BMS College of Engineering (BMSCE), run by the Bangalore-based BMS Educational Trust, is a co-educational autonomous college affiliated to the Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum and approved by the Delhi-based All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). Founded by Late Sri. Bhusanayana Mukundas Sreenivasaiah (BMS), an eminent industrialist and philanthropist, in 1946, it is the first private engineering college to be promoted in pre-independent India. Currently BMSCE offers 38 programmes at the undergraduate, postgraduate programmes, and doctorate (Ph D) levels, and houses 14 research centres on-campus. It has an enrolment of approximately 5,000 students. Well-qualified teachers, state-of-the-art infrastructure and industry exposure helps students not only secure academic distinctions, but also placements with top notch companies. Among the top IT/multinational companies which recruit BMSCE students are Tata Consultancy Services, Texas Instruments, ZTE Telecom India Private Limited, Unisys, Infosys, Wipro, Robert Bosch Engineering and Solution Limited, Kyocera Wireless, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, Global Edge Software Limited, Honeywell etc.
Admission to BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore is based on qualifying entrance tests. Students should have completed the class XII state/CBSE/ICSE and equivalent board examinations and cleared either the Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted by the Karnataka government or the COMEDK (consortium of medical, engineering and dental colleges of Karnataka) test. Forty-five percent of seats are reserved for candidates qualifying CET, 30 percent for those qualifying COMEDK and 25 percent are reserved as management seats. Among international students there is a quota for Persons of Indian Origin. Admission to postgraduate programmes is through the common entrance test conducted by the Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum. Fees: Tuition fee for B.E., B.Tech, and other UG programs is Rs. 15,000-30,000 annually for CET students, Rs.1-1.37 lakh for COMEDK students and $3000-5000 for international students. For students getting management quota seats, fees is Rs.2-3.5 lakh annually. Scholarships/free ships are offered to deserving students under various schemes by the government as well as by the management, details of which can be obtained from the office.
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