The Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) and Master of Computer Applications (MCA) programme prepares the students to take up positions as Programmers, Systems Analysts, Systems Designers in the field related to computer science and information technology, and ITES or students may go for higher studies in this area. We had therefore imparted the comprehensive knowledge covering the skills and core areas of computer science courses with equal emphasis on the theory and practice in MCA, BCA programme.
The MCA, BCA students are encouraged to involve themselves completely on the project work in their final semester. It is advised to students to develop their project for solving problems of software industry or any research organization. Doing this will give more exposure to handle real life problems of project development.
The courses studied by students during your MCA, BCA programme provide them the basic background to work on diverse application domains. The theoretical background of various courses provides you the necessary foundation, principles, and practices to develop effective ways to solve computing problems. The hands on experience gained from the practical courses provide you the knowledge to work with various operating systems, programming languages, and software tools.
This project work is kept in MCA, BCA program to give you opportunity to develop quality software solution. During the development of the project you should involve in all the stages of the software development life cycle (SDLC) like requirements analysis, systems design, software development/coding, testing and documentation, with an overall emphasis on the development of reliable software systems. The primary emphasis of the project work is to understand and gain the knowledge of the principles of software engineering practices, and develops good understanding of SDLC.
Students should take this project work very seriously. and project should be taken as an opportunity to develop software, which gives exposure to SDLC.Topics selected, should be complex and large enough to justify as a BCA project. The project should be genuine and original in nature and should not be copied from anywhere else. If found copied, the project report will be forwarded to the Exam Discipline Committee of the University as an Unfair means case for necessary action. Students should strictly follow and adhere to the CS-76 project guidelines, MCSP-060 project guidelines, BCSP-064 project guidelines, MCS044 project guidelines.