The colleges no hostel facility. Quality of customs, dining room another key infrastructure also very good.
Class timings at from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Quality of teaching is good. Overall college is very good.
Course fee for Bachelor of Business Administration [BBA] is INR 2,70,000 for three years at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Institute of Management Science, Kolkata.
Internship and industrial training at given by this college and many IT companies like Wipro, Cognizant, Accenture are coming for hiring the students.
Eligibility is 10+2 with 50%. CET is the entrance exam is conducted.
Our college doesn't provide hostels...The PGs are good outside the college...costs are appropriately INR 6k-8k. College libraries, labs, dining halls are perfectly all right.
Our course fee is INR 72 thousand per annum ... There are no scholarship options available to students... Yes, loans are easily available from associated banks.
No, I haven't done any internship yet. Different kinds of companies i.e. IT, Manufacturing, Finance, Marketing and sales hire from my campus. Highest salary figure is INR 7.5lakh per annum and the average salary is INR 4lakh per annum. 85% of the batch students get placed in various companies. Alumni network is really good.
I got admission in BBA(H) on the basis of my higher secondary marks... No, I didn't take any entrance examination to take admission in this college... Generally, for graduation courses, there aren't any cutoffs but for other courses.
The quality of teaching here is brilliant and the routine is balanced between theory and ample practical work so as to groom the students for the real world. The overall experience is amazing.
The course fee is INR 5 lakh for MBA and INR 3 lakh for BBA. Scholarship options aren't available here. Loans maybe required and are easily accessible.
I haven't taken up internships as of now. The highest salary package offered was INR 7.5 lakh p.a. in Karvy. The alumni network is decently strong
There is no such eligibility criteria. A basic pass percentage is enough for getting through to BIMS. Entrance exams were not required back in 2015 but according to latest updates a CMAT entrance exam is required to be taken for admission. The typical cut offs for BBA(H) range from a 50-60% depending on the results of the year.