Extracurricular are anything that you pursue with passion, something that makes you more productive and healthy, and work as a stress buster for you in campus. It helps you to utilize your free time very productively. Engagement in such activities will help students to demonstrate the leadership potential and business skills required to make you stand out.
Management Students Association is a nominated body of senior students which sphere head all extracurricular activities in the campus. The leadership plan and implement various activities by harnessing the skill and talents of each and every students in the institution. To focus on different functional areas of management and to provide depth and focus on various activities different functional clubs are also working in unison with MSA.
Faculty co-ordinator: Prof. Susan.K.Mathew
Student co-ordinators: Ms. Aisha Sageer (Secretary),Mr. Bipin Varghese (Joint secretary)
Mr.Antony KP, Ms.Mawadha PK, Ms. Aiswarya Udayan
FINVEST is the Finance and Investments Club at Bharata Mata Institute of Management. The objectives of the club include providing a platform for all the Finance enthusiasts to be a part of club initiatives and promoting finance as a career option among the student community. FINVEST collaborates with both the corporate and academia from the financial sector to provide a platform for students to improve their analytical thinking abilities and to sharpen their knowledge in Finance
FINVEST conducts various intra-college competitions in the field of investment banking and equity research, which gives the students an opportunity to test their financial expertise and prepares them for the real world. The Finance game in X’lencia, the Annual Management Fest which attracts participants from the best colleges in India is conducted by members of Finvest to demonstrate the financial prowess and knowledge of our students.
Faculty co-ordinator: Mr. Bejoy Joseph
Ms. Athira VA ( Secretary)
Mr.Abhijith Ashok (Joint Secretary)
Ms. Sona Albin Ms.Anjanamol
BMIM firmly believe that sound business education is an ideal mix of a world class curriculum and practical learning opportunities. As such Bazaar, the Marketing club strives to create opportunities for members to learn by doing. The year round programmes that the club organizes include guest lecture series, live projects, workshops, intra and inter college competitions, product launch and the like. It helps the budding marketers to express their creativity, updating knowledge of marketing by keeping abreast with the latest in the marketing world. The club provides immense opportunities to the members to interact with key people from the industry and professionals, allowing the students to understand, explore and link the theory with the practical The Club attempts to provide career guidance via distinguished guest speakers, on-the-job internship programs, and by functioning as a personal career-oriented liaison between club members and the industry. Further, the Marketing Club serves as a two-way conduit of information existing between its members and the industry. This type of communication alerts club members to the realities and importance of “networking” and helps them begin to develop their skills in this area.
Faculty co-ordinator: Prof. RajmohanKadavil
Mr. Gokul Ramachandran (Secretary)
MS.Aiswarya Mariyam Joseph (Joint secretary), Ms. Aswathy Gireeshan , Mr Sanjeev Jose
JYOTHI is the pioneer club of Human Resources at BMIM established for the overall development and understanding of HR among students.HR club holds events all through the year to enable it’s members to gain insights into the latest happenings in the field of HR. The plethora of activities ranging from seminar, conferences, debates to quiz, games are regularly organized to enhance the relevant and essential skills required to develop successful HR professional for the corporate world. The regular events that Jyothi organizes are
Colloquium: In house Seminars
GyanKosh: Special lecture series by corporate resource persons
HR Datum: Research Paper presentation, HR Quiz
Declamation: Debate, Extempore
Vishleshan: Case study competitions
Faculty co-ordinator: Prof. Susan.K.Mathew
Student co-ordinators: Ms. N Binduja (Secretary), Mr. Alwin John (Joint Secretary)
Ms. Ansa KA , Mr.Sethu Krishnan, Mr. Anumodh KK
An entrepreneurship club is functioning in our college to inculcate entrepreneurship culture among youth and equip them with the knowledge, skill, techniques and confidence to act as torch bearers of Enterprise for the new generation.
Objectives are :
• To inculcate entrepreneurial culture in the students.
• To induct Entrepreneurial spirit in the institution
• To inculcate integrity, hardwork, discipline, honesty etc, as constituents of Entrepreneurship. the club conduct awareness programs experience sharing and the like.,
Faculty co-ordinator: Prof. Sunil.S.S
Student co-ordinators: Mr. Govind Vijayan (Secretary), Ms Taniya Celin Nelson ( Jt.Secretary)
Ms. Jissy Jose Ms Sherry John
Karuthal is the community service club of BMIM. India is blessed with a large youth population that can contribute towards the welfare of the society by participating in community service. The process of working for the welfare of others will serve to morally educate students and help increase their sense of community. Furthermore, engaging in community services will require students to step out of their homes, interact with several people and work in teams. As a result, it will help them develop functional and soft skills like leadership qualities, management, and communication skills. The youth are the future of our country and this is the right time to help them realize their responsibility towards society
Faculty co-ordinator: Prof. Bejoy Joseph
Student co-ordinators: Kiran Peter , Greeshna Kaneesh
Arunodhay EK , Alfiya AN, Anand George
Celebrating events and festivals in our institute has become an integral part of learning and building a strong cultural belief. Such celebrations bring the students closer to each other’s traditions and cultural beliefs and develop respect and understanding for each other’s customs and traditions. When students from different regions and backgrounds experience this joy of festivals which they celebrate together, it truly enhances and glorifies the Indian culture. Along with fun and enthusiasm for the activities related to the festivals and events qualities like creativity, sensitivity, and a feeling of togetherness are also inculcated among the students.
Fresher’s day celebration is a gracious and a cordial welcome by the second year students to the first year students. It is an event where fresher’s are not only given a chance to exhibit their talents but also feel comfortable and adapt to the new surroundings
Which is a special time when sentiments are shared, bonds strengthened, and memories etched in Spartan green.
Wearing graduation gowns, tossing the caps and having group photos clicked is a unique moment in everyone’s college life. What could better symbolize the completion of your graduation compared to the photo in convocation gown itself and along with your classmates and professors?
We celebrate all important days and occasions to mark particular events or topics in order to promote awareness about it and remind the students about the objectives and motivate them to take necessary action. We celebrate Women’s Day, Teachers Day, youth day, vigilance day, Environment Day, world food day, Management week and the like
Arts Day at BMIM is an educational, fun-filled day of arts events that encourage everyone to appreciate and celebrate arts, take note of the impact of the arts on our daily lives, and explore the critical and creative nature of the visual and performing arts.
Sports day is a day of honoring and awarding the talented students who are participating in sports inside the college campus. Intra house tournaments and athletic events help students to reduce stress, enhance the leadership quality and a good way to experience group process. For that we conduct house wise tournaments for both Men and Women separately.
Onam the harvest festival of Kerala, the secular festivity of the state observed by people of all castes and religions is celebrated with all its poise and gaiety in the campus
Christmas the celebration to remember the birth of Jesus Christ, the festival of Universal love is the most celebrated event in the campus. The whole campus is illuminated, carol singing, competitions, Christmas is celebrated with lots of joy and happiness.
Out with the old, in with the new, the campus celebrates the oldest among the celebrations very enthusiastically.
Kerala Day or Kerala Piravi is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Kerala as an independent State in the Republic of India on November 1, 1956. BMIM celebrate Kerala Day
X’lencia is the flagship event of the Institute, planned and executed by the MBA students. It is intended to promote the young managers to broaden and sharpen their minds by putting them through tough tasks. It is one among the much-awaited Management Fest in Kerala as it provides a platform to showcase the talents of hundreds of young managerial aspirants from south Indian B Schools.