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The BMS College of Engineering courses are developed in a way to help increase the education standards of the student. The course curriculum includes both theoretical and practical subjects. Faculties put their 100% efforts into the student’s development. Students can choose from the wide range of courses provided by the college.

Below are the courses which are included in the curriculum.

BMS College of Engineering Undergraduate Courses

  • Computer Science Engineering
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Information Science Engineering
  • Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering & Management
  • Instrumentation Technology
  • Telecommunication Engineering
  • Bio-Technology
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Medical Electronics
  • Aerospace Engineering

BMS college of engineering placements indicates the Students are recruited by many reputed firms. Each and every one can attend the placements and choose the company related to their domain.

The college courses are all reviewed during every academic year. This is done to align academics with industry needs. The college believes in filling the industry demands rather than sticking old theories. They value curiosity and enthusiasm. The college has many clubs along with study courses to enhance student’s personality.

Courses Department-wise detail:

Biotechnology: Duration – 4 Years The Department of Biotechnology was established in 2002. The department offers a Bachelor of Engineering. Their vision is to become the centre of education excellence and impart quality education to the graduates to deliver excellent solutions for mankind. The department also encourages the students to take up industrial training in their area of interest during the inter-semester holidays. A language lab is available to improve both oral and written communication skills.

Civil Engineering: Duration – 4 Years The Department of Civil Engineering is one of the three branches of the college. In the year 2008, the UG programme was given the academic autonomous status by VTU which enabled the college to have their own curriculum suited to enhance knowledge, skills and attitudes in students. It has three PG courses namely Environmental Engineering, Construction Technology, and Transportation Engineering and Management. The department is recognized by VTU as a Research Centre and as a QIP Centre by MHRD, which has changed the status of the department from just a UG department to a research-based learning centre.

Computer Science and Engineering: Duration – 4 Years Department of Computer Science and Engineering was started in 1983. In 1992 the department had implemented a new PG programme - M Tech (CSE). The Research Centre, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, started in 2010 under VTU, Belgaum. The department invests in machine learning, cloud computing, big data analytics, wireless networks, social networks analysis etc.

Electrical and Electronics: Duration – 4 Years Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering was established in 1946 and offers Undergraduate Programme in Electrical & Electronics Engineering and a PG Programme in Power Electronics. The department has well equipped laboratories. The department is well networked with industry and premier institutions for activities like research, curriculum development, internships, projects and training.

Electronics and Communication Engineering: Duration – 4 Years Electronics engineers have played an important role in improving the quality of human life and also contributed to the economic growth of the nation and world at large. The Department of Electronics & Communication understands the importance of engineering students to follow the latest competitive trends. The department started with a UG programme in 1971. It then added two PG programmes in Electronics, Digital Communication and VLSI Design and Embedded Systems. Since 2011, it has been recognized as a research centre for PhD programmes under the Quality Improvement Programme by AICTE.

Industrial Engineering and Management: Duration – 4 Years The Students are trained in different technologies in the field of Industrial Engineering and Management. A separate curriculum has been designed as per the data collected from Alumni and Industry. Under VTU the college also runs an M.Tech course in Manufacturing (PDM) and Product Design on a part-time basis. The department in BMS College of Engineering is a research centre under VTU. The Department Labs are equipped with top line computers to help students in CAD/CAM, ERP, modelling, drafting and simulation. The department has a club called the Industrial Engineering Club (INDEC).

Mechanical Engineering: Duration – 4 Years The department introduced a postgraduate Machine Design program in 1986. Another post graduate programme in the field of Manufacturing Science and Engineering was introduced in 2014. All the programs are funded by different government organisations and supported by many industries. The department has a large number of industry linkages varying from automotive to manufacturing domains.

Medical Electronics: Duration – 4 Years BMSCE started the branch of Medical Electronics in 1992 to expand its academics in the fast-growing field of healthcare technologies. The department introduced M. Tech in Instrumentation and Biomedical Signal Processing in 2013. The department has various collaborations with major research institutes like Stanford University, Oxford University, Maastricht University, Indian Institute of Science, Narayana Nethralaya, Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences and many more.

Telecommunication Engineering: Duration – 4 Years The Department of Telecommunication Engineering was established in 1986. It offers a four-year UG programme in Telecommunication Engineering. The faculty of the department practise innovative methods in the Teaching-Learning-Process (T-L-P) that leads to effective implementation of Outcome-Based-Education (OBE). The curriculum involves modern engineering tools like Mat lab, Lab VIEW, Multisim, Xilinx, Mentor Graphics, Code-Composer-Studio, Qualnet and HFSS simulation tools. The department has published 203 publications (47 Peer-Reviewed Journal publications, 126 International Conference publications, 30 National Conference publications).

Information Science and Engineering: Duration – 4 Years The focus of the department is to provide students with in-depth knowledge in the field of computer and information technology through the following two academic programmes:

M. Tech – Product Design and Manufacturing (PDM) (3 years – Part Time)

M. Tech. - Computer Network and Engineering (CNE) (2 years) The Department of Information Science and Engineering was established in 1987. It has close connection with companies such as EMC, TCS, SAP and IBM to promote student projects. It has an outstanding placement record with an average placement of 95% for over the past 3 years. Since 2011 research activities were promoted in the department. Current research areas are classified into Information Retrieval, Natural Language Processing, Cloud Computing, Biometrics, IOT and Communication Networks.

Management Studies and Research Centre: The Department of Management Studies was started in 1992 to promote quality education and research in management. Apart from the regular classes, the department imparts knowledge through Guest Lectures, Extension Lectures, Industrial Visits & Meet the CEO series. The students also get experience in organizing a Management Event through ‘QUEST’ which is an inter-collegiate event organized by the department. The International Conference organized by the department gives the students an opportunity to do research and publish papers.

For more detailed information regarding Admission in BMS college of Engineering contact IESOnline.

B.M.S. College of Engineering (BMSCE) is an autonomous engineering college in Basavangudi, Bangalore, India. It was started in 1946 by BhusanayanaMukundadasSreenivasaiah and is run by the B.M.S. Educational Trust. The college is affiliated with Visvesvaraya Technological University and became autonomous in 2008

Academic Eligibility for Four Years under Graduate Programs (B.E.):

1. Through Comedk:

For General Merit Candidates: A candidate who has Passed in 2nd PUC / 12 Std / Equivalent Examination with English as one of the Language and obtained a Minimum of 45% of Marks in aggregate in Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with Chemistry / BioTechnology / Biology / Computer Science / Electronics as optional subjects in the qualifying examination is eligible to pursue in under graduate programs (BE).

For SC/ST & OBC (Cat-I, 2A, 2B, 3A 3B) Category Candidates: A candidate who has Passed in 2nd PUC / 12 Std / Equivalent Examination with English as one of the Language and obtained a Minimum of 40% of Marks in aggregate in Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with Chemistry / BioTechnology / Biology / Computer Science / Electronics as optional subjects in the qualifying examination is eligible to pursue in under graduate pogroms (BE).

The marks obtained by the candidate in Biotechnology/Biology/Computer Science / Electronics in the qualifying examination will be considered in the place of Chemistry in case the marks obtained in Chemistry is less for the required aggregate percentage for the pursue of determination of eligibility.

  • Entrance Examination: KEA / COMED-K
  • For Management Admissions: Students have to take any one of the Entrance Examination

2. Through Lateral Entry Scheme:

Three Years Bachelor of Engineering (B.E. – Lateral Entry Scheme) Programs: A candidate who has passed Qualifying Examination i.e. any diploma examination or equivalent examination and obtained an aggregate minimum of 45 % (for General Merit Candidates) of marks taken together in all the subjects of the final year (i.e., fifth and six semesters) diploma examination (Q E) is eligible for admission to B E-Courses and 40% of marks in Q. E. in case of SC, ST and Backward Classes of Karnataka Candidates.

NOTE: The aggregate percentage of marks of the course of the qualifying examination shall be calculated as follows:

  • Aggregate Percentage of Marks = Sum of the marks scored by the candidate in all the subjects of the final year (5th & 6th semester) examinations X 100
  • Sum of the maximum marks of all the subjects of the final years (5th & 6th semester) examinations.

3. Through Management Quota:

  • Eligibility criteria – average 60% and above in puc or 12th standard in physics, mathematics, chemistry / computer science / electronics.
  • Hostel fees is extra (not included in the above mentioned fees structure)
  • BMS Educational Trust does not encourage admissions through agents or support agents for the admissions in the college.

Several entrance exams are conducted by the University and the individual colleges itself to screen the candidates and 12th grade marks are also given viable consideration.

  • DU JAT: this exam is conducted by Delhi University for admission into various courses, including BMS course.
  • AIMA UGAT: this exam is conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA) in order to conduct a viable screening for candidates in their BMS Courses.
  • MUCMET: Mumbai University Common Management Entrance Test (MUCMET) is conducted every year for admission to the Integrated BMS+MBA course offered at Mumbai’s Thane Sub Campus.
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Approved Management Fee Structure for 2020-21
Name of the Branch Fees in Lakhs (INR)
Computer Science & Engineering 8.5
Information Science & Engineering 7.0
Electronics & Communication Engineering 6.0
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning 5.0
Mechanical Engineering 4.5
Civil Engineering 4.0
Electrical & Electronics Engineering 4.5
Industrial Engineering & Management 4.5
Aerospace Engineering 4.0
Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering 3.0
Electronics & Instrumentation Technology 3.0
Bio-Technology 3.0
Medical Electronics 3.0
Chemical Engineering 3.0

NOTE: Eligibility criteria – average 60% and above in puc or 12th standard in physics, mathematics, chemistry / computer science / electronics.

Hostel fees is extra (not included in the above mentioned fees structure).

BMS Educational Trust does not encourage admissions through agents or support agents for the admissions in the college.

For Admission related information:

Contact: Director, Administration, BMS Educational Trust, BMSCE Campus, Bull Temple Road, Basavanagudi, Bengaluru.

  • Monday - Friday 10:30 AM - 1:00 PM and 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Saturday: 10.30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • E-Mail ID: admissioninfo@iesonline.co.in
  • Phone: 097432 77777

The institute provides two types of scholarships private and government. For more info please visit BMS College of Engineering Fee Structure or call us on 097432 77777 to know more.

Workforce:

There are a couple of splendid educators, and a couple of alright ones, yet the larger part baffled me close to tears.

The most serious issue was educators are repetition students in BMSCE - there was an instructor who was lauded to high sky by numerous and even I thought she was alright. Till she asked in class 'for what reason ought JavaScript be written in a different document instead of together with the HTML' and addressed 'on the grounds that else it will be unmistakable to end clients'. To be reasonable for her, the book said something comparable. However, she wasn't sufficiently astute to recall that all customer side-innovation is well customer side. Which implies the source code for a deciphered language must be given to the program. It is extremely unlikely around it. What's more, if my program has it, I can get it as well.

And afterward there are some simply lamentable instructors - I've had an educator reveal to me my word processor (gedit - plain ASCII setting for chrissake!) was the explanation a program's usefulness is erroneous. Utilizing vi will settle it (spoiler - it didn't). And afterward there was the educator who went to Google and scanned for Google and afterward googled. Goodness, I could top off a truly large book with awfulness stories. Be that as it may, you get the point I trust.

From what I hear most equivalent universities are very little better however. Eventually, the educators were thoughtful and not pointlessly exacting. They grade permissively, except if you irritate them; however regardless of whether you do, they grade you reasonably - I can actually bear witness to that. They leave you to your own gadgets in labs and let you tinker around. What's more, in the event that you truly need to accomplish something, you can generally discover at any rate one instructor who'll support and help you. They are likewise modest - you can explore under IIScprofs, and your profs won't be irritated.

The course readings are brilliant and the library is a fortune trove. So you can overlook the majority of the staff and learn all alone on the off chance that you so pick.

Decision: I wouldn't pick BMSCE for the workforce, yet I wouldn't dismiss BMSCE for the staff either.

Research:

Non-existent to the extent I could see. In my whole time there, I haven't seen one teacher distribute an exploration paper or even inquire about understudies in class. Maybe the experience is diverse at Master's level - I don't have the foggiest idea. In any case, I've true questions about the exploration morals of BMSCE educators. An admonition against written falsification in conclusive semester ventures was counterfeited from another college's site. An instructor's lord's theory dynamic was copied from an IEEE paper, which had no commitment from that educator. Indeed on the off chance that you mean to go in to examine avoiding BMSCE might be a smart thought.

Decision: BMSCE wouldn't be the perfect spot to seek after an enthusiasm to investigate. In any case, IISc isn't excessively far away, and you can generally discover educators ready to support you. BMSCE won't especially help you, yet the timetable is adaptable as are the educators.

Coding Society:

Non-existent. Sure there are a couple of people who have taken part in fair serious programming rivalries. However, 2 individuals don't make a culture. I've never observed many (as in more than 5) individuals taking an interest in coding rivalries, hackathons or in any event, programming for joy.

Decision: There is none. It's dependent upon you to discover similarly invested individuals and make the way of life.

Drawbacks of concentrating in BMSCE:

  • Recall a significant number of these will apply to pretty much every school with comparable national reviewing. Simply know about the main 5 drawbacks I felt, and discover a workaround.
  • You will invest a ton of energy retaining the course reading in the event that you care about your GPA. I showed many individuals, so the remembrance was programmed, however it is extremely unlikely you'll score the greater part stamps in the event that you don't recreate what's written in the book. What's more, I should know - I graduated with a CGPA of > 9.5
  • There is practically boundless opportunity. Except if you're self restrained, there's a high possibility you'll smoke or play your building life away. In case you're self taught this will be perhaps the greatest year of your life!
  • There are very numerous awful educators. So a ton of classes will be disappointing on the off chance that you love software engineering. I've had an educator come in and declare 'COA is exhausting and you can never consider it all alone'. Definitely your can I studied it all alone.
  • There is almost no adaptability in the selection of courses - even in situations where you're authoritatively given a decision, the office can return and state there's no instructor to show any course other than X.
  • Tests are profoundly unsatisfying - there is definitely no rationale required to pass them, programming labs notwithstanding. Originating from a CISCE school, this was grievous. Furthermore, the way that educators gab away constantly you're composing a test was awful as well. Be that as it may, I endure.

Upsides of concentrating in BMSCE:

  • Boundless opportunity - I've bunked classes since I was up the entire evening coding or learning some irregular thing. I've left a class, with no evil outcomes. On the off chance that you need to accomplish something, you can generally feel free to do it - there is definitely no supervision. But on the off chance that you need to play Holi. At that point the police will be called.
  • Magnificent course readings and library - the library has awesome books and magazines that I've not invested enough energy pursuing. I wish they permitted alumni to keep their library cards. What's more, the course books are frequently 'books of scriptures' in their individual fields. I completely delighted in learning here (and disregarded the prospectus)
  • Adaptable Schedule - we didn't have 9–5 classes. We could even haggle with the division to reschedule a few classes. This permits you to seek after a ton of interests other than what's in class. There are a lot of exercise equipments inside the little grounds - I had some good times living here.
  • Personnel and infrastructural support - I've never known about somebody who needed to accomplish something (inquire about, make an item, study an out-of-schedule subject) that BMSCE didn't permit them to. There's constantly one educator you can discover to support you - regardless.
  • My dearest memory is dealing with our last year venture outside our study hall (in my nightgown - in light of the fact that no doubt, I am a hostelite) and the chief strolls by. He asks us what we're doing, tunes in to the entire thought, even observes a demo and is commonly promising. What's more, no remarks on my 'unseemly' clothing.
  • Situations - is genuinely acceptable. Many individuals will grumble that the best compensation offered in BMS is a lot lesser than the best pay somewhere else in Bangalore, however the middle tallies. What's more, that is entirely astounding in BMS

So ultimately, if it’s a choice between an older IIT/NIT and BMS, don’t join BMS. Otherwise, you’re welcome to an awesome time!

BMSCE was ranked 69 by the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) engineering ranking in 2019 and 40 by Outlook India's "India's Top 150 Engineering Colleges in 2019". It was ranked 24th among engineering colleges by India Today in 2020.

College of Engineering (BMSCE) was Founded in the year 1946 by Late Sri. B. M. Sreenivasaiah.

There is a reason as to why RVCE is the top college amongst VTU colleges in Karnataka the curriculum in BMSCE is not very industry oriented and it is made pretty easy.

When it comes to extra-curricular activities like dance, sports and managing events BMCE is the place to be. When it comes to managing and responsibility, people get to learn a lot because they are the person who will be given the responsibility to run entire shows and the college will not interfere.

Of course BMSCE due to its reputation definitely gets world class companies during placement. Frankly speaking, sometimes those same companies come to RVCE Pesit and BMSCE but the profiles offered in RV and Pesit are way better compared to BMSCE.

Eg: Rvce and pesit get a development profile and bmsce gets a testing profile

Reason: the main reason for this distinction is RV have one credit every semester for extracurricular where students do some technical project related to the subject which has enhanced their technical knowledge and this has reflected in der placements (sources: told by my friend in Rvce) and this is lacking in BMSCE.

But if one is looking for a proper job then RVCE is the place to be. Again up to the individual to decide between RVCE and BMSCE.

Good Luck!

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