Bangalore Institute of Technology Bangalore Admissions 2022
Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore Karnataka is established in the year 1979 as Private Educational Institute to provide higher education to build career in the field of Engineering, Management and Computer Applications. Bangalore Institute of Technology is having Affiliation with reputed AICTE, NAAC and NBA. Management of Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore is working under Dr.Aswath.M.U (Principal).
Bangalore Institute of Technology Bangalore Courses Offered 2022
BIT Bangalore is an engineering college situated in the main city of Bangalore. It offers a variety of courses but I choose Computer Science Engineering. Although it is a private college, it takes admission from the COMEDK examination that happens every year for PCM holders. Although this exam is a state-level engineering exam, however, students outside the state can also participate. Besides this, you can also take admission in this exam with the help of other examinations such as JEE mains and KCET. However, for students residing in the state itself, the COMEDK exam is generally preferred for easy admissions and the admission fees is also lower in that scenario. Apart from this, you must be having your class 12 completed from a recognized board.Read Full Review
If you are from another state then living in Bangalore is quite hard in the beginning. The food is sometimes a problem. As a Maharashtrian, though I love having South Indian food on Sunday mornings, I cannot eat it daily. But over time you get used to it. Bangalore being an IT hub, that's why I chose to pursue engineering in IT field at BIT. It is known for its good education and placement. There is an entrance exam to get into BIT; it is taken in two parts. You have to clear both the steps to secure your seat. O felt the entrance is more tough than actual 4 years of engineering. Phew, but I got it. After getting into college, forget about holidays completely. You won't get any.Read Full Review
From Indore to Bangalore was because Bangalore Institute of Technology is one of those college that offers the specialization course, I wanted to pursue. The course is machine designing which is provided only by some rare universities in India. The admission for M.Tech in Machine Designing is through a tricky entrance which is followed by an interview. The seats are quite limited, and one has to be absolute best to crack both the part. Once you have done it, you can relax as life at the college was different for me but nothing much to bother. Outsiders will hardly feel outsiders here because every other student you meet here will be from some other state. I believe BIT has students from all states of India. The culture exchange and making friends with the ones who I never thought I would, was great fun. The college may be not that great, but the college's reputation is such that placements from BIT are more or less 100%. One complaint that I can lodge about the college is that autonomous colleges, in general, have quite a few holidays, but BIT Bangalore hardly had any.Read Full Review