Eligibilty & Entry Requirements
The eligibility criteria for MCA:
Admission to the MCA programme is given based on the student’s performance in the entrance examination. Some colleges/institutes also take direct admission. Before taking admission to any MCA college/institute, candidates should first check the eligibility criteria of that college. Then he/should go forward with the admission. If a candidate fails to fulfil the criteria, his/her application will be rejected. The general MCA eligibility criteria are given below for the students.
- There is no age limit for applying to the MCA course.
- The student should have a bachelor’s degree in computer applications, computer science or a related field with a minimum of 50% marks.
- The student should have had mathematics as a compulsory subject in his/her 10+2.
Specializations in MCA course:
Students can choose any of the specialization subjects in the final semester of the MCA course. Here is a list of specializations available in the MCA course.
- System Management
- Hardware Technology
- Software Development
- Application Software
- Systems Engineering
- System Development
- Management Information Systems (MIS)
Subjects in MCA:
Every semester, subjects change in the MCA course. Students can check the full list of subjects below.
For semester 1:
- Computer organization and architecture
- Business systems and application
- Computer programming with C
- Discrete mathematical structure
- Business English and communication
- Programming in C
- Micro programming and architecture lab
- Business presentation and language lab
For semester 2:
- Data communication and computer networks
- Object-oriented programming in C++
- Information systems analysis and design
- Database management system I
- Data structures with C
- Object-oriented programming lab (C++)
- Data structure lab
- Database lab
For semester 3:
- Unix and shell programming
- Business management
- Operating systems and systems software
- Intelligent systems
- Management Accounting
- Statistics and numerical techniques
- Unix lab
- Statistics and numerical analysis lab
For semester 4:
- Software engineering and TQM
- Database management systems II
- Environment and ecology
- Graphics and multimedia
- Operation research and optimization techniques
- Advanced database lab
- Software project management lab
- Graphics and multimedia lab
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