MCA Program

About The Program

The MCA is a Postgraduate Degree Program that focuses on computer applications, computer Science and Programming languages. The objective of the MCA Course is to cultivate information technology professionals

    • An Applicant should have passed Bachelors in Computer Applications (BCA) / B.Sc. in Computer Science / B.Sc. in Information Technology / B.A. in Computer Science or a B.A. in Information Technology. Alternatively, any Graduate with 20-24 credits in the computer-related subjects or a minimum of 6 computer Courses having studied during his/her Under Graduate Degree (in case of a Degree without a credit system) is eligible, provided he/she has attained at least 50% marks (45% for the SC/ST Category) from a recognized University/ Higher Education Institution.
    • Two Years (Four semesters)
    • The MCA. Program is covered in four semesters spread over 2 years. Students are also encouraged to do Internship Program during fourth semester
    Program Structure
    Year I Semester - I Semester - II
    • Computer Fundamental & Programing in C
    • Communication skill
    • Data structure using C
    • Discrete Mathematics
    • Computer Architecture
    • Emerging trends in Information Technology
    • Data base management system
    • Computer network
    • Design & analysis of Algorithms
    • Object oriented Programming
    • Artificial Intelligence
    • Operating System
    Year II Semester - III Semester - IV
    • Software Engineering
    • Numerical Analysis & statistical technique
    • Project
    The program structure is subject to change (if required)


    Elective I: Cloud Computing & IoT; Machine Learning; Python Programming

    Elective II: Web Based Programming; Big data Analytics; Paralleled Distributed Computing

    Elective III: Principles of Modern CDMA/MIMO/OFDM Wireless Communication; Natural Language Processing; Digital Forensic Science; Computer Graphics & Animation

    Elective IV: Block Chain Technology; Soft Computing; Digital Marketing: Research and Publication Ethics