BMS Institute of Technology, Bangalore - Courses & FeesBangalore , Karnataka

  •   ESTD 2002
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  •   NAAC Rating - A

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BMS Institute of Technology, Bangalore Reviews

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1 week ago

Milan Chaudhary B.Tech Student

Overview 4/5

I'm in mechanical faculty teachers are good but better i suggest my juniors that it's good to go to NIT colleges rather than any private college.
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1 year ago

KESHAV VENKATESH CHAIL B.Tech Student

A College worth Joining!! 5/5

This college offers a overall development in all your skills, let it be technical, cultural and encourages you for everything.
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1 year ago

KESHAV VENKATESH CHAIL B.Tech Student

A college worth joining. 5/5

An amazing college to join. Its provides all the facilities required for engineering. It is a great Ambience in atmosphere.
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11 months ago

KSHITHIJA B R BBA Student

Overview 4/5

I was 2015 Passout, it is a good college with good facilities, everyone should join this College

Recruiters

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Placement Officer
Mrs. Ambika R Subhash
 +91 9148735707
  placement@bmsit.in , bmsit.placements@gmail.com

Awards

‘Project of the Year’ award for wireless prosthetic limb

Four engineering students from BMS Institute of Technology (BMSIT), Yelahanka, have bagged the „Project of the Year‟ award at an exhibition organised by the Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology. Electronics and Communications Engineering students Harshitha Parnandi Venkata, T M Madhuri, S Modini and Sneha Das, who passed out of the institute recently, won the award at an exhibition held at Angadi Institute of Technology and Management, Belgaum, for their project on Prosthetic Limb Control using Adaptive Signal Processing of Election-Myogram (EMG) Signals. “The main objective of the project is to build a prosthetic limb which facilitates easy movement and requires comparatively less effort and energy to move it,” states the students‟ winning project report. The students were guided by Saneesh Cleatus Thundiyil and Raghavendra S. The students came up with a working model of a prosthetic limb based on the signals obtained from the functional limb. By using a feedback system, the motion of the prosthetic limb was smoothened and made to function so that it is in synchronisation with the functional limb. The wireless transmission of signals is done from the functional limb to the prosthetic limb.

Scholarship

Government Scholarship

The scholarship is provided by the institute to those students who belong to the reserved category or their parental income is less than 100000 INR per annum.

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