B.M.S. College of Engineering
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|Founder||Bhusanayana Mukundadas Sreenivasaiah|
|Location||Bangalore, Karnataka, India|
B.M.S. College of Engineering (BMSCE) is an autonomous engineering college in Basavangudi, Bangalore, India. The college, started in 1946 by B. M. Sreenivasaiah, was the first private sector initiative in technical education in India and is run by the BMS Educational Trust. It was affiliated with Visvesvaraya Technological University from 1998 to 2008, and became autonomous in 2008. BMSCE is located on the Basavangudi Area Bull Temple Road, diagonally opposite to the famous Bull Temple. Though a private engineering college, it is partially funded by the Government of Karnataka.
|Engineering – India|
|India Today (2017)||18|
|Outlook India (2017)||45|
Among engineering colleges, BMSCE ranked 18th by India Today in 2017, 45 by Outlook India in 2016[not in citation given] and 67 by the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) in 2018.
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