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Programme Offered : BCA

" It provides graduates with a fast-track, focused computing qualification, and presents them with an opportunity to obtain valuable industry work experience via internships "

Prof. Srimanta Santra Department of IT,Management NSIBM

(Bachelor in Computer Application) A three-year graduate academic programme leading to Bachelor of Computer Application.

Today Computing professionals do great things. They create the programming and design that make computer games jump, fly and shoot. They hack into computer networks to see just how far they can get, to test their security. They run businesses. They develop the software that will shape how we live in the future. Success in this exciting, complex industry calls for creative thinking, technical flair and the skills to work with people who are working in a vast range of disciplines. B. degree makes you an expert and you become business aware as well as your get sharpened and the specialised technical skills you'll need to shine in computing careers.

Our students have access to the best industry-standard products, for example, the latest Windows operating systems. You'll also explore human interaction with the technology you specialise in and iu business implications. The business-focussed content of our computing degree course is taught from a management perspective, making the courses ideal for talented students with the ambition to go far in industry. 

Table-1: Summarized Course Credits for the Bachelor’s Examination of BCA Course of Kolhan University for session 2015-2018.

SEMESTER NAME OF PAPERS TYPE OF PAPERS INTERNAL EXTERNAL FULL MARKS PASS MARKS CREDIT
I-I Mathematics Theory 30 70 100 45 4
I-II/ Introduction to Computer Science Theory 30 70 100 45 4
I-III/ Programming in ‘C’ Theory 30 70 100 45 4
I-IV Communication Skills/Technical English Theory 30 70 100 45 4
  C and IT lab Practical 30 70 100 45 4
II-I Data Structures & C++ Theory 30 70 100 45 4
II-II Probability & Statistics Theory 30 70 100 45 4
II-III Logic Design Theory 30 70 100 45 4
II-IV Managerial Economics Theory 30 70 100 45 4
  Data Structures & C++ LAB Practical 30 70 100 45 4
III-I Scientific Computing Theory 30 70 100 45 4
III-II Software Engineering Principles Theory 30 70 100 45 4
III-III Rational Database Management System Theory 30 70 100 45 4
III-IV Operating System and Linux Programming Theory 30 70 100 45 4
  OS (Linux) and RDBS (Oracle) Lab Practical 30 70 100 45 4
IV-I Data Communication and Computer Network Theory 30 70 100 45 4
IV-II Object Oriented Programming in JAVA Theory 30 70 100 45 4
IV-III Programming in Visual Basic Theory 30 70 100 45 4
  LAB of JAVA Practical 30 70 100 45 4
V-I Electronic Commerce & Applications Theory 30 70 100 45 4
V-II Web Technology Theory 30 70 100 45 4
V-III Computer Graphics Theory 30 70 100 45 4
  Web Technology and Multimedia (HTML, XML, JAVA SCRIPT, ASP.net) Practical 30 70 100 45 4
  Computer Graphics & MultimediaLAB (Graphics, 2d animation, Multimedia) Practical 30 70 100 45 4
VI-I Elective Paper [a], [b], [c], [d],[e] Theory 30 70 100 45 4
VI-II Distributed Computing Theory 30 70 100 45 4
VI-II Distributed Computing Theory 30 70 100 45 4
VI-III Accounting and Finance Management Theory 30 70 100 45 4
  Lab of Elective Papers Practical 30 70 100 45 4
  Project Practical 30 70 100 45 4
    Total Marks     3000 Total Credit 120

List of Elective Papers (VI-I)

  • [a]. Agile Software Development Process
  • [b]. Data Mining & Warehousing
  • [c]. System Programming
  • [d]. Distributed Database Systems
  • [e]. Decision Support System