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SAE India Student Club having a minimum of 50 student members, a senior faculty Advisor and additional Faculty Adviser, elected student club officers constitutethe SAE INDIA collegiate club. A collegiate club is necessary for knowledge enrichment & networking with industry professionals. It provides continuity to engineering education and provides exposure to industrial operating environment and working conditions.

To train women to acquire wide range of skills and knowledge. To develop and increase their social, economic and intellectual capacities for peace, security and prosperity of mankind.

By becoming a member of SAEINDIA, students and faculty members can become a part of a global organization whose benefits are geared specifically to the needs of the mobility engineering community. Formal education and professional development will be enhanced through SAE INDIA member benefits.

SAE India BMSIT collegiate club was started in the year 2014 – 15 with 57 student members and 2 faculty advisors Dr.Suresh.N, Professor and Mr. Shripad Diwakar, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering.