The Bangalore Group of Institutions is a leading group of educational institutions that makes vocational education count. With an aim to create equal opportunities for every student to learn and succeed, the Bangalore Group of Institutions catalyzes professional education through various courses and facilities. The world-class education delivered by experienced faculty propels students to excel in their chosen field and become skilled professionals. Under the umbrella of the Bangalore Group of Institutions, our higher education colleges are charting a new trajectory for excellence in education, thereby fostering innovation and nurturing future leaders.
The Bangalore Group of Institutions has seen catapulting growth over the years. Slowly but steadily, we have been successful at adding a wide number of professional courses to our higher education colleges giving aspiring students a platform to develop into qualified professionals. Here’s a timeline of our progress as a distinguished educational institution.
2008: Started Nursing Diploma School at Florida School of Nursing with an intake of 50 students annually.
2009: Started nursing degree courses, including B.Sc. Nursing, PB B.Sc. Nursing, and M.Sc. Nursing with an annual intake of 50, 40, and 20 students respectively annually at Florida College of Nursing. We also started another Diploma Nursing School here that admits 60 students per year.
2010: Started four branches of Engineering at the Bangalore Technological Institute with each branch admitting 120 students annually.
2017: Introduced Diploma in Pharmacy course at Bangalore College of Pharmacy and the course has an annual intake of 60 students.
2018: Started BBA Aviation, BCom course at Bangalore College of Management, which has an annual capacity of 50 students for this course.
2019: Started BS/MD programme at Emilio Institute of Medical Science BS is conducted by Bangalore Group of Institutions followed by MD from Emilio Aguinaldo College – School of Medicine from Philippines. This degree is approved by CHED, Philippines and Medical Council of India.