The British Institutes is one of India's leading educators, with focus on diverse segments of education, and across learners of multiple age-groups. Originated from the School of Career, London in association with The British Institute of Commerce, The British Institute of Engineering Technology (BIET), London was established in India in 1935, with a passion for excellence in education. The British Institutes has shaped careers of millions of students in its 88 years of its existence.
From the very beginning The British Institutes is involved in teaching through home study courses, a method approved by leading professional bodies, employers and educationists. Above all, it has been accepted by millions of students worldwide in pursuit of knowledge for a worthwhile career. The British Institutes ( A Division of The British Institute of Engineering Technology- BIET) is serving the need of career aspirants of our country with a single objective to make them achievement minded and perfectionist. It has been the duty of BIET for the last 88 years to whistle a tune to the career conscious students from a well known play “Anything you can do, I can do better”.
The BI Group of Companies was founded by Mr. R.D. Bhagat ( 1935 – 2002). He was a man of great dreams, desire, determination and vision. He started business at a young age by acquiring different businesses. The group has since diversified into Education, Publishing and Distribution of books, Hotels and Real Estate.
Mr. R.D. Bhagat was with the then Prime Minister of India, Smt. Indira Gandhi on the occasion of the release of the book Read More
"Eternal India" authored by Smt. Indira Gandhi, which was published by BI Publications.
Mr. R.D. Bhagat was with the then President of India, Giani Zail Singh, also on the occasion of the release of book Read More
"Eternal India" authored by Smt. Indira Gandhi , which was published by BI Publications.
Mr. R.D. Bhagat was with the then Prime Minister of India, Shri Rajiv Gandhi on the occasion of “25 years of Patriot Newspaper”.