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MANDATORY DISCLOSUREFor the year 2018-2019I)Name Of The Institution :Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed UniversityInstitute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology.Pune – Satara Road, Katraj – Dhankawadi,Pune – 411 043.Tel: 020 – 24372761 / 24372788.Fax: 020 – 24372761E – Mail: bvhmpune@vsnl.com ; bvhmpune@gmail.comII) Name And Address Of The Director :Prof. Dr. Lalita S. ChirmulayBharati Vidyapeeth University Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology. Pune – Satara Road,Katraj – Dhankawadi, Pune – 411 043.Tel : 020 – 24372761 / 24372788.Fax : 020 – 24372761E– mail : lalitachirmulay@yahoo.comIII)Name Of The Affiliating University :The Institute is a Constituent unit of Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University

IV) Governance: Members of the Board and their brief background : Name of theDesignationRemarksMembersSr. No01.Dr. S. S. KadamChairman02.Dr. K. D.JadhavMember03. Dr. A. R. BhaleraoMemberVice Chancellor, BVDU, Ex-member of UGCMember of the Indian Institute of Science, Member ofvarious Boards of Pharmacy, Member of the ManagementCouncil of the University of Pune, an Educationist who hasbeen actively involved for the last 30 years.Joint Secretary – Higher Education, BVU, Principal –Y.M.College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Member ofBoard of Studies, Senate, Academic Council of theUniversity of Pune, has been actively involved in teachingfor last 25 years.Principal – College of Engineering.04.Dr. A. B. JadhavMemberPrincipal – Homoeopathic Medical College, have beenthere since 1990.05.Mr. V KharcheMemberPrincipal – J.N.I.O.T, working in the Institute since 198906.Mr. AjitDharmadhikariMemberHotel Consultant for Bramha Group, Has been in the HotelIndustry for the last 30 years.07.Mr.Virendra GaurMemberProprietor – Raj Restaurant. Has been in the Hotel Industryfor the last 28 years.08.Ms. KavitaAmarnani09.10.Mr. DariusBuhariwalaMrs. L. S.Chirmulay MemberMemberMember /SecretaryProprietor- Kwizine-Corporate Catering. Has beenWorking in the hotel industry for the last 28 years.Resident Manager – The Sagar Plaza. Has been in the hotelindustry for the last 24 years.Principal has a wide experience in the hotel industry as wellas in teaching for the last 30 years. Been a Chairman ofBoard of Studies-HM & Academic council for BVDU andactively involved with the periodic revision of the syllabi ofthe courses offered

Members of the Academic Advisory Board : Name of theSr. NoDesignationRemarksMembersVice Chancellor, BVDU, Ex-member of UGCMember of the Indian Institute of Science, Member ofvarious Boards of Pharmacy, Member of the01. Dr. S. S. KadamChairmanManagement Council of the University of Pune, anEducationist who has been actively involved for the last30 years.Joint Secretary – Higher Education, BVU, Principal –Y.M.College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Member ofBoard of Studies, Senate, Academic Council of the02. Dr. K. D. JadhavMemberUniversity of Pune, has been actively involved inteaching for last 25 years.Member04.Dr. A. B. JadhavMemberPrincipal – Homoeopathic Medical College, have beenthere since 1990.05.Mr. V. KharcheMemberPrincipal – J.N.I.O.T, working in the Institute since 198906.Mr. AjitDharmadhikariMember07.Mr.Virendra GaurMember08.Ms. KavitaAmarnaniMemberProprietor- Kwizine-Corporate Catering. Has beenWorking in the hotel industry for the last 28 years.09.Mr. DariusBuhariwalaMemberResident Manager – The Sagar Plaza. Has been in thehotel industry for the last 24 years.Member /SecretaryPrincipal, has a wide experience in the hotel industry aswell as in teaching for the last 30 years. Been aChairman of Board of Studies-HM & Academic councilfor BVDU and actively involved with the periodicrevision of the syllabi of the courses offered10. Principal – College of Engineering.03. Dr. A. R. BhaleraoDr. .L.S.ChirmulayHotel Consultant for Bramha Group, Has been in theHotel Industry for the last 30 years.Proprietor – Raj Restaurant. Has been in the HotelIndustry for the last 28 years. Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic : Twice a Year Advisory Board

Organizational chart and Processes : ChancellorPro. – ChancellorVice – ChancellorGoverning BodyPrincipalVice – PrincipalAssociate ProfessorAssistant Professor /LibrarianAdministrative Officer/ AccountantClerk/Lab Assistant/Library AssistantPeon/Attendant/Gardener/Watchman Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs / improvements FACULTY:1. Implementation of Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) for both the programmes offered, BHMCT &B.Sc (H&HA)2. Industry- Institute interaction and arranging guest lectures and seminars to make students aware oftrends, practices in the industry and qualities and attributes required to succeed.3. Obtaining feedback from the industry on student performance and scope for improvement.4. Obtaining feedback from the industry on emerging trends, practices and technologies that the studentneeds to be aware of and conversant with.5. Incorporating industry feedback in the creation of new syllabi for BHMCT and BSc (H & HA) coursesof BVDU keeping in mind new trends.6. Planning and conceptualizing co-curricular activities like food festivals and special events.7. Conducting co-curricular competitions to increase student participation and confidence.8. Providing personal counseling and career guidance to students.9. A fortnightly general staff meeting to discuss future activities and events to be implemented and action tobe taken to deal with problems and issues.10.Interaction with other stake holders such as parents, peers and society towards development of students.STUDENTS:1. Active participation in the student council activities and execution of events and competitions.2. Publication of an institute newsletter.

3.4.5.6.7.Active participation in the execution of sports and extracurricular activities.Purchase of the raw material required by various Training Kitchens as Purchase Managers.Overseeing staff 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 in the industry as well asUniversity events.Mechanism / Norms and procedures for democratic / good governance:1) A fortnightly general staff meeting to discuss future activities and events to be implemented and actiontaken to deal with problems and issues. The decisions are arrived through a consensus.2) Departmental meetings to discuss functioning, academic matters, purchase of equipments,staff development, students attendance etc. are conducted periodically.3) Various committees have been formed to involve more staff in good governance. The staff arethe members of the following committees:a)Library Committeed) Student’s Councilg) Grievance Redressal Committeeb) Sports and Arts Committeee) Women’s Councilh) Newsletter Committeec) Discipline Committeef) Anti Ragging Committeei) National Service SchemeThe periodic meetings of the above committees help in good governance. Student feedback onInstitutional Governance / Faculty Performance:a)Written questionnaire consisting of multiple choice answers is given to the senior students toobtain their feedback.b)Student’s Council consists of student’s representatives who are elected by the class who inturn appoint the President of the student’s council. The students discuss the grievances put forward bytheir 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 Principal of the Institute is available for the faculty, staff and students to redress their grievances.c) The women’s council is available for redressal of any kind of sexual harassment to the faculty, staffand students.The Registrar, BVDU is available if the matter cannot be solved satisfactorily by the Principal. TheVice Chancellor is available if the matter cannot be solved satisfactorily by the Registrar.The Chancellor is available if the matter cannot be solved satisfactorily by the Vice-Chancellor.V) PROGRAMMES : Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE : Bachelor’s programme in Hotel Management and Catering Technology. a) Number of Seats : 60b) Duration : 04 Yearsc) Cut off mark/rank for admission during the last three years :

Sr. No.Year of 2014-201562013-2014FeesAnnual College feesTuition FeesGeneral Fees1,00,000NRI/ Foreign/PIOUSD 6,500Cut off Marks45%45%45%45%45%45%Total1,00,000USD 6,500PLACEMENT FACILITIES:The Institute takes initiative and gives help and guidance to the students to get them good placementsin a large number of hotels and catering establishments. Over the years, our students have thenecessary skills, knowledge and attitude that is required in the Hospitality Industry.The students are working in the following hotels:The Oberoi - Mumbai, the Taj Mahal – Mumbai, Hyatt Regency – Mumbai. The Leela – MumbaiGrand Hyatt – Mumbai, Le Royal Meridien – Mumbai, Guest Line – Mumbai, ITC Grand MarathaSheraton – Mumbai,JW Marriotts – Mumbai,Renaissance Mumbai Hotel And Convention Centre.The Orchid – Mumbai, Park Hyatt- Goa, The Taj Blue Diamond – Pune, Le Meridien – Pune, TheSun-N-Sand Pune, and many other hotels, Catering establishments and Cruise Liners.The students have also pursued further studies in United Kingdom, Switzerland, France, Australia,New Zealand and USA and are doing extremely well in the field of Hospitality.Campus placement in last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary are asfollows:Sr. No0102030405Year20182017201620152014No of tudents have proceeded to USA/UK/Germany under the internship programme / work experienceprogramme – their stipend not considered.VI) THERE IS NO FOREIGN COLLABORATION AS FAR AS THE COURSE IS CONCERNED.

FACULTYBranch wise list faculty members: Permanent Faculty Visiting Faculty Adjunct Faculty Guest FacultyNumber of faculty employed and left during the last three yearsSr.NoNameQualificationDesignationTypeDate ofJoiningPh.D., DHMCT, BTS,M.A.(Tourism) M. PhilDHMCT, BA, PDTT, DBM,MMSPh.D., M.Com, MSc(HTM)DHMCTPrincipal(December 2016)Full Time 07/01/2003Associate ProfessorFull Time 08/01/1998Associate ProfessorFull Time 11/01/2000DHMCT, BA, MSc(HTM)Associate ProfessorFull Time 07/01/200305 Mr. A. ShindeDHMCTAssociate ProfessorFull Time 09/03/200306 Mr. R. LondheDHMCT, DBMAssociate ProfessorFull Time 22/05/200307 Dr. Sagar H. MohitePh.D., MHM, BHMCTAssociate ProfessorFull Time 01/12/201508 Ms A KolapkarDHMCT, MSc(HTM)Assistant ProfessorFull Time 18/02/200808 Mr Swapnil PawarDHMCT, PG (F&B)Assistant ProfessorFull Time 01/07/201609 Mrs. Madhuri PatilB.Tech(HMCT)Assistant ProfessorFull Time 01/07/201610 Ms. Archana JanjalM.Tech(HM),B.Tech(HMCT)Assistant ProfessorFull Time 20/07/201611 Ms. Ketki KanitkarBHMCT, M.Sc(HM)Assistant ProfessorFull Time 20/07/201612 Ms. Shailaja SuryanarayanB.Sc.(H&HM),B.ComAssistant ProfessorFull Time12/12/16Assistant ProfessorFull Time12/12/16Assistant ProfessorFull Time24/07/17Part Time24/07/1701 Dr. L. S. Chirmulay02 Ms. S. A. Sangle03 Dr. J. Peshave04 Mrs. A. S. Hodlur13 Ms.Jyoti Raju14 Ms. Prajakta Parasnis15 Ms. Sharvari AmitGokhale16 Mrs. Ashima DeshpandeMMS, PGDBM, B.Sc.HTM,B.Sc(H&HA), DHMCTMSc. HMCT, BSc in HotelManagement, DHMCT , BAEnglishBSc in Hotel Management,Catering Technology andApplied NutritionMaitrise de HotellerieMBA Marketing, BHMTTAssistant ProfessorAssistant ProfessorPart Time 05/07/201717 Ms M InamdarDHMCTAssistant Professor18 Mr. D. KhollamM.Com.Lecturer in AccountsVisiting10/10/1997MA (French)Communication SkillsVisiting01/07/200920 Mr D.B.DhoneM.EEngineeringVisiting01/09/201721 Mr. SuryavanshiB.A. LLB.Lecturer in LawVisiting05/07/2017MSc. (Nutrition)Catering ScienceVisiting01/07/201419 Mrs Devyani Abhyankar22 Ms.Vrushali KadamPart Time 08/11/2005

VIII. FEELimited seats for boys and girls is available in the hostel in the educational complex. The hostel fees are asfollows :Sr. No.01020304ParticularsHostel ChargesMess ChargesRefundable DepositAdmission FeesSr.No.Amount87,500/-CET QUOTACategory1. Admission Fee2. Tuition FeeUniversity fee(Examination fee,3. Registration fee etc.)4. Hostel fee (Rent etc.)5. Laboratory fee6. Library fee7. Other fee8. Development fee9. Refundable DepositBeing charged by theFixed by the University Institution1,00,0001,00,0001,00,0001,00,000THE POLICY OF REFUND OF THE FEE, IN CASE OF WITHDRAWAL, IS AS FOLLOWS:The Candidates cancelling their confirmed admission will be entitled to receive the refund of feesaccording to the following rules:1. In the event of student withdrawing before the starting of the particular course, the entire feecollected from the student, after a deduction of the processing fee of Rs.1000/-(one thousand) shall berefunded.2. If a student submits his/her application for cancellation of admission in a prescribed form dulycompleted within 15 calendar days from the date of admission to that particular course, ten percent ofthe total amount of tuition fee prescribed for the course will be deducted from the amount of tuitionfees paid by him/her as administrative and other charges.3. If a student submits his/her application for cancellation of a of admission in a prescribed form dulycompleted within 30 calendar days from the date of admission to that particular course, Twenty- fivepercent of the total amount of tuition fee prescribed for the course will be deducted from the amount oftuition fees paid by him/her as administrative and other charges.4. The tuition fee will not be refunded either in part or in full, if the student submits his/her applicationfor cancellation of his/her admission after 30 calendar days from the date of admission to that course.

5. If any student admitted to any of the course leaves the course anytime after 90 calendar days afterhis/her admission to that particular academic year, he/she will be required to pay full amount of tuitionfees for the remaining entire duration of the course (4-YearsBHMCT)Ix. Admission to four years degree programme in HOTEL MANAGEMENT & CATERINGTECHNOLOGY [BHMCT]Sanctioned seats – 60 Year of Approval – Since 1997Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last three yearsSr. 90000000300Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and numberadmitted – NilDuring the last two years no applications were received under the management quotaX. Admission ProcedureThe entrance test for admissions to BHMCT programme is conducted by Bharati Vidyapeeth University througha Common Entrance Test. www.bharatividyapeeth.eduBHARATI VIDYAPEETH UNIVERSITY CONDUCTS THE ENTRANCE TESTXICRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSIONEligibility:To be eligible for admissions to First year Degree in Hotel Management and catering technology(BHMCT)the candidate should have passed HSC examination of State Board of Secondary and Higher Education orits equivalent examination with compulsory English and secured minimum 45% marks.(aggregate) at theHSC(std XII) examination (40% in case of SC/ST)

The pattern for the written examination is:Sr. No.SubjectNo of QuestionsDuration1Reasoning and Logical Deduction202Numerical Ability and Scientific Aptitude202 hours3Service and Hospitality Aptitude204General Knowledge205English Language20THE ADMISSIONS ARE BASED ON MARKS SCORED AT ENTRANCE TEST ONLYFor the year 2017-2018 the entrance test was conducted by BVDU. All students got admission.Display marks scored in Test etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who were admitted. LIBRARY :Sr.No.1Course(s)Number of titles ofNumber of volumesthe booksHotel ournals09NilThe Institute has subscribed to EBSCO for online journals. Presently there are national / international1981 e-journals available.INTERNET BROADBAND FACILITY IS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS IN THE LIBRARYList of Major Equipment/Facilities :- Name of the Laboratory/Workshop Total Area of lab/ workshopMajor equipmentBasic Training Kitchen139.45Kitchen Equipment.Quantity Training Kitchen139.45Kitchen Equipment.Advanced Training Kitchen139.45Kitchen Equipment.Advanced Training Kitchen II139.45Kitchen Equipment.Bakery58.40Oven.House Keeping Department111.75Training Restaurant139.45Washing Machine,Vacuum Cleaners.Bar Equipment.Computer Laboratory60.20Computers.Games and Sports Facilities: Regular inter-class tournaments in various sports activities are carried out. In the pastour students have been selected to play for the University Basketball Team and Football team. The students are encouraged to participate in various field events. Bharati Vidyapeeth provides a spacious play-groundfor these activities.

Extra Curriculum Activities: 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.Active participation in the local cultural activities in Pune as well as in the Institute : Food Festival : A regular event in the Institute Seminar : Prominent speakers from the Industry share their views, experience and expertise with the students. Chef Competition : A must for students to show their creativity and skills. Cocktail Competition : An art to be mastered Cake Decoration competition : Can be very innovative Flower Arrangement competition: Students are highly imaginative. Cookery & Bakery Demonstration : To acquire new concepts ODC’s a regular feature for Industry Institute interaction Pickle Jar a in house newsletter to enhance the writing skills Chef Club: What’s cooking? Field Visits : To know the new procedures and processes followed in the industry Parties and Get-to-gathers : to know each other better Number of Classrooms and size of eachParticularsClass RoomsNumber of roomsRequirement as Available in theper normsinstitution0303Carpet area of each room (Sq.m)Requirement as per Available in thenormsInstitution66 x 369 x 3Tutorial Hall030336 x 354 x 3Computer Centre010175 x 160 x 1Library0101150 x 1191 x 1Laboratories &workshops1010142512591920402293Total Curricula and syllabi for each of the programme as approved by the University. Sub: Dates of commencement and conclusion of the first and the second term for the academic year

Teaching Load of each Faculty Internal Continuous Evaluation System consists of 10 marks for tutorialwork or term papers and 10 marks for seminars/performance of practical’s and continuous assessmentcomprising of attendance, journal work, grooming etc

SR. NO.123456789101112131415161718NAME OF THE FACULTYDESIGNATIONTEACHING LOADPRINCIPAL3 HoursPROF. DR.SUNITA SANGLEASSOCIATE PROFESSOR14 Hours and Trainingand PlacementPROF. DR. JYOTI PESHAVEASSOCIATE PROFESSOR20 HoursPROF. AWANTI HODLURASSOCIATE PROFESSOR20 HoursPROF. ANIL SHINDEASSOCIATE PROFESSOR20 HoursPROF. RUPESH LONDHEASSOCIATE PROFESSOR21 HoursPROF. DR.SAGAR MOHITEASSOCIATE PROFESSOR21 HoursPROF. AMITA KOLAPKARASSISTANT PROFESSOR18 HoursPROF. MADHURI PATILASSISTANT PROFESSOR19 HoursPROF. SWAPNIL PAWARASSISTANT PROFESSOR21 HoursPROF. ARCHANA JANJALASSISTANT PROFESSOR20 HoursPROF. KETKI KANITKARASSISTANT PROFESSOR20 HoursPROF. JYOTI RAJUASSISTANT PROFESSOR20 HoursASSISTANT PROFESSOR19 HoursASSISTANT PROFESSOR21 HoursASSISTANT PROFESSOR19 HoursASSISTANT PROFESSOR19 HoursASSISTANT PROFESSOR19 HoursPROF.DR. LALITACHIRMULAYPROF. SHAILAJASURYANARAYANANPROF. PRAJAKTAPARASNISPROF. ASHIMADESHPANDEPROF. VAIDEHIKHANOLKARPROF. AMAR CHAVAN

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various Boards of Pharmacy, Member of the Management . The Oberoi - Mumbai, the Taj Mahal – Mumbai, Hyatt Regency – Mumbai. The Leela – Mumbai . 6 2013-2014 45% Fees Annual College fees Tuition Fees Total General Fees 1,00,000 1,00,000

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