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Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA)

The Bachelor of Computer Applications course usually consists of core courses in programming with C, algorithm and data structures, advanced programming with C, computer organization and network fundamentals, relational database management systems, Web programming, software engineering and visual programming. Some of the main course highlights are meant to heighten technological know-how, to train students to become industry specialists, to provide research-based training and to encourage software development. The syllabus is intended to not only teach students theory and applications, but can also help equip them with professional and communication skills.

Job Description of Bachelor of Computer Application.

Bachelors in computer science and applications is a vast field and offers a multitude of specialisations for students. Some of the popular specialisations resulting from a BCA course are:
• Computer Graphics
• Internet Technologies
• Accounting Applications
• Personal Information Management
• Programming Languages
• Database Management
• Systems Analysis
• Word Processing
• Software Publishers
• Information System Managers
• Database Administrators
• Computer System Analysts
• Chief Information Officers
 
 
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