The BCA Admission Process 2022 is based on the scores and ranks obtained in national level examinations such as IIT JEE, AUCET, UPSEE, MHCET etc in almost all colleges. Some universities conduct their own entrance examination for the BCS admission.
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Courses & Duration
The BCA is an undergraduate degree course in computer applications for duration of 3 years. After completing BCA, a student can go for MCA which is a master course in computer application and is considered equivalent to engineering course (B.Tech).
The study period of BCA includes various subjects such as Programming in C Language (Basic and Advanced), Networking, World-Wide-Web, Data Structure, Advanced C Language Programming, Database Management, Mathematics, Software Engineering, Object Oriented Programming using C++, Visual Basic, Programming using PHP, JAVA, Oracle, Operating Systems, Web Scripting and Development, etc.
The course curriculum of BCA is somewhat similar to the course as Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech).
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There is a huge scope in the field of BCA. One can do job or can go for higher studies after the completion of course.
Self employment option is also available. You can do freelancing or develop your own software if you have that much skills. There are many software MNCs (Multi National Companies) which provide job to the BCA graduates. If candidate has a work experience and all the necessary required skills then he/she can hold good positions in MNCs.
If you want deep knowledge in this field, then you can go for advanced courses such as MCA and PhD. MCA can be specialized in systems management, systems development, management information system, etc. After the completion of MCA, candidate can also get the job of lecturer in any of the reputed institutions.
Mostly, the admission to BCA course is done through the entrance test. Various Universities/Institutions conduct its own entrance exam for granting admission to their colleges. Some colleges provide admission on the basis of merit prepared by the score of qualifying examination (12th).
Career & Jobs
The demand of IT professionals is increasing not only in India but also in abroad. After the completion of the course, the student can find a job in reputed IT companies like IBM, Oracle, Infosys, and Google. The student can work as a system engineer, junior programmer, web developer or as a system administrator. This field provides you ample opportunities to make your career not only in private sector but also in the public sector. The government organization like NIC, Indian Army, Indian Air Force and India Navy also recruit large number of computer professionals for their IT department. After the completion of the course a student’s work profile may include:
System engineer in the top companies like Infosys, Wipro, hp, Google.
A system engineer develop, test and evaluate software, circuits and personal computer.
Programmer in various software development firms.
The duty of programmer is to write code for software. A programmer is primarily works in the computer language such as Assembly, COBOL, C, C++, C#, Java, Lisp, Python, etc.
Web developer in various web designing companies and online digital marketing companies.
System Administrator in an organization including a bank, school or college.
A System administrator is responsible for setting up and maintaining the system or server.
Software developer in the companies like Microsoft, Google, face book.
The sole responsibility of software developer is to develop software that ease the tasks of the people and enable to perform work efficiently. A software developer also installs, test and maintains the software.
|Semester I||Semester II|
|Programming in C||Mathematics|
|Computer Fundamentals||Basic Physics|
|Digital Logic||Communication Skills|
BCS Second Year Syllabus
Below is the list of the second syllabus:
|Semester III||Semester IV|
|Mathematics-2||Communication Skills and Technical Writing|
|Computer Organization||Basic Electronics|
|Advanced C programming||Data structure|
|Programming Laboratory||Operating system|
|Communication Skills||Kitchen Operation|
BCS Third Year Syllabus
Below is the list of the third syllabus:
|Semester V||Semester VI|
|Analysis of Algorithms||Software Engineering|
|Introduction to JAVA programming||Web Designing|
|Introduction to Data Communication||Research Project|
The Bachelor of Computer Science subjects is designed for the students to learn about computer science and the IT industry in detail. BCS syllabus is quite like that of the B.Sc Computer Science syllabus.
The BCS syllabus includes subjects such as Web Development, Dot Net programming, JAVA Programming, Systems Programming, Operating System, etc. that are pursued in-depth. There are both core and elective subjects part of the curriculum. The core subjects are subjects that are considered essential for the foundation of learning. The elective subjects are subjects that make the coursework more diverse and flexible. Listed below are all the core BCS subjects listed:
- Advanced Java programming
- Software Engineering
- Data networks and communication systems
- Computer Graphics
- GUI programming
- Operations Research
- Embedded Systems
BCS Core Subjects
The core BCS subjects list contains essential subjects that all the BCS candidates study and all are given no choice, The subject list is as follows:
- Problem Solving Using Computers and ‘C’ Programming
- Data Structures using ‘C’
- Software Engineering
- Relational Database Management System
- Fundamental of Databases
- File Organisation
- Operating System1
- System Programming
BCS Elective Subjects
The BCS Elective subjects can be chosen by the candidates, and all of them are not compulsory to study. Some of the subjects are as follows:
- Data Structures
- Programming Language Concepts
- Artificial Intelligence
- Web Development
- Computer Graphics
- Operating System and Networking
As the BCS course structure is based on computer programming, there are a lot of BCS practicals that take place in the three-year-long course. Some of them are listed below:
- Computer Science Practicals
- Data structures Practicals
- C++ Practicals
- System Programming Practicals
- Operating System Practicals
- Java Programming Practicals
- Internet Programming Practicals
- Database Practicals