BBA (Computer Application) (Old BCA)

The BCA Course strives to achieve a healthy balance between theoretical foundation and practical experience. The comprehensive syllabus and a wide range of value addition modules help the students to build an all round personality to successfully face the challenges of a professional career in development of Computer Applications.

Intake Capacity

80 students

Duration

The course shall be a full time course and duration of the course shall be 3 years semester pattern

Eligibility

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Degree course in Bachelor of Business Administration shall have passed 12th Std.examination(H.S.C.10+2) from any stream with English as passing subject and has secured 45% marks at 12th Std. Two years Diploma in Pharmacy after H.S.C, Board of Technical Education conducted by Government of Maharashtra or its equivalent. Three year Diploma course (after H.S.C., i.e. 10th Standard) of Board of Technical Education conducted by Government of Maharashtra or its equivalent. Every eligible candidate has to pass a common Entrance Test to be conducted by the University or respective Institute/College

Medium of instruction

English

Career Prospects

After completing the course, the students can pursue higher education in any of the foreign universities. Students, who do not wish to pursue further studies, have placement opportunities, in the field of computers. The industrial liberalization and globalization is creating widening opportunities for jobs and entrepreneurship at the international level.

Learning Objectives of GCC-B.C.A.

• To acquire the basic knowledge of computer technology.
• To train students to suit the user industry requirement.
• To develop an ability to use office automation tools and apply high technology methods for data presentation and applications.
• To establish industry - curriculum interface for mutual advantages.

Course Structure - BCA



SEMESTER I
  • Code
  • Subject
  • 101
  • Modern Operating Environment
    and MS Office
  • 102
  • Financial Accounting
  • 103
  • Programming Principal & Algorithms
  • 104
  • Business Communication
  • 105
  • Principles of Management
  • 106
  • Laboratory Course - I
    [Based on Paper No. 101 & 102]
SEMESTER II
  • Code
  • Subject
  • 201
  • Procedure Oriented Programming using C
  • 202
  • Data Base Management System
  • 203
  • Organizational Behavior
  • 204
  • Computer Applications in Statistics
  • 205
  • E-Commerce Concepts
  • 206
  • Laboratory Course - II
    [Based on Paper No. 201 & 202]
SEMESTER III
  • Code
  • Subject
  • 301
  • Relational Database Management Systems
  • 302
  • Data Structure using ‘ C ’
  • 303
  • Operating System Concepts
  • 304
  • Business Mathematics
  • 305
  • Software Engineering
  • 306
  • Laboratory Course - III
    [Based on Paper No. 301 & 302]
SEMESTER IV
  • Code
  • Subject
  • 401
  • OOP's using C++
  • 402
  • Programming in Visual Basic
  • 403
  • Computer Networking
  • 404
  • Enterprise Resource Planning
  • 405
  • Human Resource Management
  • 406
  • Laboratory Course - IV
    [Based on Paper No. 401 & 402]
SEMESTER V
  • Code
  • Subject
  • 501
  • Java Programming
  • 502
  • Web Technologies
  • 503
  • Dot Net Programming
  • 504
  • Object Oriented Software Engg.
  • 505
  • Software Project - I
    [Based on C++ / VB Technology]
  • 506
  • Laboratory Course - V
    [Based on Paper No. 501 & 502]
SEMESTER VI
  • Code
  • Subject
  • 601
  • Advanced Web Technologies
  • 602
  • Advanced Java
  • 603
  • Recent Trends in IT
  • 604
  • Software Testing
  • 605
  • Software Project - II
    [Java / Dot Net Technology]
  • 606
  • Laboratory Course - VI
    [Based on Paper No. 601 & 602]
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