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BMSIT&M, an institution with a class of its own, is one of the most sought after institutes for high quality engineering education in the state. It is a well established private engineering college recognized by the AICTE, Government of India and is affiliated to the Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belagavi. With its modern infrastructure, highly qualified and committed faculty, and active industry engagement, the institute has been recognised as an "Emerging Technical Institute in the state of Karnataka" by the VTU.
AICTE has given a zero deficiency report for the institute.
Undergraduate study can lay the foundation to a great career. BMSIT&M, with affiliation to Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi, offers seven undergraduate courses.
Postgraduate study has the potential to transform an existing career into something brilliant. BMSIT&M currently offers three master’s degree programs.
Most of the departments are recognised as research centres by VTU since 2005, thereby making BMSIT&M one of the most promising research houses in the country.Research
Miss Fiona Joseph of Electrical & Electronics Engineering(EEE) student secured 3rd Rank
Miss Shruthi Tavanakke of Masters in Computer Applications(MCA) student secured 5th Rank
Mary Ernackle Abraham of Mechanical Engineering(ME) has secured 3rd Rank (2008)
Hemanth Kumar of Mechanical Engineering(ME) has secured 10th Rank (2012)
Kanishk Bhadani of Mechanical Engineering(ME) has secured 8th Rank (2013)
Garden Development & Maintenance Section of BMSIT&M participated in the Garden Competition: August -2016, organized by the Mysore Horticultural Society, Lalbagh, Bengaluru-560004. BMSIT&M has been awarded a SPECIAL OUTSTANDING PRIZE: Special Memento for "BEST ORNAMENTAL GARDEN" during the Horticulture show held on 11-8-2016.
BMSIT&M Cricket team has won the VTU Bengaluru North Zone inter collegiate Cricket tournament for the year 2016 & 17 in which 25 teams participated.
- Among them BMSIT won 1st match against lmpact IT with the margin of 140 runs in which BMSIT score was 262 runs.
- 2nd match BMSIT played against Dr SMCE final score - BMSIT 143 all out. SMCE 83 runs all out.
- 3rd match BMSIT Vs Dr TTIT, KGF. final score 144 runs & BMSIT won by 2 wickets & qualified for semifinals.
- In semifinal BMSIT played against Acharya IT & won by 8 runs. BMSIT 150 runs for 8 wickets & Acharya IT all out for 142 runs
- Final match BMSIT Vs Sir MVIT, BMSIT score 179 runs for 8 wickets & won the final match by 14 runs.
This is second time that BMSIT has won same event in the same place after 9 years. 1st time in 2007-08 & now in 2016-17.
Awarded the best "Emerging Technical Institute in Karnataka by Communication Multimedia Application & Infrastructure (CMAI) in association with VTU.
Awarded with the "Student Excellence Award among Pvt. Institutes in South" by "Dataquest-CRM T-School Survey 2015".
Adjudged "Outstanding Engineering Institute – South" by Vijayavani, the leading Kannada daily.
Rated 38th among the Top Engineering Colleges in India on June, 2015 by Outlook Magazine.
The Higher Education Review Magazine survey on Private Engineering Colleges in India – May 2015 – has ranked BMSIT as :
- 17th in Top 100 Private Engineering Colleges in India.
- 12th in Top 20 Best Private Engineering Colleges in India.
- 10th in Top 20 High Quality Placements among Private Engineering Colleges in India.
Institute's Best Practices
As a part of the Swachcha Bharat Abhiyaan, OIKOS has drafted the Institutional Framework, a copy of which has also been submitted to VTU. Under this action plan, "Shramdaan" a plastic cleanup drive under the supervision of Shri Vijay Hashia (Campus Manager & Secretary-OIKOS) was conducted thrice in the campus on 16/04/16, 17/09/16 and 02/10/16 respectively, by mobilizing the entire fraternity of BMSIT&M to maintain a cleaner outlook to environment.
BMSIT&M has introduced a new proctoring system from the academic year 2016 - 17. The highlights of the new proctoring systems are:
- Under each proctor a maximum of 22 students will be allocated. The students allocated under each proctor will be a composite group consisting of 5 students each from I, III, V and VII semester. This arrangement enables junior students to develop a rapport with senior students.
- Proctoring of each department will be monitored by a team of deputy chief proctors and a chief proctor at the institution level. The central team submits a monthly report of proctoring at all departments to the principal.
- Students who face various adjustments problems which include behavioral / Psychological issues can avail the help from a professional counselor, Mrs. Chethana Srinivas who will be visiting the campus on Tuesdays and Fridays from 1pm – 4pm.
- Parents are periodically intimated through SMS, email about the performance and attendance status of their wards.
- First year students can approach first year student co-ordinator Mr. Thyagaraj, Assistant professor, Department of ECE and Mrs. Tejaswini, Assistant professor, department of ME to get acquainted with the system smoothly at the earliest