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Dr. Hemraj Patil

Name of Teaching Staff Dr. Hemraj Patil
Designation Assistant Professor
Mr. Hemraj Narhar Patil: University of Pune Approval No: CCO/2058, dtd. 09.03.2010 w.e.f. 24.12.2009
Qualifications PhD in HMCT, MTM, BSC-HTM, B.A (English), DHMCT


He has completed PhD in Hotel Management from Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University in July 2018. He has published more than 12 research papers in National & International Journals. Teaching in Hotel Management Colleges from a decade. He specializes in Bakery & Confectionery & has a sound knowledge of the International cuisine as well. He has also initiated Nation Service Scheme (NSS) in this college.

He started his career from the Royal Mirage Hotel, Dubai in the year 1999 – 2000. He has to his credit the nomination for the best employee of the year award in the same organization. He then shifted to Hilton Kuwait Resort as Demi-chef de Partie. He has also won the best chef prizes in International Chefs’ Competitions by Nestles held in Dubai. In the year 2003, the winning recipe for this competition was published in the menus of Masters Nestle Book. After his stint in the international hotel, he joined the Carnival Cruise line as a patissieur. This international exposure has helped to develop his knowledge and skills, thus making him a Chef par excellence.


Professional Experience Hotel/Organization Designation Held From To
Royal Mirage Hotel, Dubai Commis II 3rd July 1999 12th September 2000
Kuwait Regency Palace Hotel, Kuwait Baker 11th December 2000 7th August 2002
Kuwait Hilton Resort, Kuwait Demi chef de partie 25th January 2003 8th February 2004
Raj Bakery Bakery incharge 1st April 2004 30th June 2005
Carnival Cruise Lines, USA Patissier 14th February 2007 16th October 2007
Metropolitan IHMCT, Pune Lecturer 25th July 2005 31st January 2007
Maharashtrs State IHMCT, Pune Lecturer 2nd January 2008 31st December 2008
AISSMS college of HMCT, Pune Assistant Professor 2nd January 2009 Continued