BCA

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The BCA Course aims at inculcating essential skills as demanded by the global software industry through interactive learning process. This also includes team-building skills, audio- visual presentations and personality development programmes. The programme enhances analytical and communication skill besides inculcating the virtues of self-study. The Curriculum has been designed to cater to the ever changing demands of information technology along with necessary inputs from the Industry.

The course provides practical skill as well as how to resolve problems which arises from computer system and applications.

BCA course provides academic base from which an advance career in computer application can be developed. BCA students have bright future in IT field; BCA students can get ample jobs as programmer and grow their career as well to become project manager.

BCA course paves a way for a post graduation (MCA) in the relevant field which is always preferred, as it provides sufficient understanding key areas of computer science. Companies which want to take advantage of the new information technologies and communications system require expert professionals who can apply computer science principles to solve problems produced by the interface between business and technologies.

Below mentioned are the employment  areas and job types for BCA students.

 Employment Areas:

•    Bank
•    Consultancies
•    Computers and related electronic equipment manufacturing.
•    Desktop publishing
•    Financial institutions
•    Government  agencies
•    Schools & Colleges
•    Software developments companies
•    System Maintenance
•    Technical Support

REGULATIONS FOR BCA COURSE:-

DURATION:- The Bachelor of Computer Applications or BCA degree course shall cover a period of three academic years with each year consisting of 2 semesters. Each semester will cover a duration of six months.

ELIGIBILITY: - A girl student may be admitted to the BCA course if she has passed the Intermediate examination (I.Sc./I.Com/10+2) from a recognized Board/University with an aggregate of 45% marks and Mathematics as a subject.

Course Structure of BCA (Bachelor in Computer Applications)

 

 Semester I Mathematics   Introduction to Computer Science Programming in  “C”  Communication Skills/Technical English  C & IT lab 
 Semester II Data structures &   C++  Probability & Statistics   Logic Design Managerial Economics   Data structure & c++ lab
 Semester III Scientific computing  Software engineering principles  Relational database management system  Operating system & linux programming   OS(linux) and RDBMS(oracle) lab
 Semester IV Data communication & computer network  Object oriented programming in java  Programming in visual basic  Lab of java   Lab of visual basic
 Semester V E-commerce & applications   Web technology Computer graphics & multimedia   Web technology lab Computer Graphics & multimedia lab 
Semester VI  Elective paper [a],[b],[c],[d],[e]  Distributed computing Accounting & Finance Management   Lab of elective papers Project 

List of elective papers:

[a]- Agile software development process
[b]- Data mining & warehousing
[c]- System programming
[d]- distributed database systems
[e]- Decision support system

COURSE FEES:- Rs. 20,000/- per semester (for General &OBC)
                       Rs. 18,000/- per semester (for SC/ST)

OUR FACILITIES:-

  • Regular Classes (Theory & Practical).
  • Well Furnished & Equipped Lab with “Internet & WIFI Facility.
  • Jobs through Campus.
  • Highly Experienced Teachers.
  • Uninterrupted Power supply.
  • Library Facility Available.
  • Stipend for SC/ST/OBC students.
  • Virtual learning environment.

Extracurricular activities:-

  • Personality Development
  • CV Writing Skills
  • Communication skill
  • Interview Techniques
  • Personalized Attention
  • Regular Seminars and Workshops

EXAMINATION:-

A) DURATION: The examination of each paper shall be of 3 hours duration and that of practical papers shall be of 6 hours duration.

B) STUDENT ASSESSMENT AND PROGRESSION: The performance of a student shall be evaluated on 30:70 basis i.e. 30 marks for internal assessment and 70 marks for end semester examination.

C) PASS MARKS: A student shall have to secure a minimum of 45% marks in the internal assessment and 45% marks in End-Semester examinations in theory papers. However, in a given practical paper, a student shall have to secure a minimum of 45% marks to be considered pass in a given semester.

OFFICIALS:-

1. Dr. (Mrs.) Saila  Bala Das               Course Director

2. Dr.(Mrs.) Manjula Prasad              
Course  Co-ordinator

List of Faculty Members:

1. Mr. Suraj Sharma (MCA)

2. Mr. Sanjay Kr. Sinha (Pursuing Ph.d, MCA, MBA)

3. Miss Namrata Verma (MCA)

4. Miss Neha Gupta (BSc(C.A))

CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS:-

Mahila College, Chaibasa- 833201
Singhbhum West, Jharkhand
Contact no.: 06582-257417(O)
9934572046 (Sanjay Sir)

 

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  • Mahila College, Chaibasa is the only female institution of West Singhbhum district in Jharkhand state. It was established on 02nd October, 1969. Soon after the establishment it was declared as deficit Grant College in 1970 by the state government. The college has been included in the list of University Grants commission, New Delhi Under section 2(f)/12(B) of the U.G.C. act. ... read more