PGDCA_NEW : Post Graduate Diploma(Computer Applications)

About This Programme:

The broad objective of the Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications (PGDCA_NEW) programme is to prepare graduate students for productive careers in software industry. 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:

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

OR

 

Any Bachelor’s degree of minimum 3 (three) year duration from a recognized University AND doesn’t have Mathematics as one of the subject at 10+2 level or graduation level. These students are required to successfully complete BCS-012 (Graduate level Mathematics course) as Bridge Course.

Total Fees:

 Rs. 21,600/- for full Programme

Duration:

Minimum 1 years and Maximum 2 years; offered in both January and July cycle of admission.

Medium of Instruction:

                                                                                                                                      ENGLISH

             

Programme Co-ordinator(s):

Dr. Sudhansh Sharma, [email protected], Ph. 011-29572910

Syllabus

Semester I

  • 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

Semester II

  • MCS 21 Data and File Structures
  • MCS 22 Operating System Concepts and Networking Management
  • MCS 23 Introduction to Database Management System
  • MCS 24 Object Oriented Technologies and Java Programming
  • MCSL 25 Lab (based on MCS 21,22,23 & 24)