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    How many subjects will be there in B.C.A? How many papers should I clear to get B.C.A certificate?

    How many subjects will be there in B.C.A? How many papers should I clear to get B.C.A certificate?
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    engg420
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    Re: How many subjects will be there in B.C.A? How many papers should I clear to get B.C.A certificate?

    Hi Dear Friend,

    BCA is a new age degree course in the field of computer applications. The duration of the course is normally three years.
    After completion of the BCA course, students can opt for MCA or they can even try for job opportunities. The BCA course
    is being offered by top rated colleges and universities.


    Here is the list of subjects of BCA course

    1 Language - I
    2 English - I
    3 Digital Computer Fundamentals
    4 Programming Language COBOL
    5 Allied – I Allied Mathematics
    6 Practical – I Programming in COBOL Record
    7 System Analysis and Design
    8 Relational Data Base Management System
    9 Programming Language C and Data Structure
    10 Object Oriented Programming with C++
    11 Allied –II Management Accounting
    12 Practical – II Programming in C and C++ Using Data
    13 E-Commerce
    14 Operating System
    15 Programming Language VISUAL BASIC
    16 Programming Language JAVA and JAVA SCRIPT
    17 Practical – III Programming in VISUAL BASIC Record
    18 Practical – IV Programming in JAVA and JAVA SCRIPT


    You have to clear all the papers to get BCA certificate because there is no provision of getting degree
    by leaving some papers.


    Good Luck




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    saini.manish03
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    Re: How many subjects will be there in B.C.A? How many papers should I clear to get B.C.A certificate?

    The programme structure for BCA is:
    I Semeter
    Course Course Title
    CS-610 Foundation Course in English for Computing
    FHS-01 Foundation Course in Humanities and Soical Sciences
    CS-611 Computer Fundamentals and PC Software


    II Semeter

    Course Course Title
    CS-612 PC Softawre Application Skills
    CS-60 Foundation Course in Mathematics and Computing
    CS-62 'C' Programming & Data Structure


    III Semeter

    Course Course Title
    FST Foundation Course in Science and Technology
    CS-63 Introduction to System Software
    CS-05 Elements of System Analysis and Design


    IV Semeter

    Course Course Title
    CS-06 Introduction to DBMS
    CS-64 Introduction to Computer Organization
    CS-65 Window Programming
    CS-66 Multimedia
    CS-67 RDBMS Lab


    V Semeter

    Course Course Title
    CS-68 Computer Networks
    CS-69 TCP/IP Programming
    CS-70 Introduction to Software Engineering
    CS-72 Computer Oriented Numerical Techniques


    VI Semeter

    Course Course Title
    CS-72 C++ and Object Oriented Programming
    CS-73 Theory of Computer Science
    CS-74 Introduction to Internet Programming (Java, ActiveX)
    CS-75 Intranet Administration
    CS-76 Project


    Good luck

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    Prince09
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    Hyderabad , A.P
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    Re: How many subjects will be there in B.C.A? How many papers should I clear to get B.C.A certificate?

    BCA stands for Bachelor of Computer Application and after 12th, the candidates are eligible for this course.

    The duration of this course was 3 years.

    And after completing BCA course, You will get knowledge about computers and information technology.

    So, after completion of the BCA course, candidates can opt for MCA or they can even try for job opportunities.

    So, if you are interested in BCA course, then please do this course and to get admission in BCA course, you have to passed your intermediate examination only then you will get admission in BCA course.

    Many colleges provide you direct admission in This course

    But top colleges will conducts its own test and after clear that test you will get admission in BCA course.





    good luck . . .

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