P.G Diploma in Computer Application

National Institute of Management Studies
In Bangalore

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  • Post Graduate Diploma
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    1 Year
Description

1. Providing specialization in computer science with technical, professional and communications skills. 2.Train future industry professionals.

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Starts Location
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Bangalore
National Institute of Management Studies # 123, 1st Main Road, Kengeri Satellite Town,, 560060, Karnataka, India
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· Requirements

3 year graduation or equivalent.

Course programme

The world has become a small village due to the revolution in Information Technology. It has affected almost all walks of life, be it business, education, entertainment services and healthcare.

This course is designed to produce a dynamic breed of computer professionals with excellent managerial skills. Emphasis is given to in-depth studies of numerous application-oriented subjects, covering various methodologies to develop software products efficiently by utilizing advance networking technologies and application software.

PGDCA is an initiation course for students who want to become skillful and knowledgeable IT professionals. The program gives fundamental knowledge of computers, operating systems, internet, computational techniques, file & data structure and the core of programming. After successful completion of the first two semesters of MCA, if a student wishes to discontinue the course, such a student shall be awarded the Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application PGDCA].

Objectives :
The course aims at realizing the following objectives-
1. Providing specialization in computer science with technical, professional and communications skills.
2.Train future industry professionals.


Semester I

windows based Applications
Internet
Communication Skills in English
Mathematics and Statistics
Discrete Mathematics


Semester II

Computational Techniques
Programming Concepts
Data and File Structure
Computer Organisation and Architecture
Operating Systems


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