Overview BMS College of Law
BMS College of Law was incepted and established in the academic year 1963 by the ageis of BMS Education Trust by Sri. B S Narayan. This college is been affiliated by the Karnataka State Law University KSLU and has been approved by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi. This educational law institute was started with an aim to provide quality education in the Law discipline. BMS College of Law has very rigid foundation with highly trained and practiced faculty members.
- BMS College of Law has the following courses offered like BA-LLB, B.Com-LLB and BBA-LLB has 5 years fulltime program and LLB as three years fulltime programs. The 5 years programs are all integrated programs with combination of Undergraduate degree course with Bachelor of Law (LLB).
- There is BMS College of Law placement cell which assists each and every student in achieving internships in some of the most leading corporate, NGO’s and Law firms of the country. This placement cell is responsible for arranging placement related activities such as mock interviews, training programs, general aptitude, and personality development program and group discussion.
- Applicants who have completed pre-university or 10+2 from a recognized board or university or any equivalent in order to be eligible for BMS College of Law admissions. The minimum aggregate needed in qualifying examination will be 45% marks for general category and 40% marks in aggregate for SC and ST candidates.
- BMSCL, Bangalore admission process includes application process firstly, short listing of applicants; selection process will be done through entrance exam called as BMSCLAT and personal interview. Students will receive offer letter if in case have been granted with admission to any of the Law courses.
- BMS College provides hostel facilities for non-locality students like those who come from faraway places. There are separate and good hostels for both girls and boys. The hostel facility includes single sharing rooms as well as twin sharing rooms which are all fully furnished and equipped with all the facilities.
- The college produce leaders who drive positive change for the benefit of India and the global community. The students can explore stirring and exacting world of law, the legal system and legal thinking.
- The law of college balances elements that are important of traditional legal teaching with new offerings that furnish graduates with the technical skills to prosper in the changing world of work.
BMS College of law is a private college located in the centre of India’s high-tech industry, with several other campuses located across Bangalore. The university was established in 1964, becoming the first engineering college under the Management of the State of Karnataka (Private). The college is approved by Bar Council of India and affiliated to Karnataka State Law Open University. The trust constitutes of highly reputed institutions where it has enrolled over 12,000 students in the areas like Commerce, Information Technology, Law Science, Engineering and Architecture.
BMS College of Law INFRASTRUCTURE:
Studying at BMS you will experience lively happenings filled with cultural, social, sporting and re-creation activities.
- Moot Court (Law)
- Sports complex – Availability of Badminton, Throw ball, Cricket, and Volleyball courts, along with chess boards and carom boards.
- Labs – computer lab
- Legal Aid Lab
BMS College of Law Extra-Curricular Activities like:
- Inter-Collegiate Table Tennis tournament
- Inter-Collegiate Volleyball Tournament
BMS College of Law HOSTEL:
In the halls of residence each room comes with a king-size single bed, a chair, a desk, a wardrobe. Separate hostels for both girls and boys with well-furnished and ventilated rooms.
BMS College of Law SCHOLARSHIP:
The Students belonging to Scheduled Caste, Schedule Tribes and Backward students the college offers the Government of Karnataka Scholarships and Government of India Scholarships. For the deserving candidates BMSCL provides loan scholarship covering up to 70%. The college also provides scholarship to the meritorious and economically backward students.