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CAMPUS LOCATION

Baroda Manipal School of Banking is located in the northern part of Bangalore on the main road leading to the airport at Devenhalli.

The exact address of the Institute is as follows:

Baroda Manipal School of Banking
Manipal Academy of Banking
No.65 Manipal County Road, Off: Hosur Road
Singasandra
Bangalore-560068

 

ABOUT BANGALORE

Bangalore is the capital and the largest city of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is also called "Garden City" for its beautiful gardens, flowers and trees which flourish in each and every street. It is India's fifth largest city and India's fifth largest metropolitan area, with a 2001 population of about 96.21 lakhs.

Bangalore, also known as the “Science City or Cyber City” of India has become an education hub for students from both India and abroad. The educational institutions here have excelled in the deliverance of high-standard education in various disciplines to enable students prepare for a highly competitive working environment. Bangalore has been able to achieve a high literacy rate of 83.91% with the help of several initiatives taken by the State Government and the local authorities.

Climate

Nature has gifted Bangalore city with a very pleasant and moderate climate. In Bangalore, neither would you tremble with cold in winters, nor would you drench with sweat in summers. Bangalore weather boasts of cool winters and warm summers, without any extremes in both the cases.

Summers

As per Bangalore weather, the summer season lasts from April to June. The maximum temperature during the day rarely exceeds 33 deg C, making the summers quite mild.

Winters

Winter season in Bangalore stretches on from December to February. The minimum temperature in winters hovers somewhere around 10 deg C, with the coldest month being January. Early morning fog can also be experienced during December and January.

Monsoon

The monsoon season in Bangalore is from June to August. The south-western monsoon rains drenches the city in monsoons, taking the humidity to as high as 76 percent.

The city of Bangalore counts amongst the few cities in India that experience an agreeable weather throughout the year. Still, the best time to visit the garden city of India is between October and February.

 
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REACHING THE CAMPUS

Bangalore is well connected by road, rail and air.
The Baroda Manipal School of Banking is out of the city limits and hence, the normal fares may not apply. However, the indicative fares are as under:

 

Rickshaw

Taxi

Majestic Bus Stand

Rs.170

Rs.265

Bangalore Airport

Rs.530

Rs.650

Bangalore City Railway Station

Rs.180

Rs.300

Yestwantapur Railway Station

Rs.240

Rs.430

Detailed communication would be sent to the finally selected participants in due course, which shall also include details of arrangements, etc to reach the Campus. Programme Participants may plan their journey to arrive at the campus on the dates indicated in the bank's communication.

 
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ROUTE MAP

The Route Map will be uploaded shortly.

 

ACCOMODATION

Accommodation for the participants is provided in the hostels located in the campus. Room allotment is done on 'first come first serve' basis. A separate dining room has been provided for all the students.

 

FACILITIES

The campus is full -fledged with self- sufficient facilities for knowledge acquisition. Baroda Manipal School of Banking has an air conditioned library with a large collection of books & reference material, magazines & journals and large number of economic and general newspapers. It is open on all days till late in the evening. Text books are supplied to all new students on returnable basis. Reference books can be browsed in the library and can also be borrowed. There are interesting teaser schemes to induce & promote reading habits such as free newspapers, additional books for borrowings etc in select hours.

Baroda Manipal School of Banking has well equipped computer labs open up to 8.30pm every day of the week. The number of desktops/Laptops available to students is very large enabling a student: machine ratio of around 3:1. The campus has a high broadband connectivity enabling uninterrupted access to global knowledge.

 
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HOSTEL RULES

General

There will be separate wardens for the gentlemen’s and the ladies’ hostels. The wardens would be responsible for the discipline in the hostel and for allotment of the rooms. The concerned Warden heads the Hostel Management Committee. The wardens will be assisted by hostel supervisors and other staff who will be responsible for maintenance of the buildings and other assets. In addition, floors in charge would be nominated to join the management Committee who will assist the wardens in the day to day functioning of the hostels. Similarly, a Mess Committee would be formed to assist the warden in smooth running of the hostel mess. Aim of setting up the management committee is to ensure a clean and secure living environment that is conducive for the academic advancement.

Gentlemen are not permitted to visit the floors of the hostels earmarked for the Ladies.  Similarly, ladies are not permitted to visit the Gentlemen’s rooms or the floors occupied by them.

All residents are expected to be properly dressed before they come out of their rooms. They should not be found roaming around in the corridors improperly dressed.

Allotment and Vacating the Hostels

Rooms would be allotted to the residents by the warden. The allotment would be valid for the complete duration of the Programme. Residents shall not change over to any other room except with the written permission of the warden. Residents may be required to shift to other blocks/rooms in organizational interest, as and when directed by the hostel authorities.

Residents are advised to check all fixtures and fitments in their respective rooms as per the inventory at the time of occupation.

Residents would be required to vacate the hostel at the time of proceeding for the internship during the fourth trimester. Any damage to the hostel property in their respective rooms would have to be made good by the Residents.

Maintenance and Upkeep

Residents must tidy up their rooms every day before leaving for classes or going out of the hostel.

Any request for repair or maintenance should be entered in the registers specifically kept for this purpose with the hostel warden. Residents must bring to the notice of the supervisory staff any failure or breakdown in electric supply. They should not attempt to repair the defects in the mains or in the distribution system.

  • When leaving their rooms, the residents must switch off all lights, fans and water taps.

  • Bed linen would be changed at stipulated intervals by the supervisory staff.

  • Residents are advised not to deface the walls of the hostels by pasting posters etc. Similarly, no alterations of any nature are permitted.

  • The rooms and surroundings must be kept neat and clean. Services of cleaners would be provided by the hostel.

  • Cooking in the hostel rooms is not permitted.

  • Pets of any kind are not permitted in the hostel premises. Feeding of stray dogs and cats or any other animals is not permitted in the hostel premises.

Resident’s Mess

All residents would be necessarily required to dine in the Resident’s Mess. They would be expected to adhere to the laid down timings.

General Conduct

  • Playing of loud music and disturbing other residents is not permitted. All residents are expected to maintain the decorum by not disturbing their room mates or their neighbours.

  • Playing of any outdoor games in the corridors of the hostels is not permitted.

  • The Wardens or their representatives may enter any room for verification at any time of the day or night.

  • • All residents must return to the hostel latest by 7.30 pm (girls) / 9.30 pm (boys).

  • Any absence from the hostel at night must be with the specific permission of the warden.

  • Residents are not permitted to allow their rooms to be used by any other person.

  • Visitors must be entertained in the areas specifically earmarked for them.

  • All residents must inform the warden about any disciplinary or other problems concerning them or their roommates / neighbours.

  • No television is permitted to be kept in any hostel room.

  • Residents are advised not to keep any valuables or jewellery, etc in their rooms. All expensive items must be kept under lock and key when the residents are not in their rooms. The management will not be held responsible for loss of any valuables. All rooms when the residents are not present must be locked and the key handed over to the security by the last occupant leaving the room. Residents are not permitted to bring any type of private conveyance to the hostel.

Complaints and Representations

All complaints shall be made in writing and addressed to the warden.

Residents are not permitted to convene meeting of any sort in the hostel premises without the prior permission of the warden.

General

These instructions are by no means comprehensive. All students admitted to the Course are provided with a Participant Handbook and a copy of the Discipline rules and regulations, which they have to abide by at all times during the program. Any issue, not expressly provided herein, would rest at the absolute discretion of the BMSB authorities who also reserve the right to modify these instructions. It would be the earnest endeavor of the management to make the living conditions in the hostel as comfortable as possible. Cooperation of the residents would help the management in achieving this aim.

 
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UNIFORM

Bank of Baroda will issue dress to be worn by all participants. This dress, as laid down, would be worn for all classes and other organised activities. Till the time the participants are issued with the uniform dress code, they would abide by the following dress code: -

  1. Gentlemen

    1. Formal office trousers and shirts with a tie. Most acceptable colours for trousers would be black, brown, blue and grey. Preferable pastel colours for shirts.
    2. Suits for formal occasions.
    3. Formal footwear
    4. Well groomed.

  2. Ladies

    1. Silk or cotton (starched) sari
    2. Formal western wears (formal trousers/skirts with a top or a jacket) or salwar kameez.
    3. Formal footwear.
    4. Well groomed.
 
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