Presenting the BMS cut off percentages in Mumbai Colleges for the year 2009:
St. Xaviers College – 89%
Bhavans College Andheri – 76%
Rizvi – 65%
MMK – 78%
Burhani – 59%
Valia College – 65%
Hinduja College – 63%
N L College – 72%
HR College – 89%
N M College – 88%
Mithibai – 86%
Jai Hind College – 85%
Sydenham College – 84%
Tolani College -68%
Siddarth College – 67%
St. Andrews College – 68%
Rithambara College – 72%
Presenting the BMS cut off percentages in Mumbai Colleges for the year 2008:
St. Andrews College – 68%
Bhavans College – 79%
Guru Nanak Khalsa College- 78%
H R College – 89%
Jai Hind College – 85%
K P B Hinduja College – 79%
MMK College – 80%
Tolani College – 75%
Mithibai College – 83%
Nagindas Khandwala College (N L College) – 72%
N M College – 87%
Patkar College – 72%
Raheja College – 74%
R A Podar College – 80%
Sathaye College – 69%
SIES (Sion east) – 78%
Vivekanand College – 78%
Wilson College – 82%
St. Xaviers College – 85%
So what exactly makes BMS the bigger, better course out there when pitted against other degree courses?
Read on to know more….
Why is BMS/BBA hotter than other conventional courses?
The BMS/BBA course provides comprehensive and practical management training to students by way of interaction, projects, presentations, industrial visits, practical training, lectures by professionals, job orientation and placements. It is a perfectly structured course for budding managers and CEOs of tomorrow.
It is a known fact that managers are synonymous with perfection. Expectations are high and the tact of getting work completed, and through others in the appropriate manner is what defines the capabilities of a manger.
Such are the people who are in demand in today’s globally competitive market and such are the people that a BMS/BBA degree are suited for.
A step ahead of Traditional Courses:
Unlike other courses like a B.COM degree, BMS/ BBA is not just a degree course that involves regular lectures that are taught the traditional way through prescribed text books and timed lectures. The course is a step ahead and teaches the student through a practical learning process by way of presentations, case studies, project writing, summer internships and guest lecturers from the industry etc that prepares a student on all spheres of ‘Management’
Industrial visits are also organized every year to help the student go beyond the walls of a classroom and to study the various aspects of how an industry works and the scope of activities involved in its contribution towards the industry.
Course initiated by Reputed Insititutes:
Almost all the top city colleges have their own BMS department wherein the students are given extensive insights and learning focus on the course. A special faculty department that meets the learning and teaching demands of the course looks after the entire operation of the course within the college/institute.
Graduating from any of these institutes further cements the students future to pursue a post graduation degree like an MBA.
Brighter job opportunities are more likely after having passed out from such institutes.
Well designed framework of study:
BMS/ BBA course covers the same subject areas as that of an MBA programe and caters to more or less of the same syllabus. Common subjects in the fields of Finance, Marketing, H R, Operations are also tackled during the six semester layout of the BMS course. Each semester is well designed to cover various subjects from different fields of specialization.
Also in the final year the students can opt for a specialization subject that makes them unique to the specialization of their choice. This in turn helps them in getting placements directly to the field of their interest.
Domination over other undergraduate courses:
In a time span of being just 10 years old, the BMS/ BBA course has turned out to be one of the most sought after course to pursue a graduation degree. Gone are the days when people would look at a B.COM degree as their first option. It is only but natural then that admission into these courses are restricted to the amount of limited seats available and also to those students that have secured high scores after grade 12.
These students are then trained for the next 3 years under guidance from the BMS/BBA faculty and given extra credits through the deliverance of guest lectures and presentations that are not part of a B.COM course structure.
Read more to know about the most happening and talked about BMS festivals in Mumbai…
BMS College Festivals
N M College: Drishti
Drishti is the seven-day management festival of Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics. Drishti has been organised successfully since the last 10 years and this year had 17 events conducted over six different venues.
Apart from fun events, the festival also features a mini Olympic event which has sports like the American Football and Poker. The festival had loads of other exciting events lined up for students like criminal codes, concerts, prom nites for students where they enjoy music and dance.
Jai Hind College: Talaash
Talaash is an inter-collegiate festival that is hosted by the BMS students at Jai Hind College. This annual affair brings with it new surprises, new challenges, new winners and lots of fun along with it.
Over the past 10 years, Talaash has built a reputation of being a trend-setter. They were the first to organize an event that merged dance and drama, they were also the first to festival to have its own advertisement and also not to forget the big prizes that are given away!
The main USP events at Talaash are EVD (BMS) , Market King (BMM) and Escape from Alcatraz (BAF).
Lala Lajpat Rai College: Tsunami
Tsunami has marked the beginning of brilliance in creation and integration for the BMS students of Lala Lajpat Rai CollegeTsunami has proved to be bigger and better each year. Its growth and impact is proven by the plethora of impressive sponsors that have been riding the wave along with them in the past years.
It has established itself as a top management festival and spread its footprints accross 30 colleges.
The festival implies togetherness. It also provides a platform for all those who are a part of the program stream an opportunity to showcase their talent and a pedestal for those who believe and dare to tread the path of risk in order to succeed.
Mithibai College: Colosseum
‘Colosseum’ an Inter-collegiate Management Festival hosted by the BMS department of Mithibai College has been organized successfully for the last 9 years. It is a three day event that features a number of activities and events that challenge the potential of students from all over the city.
Literally bearing the connotation of an arena built in the ancient Rome for public sports events, entertainment, or assemblies, the students attempt to and brilliantly succeed at replicating the same.
Every year the students unite in a combined and synergized effort to organize this festival. Not only does it allow the students to explore their creative and artistic sensibilities but it also provides a platform to exhibit textbook managerial practices in a more realistic and personal environment thus strengthening and firming their understanding of core concepts.
The festival entails a plethora of events and games ranging from the performing arts, sports, academics, literary events, fine arts, and special events.
Bhavans Chowpatty: Manzeal
The Career Fair is organized by the students of the Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS). Sydenham College’s annual Career Fair began in 2004 as an attempt to bring to students from across the city, a better understanding of the options available to them once they step out of the comfort of their educational institutions.
The festival has now grown to now host 40 institutions including institutions from the spheres of science, aviation, animation, commerce, computer, hotel management and many more. This event is going to be spread over the entire college and its popularity has gone up tenfold as the number of students who attended it last year rests at a whopping 5000 people.
Through the medium of this fair, we seek to make people aware of the rapidly growing number of opportunities awaiting them in the competitive corporate world as well as the seemingly “off-beat” career paths, for which it is difficult to gather the correct information.
Career Fair not only hosts educational stalls, but also organizes seminars and workshops conducted by distinguished speakers and professionals.
MMK College: Lakshya
The BMS department which is an integral part of MMK College of Commerce and Economics situated at Bandra, presents an intercollegiate BMS festival of its own called Lakshya every year.
Lakshya, aims at involving the large number of students studying across the wide variety of colleges situated across the city of Mumbai and inculcating a sense of competitiveness among them through various events covering areas of management, sports as well as cultural.
Apart from being an inter college event, Lakshya is a movement that involves not only healthy competition between college and interaction between like minded people, but also provides an opportunity to voice one’s opinions, gather support for initiatives and do something for the welfare of those who are less priveledged.
Eligibility for the Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS):
Any student that has completed his 12th in Arts commerce or Science , Can apply for BMS , If you have a Keen interest in Management and want to Dip your finger in all the aspects of Management , BMS is FOR YOU.
Entrance Tests for Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS):
There is no entrance , but colleges take students on the basis of your 12th Percentage , Different college have different cut offs , The list of cut offs will be put up shortly.
Top Colleges in Mumbai for BMS:
1. HR College: 123, D.W Road, Churchgate, Mumbai-400020, Tel. No: 022-22876115
2. Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics: B road, Churchgate, Mumbai-400020, Tel. No: 022-00855726/022-22882117
3. SIES College: Sri. Chandrasekarendra Saraswathy Vidyapuram, plot 1-E, Sector 5, Nerul, Navi Mumbai- 400706, Tel. No: 022-22708376/77
4. Narsee Monjee College: JVPD Scheme, Road no.1, Vile Parle (W), Mumbai- 400058
5. Mulund College of Commerce: Sarojini Naidu Road, Mulund (W), Mumbai- 400080
Location wise BMS Colleges in Mumbai
1 Chetna’s Hazarimala Somani College of Commerce & Economics, Bandra(East), Mumbai-40051
2 Gokhale Education Society’s Bhausaheb Vartak Arts, Science & Commerce College, M H B Colony, Gorai Road, Borivali (West), Mumbai
3 Ghanshaymdas Saraf Girls College of Arts and Commerce, Sarvodaya Balika Vidyalaya Bhavan, Swami Vivekanand Road, Malad (West),Mumbai – 400 064
4 M L Dahanukar College of Commerce, Dixit Road, Vile Parle (East), Mumbai – 400 056
5 M M College of Arts, N M Institute of Science, & Haji Rashid Jaffer College of Commerce (Bhavans College), Andheri (West), Mumbai – 400 058
6 Mithibai College of Arts, Chauhan Institute of Science and Amrutben Jivanlal College of Commerce & Economics, Vile Parle (West), Mumbai – 400 056
7 Nagindas Khandwala College of Commerce & Arts, Road no.1, Bhadran Nagar, Off S V Road, Malad (West), Mumbai – 400 064
8 Oriental Education Society’s College of Arts, Commerce & Science , Adarsh Nagar , Andheri (West) , Mumbai
9 Rithambara Vishwa Vidyapeeth’s Malini Kishor Sanghavi College of Commerce and Economics , Ville Parle (West), Mumbai 400 049
10 Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics, J V P D Scheme, Vile PArle (West), Mumbai – 400 056
11 Rizvi Education Society’s College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Rizvi Complex, Sherly Road, Bandra (West), Mumbai – 400 050
12 S S & L S Patkar College of Arts & Science & V P Varde College of Commerce & Economics, Goregaon, Mumbai
13 Sadhana Education Society’s L S Raheja College of Arts & Commerce, Juhu Road, Juhu, Mumbai – 400 054
14 Smt. K.G. Mittal College of Arts and Commerce, Malad (West) , Mumbai – 400 064
15 Smt.Mithibai Motiram Kundnani College fo Commerce & Economics, 32nd Road, Bandra, Mumbai – 400 050
16 St.Andrew’s College of Arts, Science & Commerce, St.Dominic Road, Bandra (west), Mumbai – 400 050
17 Tolani College of Commerce, Sher-E-Punjab Colony, Plot no. 150/151, Mahakali Caves Rd., Andheri (East), Mumbai – 400 093.
18 Valia Chhaganlal Laljibai College of Science and Valia Lilavatiben Chhaganlal College of Arts, D. N. Nagar, J.P. Road, Andheri (West), Mumbai- 400 058
19 Vivek Education Society’s College of Commerce, Goregaon, Mumbai
20 Balbharati College of Commerce , S.V. Road, Kandivili (West), Mumbai 400 067
21 The Royal Higher Education Society’s College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Ismail M Kanga Educational Campus, Shrishti Housing Complex, Kashimira, Mira Rd., Dist- Thane
22 Vishnu Warman Charitable Trust’s College of Arts and Commerce , Virar (W), Dist.Thane
1 Rayat Shikshan Sanstha’s Modern College, Sector 15-A, Vashi, Navi Mumbai – 400 703
2 Vishveshwar Education Society’s Western College of Commerce and Business Management, Vashi, Navi Mumbai – 400 703
3 Motilal Jhunjhunwala College of Arts , Science and Commerce , Vashi, Navi Mumbai
4 South Indian Education Society’s College of Commerce, Shri Chandrasekarendra Saraswaty Vidyapuram, Plot 1C, Sector V, Nerul, Navi Mumbai – 400 076
5 Tilak Education Society’s College of Commerce , Sector 28, Vashi , Navi Mumbai
6 Mahatma Education Society’s Pilla’s College of Arts and Commerce , New Panvel
7 Janardan hagat Shikshan Prasarak Sanstha’s Changu Kana Thakur Arts, Commerce and Science College, Plot no. 1, Sector-II, Khanda Colony, New Panvel(West),District Raigad – 410 206.
8 Dr. B.B. Gaitonde Charitable Trust’s College of Arts and Commerce, Banda, District Sindhudurg.
9 Khopoli Municipal Council College, Khopoli, District Raigad – 410203
10 R.P. Gogate College of Arts & Science, R.V. Jogalekar College of Commerce, Ratnagiri 415612
11 Navyug Vidyapeeth Trust College of Science & Commerce , Mahad, District Raigad
12 Shikshan Vikas Mandal’s H. Kelkar College of Arts , Commerce and Science, Devgad , District Sindhudurg
1 Maratha Mandir College of Commerce, Maratha Mandir Marg, Mumbai Central, Mumbai – 400 008
2 Nagarik Shikshan Sanstha College of Commerce, 94 , Tardeo Road, M.P. Mills Compound, Mumbai 400 034
3 South Indian Education Society’s College of Commerce & Economics, Plot No.71/72, Sion – Matunga Estate, Sion (East), Mumbai – 400 022
4 M.G. Acharya and D.K. Marathe College of Arts, Commerce & Science, Chembur, Mumbai 400 071
5 S I W S’s N R Swamy College of Commerce & Economics, Smt.Thirumalai College of Science, Plot no.337, Sewree, Wadala Estate, Mumbai
6 South Indian Education Society’s College of Commerce & Economics, Plot No.71/72, Sion – Matunga Estate, Sion (East), Mumbai – 400 022
7 Vivekanand Education Society’s College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Sindhi Society, Chembur, Mumbai – 400 071.
8 South Indian Education Society’s Arts, Science and Commerce, Sion (West), Mumbai 400 022
1 Birla College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Kalyan, Dist. – Thane
2 D S P Mandal’s K V Pendharkar College of Arts, Science & Commerce, M I D C Area, Dombivili (East), Dist. – Thane – 421 203
3 K.B. College of Arts and Commerce & S.C. College of Science for Women, Kopri, Thane
4 Vidya Vikas Education Society’s Vikas Arts and Commerce College, Kannamwar Nagar 2 , Vikhroli (East) , Mumbai 400083
5 Mulund College of Commerce, Sarojini Naidu Road, Mulund (West), Mumbai – 400 080
6 Ramanand Arya DAV College, Bhandup(East), Mumbai – 400042
7 Ramniranjan Jhunjhunwala College, Ghatkopar, Mumbai – 400 086
8 Ratnam College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Bhandup (West), Mumbai – 400078
9 S K Somaiya College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Vidyavihar, Mumbai – 400 077
10 Smt.Chandibai Himatmal Mansukhani College, Opp. Ulhasnagar Railway Station, Ulhasnagar, District- Thane – 421 003
11 Vidya Prasarak Mandal’s K G Joshi College of Arts & N G Bedekar College of Commerce, Chendani Bunder Rd., Thane – 400 601.
12 Dnyan Vikas Mandal’s College of Arts, Commerce & Science, Kalwa, Dist.Thane
1 Akbar Peerbhoy College of Commerce & Economics, Maulana Shaukatali Road, Mumbai – 400 008.
2 H R College Of Commerce & Economics, Dinshaw Waccha Road, Churchgate, Mumbai – 400 020
3 People’s Education Society’s Siddharth College of Commerce & Economics, Anand Bhavan, Dr. D N Road, Fort, Mumbai – 400 023
4 Alkesh Dinesh Mody Institute of Finance & Management Studies, Fort Campus, Mumbai – 400 032
5 Bhavan’s College, Hazarimal Somani College of Arts, Science & Jayaramdas Patel College of Commerce, Chowpatty, Mumbai – 400 007
6 Jai Hind College, Basantsingh Institute of Science & J T Lalwani College of Commerce, 23-24, Backbay Reclamation, ‘A’ Road, Churchgate, Mumbai – 400 020
7 Lala Lajpatrai College of Commerce & Economics, Lala Lajpatrai Marg, Haji Ali, Mumbai – 400 034
8 St. Xaviers College of Arts & Science & Commerce , Mumbai- 400 00
9 Sydenham College of Commerce & Economics, ‘B’ Road, Churchgate Reclamation, Mumbai400 020
10 Wilson College, Chowpatty, Mumbai – 400 007.
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