. Marg, Pune-411030.

    Phone No. :020-24407131/132/133 FaxNo.: 020-24329675

    The Completed application form along with payment of entrance test fee is to be submitted to the "Admission

    Office, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Bharati Vidyapeeth Bhavan,2nd Floor, Common Entrance Test

    Cell, L.B.S. Marg, Pune 411030 " either in person or through Post / Courier.

    The entrance test fee may be paid in cash or through bank draft on any nationalized Bank or any branch of

    Bharati Sahakari Bank Ltd. drawn in favour of "The Registrar, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University,

    Pune ”, payable at Pune.

    If payment is done through cash, the candidate has to fill up bank challan (available at the Common Entrance

    Test Cell) and deposit the filled up challan and test fee to the Bharati Sahakari Bank main branch on the

    working days of the bank. A copy of the challan along with the completed application form should be

    submitted to the Common Entrance Test Cell after which an acknowledgement receipt will be provided to the

    candidate.

    The last date of submission of application form will be 6th June 2017 before 5:00 pm.

    An incomplete application form or an application form which is not accompanied by necessary payment, will

    not be entertained and processed.

    The University will not be responsible for any delay or loss of application / admission card/counselling

    letter/any communication in transit. Such delay will not be condoned.

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    7. INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE APPLICATION FORMS

    7.1 The Candidate should avoid overwriting, cutting, erasing on the application form. The

    discrepancies in the statements and /or submission of incomplete form will lead to its

    rejection/cancellation of admission.

    7.2 The Candidate’s name mentioned in the form, should be same as mentioned in the documents of

    last qualifying examination. While writing the name on the form, one box for one alphabet is to be

    used and after the end of the word one box should be left blank. In item no. 3 please put figures in

    appropriate box. Suppose your date of birth is 4th November, 1990, it will be written as follows.

    7.3 The candidate should indicate clearly the Test Centre, at which he/she desires to appear for test by

    marking( ) the circle provided against the choice of center.

    7.4 The Address for communication be written in Capital letters in the space provided under item no. 6

    in form, e.g. 161/B, D L W Colony, will be written as under

    0 4 1 1 1 9 9 0

    D D M M Y Y Y Y

    Pune(P)

    B1 6 1 / , D L W C O L O N Y

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  • 7.5 The year of passing to be entered under item no. 12 in the application form is the year in which the

    examination was held and not the year of declaration of result. This information is to be entered in

    figures(e.g. 2017)

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    If the candidate has not passed but is appearing for the HSC examination then the circle provided for

    “Appearing” is to be marked ( )

    7.6 If the Entrance Test Fee/Administrative fee is remitted through a Bank Draft, the name of the Bank is to be

    entered in the space provided.

    7.7 A passport size photograph should be fixed at the appropriate place in the Application Form. The

    photograph should be firmly affixed by using glue. It should not be pinned on the form. The photograph

    should be duly attested by the Principal/Head of the Institution, where the candidate has studied or by a

    Gazette Officer. The Attestation of the photograph should be done in such a way that the photograph is

    not defaced.

    7.8 The Declaration in the Application form should be duly signed by the Applicant.

    8.1 Admission cards for HM-2017 Test will be dispatched by post to the candidate under the certificate of

    posting. The Admission card will indicate Roll number & test center allotted to the candidate with its

    address.

    8.2 The candidate must not mutilate this admission card or change any entry mode therein, after the

    authorities have authenticated it.

    8.3 Incase if the admission card is not received by the CANDIDATE , he/she should contact at the office of

    Bharati Vidyapeeth at New-Delhi, Navi Mumbai & Pune or the Test Centre one day prior to Test during

    working hours for collecting the Duplicate Admission Card. In such a situation, the candidate should

    bring two copies of the photograph along with him/her and a proof of submission/mailing of the

    application form.

    The result of the written test will be declared on by 5.00 pm showing ranking of candidates

    for the programme. Separate merit list will be prepared for Regular category and

    Foreign/NRI/PIO/OCI/Institutional Quota Merit category

    No separate counseling letter will be issued by the University. It shall be the responsibility of the

    candidate to remain present for the counseling on the date and time specified in this brochure.

    10.1 The admission will be done based on Merit of HM-2017 Test and the candidate will be offered seat in the

    course of his/her choice and availability of seat at the time of counselling of the candidate which will be

    held as per schedule at Pune in Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Institute of Hotel Management & Catering

    Technology, Pune-Satara Road Dhankawadi, Pune : 411 043.

    10.2 The Counselling Session will be strictly conducted as per the scheduled time and date given in this

    Brochure. Any candidate whose name features in the result sheet and reporting after scheduled time

    will be offered seat as per availability of seats at the time of his/her turn for counselling.

    The following certificates in original along with duly attested two copies of the same are to be submitted

    at the time of counselling:

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    8. ISSUE OF ADMISSION TEST CARDS

    9. DECLARATION OF RESULT

    10. COUNSELLING AND SPOT ADMISSIONS

    23th June, 2017

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  • • 3 latest passport size colour photographs

    • Statement of Marks (last qualifying examination).

    • Passing Certificate(last qualifying examination).

    • Migration certificate from which the candidate has passed the last examination.

    • Transference/Leaving Certificate from the college last attended.

    • Character certificate from the Principal of the college last attended.

    • Affidavit regarding gap in education on rupees twenty stamp paper, if applicable.

    • Change in name certificate(if any).

    • Caste certificate ( in case of SC/ST).

    • Caste validity certificate ( for SC/ST)

    10.3 It may not be possible to send invitations for counselling to the candidates individually. They may attend counselling session as per the schedule given in this Brochure, on their own. Those candidates whose names feature from rank 1 to 300 and who fail to receive counselling letter, for whatever reason, must bring proof of identity and seek permission to appear for counselling.

    10.4 If any candidate finds it impossible to be physically present for the counselling due to unavoidable circumstances, he/she may authorise any other responsible individual to represent him/her at the counselling. This representative must carry with him/her the letter of authorization in the format given in ANNEXURE I, as well as all the documents listed in 10.2. If the candidate or his representative fails to report for the counselling on the date and the time mentioned in the schedule of counseling, his/her claim for admission to any of the courses will be forfeited. The choice of course made by the candidates / his / her representative will be final and binding and will not be ordinarily altered later.

    10.5 After Scrutiny of their certificates, the candidates are offered admission according to their rank and availability of seats. If the candidate is offered admission he will have to pay the requisite fees in full immediately.

    10.6 At the time of seeking admissions, a candidate will be provisionally admitted to the Programme at the institute subject to the production of the Provisional Eligibility Certificate from the University.

    10.7 The institution shall have the right to satisfy about the conduct and character of a candidate by verifying the antecedents of a candidate through the appropriate police-authority, before admitting him/her to the institution

    The Fees payable by the students are as follows for :

    11. ANNUAL FEE STRUCTURE

    Course Regular Merit Category

    InstitutionalQuotaMerit Category

    Foreign/NRI/

    PIO/ Merit Category

    BHMCT

    BSc(H & HA)

    In addition the students will have to pay the following feesEligibility fee Rs.300,Smart Card Fee Rs 100House Magazine Rs.100.The expenses in connection with Uniform, Kitchen kit, Books-Journals, Printed Forms , University Examination Fees , Industrial Visits, Field work, Summer Training, Seminar,food festivals, Specialized Training Modules, Special Assistance for Placement etc. will be borne by the student over and above the Fees.

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    The fees are to be paid in full at the time of counselling date for the admission. In case of D.D, it should be drawn in favour of ‘The Registrar, BVDU-Pune’.The entire fees should be paid at the time of counselling.

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    Refund of Fees :

    12. UNIFORMS :

    13. RULES OF DISCIPLINE OF THE INSTITUTE

    For rules regarding cancellation of admission and refund of fee refer to the Notice Board at the time of counselling.

    For Food Production White Chef Coat, Checkered grey trousers White full apron, chef

    scarf, chef cap and shoes. Every student should have the Kitchen Kit

    consisting of various tools of the trade (details available in the

    Institute)

    For Food & Beverage Service Full Sleeve White Shirt, Black Uniform Trousers Black Bow and

    Waiter’s Jacket, Black Leather Laced Shoes

    Every student should have the Waiters kit

    For House-Keeping White Lab Coat, Blue Denim Jeans, Shoes

    For Front Office Full Sleeve White Shirt, Grey Uniform Trousers Dotted Tie, Black

    Leather Laced Shoes

    For Ladies : Full Sleeve White Shirt, Grey Uniform A-Line Skirts, Grey

    bow , Skin coloured stockings, Black Leather Shoes.

    13.1 The candidates are informed that the medium of Instruction, for all Programmes is in English

    language only. Hence it is an earnest request that all students should converse in English only

    as it helps the student to improvise in communication.

    13.2 Students should be regular in attending classes, practical, tutorials and submissions of the

    term–work in various subjects. Term shall not be granted to any student if the progress, conduct

    and attendance is not satisfactory.

    13.3 Students, if found indulging in anti national activities contrary to the provisions of the Acts & Laws

    enforced by Government will be liable to be expelled from the Institute without any notice by the

    Principal.

    All the students must be decently dressed and well groomed at all times. However, for Practicals, the

    following Uniform is necessary for admittance.

  • 13.4 Ragging of students in any form within or outside the Institute/Hostel is prohibited. Defaulters will

    be strictly dealt with as per Govt. instructions in this matter.

    13.5 Smoking, drinking (alcohol) and use of ‘Drugs’ is strictly prohibited in the premises of the

    Institute.

    13.6. Vehicle should be parked only in areas provided for the purpose. The Institute accepts no

    responsibility for their safe custody. Vehicles lodged elsewhere may be confiscated.

    13.7. Any change in the address of the student must be intimated by him / her in writing to the institute

    office immediately.

    13.8. Student must use uniforms of prescribed pattern while working in the Laboratories, class –room

    and in the hotels during their training.

    13.9 Students must carry Identity card and produce the same whenever asked by the Institute

    Authorities. Without Identity card, students may not be allowed to enter the Institute premises.

    13.10 Student is expected to read the notices put up on the notice board of the institute. The institute

    accepts no responsibility for loss of any advantage by student due to his failure to read the notice

    in time.

    13.11 In case, a student requires to remain absent for some reasons, he/she will be required to take the

    prior permission of the Principal. However the Institute discourages anyone to remain absent for

    whatever reason unless it is an emergency.

    13.12 If any of the statement made in application form or any information supplied by the student in

    connection with his / her admission is latter on, at any time found to be false or incorrect, his /her

    admission will be cancelled, fees forfeited and he / she will be expelled from the Institute and

    prosecuted by Govt., if deemed necessary.

    13.13 A student shall not go to the press or any other publicity media without permission of the Principal.

    13.14 Any damage to the Institute’s property, apparatus, furniture, equipment, library books, building

    etc. must be paid for immediately by the student.

    13.15 Students must attend Social and National events organized by the Institute such as 26th January,

    10th May and 15th August, and all other declared National celebrations.

    13.16 Student will be bound by the rules and regulations framed by the University from time to time.

    13.17 No students will be allowed to appear for the Examination unless he / she has paid all his / her

    dues and completed his / her journals and has satisfactory attendance.

    13.18 Student are expected to behave properly, decently and with the decorum to see that they do not

    cause any inconvenience to others & obey the rules & regulations of the Institute in all respects.

    13.19 Loud talking, loitering, or congregating in the premises and disturbing the laboratory and classes

    should be totally avoided.

    13.20 If consistent satisfactory progress is not observed, a candidate may be advised to leave the course

    and his guardian informed accordingly. The Principal may remove any student from the roll of the

    institute for his / her continued absence, misconduct or misbehaviour or unsatisfactory progress

    etc.

    13.21 A student having not brought the required equipment, journals etc. may be refused admission to

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  • lectures and laboratory and may be marked absent for the day.

    13.22 The attendance of the day will be only given if the students has attended all lectures and practicals

    for the day. A minimum of 75% attendance in each subject( theory / practicals) is required. If the

    student does not have the minimum of attendance he will not be allowed to appear for the

    examination.

    13.23 Failed students will be allowed to appear for the Examination as per the rules laid down by the

    University.

    13.24 It will entirely be the responsibility of parents / guardian to keep themselves closely in touch with the

    progress of their son / daughter / ward.

    13.25 Students are expected to observe cleanliness in the premises at all times.

    13.26 Lunch given in the Institute is not statutory obligation on the part of the Institute. Students are

    required to accept what is offered as training food.

    13.27 Students will be sent to established hotels for training during the tenure of their study in this institute.

    No private Outdoor Catering Activity or Food service orders will be taken by student without

    permission from the Principal. The Principal may take action against students who indulge in this

    practice.

    13.28 Students must attend theory classes, practicals of the institute and must visit catering

    establishments and take part in indoor and outdoor activities arranged by the institute.

    13.29 All students must appear for the examination, tests and must not absent themselves for any

    curricular and extracurricular activities. Such absence without leave may lead to loss of term work,

    since to keep a term, a student has to complete, the course of study prescribed.

    13.30 No use of mobile phones are permitted in the institute.

    13.31 Any legal matters arising out of the total admission process of BHMCT-2017 through All India

    Common Entrance Test of Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune - 30 i.e. BHMCT-2017

    will be in the courts of Pune, Maharashtra State.

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  • Note :

    As per the directions of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India Order No. SLP(C) No. 24295/2004 and SLP No.

    143656/2005, WP (C) No. 173/2006 and SLP(C) No. 24296-24299/2004 all the students are hereby

    informed the following.

    “If any incidents of ragging comes to the notice of the authority, the concerned students shall be given liberty to

    explain and if his explanation is not found satisfactory the authority would expel him from the institution.”

    All the students should note the above directives from the Supreme Court.

    Registrar

    (Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University)

    Teachers to be contacted in case of Ragging

    Ms. Sunita Sangle -9850664514

    Mr. Anil Shinde-9422346179

    Dr. Jyoti Peshave- 9423010202

    Ms. Awanti Hodlur-9422530876

    Mr. Rupesh Londe-9373326849

    Dr. Sagar Mohite- 7798155669

    The students and the parents will have to submit the printouts of antiragging

    undertaking online on the following websites

    website 1: www.antiragging.in

    2: www.amanmovement.org

    This has to be submitted immediately after the conformation of the admission.

    IMPORTANT NOTICE

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    Authorisation For Representative

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