BMS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Avalahalli, Yelahanka, Bengaluru | Affiliated to Visveswaraya Technological University

3.9 26 reviews 0 interested

2002
established
Private
college
No
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Courses offered at BMSIT
AND AVG. CUTOFF TRENDS

  • BE in Mechanical Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
  • BE in Civil Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
  • BE in Master Of Computer Applications Avg. cutoff: NA
  • BE in Computer Science Avg. cutoff: NA
  • BE in Electronics and Communication Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
  • BE in Telecommunication Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
  • M.Tech in Machine Design Avg. cutoff: NA
  • M.Tech in Computer Science Avg. cutoff: NA
  • BE in Information Science Avg. cutoff: NA
  • BE in Electrical and Electronic Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
BMSIT CATEGORY-WISE CUTOFF TRENDS

Location, address and contact

BMS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, (BMSIT),
Doddaballapur Main Road , Avalahalli, Yelahanka,
Bengaluru, Karnataka

Phone: 8028561576
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://bmsit.ac.in


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sayleeghag
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on Apr 19, 2016

Mechanical department at BMS Institute of Technology (BMSIT) is said to be the best with most professors having above 10 years of teaching experience. However, students feel that their department is a bit too strict. Computer Science (CS), Electrical & ECE step in next with slightly more considerate teachers and department rules. Teaching is nearly as good as mechanical. IS & Telecom have average faculty, good enough to keep the students satisfied.


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shefali
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on May 19, 2016

I think there should not be any issues like say no to CIVIL as it had recently started faculty is good


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Gaurav
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on Apr 19, 2016

BMS Institute of Technology (BMSIT), just like its sister institute BMSCE, stretches over an enormous area. The grand entrance to the campus is as big as the width of five trucks. The insides of the building are breathtaking - classrooms, labs, elevators, restrooms everything. However, students feel that the campus isn’t very big (neither is it small) and although there are some sporting facilities as well, they need to be better.


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Sumeet Jain
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on Oct 7, 2015

Just for extra activity like games, sports and all, this college is still working on it, there is one basket ball court, one lawn tennis court, cricket and football on the same ground, gym and some indoor games but still our college is now not able to provide high class equipment and trainers because our mentor is concentrating only on placements.


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pranay
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on Apr 18, 2016

As soon as “placements” crop up, everyone starts comparing it to BMSCE and then view BMSIT as a loser. However, students here feel the other way, “They’re a lot better than many colleges around here. CS & ECE record 100% placements with Mechanical and EEE following up close at a modest 85-90%. IS & Telecom aren’t left behind either” say a group of students. Companies like TCS, Cognizant & Wipro may be major recruiters but even some core companies like Ashok Leyland, L&T, VR Minerals visit the campus. Highest salary offered goes to about Rs. 7 or 8 lakhs a year. Average is the regular Rs. 3-4 lakhs recorded in most other colleges. Students are also allowed to appear for campus interviews at BMSCE, an added advantage for some greedy ones.


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ramchand
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on Jun 27, 2016

core companies like L&T visits the campus for placements even before CIVIL had started so I think there should not be any problem while taking up CIVIL at BMSIT


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Mayank Sharma
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on Apr 18, 2016

BMS Institute of Technology (BMSIT) is located on Doddaballapur Road in a distant & sparsely populated area called Avalahalli somewhere in Far-North Bangalore. It would take nearly an hour and a half to reach the college from central Bangalore. Bangalore’s awesome BMTC bus service spreads out its arm even up to this area providing buses every 10 minutes. The college bus network is pretty impressive as well and loads of students readily utilise it.


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Brinda Sevak
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on Apr 19, 2016

Hostels are magnificent as well. Tidily furnished rooms comfortably accommodate 2 persons. Charges for the hostels are about Rs. 51,000/- per year including mess food which is said to be exceptionally good, unlike any other Engineering College in Bangalore.


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samruddhi
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on Aug 10, 2016

About boys Hostel, I can say one of the best hostel in Bangalore, and food is also pretty good, raging is there but no physical raging, no one will touch you, but soon you will start liking getting ragged :P It's fun..
About gals hostel - no idea because it's not inside the campus.
One of my friend from MVIT told that his hostel is like hell, and food is like shit, so I suggest don't go for MVIT, it's hell for north Indians, such an old building and for even placement BMSIT is better


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Aman Juriani
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on Apr 18, 2016

The canteen is not sufficiently big to shelter more than 40-50 students simultaneously. It turns into a battlefield during lunch hours, when you have to literally fight for a seat. Sometimes you really wonder why this happens even when food is so unappetizing.


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Azeem Hashmani
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on Apr 18, 2016

Try exploring! We just managed to find one: ‘Balaji Bar’


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Pratik Kakade
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on Apr 18, 2016

Not as good as BMSCE, but easily surpassing at least a dozen other engineering colleges in Bangalore. About 60% students are localites, i.e., from Bangalore itself. Except the Mech department, all others enjoy a healthy girl-guy ratio.


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vivek
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on Apr 19, 2016

A techno-cultural festival called “Utsaha” is celebrated in April every year at BMS Institute of Technology (BMSIT). It’s put up as an inter college and intra college festival alternately each year.


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farhan
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on Apr 19, 2016

Not an issue at BMSIT. The college tries to make the students attend above 85% of the lectures, with 75% as the lower recommended limit but finally settles for even below 50%. Only in very extreme cases (below 15%) harsh actions are taken, i.e., no exams allowed.


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priyank
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on Aug 3, 2016

And yeah one more thing from this year you can't bunk much classes, because our mentor made it very strict for attendance 85% min and 70% for medical reason.


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anand
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on Apr 20, 2016

BMS Institute of Technology (BMSIT) should definitely be within the top 10 engineering colleges in Bangalore and except for its deserted location, there’s nothing which can hamper you from having the time of your life here. Great place to be!


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Prahlad Singh
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on Nov 2, 2015

I suggest students not to take CIVIL ENGINEERING in this college. This branch is newly started and the faculty and teaching is not so good.
PLEASE THINK BEFORE YOU TAKE ADMISSION


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