University of Pune Bachelor of Computer Application (B.C.A.) Admission 2009




Bachelor of Computer Application



1. The title

The title of the programme will be Bachelor of Computer Application (B.C.A.) under Commerce Faculty.The revised program will be introduced for -

a) F.Y.B.C.A. from the academic year 2008-09
b) S.Y.B.C.A. from the academic year 2009-10
c) T.Y.B.C.A. from the academic year 2010-11

2. Objectives:

The objectives of the Programme shall be to provide sound academic base from which an advanced career in Computer Application can be developed. Conceptual grounding in computer usage as well as its practical business application will be provided.

3. Eligibility for admission:

In order to be eligible for admission to Bachelor of Computer Applications a candidate must have passed
(i) HSC (10+2) from any stream with English as passing Subject with minimum 45% marks in aggregate.
(ii) Two years Diploma in Pharmacy Course of Board of Technical Education, conducted by Government of Maharashtra or its equivalent.
(iii) Three Year Diploma Course (after S.S.C. i.e. 10 th Standard), of Board of Technical Education conducted by Government of Maharashtra or its equivalent.
(iv) MCVC
(v) Every eligible candidate has to pass Common Entrance Test to be conducted by the respective Institute/College.

4. Duration:

The duration of the B.C.A. Degree Program shall be three years divided into six semesters.

5. The scheme of Examinations:

The BCA Examination will be of 3600 marks as given Below

I. (a) F.Y.B.C.A. (Sem I + Sem II ) : 1200 marks

(b) S.Y.B.C.A. (Sem III + Sem IV ) : 1200 marks

(c) T.Y.B.C.A. (Sem V + Sem VI ) : 1200 marks

II.For Theory Paper There Will Be 80:20 Pattern
80 Marks : University Exam
20 Marks : Internal Exam

For Practical And Project Examination

Sem I to VI : 100 marks
Sem I , III , V : External Assessment
Sem II , IV ,VI : External Assessment

6. The Standard of Passing and Award of Class

In order to pass in the examination the candidate has to obtain 40 marks out of 100. (Min 32 marks must be obtained in University Examination.

The class will be awarded on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by the candidate for all three years examinations.

The award of class will be as follows:
Aggregate Percentage of Marks Class

40 and above :- Pass
50 & above – Less than 60 :- Pass with II class
60 & Above – Less than 70 :- Pass with I class
70 & Above :- Pass with I class with distinction

7. Rules of A.T.K.T.:

a) A student shall be allowed to keep term for the Second Year, if he/she has a backlog of not more than three theory & one practical or four theory heads of total number of subjects of the First year examination, which consist of First & Second Semester.

b) A student shall be allowed to keep term for the Third year, if he/she has no backlog of first Year & if he/she has a backlog of not more than three theory & one practical or four theory heads of total number of subject of the Second Year examination which consist of Third & Fourth Semester.

8. The Medium of Instruction and Examination (Written and Viva) shall be English.



Course Structure
Semester I
Semester II

101 Business Communication
102 Principles of Management
103 Programming Principles & Algorithm
104 Computer Fundamentals & Office Automation
105 Business Accounting
106 Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (OA+PPA)
201 Organizational Behavior
202 Elements of Statistics
203 ‘C’ Programming
204 File Structure and Database Concepts
205 Cost Accounting
206 Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (C.P + DBMS)

Semester III
Semester IV

301 Numerical methods
302 Data Structures using ‘C’
303 Software Engineering
304 Management Accounting
305 RDBMS
306 Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (D.S + RDBMS)
401 Networking
402 Visual Basic
403 Inventory Management(SAD)
404 Human Resource Management
405 Object Oriented programming using C++
406 Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (VB + C++)

Semester V
Semester VI

501 . NET FRAMEWORKS
502 Internet Programming and Cyber Law
503 Principles of Marketing
504 Core Java
505 Project work VB
506 Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (.Net & core Java)
601 E-Commerce
602 Multimedia Systems
603 Introduction to SysPro and Operating Systems
604 Advance Java
605 Project Work (Banking & Finance, Cost Analysis, Financial analysis, Payroll, EDP, ERP, etc.)
Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (Multimedia + Advanced Java)



(Note: For detailed Syllabi please refer prospectus published by the University of Pune )


Reference: http://www.mitacsc.com/bca.asp


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