The B.M.S. Institute of Technology and Management is a private engineering college in Bangalore, Karnataka, India affiliated to the Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum. It was founded by B S Narayana, son of educationist B M Sreenivasaiah, and is managed by the B M S Educational Trust. It is the sister institution of B M S College of Engineering, a well established government aided engineering college in India. B.M.S. Institute of Technology is recognized as a research centre by Visvesvaraya Technological University. B M S Institute of Technology is located on SH-9, KA, a little distance away from Bangalore, in an open and sparsely populated and built area, known as Avalahalli. Initially, starting out with six disciplines of engineering, viz., Electronics and Communication, Computer Science, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Telecommunications Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, information science, Civil Engineering, the college offers a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Information Science, and a Bachelor of Architecture degree, in addition to Bachelor of Engineering degrees in the five aforementioned disciplines. The college was granted the status of a Research Institution by the Visvesvaraya Technological University in 2005.
BMS Institute of Technology's 21 acre (10 ha) campus about 5 km north of Yelahanka Satellite Town, on SH-9. The campus contains The Main Academic Block, the B S Narayan memorial Block, the Administrative Block, and three blocks of the boys' hostel, an amphitheatre, and several sports pitches and courts. The Academic block houses the departments of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering, administrative and accounts section, the chamber of the Principal, seminar hall and a data center. The B S Narayan memorial block houses the Library, and the departments of Computer Science and Engineering, Information Science, MCA, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physical Education. The administrative block houses the chambers of Director and the Chairperson, the Board Room, the department of Architecture, and a branch of Allahabad Bank.
Students commute to and from the college through several means, including college buses that ply to various parts of the city, public transport, personal transportation and on foot.
On- and off-campus hostels for boys and girls, with double and triple seater dorm-rooms are provided to a limited number of boarders from all over the country, and few off shore students. There are two blocks of on-campus boys' hostels, an off-campus girls' hostel, and an off-campus boy's hostel that accommodates students who could not be accommodated in the on-campus hostels. Off-campus boarders commute to the college through a free shuttle service. In addition to the existing hostel blocks, a proposal of construction of an on-campus girls' hostel has gained approval, and the construction of a storey, to house off-shore students in one of the on-campus hostel blocks is underway.
Internet connectivity is available on computers in the Internet Centre, that may be used by students and staff during college hours, and by means of a restricted-access Wi-Fi network through access points located in many strategic points throughout the campus, providing internet access to students and staff members with wireless devices, on the fly.
The college also supports environmental measures. The main Avenue is flanked on either side by green covers, the irrigation of which is done with waste water of the campus, treated in the water treatment plant. The hot water storage and supply system of the on campus boarding is entirely solar powered. The campus also houses an environmental-friendly cafeteria.
The library is fully computerized using the Libsoft software. The library subscribes to over 200 IEL-Online journals (IEEE journals, conference proceedings, transactions & standards) and also subscribes to several national and international journals.
The college has a teaching staff of all ranks from various sectors and fields of engineering, as well as non-teaching staff to aid the students.
The placement cell at the college helps students avail placements in the core industrial sector, as well as in both, the Information Technology and Information Technology Enabled Sectors.
BMSIT&M has been elevated into NIRF (National Institutional Ranking Framework) Elite Club of Top Institutions by securing 95th Position at National Level (8th in Karnataka, 5th in Bangalore and only affiliated institution in Karnataka to reach top Rankings of NIRF) in the year 2017.
The candidates shall have passed the 2nd year Pre University or 12th standard or equivalent examination held preceding the entrance test with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects, along with one of the following subjects - Chemistry, Bio-technology, Computer Science, Biology or Electronics. The Candidate should have secured not less that 45% of aggregate marks in optional subjects with English as one of the languages for admissions to engineering.
For engineering admission in Bangalore engineering admission in Bangalore through management quota in BMSIT & M, the minimum percentage of marks expected is 60% as per the current norms of the management.
|BRANCH||YEARLY TUITION FEES [RS IN LAKHS]||TOTAL FEES FOR THE PROGRAM[RS IN LAKHS]|
|COMPUTER SCIENCE (CSE)||5||20|
|ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION (ECE)||3.5||14|
|INFORMATION SCIENCE (ISE)||3.75||15|
|ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS (EEE)||2||8|