BMS Institute of Technology Fee Structure

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BMSIT Fee Structure

BMS Institute of Technology Fee Structure is n accordance with students’ convenience. The management follows its rules and principles in admission procedure through its dedicated Admission department. It makes sure that no student is charged for anything extra apart from the fees structure set by the management for every specified course. It extremely discourages bribery and students get admission based purely based on their merit and eligibility. Institute maintains transparency in their fee structure and no student is overcharged and it thus treats all the students equally.

Hostel and Tuition Fees are not included in the general fee structure. Tuition fees can vary based on the course and hostel fees vary on basis of type of sharing students have selected. There can be a slight variation between the Indian and International students and also between the Karnataka and Non-Karnataka students. Also there can be different fee structure applicable to different courses within Bachelors and also between UG and PG.

Based on the different courses offered following is the fee structure followed in the BMSIT:

BMSIT Fee Structure
B.Tech (Streams) Fees Structure/Year
Computer Science Engineering 5,00,000
Electronics & Communication Engineering 3,50,000
Mechanical Engineering 3,00,000
Information Technology Engineering 3,75,000
Civil Engineering 2,25,000
Electricals and Electronics Engineering 2,00,000
Telecom Engineering 2,00,000
Artifical Intelligence 3,50,000

All the courses offered at BMSIT are affiliated to VTU Belagav and has been recognised as an “Emerging Technical Institute in the state of Karnataka” by VTU. It is recognized by the AICTE, Govt of India.

BMS Institute of Technology Scholarship is the option available for the students who qualifies to become an extra ordinary student for which parameters or eligibility is set by the management itself. Students under this can get some relaxation in their fees.

BMSIT Placements helps students kick start their career right after the college. It conducts various training programs to train students and make them efficient for getting selected in the MNCs they desire for. Students are not charged anything for this.

Students can ultimately get return on the investment they made in the college through their learning, experiences, achievements, and at the end their placements in their desired company with high packages based on their performance.

For detailed information regarding BMS Institute of Technology Admission contact IESOnline.

No. Bmsit isn't an autonomous college, but its mother institute BMSCE is autonomous and quite prolific.

BMSIT is VTU affiliated meaning at the end of 4 years, students of both colleges get the same VTU BE degree certificate, but BMSIT has to strictly adhere & follow VTU syllabus and attendance regulations, while BMSCE enjoys the autonomy power and sets it's syllabus and attendance percentage rule on its own.

No, BMSCE comes in the top tier colleges and is autonomous whereas BMSIT its sister institute is mid-tier. Though they have similar names and maybe management connection, both colleges don't have any interaction between the two.

Yes. There is an admission quota for both PG and UG courses.

The admission under management quota is processed in the office of the BMS Educational Trust. The Council of Trustees decides the tuition fee for various courses under management quota and seats are allotted by the Chief of the Admission Committee. The BMS Educational Trust advertises regarding the admission and the application forms are issued to the aspirants in the month of June / July of every year.

Please call us at 097432 77777 to know more.

The primary thing to understand is that the college one chooses to go for Engineering doesn't really matter. The main way to compare any college is to see if it's Autonomous or if it's under VTU. PESU, RV, BMSCE, MSRIT are all the top colleges in Bangalore which are autonomous. They're quite good. BMSIT, MVIT are some of the colleges under VTU.

Personally we’d rank BMSIT as the top 5th in Bangalore, after the 4 autonomous colleges mentioned at the start. The college has featured in the Top 100 in the NIRF Rankings twice. All the departments have NAAC (The NAAC score is higher than MSRIT as well as RV) and NBA accreditation.

BMSCE comes in the top tier colleges and is autonomous whereas BMSIT its sister institute is mid-tier.

BMSIT is VTU affiliated meaning at the end of 4 years, students of both colleges get the same VTU BE degree certificate, but BMSIT has to strictly adhere & follow VTU syllabus and attendance regulations, while BMSCE enjoys the autonomy power and sets its syllabus and attendance percentage rule on its own.

For all UG courses offered by the college which are:

  • B.E. in Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • B.E. in Computer Science and Engineering
  • B.E. in Information Science and Engineering
  • B.E. in Mechanical Engineering
  • B.E. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • B.E. in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
  • B.E. in Civil Engineering
  • B.E. in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Eligibility Criteria:

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 than 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.

The candidates satisfying the above criterion can apply through:-

  • KCET (Karnataka Common Entrance Test) KCET, Diploma CET (KEA) | AICTE J&K
  • COMEDK (Consortium Of Medical Engineering and Dental colleges of Karnataka) Comed-K
  • Management Quota: The admission under management quota is processed in the office of the BMS Educational Trust. The Council of Trustees decides the tuition fee for various courses under management quota and seats are allotted by the Chief of the Admission Committee. The BMS Educational Trust advertises regarding the admission and the application forms are issued to the aspirants in the month of June / July of every year.

Please call us at 097432 77777 to know more.

It’squite good and comparable to many new colleges in Bangalore being a new college itself founded just 17 years ago.The college ranks in the top 100 in India and top 10 in Karnataka. Placement is also decent and being the sister college of BMSCE gives the college the opportunity to build a brand for itself.NCC was also initiated in BMSIT in 2017 and girls and boys ratio is also decent. The best part about this college is that the students rarely face any issues regarding attendance. The college faculty members are all highly qualified and many are pursuing there PhD.

For details regarding the fee structure of the college please visit BMSIT Fee Structure or call us at 097432 77777 to know more.

CSE and ISE have the highest placement which is above 90%.

Here’s how the placements work in BMSIT:

  • Min eligibility required for most of the companies is 65–70% but if one is close to the placement head then they’ll be eligible for every company even by having a back in a subject.
  • Once a student’s name comes in eligibility list, the next step is sitting for the aptitude round. 50% of the people get shortlisted by scoring exceptional marks and rest through influence and most of the people with exceptional scores get rejected in 2nd and 3rd round.
  • Tier 2 companies usually hire 5 to 6 freshers and mass recruiters hire around 30 to 40. Tier 2 companies offer package between 5 to 10 lacs p.a. Hardly 1 or 2 Tier 1 companies visit for recruitment which offer above 10 lacs.

PS: If a student wants a job through campus then they either need to have an extremely good relationship with the placement department or have exceptional technical skills.

Please visit http://kea.kar.nic.in/cutoff.htm for more information regarding this.

Note: The cutoff ranks for Medical & Engineering Courses for the year 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18 is given in this page. This is only for the information of the candidates and no inference shall be drawn from this cutoff rank for the year 2018-19.

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