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Student Life at BMU

The campus is equipped to house 600 students at this moment in the state of art multistoried hostel designed by HOK Architects. Rooms include three, two and single seater rooms. The hostels have common areas in each floor with entertainment and recreational facilities.


The campus houses a dining space managed by Sodexo India that provides the best cuisine for the students. There is also a cafeteria in the campus.


A nurse and a visiting doctor are available to meet the medical needs of students on campus.

At BMU, we are committed to enhancing the quality of your life by maintaining an open yet safe and secure environment. The gated campus is ringed by high walls and has two entry/exit points that are manned by round-the-clock security staff. Closed circuit TVs and intruder alarm systems are in place at strategic points around the campus. The campus has a 24-hour uniformed security patrol service that can respond quickly to any security or emergency matter. Ragging and bullying are banned; as are consumption of liquor, drugs and other intoxicants. The entire campus is a non-smoking zone. Fire safety measures have been introduced in all the campus buildings.

The campus offers a slew of recreational, fitness and sporting facilities. Besides indoor sporting facilities, the campus has tennis, volleyball, basketball, and badminton courts; a gymnasium and a cricket-cum-football field. Qualified and experienced sports instructors are at hand to oversee.

BML Munjal University focuses on holistic development of every individual and not purely on academics. We strongly believe that in order to build a community it is essential for all stakeholders to participate and interact beyond the confines of the classroom. A variety of cultural, social, athletic and academic clubs and societies are available for University students. The activities on campus are focused on allowing every individual to express his or her talent and to encourage them to attempt new pursuits within a safe and supportive environment.


The main objectives of a student club/ society are:

  • To broaden the horizon of the students beyond academics
  • Instill leadership skills
  • To promote the goals of the society
  • To broaden the horizon of the students beyond academics
  • To broaden the horizon of the students beyond academics
  • To complement the curriculum of BML Munjal University
  • To offer mutual support in study, learning, and professionalism
  • To provide personal connections and communications within the club
  • To provide outreach and service to society in general


Currently the university is in the process of setting up the following clubs:


Performing Arts Club Debating Club Fin Club
Photography Club Culinary Club Entrepreneurship Club
Literary Society Adventure Club
Sports club Marketing Club


Career Services


There is a career services office at the campus with career counselors to help students with their internship and job opportunities.

Community Outreach program is an innovative attempt by School of Management, BML Munjal University to address the problems of the rural community. It also envisions nurturing leadership, social responsibility and character building among B-school students through ‘experiential learning’. The program aims to connect and empower the students to achieve socially relevant goals of life. However, the mission is not only restricted to students but also envisions improving the quality of life (QOL) of villagers in nearby areas. Unlike other social initiatives, this initiative is not just about helping the needy; it is all about empowering people.


The objective of the outreach program is to provide:

  • Experiential learning to management students
  • Create a practice of savant leadership among students and
  • Develop ethically and socially responsible managers as per the vision of the institute


The program is seen as an intervention tool to help students transform into an ethical and inspirational leader. The target intervention will be done in groups covering nearby villages /slums and rehabilitation centers. The program will focus on the areas of:

  • Health and sanitation,
  • Edutainment
  • Rural empowerment
  • Alternative livelihood and energy conservation


The stakeholders include corporates, local bodies, BML Munjal university’s students and faculty, NGOs and the beneficiaries. The mission of the outreach programme is to empower not only the students but also the villagers through innovative interventions; these interventions in due course of time will improve the overall quality of life of villagers, bring physical transformation of villages and improve the psychological self-worth of individuals.

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