Masters of Computer Application

Jain Group of Institutions
In Bangalore

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  • Master
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    2 Years
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Starts Location
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Bangalore
# 91/2, Dr.A N Krishna Rao Rd, 560004, Karnataka, India
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Course programme

Masters of Computer Application

The objective of the MCA programme at the Jain University is to provide highest level of education in Computer Science and applications and to produce competent entrepreneurs, scientists and Computer Application professionals at global level.

Semester I
Accounting & Financial Management / Mathematics
Problem solving with C
Digital Electronics
Discrete Mathematics
Introduction to UNIX
Accountancy Lab
Programming in C
Linux Lab
Semester II
Data Structure through C
Computer organization
Database Management system
Operations Research
OOPS with C++
RDBMS (Oracle) Lab
Data Structure using C Lab
Programming with C++ & OOPS lab
Semester III
Operating system
Software Engineering
Programming in Java
Fundamentals of Computer Networks
Engineering Technology Management
Programming in Java Lab
Operating system Lab
Network Programming Lab
Semester IV
C# & .net Technologies
Web Technologies
Object oriented modelling & Design
Analysis & Design of Algorithms
Elective I
ADA Lab
Web development Lab
Software Design Lab
Elective - I
Computer Graphics & Visualization
Mobile computing
Network Management
User Interface design
Information & Network security
Semester V
Software Architecture
Services Oriented Architecture
Professional Communication, Technical writing & Ethics
Elective II
Elective III
Mini Project
C# &.Net Lab
Advanced Java lab (J2EE)
Elective II
Data warehousing
Web 2.0 & Rich internet technologies
Multimedia computing
Decision support system
Enterprise resource planning
Elective III
Data Mining
Software Testing
Storage area network
System simulation & Modelling
Cryptography & Security
Semester VI
Project Work


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