Unsure about the upcoming PGCET/KMAT pattern? Doubtful about the syllabus? Want some tips and tricks to ace the tests? Join eMBArk, a free training programme by BNMIT to fancy your chances in the competition.
What if you could power your vehicle by bolting an energy-storing, rotating, and flapping device to your roof? The device could generate the energy, pump it to the engines, and store the extra amount for later usage too.
This World Sign Language Day (September 23), a BNMIT student has come up with an Artificial Intelligence (AI) based software to help the deaf and mute. The software will assist them in establishing a two-way communication channel even with unimpaired people who have never studied sign language.
After graduating from an engineering or a management course, while most people treasure a secured job matching their qualifications, here are some stunning acts of alternate career shifts from BNMIT campus.
The world population, as per the UN population division was 7.8 billion in 2020 and is expected to level out at 10.9 billion by around 2100. This ever-increasing population, when coupled with environmental issues, spews out a plethora of problems that we need to tackle, head-on.
Dr. Shashi Prabha, an educationist, through her survey and findings projects that with the shift in teaching and learning methodology in the wake of the pandemic, focus must be primarily on the teachers and their proficiency with the use of technology.The ambulance will be a part of the COVID Care Center being established by the Bannerghatta Panchayat of the Government for the villages situated in and around the Bannerghatta National Park. Manned by paramedics and fully equipped to handle any situation, the ambulance will ensure immediate initial treatment to the villagers and will operate in 14 villages located in the area. The service will be provided free of cost.
After months in the making, the students of BNMIT’s class of 2021 were finally back together for the first time since March 2020 for their long-awaited Graduation Ceremony. Over 500 graduates turned to campus on Monday, 2 August, to celebrate the event with much pomp and fervor. They collected their medals, grabbed on their certificates, racked up the mementoes; and bid a final goodbye to embark on a new journey hereon.