of Computer Application (BCA) (3 yr. full time)
ABOUT THE COURSE
The role of IT in present professional scenario
has led to the need of systematic study of computers with its diversified applicable
prospects. The BCA program is designed to meet this requirement of IT professionals
in different job avenues through providing substantial understanding of the concepts
in key areas of Computer Science. The course also provides a sound academic base
fromwhich an advanced career in Computer Application and IT can be developed.
OBJECTIVE OF THE BCA PROGRAMME
appreciate the role of computers and information technology in the present world,
with its potential for development in the future.|
enable a proven level of competence in Operating Systems, Programming Languages
and Application Packages that are in extensive use in the industry.|
develop all-round personality and communicative traits to meet the expectations
of employers in both public and the private sectors.|
AFFILIATION & APPROVAL
3 year full time BCA programme at NERIM School of Computer Science is conducted
as per the prescribed regulations and syllabi of Dibrugarh University.
STRUCTURE AND SYLLABUS
As per the regulation and course syllabi
of Dibrugarh University, the BCA Programme (3Year Full time) consists of Six Semesters
covering three Calendar Years. Each semester will cover 600 marks (except 4th
& 6th semester) and every paper of each semester will carry 100marks. All
papers are compulsory. A student has to carry out one Minor Project in Fifth Semester
and one Major Project in Sixth Semester. The evaluation pattern of students' performance
in each of the papers will be as follows :
Evaluation: 25% marks (Based on Internal Examinations, Home Assignments, Attendance,
Seminars, Library Works, Installation of Hardware & Software, Viva-voce)|
Evaluation : 75% marks (University Final Examination at the end of the semester).|
study of course is spread over in the following order:
| I semester : 6 Papers||II
semester : 6 Papers|
: 6 Papers||IV semester : 6 Papers|
|V semester : 5 Papers||VI
semester : 1 Paper (Major Project)|
Programming in C)
and Financial Management||75||25||100|
Architecture and Organization||75||25||100|
(Data Structure in C, C++, Tally)||75||25||100|
& Web Programming||75||25||100|
Oriented Programming with JAVA||75||25||100|
(Internet, Computer Graphics, Java)||75||25||100|
Analysis & Scientific Computing||75||25||100|
(Fortran, DBMS, Operating System, System Software)||75||25||100|
Communication & Computer Network||75||25||100|
(networking & Software Engineering)||75||25||100|
|6.1||Major Project|| || ||300|
Note: In addition to the above
papers, students of BCA Course must appear in one Compulsory paper- Environmental
Studies (EVS) in the 2nd semester. The EVS paper carries 100 marks with
Multiple Choice Questions.
A student who has passed the Higher Secondary Examination
(10+2) in Arts /Science/Commerce of theAssam Higher Secondary Education Council
or any other equivalent Examination recognized as such by the University scoring
an aggregate of 45% marks with Mathematics as one of the subjects in HS (PassMarks),
is eligible to apply for admission into the 3 year BCA Course.
The selection of candidate
for admission into 3 year BCA programme shall be done on merit basis as determined
A student of BCA (3
year programme) shall have to attend minimum 80 % of total classes in each paper
to be eligible to appear in each semester end examination.
SYSTEM (As per Dibrugarh University Regulations)
be eligible to appear in the BCA End Semester Examinations as a regular candidate,
a studentmust attend 80% of the lectures delivered during the academic session.
A student who attends at least 60% of the lectures delivered shall, however, be
allowed to appear in the Examination as a non-collegiate candidate on payment
of a prescribed fee.
(b) The semester examination shall be divided into two
groups:Odd semester: First,Third and Fifth. Even Semester: Second, Fourth and
c) A candidate who fails or doesn't appear in one or more subjects
of any end-semester examination upto 5th semester will be provisionally promoted
to the next higher semester with the failed subjects as carry over subjects. Such
candidate will be eligible to appear in the carry over subjects in the next examinations
of those Subjects.
However, the following restrictions will be applicable.
(i) A candidate shall not be allowed to appear in the 5th semester examination
unless he/she clears all the subjects of 1st and 2nd semesters.
(ii) A candidate
shall be allowed maximum 5 years to complete the course of BCA.
(iii) A candidate
shall be entitled to a maximum of two chances (excluding the first regular examination)
to clear a subject. If a candidate fails to clear a subject even after the two
chances, he/she has to repeat the semester with admission.
(iv) If a student
clears the sixth semester examination before clearing all the subjects of the
previous semesters, the result of the sixth semester examination of that candidate
shall be with held and his/her results shall be announced only after he/she clears
the subjects of the previous semesters.
(v) In order to pass in a subject,
a candidate shall have to pass in all the parts separately.
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Successful candidates shall be awarded the Degree of Bachelor
in Computer Application (BCA) by Dibrugarh University. Candidates securing 60%
and above will be awarded First class and those securing 45% or more but less
than 60%will be awarded Second class.