BMS College of Engineering FAQs

Q. In the BMS College of Engineering, is there a management quota?

Ans. Yes, the BMSCE has a management quota. Admission through the management quota is entirely dependent on donations for seats and is not based on merit. The VTU Technical Institution, the largest university in India with more than 150 private colleges under it in Karnataka, has authorized the quota. The associated costs are shown below:

Branch Amount per year
B.E (Computer Science & Engineering) INR 9 Lacs
B.E (Information Science & Engineering) INR 7.5Lacs
B.E (Electronics & Communication Engineering) INR 5.5 Lacs
B.E (Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning) INR 7 Lacs
B.E (Mechanical Engineering) INR 4 Lacs
B.E (Civil Engineering) INR 3.5 Lacs
B.E (Electrical & Electronics Engineering) INR 4.5 Lacs
B.E (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) INR 3.5 Lacs
B.E (Electronics & Instrumentation Technology) INR 3 Lacs
B.E (Bio-Technology) INR 3.5 Lacs
BE (Medical Electronics) INR 3 Lacs
BE (Chemical Engineering) INR 3 Lacs

Q. How is the BMSCE's CS Branch doing?

Ans. The BMS College of Engineering's CSE branch has good placements, a strong curriculum, and recruiters that come to the college for placements. The average CSE Branch packages range from 6 to 6.5 LPA. L&T Infotech, Royal Enfield, Robert Bosch, and a few IT firms like Wipro, Cognizant, and Infosys are among the main employers at the college.

Q. Are there any scholarships available for BMSCE students?

Ans. BMS College of Engineering is committed to rewarding deserving students. The university offers both private and public scholarships.

Q. What is the BMS College of Engineering's top salary?

Ans. At BMS College of Engineering, the highest salary is INR 30 LPA. In contrast, the typical compensation package at the college is INR 4 LPA.