Direct admission in ms ramaiah institute of technology bangalore



MSRIT or MS Ramaiah College is established in the heart of Bangalore city near to Yeshwantpur railway station.

The college is spread over more than 30 acres of land in the middle of Bangalore most prominent locations.

MSRIT was founded in the year 1962 and it is one of the oldest engineering colleges in India with more than 50 years of teaching experience.

MS Ramaiah college has a very big campus with hotel management, nursing, medical, dental, pharmacy, MBA colleges all inside one big campus.

MS Ramaiah College is known for its quality of education and the demand for B.E/B.Tech, B.Arch seats in MSRIT is very hight than compared to any other courses.

Since the demand for engineering course is very high, most of the seats under management quota are easily taken by students who are ready to pay the donation asked by the college.

To overcome this problem and make sure that more students get a chance to study B.E/B.Tech, MS Ramiah University Of Applied Science was started in the year 2013.

Ramaiah University is the second campus for MS Ramaiah Institute of technology also known as MSRUAS.

MSRUAS is spread over 25 acres of land located in Peenya industrial area, easily accessible through buses, cabs and metro trains.

It the campus has hostel facility, playground, library, placement cells inside the college.

MSRUAS is a deemed private university affiliated by AICTE and UGC, ranked among top 100 deemed universities in India by NIRF.

M.S. Ramaiah Admission Entrance Exams

Comed-K: For B.E/B.Tech admission in MSRIT. More than 30% of seats are given in Comed-K counseling for students from all part of India.

K-CET: For Karnataka state students who want to join MSRIT for B.E engineering. More than 50% of seats are allocated to local students through KEA counseling.

NATA: For B.Architecture admission in MSRIT, apply for National Aptitude Test in Architecture [NATA] entrance exams.

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