There are a lot of tech and cultural clubs. sports clubs and volunteering clubs.
Cultural and technical festivals is a "to die for"experiences
Life in college was peaceful and enriching and a wonderful learning experience.
good hostel facility, fee structure ive no clue seriously.
PG's should be available for a reasonable cost exact im not sure
food in college is awesome, wide variety lots of options, Chinese, north , south , cuisines ,cafes and rolls and a lot more.
food cost is reasonable as well.
classroom and lab-quality are good libraries are quite good with a good collection to choose from, wifi yes available, paid softwares are also available, grounds and auditorium is good too and I must add we had professors from all over the world who are experts in their field to give seminars and good exposure.
very very flexible and can study from anywhere .online courses are included so students are at par with a world class platform.
syllabus includes more practicality, hands on experience of the subject , more projects etc.
quality of teaching: amazing , reachable, simple and digestible, power point classes and exercises solved in class its worth the learning.
overall experience: Amazing and would go back and relive again!!!!
The course fee is: INR 80k
average who get: 2 or 3
loans: no idea and if available may be it is to academic achievers
interned at Robert Bosch ,stipend : 15k
key companies: acenture, robert bosch, ge , philips, goldman sacchs etc.
average sal: 4L p.a highest :10L p.a
alumni network: best You can say from awarding scholarships to meritorious students and hosting the graduation functions they're truly amazing and a very respected circle of alumni.
The eligibilty criteria is : Bachelor's degree in EC,IT,ML.
admission : CET,Management,GATE.(entrance exams)
cut-off for the course: 12000 rank(higher rank cut off if category is applied)
faculty: highly disciplined and a lot of expertise on the subject, student friendly and approachable
Our college hostel food is good. But fees is more. Many hostels are there. Separate boys hostel and ladies hostels.
Faculties are good in our branch and have helping nature. Doing two projects per sem. My faculties teaching is good.
I have done an internship and internship is the plus point for placement. Good companies come to college.
It's based on KCET exam entrance exams. You will get admission in this college if your KCET ranking is good.
Utsav is the main festival of college that goes on for 3 days. The cultural and sports committees are good as well.
It feels really good to be a part of this college.
1)There are two hostels for the students i,e. one for the students of India and the other for the NRI students. The hostels are very neat and tidy, the food is also great.
2) People who opt to stay out of college also have many options like PG's and Rooms available for students at affordable prices.
3) As the college started new construction the old huge canteen is no more until and the new canteen food is not so great food menu but the prices are affordable.
4) The infrastructure of the college is good with spacious classrooms and libraries.
1) The daily routine is much common with the rest of the MBA colleges with 9 am to 4 pm classes, regular presentations and assignments keep the students engaged in gaining more knowledge. Saturday's are good with only seminar class for 2 hours.
2)All the faculties are Ph.D. holders and well versed in their specific subjects which makes the students learn and understand better. The teaching staff is approachable and guide students with their projects.
3)BMS College of Engineering is one of the top colleges in Bengaluru for the MBA program. The faculty is very good inturn making learning easy and fun with regular assignments and projects. As the college has a good reputation the placements for the students happen on a good scale. The best part about the college which is appreciated by all students is that there is no dress code for MBA students and the Management fest 'QUEST" is one of the biggest management fests by the MBA Department.
1) The MBA course fee is around INR1.5 lakhs for 2 years for those who get through PGCET and for those who opt Management quota it is INR 5.5 lakhs for 2 years.
2) There are various scholarship options for people with caste certificates and low-income certificates. Almost all the people who apply for the scholarship in different categories get it.
3)The college has a tie-up with Allahabad Bank which is also inside the campus and it easy for the students in loan formalities.
1) As per the college, the students must complete two internships i,e. one after 1st year and the second in the 4th semester.
I am currently pursuing my internship with stipend referred through college.
2)Key companies are
- Finance: EY, KPMG, Deloitte, Capgemini, Morgan Stanley
- Marketing: Oracle, Oyo rooms, Flipkart, Amazon
- IT: Wipro, Infosys, TCS, Cognizant, Samsung
4) The Alumni network of the college is really good as the students have regular guest lectures and meet with them and also get help in the job placements through them.
1) The eligibility criteria were the completion of any UG courses. For example B.Com, BBM, BCA, B.Sc, and Engineering etc.
The admission is either through Management quota or PGCET counseling (Government seat).
2) The entrance exam taken by me was PGCET. KMAT exam can also be taken up for the entrance.
3)The cut off for PGCET was around 500 ranking and again it depends on different categories like GM, 1A, 2A, 3A, SC & ST etc.
many clubs and stuffs are present in the college which will be doing various number of activities all the time . department of MBA conducts management fest. and BMSCE is known for its cultural fest UTSAV whics is the top cultural fest
college starts from 9 oclock in the morning and ends at 4:30
quality of teaching is very good,teachers are approachable at any point of time
overall experience in college is good
If you join through PGCET then the college fees would be around 75K per annum , many kinds of scholarship are available for students.around 25-30%of students get scholarship. loan fecalities are good you will get a quotation from college and then using that you can apply for loans at various banks.
There are several oppourtunities for placements and internships given by the placement department.Many companies like KPMG , Flipkart, oyo rooms, deloit etc offer placements in the college
BMSCE stands top at the engineering colleges in bengaluru which started its department of management studies in 1992.Its a good college actually.wel versed staff with excellent knowledge helps student to get good experience in doing MBA. You can either join the college by writing pgcet and through managemnt aswell. pgcet cutoff rank would be around 350
There is no entrance exam for the admission. You can join this college through CET, COMEDK, or management Quota.
The campus is too good and society is also good. the main festival of this college is Utsav it's too nice every time it happens in the month of March or April.in general college life is balancing.
Here I think 5 to 6 hostels are there nearby the college food is also very nice in college.it costs INR 70 per meal.its pretty high.quality of classrooms are good labs library are nice.wifi is not good.
Our class timings are about from 9 am to 4 pm.it's pretty good.exams will be easy only.quality and method of teaching is good. overall everything is good.
The tuition fees for BE at BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore is INR 22,060 per annum. Scholarships are given to 25 to 50 percent of the students.
No.still I didn't do any internships but I'm thinking to do. average salary per year is about INR 3 to INR 4 lakhs and highest salary per year is INR 13 lakhs for CS.
it's a nice college. I wrote Karnataka common entrance test.cutoff should be less than 6 to 7 thousands.
The Classes are well-conducted, In a sophisticated manner. Teachers here are of with high knowledge.Basically class starts from 8.00 to 17.00 (max). This period may usually vary for different branches.
Fees do vary for many people, I have entered through CET, So my fees is INR 20,000/- per year.And even meritorious students are provided with scholarships of nearly about INR 50,000
I haven't gone, through the process of placements. But what I heard from my seniors was the placements for Mechanical, was great
I came through CET. There are different ways to get into our college, Like by COMED-K and through Management Quota.
Hardly anyone from BMSCE would have experienced, what I had, during my placement time. I have always wanted to write a blog about my placement experience. :) I gave around 23 interviews(in almost all the rooms in Placement Dept. including one in the Placement Officer's cabin too :) !) At the start of the placements I had an exact CGPA of 9. Strength: I was extremely good at apti and solving problems, good at DS, ADA, C. Weakness: I had trouble interacting with people.( Anyone who meets me for the first time will definitely get the impression that I'm an introvert. ). I was not too passionate about computers at that time. My resume did not have anything interesting. Netapp(8.25 lpa) July 12 2012 I had exactly 9 CGPA and was eligible for the written. The written was tough and I was very tensed since it was my first written.Did not clear the written. Oracle Cloud(5 lpa) July 18 2012 After clearing the written, we were told that it was a night shift job. Some people left the scene. I decided to get an experience of giving an interview. Clearing the written gave me a lot of confidence and I decided to get rejected in the interview(at that moment I didn't know what lay ahead).At the end of the first interview I told the interviewer that I had a chronic disorder because of which I couldn't stay awake at night and asked him if I could get a day job. I got rejected in the 1st interview(I had not done well anyway) National Instruments(Internship + 8lpa) July 19 2012 After the written test which consisted of only 12 subjective questions, 10 were selected. I was one among them. I had done really well in the written. The interview questions were mostly based on algorithms and DS. I cleared the 1hr long first interview. This was probably the only company that had asked all the interviewees the same questions. 4 of us got into the 2nd interview(last). In the second and final techincal+HR round,one of my 2 interviewers was a BMSCE pass out 3 years senior from my branch. I had done really well and had high hopes. I got rejected in the last round. They selected 1 (making the entire college eligible and selecting only 1! After coming home I sent my senior a fb request and asked him the reason for my rejection :)) Akamai Solutions Architect(7.2 lpa )20 july 2012 I knew this profile required good interaction/communication skills. I had none. I decided not to clear the written(or so I say to myself, as I didn't clear :)). The other 2 who were rejected along with me in NI got into this. Akamai SE (7.2 lpa) 21 July 2012 I cleared the written. At the end of the 2nd interview I was informed by the guy who was conducting the test(some 3rd party test conducting company) that I was rejected. I left for home and on boarding a bus I received a call from my friend who was still giving interviews. On knowing that I was already on my way home, he didn't tell me what the matter was. Later(after 5-6 months) I got to know that I had actually cleared the interview but was wrongly informed. Since I was on my way already, the interviewers told my friend not to call me back. The guy who wrongly informed me, was sacked. Thoughtworks (6.23lpa ) 23 July 2012 2 days later, I cleared the written and programming rounds of ThoughtWorks. There were more than 100 ppl to be interviewed. It went on till 12:30-1:00 in the night and still some of us were left to be interviewed. The interview was rescheduled to the next day at their office in Koramangala. I got rejected in the 2nd interview( The interview was difficult). There was only an HR round left after that. I was exhausted after this. Clearing written and getting rejected on 5-6 successive days. I did not clear the written test of Fidelity. I became over confident at this moment and decided not to attend any tier 1 companies. I became greedy and wanted to get a high paying job. JP Morgan (5.88lpa) 2 August 2012 I cleared the written again and was informed that the profile was business related(this was a misunderstanding). Knowing that there was a GD and considering pay(my hunger for more money :)), I decided not to open my mouth in the GD(which was not at all difficult for me to do :P). In the GD I was asked to conclude( since I had not spoken a word). I concluded by saying "some agree on the topic, some do not!". The coordinator burst into laughter :).Rejected in GD Cleartrip (6.51lpa) 9 August 2012 Cleared the written. The interview was tough and I didn't do well. Got rejected in the 1st interview. Oracle Finance (4.93lpa) 31st August 2012 Considering that this could be the highest paying tier 1, and me not getting a job yet, I decided to attend this. I cleared the written and the technical interview. The HR was taken at around 730 and we had to wait from morning for the interviews. We were tired. In the HR I was asked if I was tired. I replied yes. The interviewer asked the reason for my tiredness as I had done no work and had to just sit on the bench. I gave the stupidest reply : "I was too excited about OFSS coming to BMS and couldn't sleep the entire night! :D". I got selected.(still wonder how!) My pride had increased and I did not sit for some tier 2 companies- MetricStream and Informatica which were offering around 6lpa. Adobe(8.3 lpa) 25-26 September 2012 The written was very easy. The first interview was difficult. I had prepared well and cleared this somehow. After clearing the 2nd round we were called to their office. Cleared the 3rd round too but screwed up again in the HR. Got rejected in the last round. The result was informed some days after that and the same day we had the written of Zynga. I was already sad and ended up not clearing the written of Zynga. SAP came to campus on 12th Oct and I didn't clear the written again.( adding to my agony of not clearing a written for the first time in 3 months, they took 7 and all of them from my Dept.) Goldman Sachs kept a cutoff of greater than 9.0 (I had 9.00, although I don't think I'd have cleared it). VMware( 10.3lpa ) 25 OCt 2012 I cleared the written and the 3 difficult technical interviews. 5 of us were shortlisted for HR and 2 got selected. I was extremely confident that I'd clear this, but I got rejected again in the last round. Microsoft came on 2 Nov. It was the only tier 3 company. My sister's marriage was scheduled on the same day and I couldn't even give a try( I did attend the pool campus afterwards and cleared the written and programming round, but got rejected in the telephonic round)
There are many college's clubs. Many activities take place here and many fests too. College life here is tough as well as peaceful here. It is a chill college.
There are 4 hostels here and a seperate hostel for NRI students. Hostel fees is expensive though for the facilties they provide. The college canteen food is good and the pricing there done is quite reasonable.
Daily routine starts at 8 and some days till 4. Quality of teaching is average. Its quite nice because the environment and people here are amazing. Quite peaceful college
Fee structure is a little high for NRI students. Its around INR 5,00000 lac per annum. For the students who qualified their entrances its quite good.
There are many good companies which come from IT sector like Google, Amazon, Flipkart.
Salary figures are like around INR 3,00000-5,00000 lac per/annum.
Eligibility is above 55% and in PCM as they only check these percentage. For locals, you have to give the Karnataka state engineering exam.