MCA_NEW : Master of Computer Applications

About This Programme:

The broad objective of the MCA programme is to prepare graduate students for productive careers in software industry and academia by providing an outstanding environment for teaching and research in the core and emerging areas of the discipline. The programme’s thrust is on giving the students a thorough and sound background in theoretical and application-oriented courses relevant to the latest computer software development. The programme emphasizes the application of software technology to solve mathematical, computing, communications / networking and commercial problems.

Eligibility:

  • Passed BCA/B.Sc (Computer Science/IT)/ Bachelor Degree in Computer Science Engineering or Equivalent Degree
  •  Obtained atleast 50% marks in the qualifying examination (45% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category)

                                                                  OR

  • (i) Any Bachelor’s degree of minimum 3 (three) year duration from a recognized University AND Mathematics as one of the subjects at 10+2 level or graduation level

          (ii) Obtained atleast 50% marks in the qualifying examination (45% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category).

  • Successfully completed PGDCA of IGNOU

IMPORTANT: For students from the second category (Any Bachelor Degree), having completed PGDCA  from IGNOU is an essential condition.  Application forms of candidates not fulfilling this condition shall not be accepted. 

Total Fees:

Rs. 12,000/- per semester. 

Duration:

Minimum 2 years and Maximum 5 years; offered in both January and July cycle of admission.

Medium of Instruction:

English 

Programme Co-ordinator(s):

Dr. Akshay Kumar, Email: [email protected]

Syllabus

1st Year:

  • MCS 11 – Problem Solving and Programming
  • MCS 12 – Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming
  • MCS 13 – Discrete Mathematics
  • MCS 14 – Systems Analysis and Design
  • MCS 15 – Communication Skills
  • MCSL 16 – Internet Concepts and Web Design
  • MCSL 17 – C and Assembly Language Programming Lab
  • MCS 21 – Data and File Structures
  • MCS 22 – Operating System Concepts and Networking Management
  • MCS 23 – Introduction to Database Management Systems
  • MCS 24 – Object Oriented Technologies and Java Programming
  • MCSL 25 – Lab (based on MCS21, MCS22, MCS23 and MCS24)

2nd Year:

  • MCS 31 – Design and Analysis of Algorithms
  • MCS 32 – Object Oriented Analysis and Design
  • MCS 33 – Advanced Discrete Mathematics
  • MCS 34 – Software Engineering
  • MCS 35 – Accountancy and Financial Management
  • MCSL 36 – Lab (based on MCS32, MCS34 and MCS35)
  • MCS 41 – Operating Systems
  • MCS 42 – Data Communication and Computer Networks
  • MCS 43 – Advanced Database Management Systems
  • MCS 44 – Mini Project
  • MCSL 45 – Lab (UNIX and Oracle)

3rd Year:

  • MCS 51 – Advanced Internet Technologies
  • MCS 52 – Principles of Management and Information Systems
  • MCS 53 – Computer Graphics and Multimedia
  • MCSL 54 – Lab (based on MCS 51 and MCS 53)
  • Elective Courses
  • MCSE 3 – Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Management
  • MCSE 4 – Numerical and Statistical Computing
  • MCSE 11 – Parallel Computing
  • MCSP 60 – Project