BNMIT is an ideal institute spread over 4.06 acres in every sense of the word which is housed in a lush green and landscaped garden.The entire campus is Wi-Fi enabled with adequate classrooms & sophisticated laboratories including Library & Information Centre acting as a space to house the circulation & digital library section with a collections of over 40,558 Volumes of reference and textbooks with 9,584 distinct titles. There are a total of 3 seminar halls and 1 auditorium with a seating capacity of 900 to support the activities conducted on campus. Boys & Girls Hostel has a capacity of 300 students. Also, it has Gym, Basketball & Badminton courts, to facilitate the sports activities.
Area 4 Acres
Buit up area 4 Acres
Sports Grounds 3
- Boys Hostel
- Comp. Lab
- Convo. Hall
- Girls Hostel
- Guest house
- Medical Fac.
- Cls. Room
- Resid. Institue
- Resid. std
- Resid. Fac.
- Seminar Hall
Students Activities & Clubs
BNM FRIENDS OF NATURE CLUB established in 1995 believes that an understanding of nature will give each individual a better perspective of the world as well as himself. The nature club believes that the public should be made aware of the precarious situation our mother earth finds herself with regard to the Global Warming, Ozone layer depletion, consequent major changes in climatic conditions, erratic monsoon and the consequent floods and drought that would make healthy life on earth next to impossible. The admission to the nature club is based on the performance of the student in the Entrance Test. Here the students are tested for their interest in wild life conservation and awareness of the environment, previous social activities undertaken etcThe club is led by Sri Narayan Rao R. Maanay, Secretary BNMIT and assisted by Prof. N. Sheshaprasad and has about 300 student members. First and fore most, they are taught about the importance of our environment and its conservation, awareness about their responsibilities and knowledge of the flora and fauna. Further, the members are exposed to adventure sports of Para sailing, Mountaineering, Trekking, Water Sports, Environmental Awareness Programs, Tree Planting, Bird Watching, field trips and bi-annual wilderness camps, etc., along with regular audio visual programs and screening of Green Oscar award winning films & documentaries of wild life conservation and environment protection.
The club provides an opportunity to the student members the art of creative, nature and wildlife photography and to capture the beautiful moments with the able guidance of Prof. Eishwar. N. Maanay, where the members are also taught technology involved in photography at the exclusive editing studio and they edit the photos with the help of latest technology
The National Service Scheme (NSS) unit of BNMIT is participating in various social service activities, by conducting blood donation camps, fund collection during national calamities & organizing rallies and campaigns on various aspects of socio-economic and environmental issues. This unit is running under NSS wing of Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum. During the current year the BNMIT NSS unit Organized Blood donation camp, Polio
like Robotics club, BETA, ACSIS, EEE Club, ME Club and TATVA conduct various programs including guest lecturers periodically.
- Psychometric Santhe- MBA Department of BNMIT in association with NHRD organised Psychometric Santhe- A Mela followed by Panel Discussion on March 1, 2014. The students had put up stalls for experiential learning to test the participants on loco inventory, life experience inventory, leadership styles, role efficacy, rods-scale, personal effectiveness, coping with stress. Panel Discussion on “Psychometric Assessments and The Business Connect” was also organized.
- NHRD Project Swayamvar 2014 was organised on January 11, 2014.
Rural Market Visit to Siddaganga Mutt Fair, Tumkur District
MBA students took keen interest in selling their products to the people who were part of Siddaganga Mutt Fair, Tumkur District on February 22, 2014. The three groups namely Panchayati Pandavaru, Santhege Savaal and Godhulee invested Rs.500 each and the remaining two teams namely Raithara Mithra and Grahakara Bandhu invested Rs.300 each. The total money from all the 5 groups summed up to Rs. 2100. The total money earned at the end of the activity was Rs. 4000. The aim of the visit was to provide a practical exposure to the students about scope and challenges of rural marketing.
The Finance Club promotes finance-related activities for the students of Finance Specialisation. It caters to a wide variety of finance-related interests, particularly investment banking, sales and trading, private wealth management, and corporate finance. Activities planned under the club includes mock stock trading, guest lecture from experts from the industry, tutorial classes on e-views, TED talks related to Investment & Banking, Movies related to stock market, finance quiz, crossword puzzles etc.