BCA-bachelor of computer application

bca course

bca course

bca course

bca course

bca course or bachelor of computer application Course is an academic degree Course or program in computer applications  Degree , it is one of the most popular Graduating computer science course in india.Most of the people also know this course as BCA, summarize the bachelor of computer applications. The duration of this BCA course is 3 Years, provided by a university delivered through a college. It is divided into a number of semesters, which are generally 6 in numbers.

The course provides practical skill and as well as how to resolve problems which are arises from computer system and applications. Therefore because of the wide popularity among the students  various collages have come up offering the computer science graduate programs  BCA, can be pursued on Regular and Distance Mode by various institutions.BCA requires a candidate to have passed (10+2) exam from any stream with English  as passing subject with minimum 45% marks.BCA having below mentioned subjects:

Computer fundamental

  • C program
  • System analysis & design
  • Web design & internet programming
  • Organizational behaviors
  • Visual basic
  • Computer laboratory & practical work

BCA  course provides opportunity to take knowledge in various specialization like (computer graphic, programming languages, database management, system analysis, word processing, internet technologies, accounting application, animation, music and video processing, personal information management etc..)

Candidates who are obsessed with computer or so called computer freaks are worthy of acquiring BCA knowledge and degree. There are a lot more candidates in India who love computer but are limited by their knowledge of the computers, they can also avail benefits from this BCA course

BCA course provides academic base from which an advance career in computer application can be developed, BCA course students have bright future in IT field, BCA course students can get the 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; BCA course provides sufficient understanding key areas of computer science. Companies which want to take advantage of the new information technologies and communications system requires experts professional .Who can apply computer science principles to solve problem produced by the interface between business and technologies.

Below mentioned the employment area’s and job types for BCA students.

Employments Area:

  • Bank
  • Consultancies
  • Computers and related electronic equipment manufacturers.
  • Desktop publishing
  • Financial institutions
  • Governments’ agencies
  • Schools & Collages
  • Software developments companies
  • Systems Maintenance
  • Technical Support

 

BCA Course Job Types

  • Actuaries
  • Chief information officer
  • Computer programmers
  • Computer Training
  • Computer System Analysts
  • Computer Scientist
  • Computer support service specialist
  • Database Administrator
  • Independent Consultant
  • Information System Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Software Developers
  • Software Publishers

Objective of BCA Course

It is three years BCA course to introduce the concepts and impart knowledge of computer applications for students willing to make career in the field of Computer.

BCA Course is a 3 years program (BCA) course is s attached from a university of state or Central that in itself attached to UGC (university grant commission)

 

bca syllabus

BCA Syllabus

bca syllabus

bca syllabus

It is an advance learning in computer application,a degree progamme called bachelors of computer application being taught by the best bca faculty having years of experience in both teaching and corporate IT companies ,whose Duration/tenure is three years degree programme that is being attached to a university in India

Bachelors of computers application (BCA) Degree course is corresponding to B.tech/B.E in computing or Informational Technology

A tentative BCA  course of study for three year semester course comprising of two semesters in an exceedingly year a complete of six semester being instructed in BCA Admission is as following which includes practicals too :-

1st Semester BCA Syllabus
NAME OF THE COURSE
Fundamentals of pc Application
Mathematics
Communication skills in English
Internet and multimedia system
C Programming

2nd Semester BCA Syllabus
NAME OF THE COURSE
Computer Organization and design
Data base Management
Discrete arithmetic
Object orientating Programming (C++)
Data and File structure

3rd Semester BCA Syllabus
NAME OF THE COURSE
Linux
Assemblers and Compilers
Visual Basic
Oracle 8i and Distributed information
Accounting and monetary Management

4th Semester
NAME OF THE COURSE
Java Programming
Web Site Management and style
Management method and Organization Behavior
Software Management & Quality Assurance
VC++

5th Semester
NAME OF THE COURSE
Understanding computer parts and Preventive Maintenance
Installing and Configuring Windows 2000
Computational Numeric Analysis
Operating System
Markup Language and C# Programming

 

6th Semester BCA Syllabus
NAME OF THE COURSE
Network Topology and Protocol
Data ware Housing and data processing
Algorithms
Artificial Intelligence
Geographic data Systems
Project

Disclaimer –  This is just a Tentative BCA Syllabus used for promoting and just highlighting the BCA Syllabus for BCAAdmission.co.in and Not for educational Use for Students.

 

Note:

1.The total number of the credits of the BCA programme = 160.(In maximum Universities)

2.Each student shall be required to appear for examinations in all courses. However, for

the award of the degree a student shall be required to earn the minimum of 150 credits.

Few of the Reference books suggested for BCA Syllabus are:

1.Gill Nasib Singh: Computing Fundamentals and Programming in C, Khanna Books

Publishing Co., New Delhi.

2.Balagurusamy E, Computing Fundamentals and C Programming, Tata McGraw Hill.

3.Norton, Peter, Introduction to Computer, McGraw-Hill

4.Leon, Alexis & Leon, Mathews, Introduction to Computers, Leon Tech World

5.Rajaraman, V., Fundamentals of Computers, PHI

6.Ram, B., Computer Fundamentals, Architecture & Organization, New Age International

(P) Ltd.

7.Chhillar, Rajender Singh: Application of IT to Business, Ramesh Publishers, Jaipur.

8.Gill, Nasib Singh: Essentials of Computer and Network Technology, Khanna Books

Publishing Co., New Delhi

9.B.S. Grewal, “Elementary Engineering Mathematics”, 34

thEd., 1998.

10.H.K. Dass, “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, S. Chand & Company, 9thRevisedEdition, 2001.

11.Shanti Narayan, “Differential Calculas”, S.Chand & Company, 1998

12Raymond Murphy, “Essential English Grammar-A self studyreference and practice book for elementary students of English” Cambridge University Press, second edition.

13.Manalo, E. & Fermin, V. (2007).Technical and Report Writing. ECC Graphics. QuezonCity

14.Kavita Tyagi and Padma Misra , “Basic Technical Communication”, PHI, 2011

15.Herta A Murphy, Herbert W Hildebrandt and Jane P Thomas, “Effective Business

Communication”, McGraw Hill, seventh edition

16.Herbert Schildt, “C The Complete Reference” Fourth Edition, 2000

17.Yashwant Kanetkar, “Let us C” eighth edition, 2002.

18.Kernighan and d. Ritchie, “The ANSI C Programming Language”,2000

19.Stephenn Prata“C Primer Plus”Fourth Edition, 2001

20.Schaum’s Outline Series, “Programming with C”, 2ndEdition, 1996

21.B.Ram Computer fundamentals Architecture and Organization,New Age Intl.

22.Alex Leon & Mathews Leon, “Introduction to Computers”, Vikas Publishing.

23.Vikas Gupta, “Comdex Computer Kit”, Wiley Dreamtech, Delhi, 2004

 

Note:Latest and additional good books may be suggested and added from time to time.