BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

MAHATMA GANDHI UNIVERSITY
In Kottayam

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  • Bachelor
  • Kottayam
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Kottayam
Priyadarshini Hills P.O., 686560, Kerala, India
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Course programme

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

The Mahatma Gandhi University offers BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS course to its students. The course structure is designed in keeping with the competencies required to excel today. The Brief Structure for it is as follows:

English-I (Common)
Mathematics (Complementary)
Basic Statistics (Complementary)
Introduction to Computers (Core)
Methodology of Programming and programming in C (Core)
Software Lab - I (Core)

English-II (Common)
Discrete Mathematics( Complementary)
Accounting & Programming in Cobol (Core)
Data Structures (Core)
Fundamentals of Digital Systems (Core)
Software Lab- II (Core)

Advanced Statistical Methods (Complementary)
Design and Analysis Of Algorithms (Core)
Computer Organization & Architecture. (Core)
Computer Graphics (Core)
Object Oriented Programming and C++ (Core)
Software Lab-III (Core)

Operational Research (Complementary)
Microprocessor & PC Hardware (Core)
System Analysis & Design (Core)
Database Management Systems (Core)
Visual Programming Techniques (Core)
Software Lab-IV (Core)

Computer Networks (core)
Operating Systems (core)
Java Programming (core)
Open Course (core)
Software Lab - V (core)
Software Development Lab - I (Mini Project) (core)
Web Technology(core)

Software Engineering (core)
Elective (core)
Seminar
Software Development
Lab II ( Main Project)

Mahatma Gandhi University, always in the forefront of the higher education sector of Kerala, is now restructuring the study Programmes.The revised structure and content of these courses intend to attain new heights and horizons of knowledge emerging in the various phases of life. This new and meaningful changes gives emphasis on student choice and self-learning. Choice based credit semester system is the main feature of the new system. This new system will provide ample space for qualitative transformation from the existing system.


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