Eligibility for admission (as per SPPU rules)
The candidates should have passed the higher secondary certificate H.S.C (XIIth Std) Through Maharashtra State Board or its Equivalent Board in Arts/Science/Commerce stream or MCVC/Home Science or it’s equivalent in any stream or vocational with a minimum aggregate of 50%.
However, in the case of reserved & certain specified categories as per University’s rules, this would be relaxed to 45%.
How to apply in person or through post
- Application for admission to the B.Sc (H.S) Certificate course should be made on the prescribed form by interested students.
- The prescribed form along with the prospectus can be collected from the college office personally.
- The admission form duly filled with all requisite documents should be submitted to college within the date prescribed for receipt of the admission forms. Incomplete and incorrect forms will not be accepted.
- Admission forms will be scrutinized by the college and appropriate authorities. Admission is granted solely on the discretion of the college authorities.
- The students should pay the prescribed fees at the cash counter of the college on the same day when his/her admission form is signed by the appropriate authorities, failing will cancel the admission automatically.
- The fee receipt should be preserved by the students.
Prospectus and admission form
Application form and prospectus can be obtained from the administrative officer, Ambrosia Institute of Hotel Management (AIHM), Ambrosia Resort, Sr.No 38/2 Campus, Bawdhan, Khurd, Pune 411021. Request for the application form and prospectus must accompany with the DD drawn in the name of Ambrosia Institute of Hotel Management, Pune, plus postage if any required, or collect the form and prospectus personally on payment of Rs.500/- at the college office counter.
The tuition fee and other fees for B.HS are changed according to norms prescribed by the SPPU. They are subject to change from time to time as required by the SPPU or the Government of Maharashtra.
Fees should be deposited in cash in the Bank of India, Karve road branch, Pune 411004 on the same day when the admission is confirmed or else the student will be considered to have withdrawn his application and accordingly admission will stand cancelled.
Students belonging to backward classes can avail of prescribed concessions in tuition fees.
Students of all other categories have to pay the fees at the time of admissions.
Candidates from ‘outside Maharashtra’, and from NRI quota and overseas students have to pay higher fees.
Candidates from ‘outside Maharashtra’ have been described by the SPPU as follows and which means:
- A candidate whose domicile status is outside Maharashtra and has passed his qualifying examination from a university outside Maharashtra, He will be eligible for admission as a candidate from outside Maharashtra.
- A candidate whose domicile status is outside Maharashtra state, but who has passed his qualifying examination from a statutory university in the state of Maharashtra, but has passed his HSC or its equivalent examination from a recognized school outside the state of Maharashtra will be eligible for admission to an institution which lies in the jurisdiction of the university. He will be considered as a candidate from outside Maharashtra State.
- A candidate whose domicile status is outside Maharashtra state, but who has passed his/her HSC, or equivalent examination from outside Maharashtra State, while filling in the application form for admission he/she should indicate the domicile status as ‘other than Maharashtra’.
NRI and Overseas Students
Students seeking admissions in the NRI category through the SPPU will not be subsequently accommodated in any other category and will continue to pay fees applicable for NRI category throughout all the years of the course.
Overseas students desirous of securing admission to this college should contact foreign students cell at the SPPU for obtaining a proper letter of admission from them. They will be admitted to the college only if they produce such a letter of admission issued by the SPPU.
Quotas and Reservations
The college follows the government policies and guidelines for reservation while allocating seats in this category. Students desirous of getting admission in any of the reserved categories must provide with the form all supporting documents issued by the appropriate and prescribed component authority, without which the application will be considered for open category.
Students who do not seek admission within reserved categories, or who have applied in the open category, will not later be considered for any reserved category.
The students require to have at least 75% attendance in each course. The students who fail to comply with this requirement shall not be allowed to appear for the University examinations.
Such students shall have to seek re-admission in the same class in the succeeding year.
Faculty both teaching staff and administrative staff are appointed as per University Rules.
BSc HS Syllabus 2017 Pattern
First Year B.Sc. (Hospitality Studies) Syllabus for the Academic Year 2016-17 – Click this Link to View or Save
Second Year B.Sc. (Hospitality Studies) Syllabus for the Academic Year 2017-18 – Click this Link to View or Save
BSc HS Syllabus 2019 CBCS Pattern
First Year B.Sc. (Hospitality Studies) Choice Based Credit System Syllabus for the Academic Year 2019-20 – Click this Link to View or Save
Letters of Permission:
- State Government Permission Letter No. NGC 2006/(299/06)/ME-3 Higher Technical Education Department, Mumbai, dated 03.07.2006
- Approval by SPPU Reference letter No.CA/1884, dated 19.4.2007.
- Intake Capacity: 60 per Division
- Date of Commencement: Beginning of July every year.