Bachelor in Computer Application (BCA) is an undergraduate degree course in computer applications. With the rapid growth of IT industry in India, the demand of computer professional is increasing day by day. This increasing growth of IT industry has created a lot of opportunities for the computer graduates.
Bachelor in Computer Application (BCA) is one of the popular courses among the students who want to make their career in the IT (Information Technology) field. This increasing growth of IT industry has created a lot of opportunities for the computer graduates.
Student seeking admission should fulfill the following criteria:
Std XII (HSC) or Equivalent examination from any recognized board with English as a compulsory subject for admission to B.C.A.
The Original certificates along with certified copies of the following have to be submitted at the time of admission:
1. Std XII (HSC) Mark sheet
2. College Leaving Certificate
Students from other states need to produce eligibility certificates from S.N.D.T. Women’s University, Mumbai. The Students should note that unless the application is accompanied by provisional eligibility certificate, their admission cannot be assured. Their admission becomes complete only when the S. N. D.T. Women’s University confirms the same after receiving Migration or Transfer Certificate from the respective boards/University+H.S.C. passing certificate.
As per the rule of University / Department of Education no student is allowed to keep terms simultaneously for two courses. Student seeking admission from must state that she has not registered herself at any other college institution for any course conducted by the University / Department of Education.
The academic year will consist of two terms:1st term- June to October; 2nd term – November to April
The college timings are from 9:00am- 2:00pm
Attendance in all lectures, practicals, tests, internal assessments and examinations is compulsory. It is mandatory for students to maintain 75% attendance in each subject during each term
Fees once paid will not be refunded for unaided courses.
|Semester I||Semester II|
|1101||Business & Technical Communication Skills||2101||Introduction to Logic Circuits & Digital Design|
|1102||Principles & Practice of Accounting||2102||Discrete Structures & Graph Theory|
|1103||Introduction to Programming & Problem Solving Using 'C'||2103||Advanced ‘C’|
|1104||Computer Fundamentals & Operating Systems||2104||Environmental Science & RTI|
|1201||Problem Solving Using 'C' Lab*||2201||Advanced 'C' LAB*|
|1202||GNU/Linux Lab*||2202||Open Source Operating System & Application Software's LAB*|
|Semester III||Semester IV|
|3101||Introduction to Microprocessor||4101||Data Structures & File Organization|
|3102||Numerical Methods & Algorithms||4102||Information Systems Analysis & Design|
|3103||Computer Organization & Architecture||4103||Introduction to Software Engineering|
|3104||File Structure & Database Management System||4104||Object Oriented Programming using C++|
|3201||Microprocessors LAB*||4201||Data Structures LAB*|
|3202||Database Management System LAB*||4202||Object Oriented Programming C++ LAB*|
|Semester V||Semester VI|
|5101||Data Communication and Networking||6101||Management Information System|
|5102||JAVA Programming||6102||Enterprise Resource Planning|
|5103||Visual and Database Programming||6103||Intelligent property rights, patents and cyber laws|
2. Artificial Intelligence
3. Web Technology Project
|5201||JAVA Programming LAB||-||-|
|5202||Internet Programming LAB||-||-|