Talking about job readiness, employability and 100% placements, lot of efforts have been made to make our technical students employable. However, making the students of other non-technical courses like social science and life science employable had always been and is still a big challenge for the country. BFGI came up with the solution to this problem by opening a School of Competitive Studies, whereas per the capacity and learning adaptability of the students, they are trained for different job roles and positions starting from clerical positions to the allied services positions. Through its School of Competitive Studies, BFU intends to prepare the students for various professional state, national and global competitions examinations. The work under this pillar is already operational and a team of committed teachers and specialists of proven merit lend a professional edge to this University Pillar. Teachers guide, motivate,inspire, equip, train, groom and prepare the students for different competition exams like IAS, PCS, all Banking sector competitions, SSC, FCI, PUNSUP and many more. Tests at regular intervals, debates, discussions, presentations, quizzes, role-plays, face to face dialogues, question-answer practices,interaction and peer learning, mock interviews, mock tests are the part of the regular curriculum and actual class-room activities.