Bachelor of Computer ApplicationNational Institute of Management Studies
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10+2 or equivalent / 3 year diploma from a state board for technical education.
Fast growing information technology and communication systems have become critical components of almost every company’s strategic plan. Companies which want to take advantage of the new information technologies and communication systems require expert professionals, who can apply computer science principles to solve problems produced by the interface between business and technology. This is an undergraduate program where students are exposed to various areas of computer applications including the latest developments in the industry.
The course aims at realizing the following student objectives -
1.Demonstrating sound knowledge in key areas of computer science or industrial computing.
2.Demonstrating a substantial understanding of concepts in key areas of computer science.
3.Carrying out the required analysis and synthesis involved in computer systems, information systems and computer applications.
4.Demonstrating professional competence in developing software and in its design and implementation
5.Developing sound practical skills in order to address problems which arise from computer systems and applications.
6.Demonstrating sound presentation and communication skills, which are required in the computer industry.
After completion of the course, students of high academic standard shall be capable of competing for employment in a chosen professional area and pursuing career development in that area.
Fundamentals of Computer Applications
Communication skills in English
Computer Organisation and Architecture
Object Oriented Programming(C++)
Data and File Structure
Assemblers and Compilers
Oracle9i and Distributed Database
Accounting and Financial Management
Website Management and Design
Management Process and Organization Behaviour
Software Management and Quality Assurance
understanding PC Components and Preventive Maintenance
Installing and Configuring Windows 2000 and Linux Administration
Computational Numeric Analysis
Markup Language and C# Programming
Network Topology and Protocol
Datawarehousing and Data Mining
Geograpphical Information System