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    Aspiring to make a career in computers? Searching for a suitable computer course after BSc? On this Ask Expert page check out response to your queries.

    Can I get admission in PGDCA course after completing B.Sc ? In which University, college can I get admission? Can you provide information about other computer course which I can do after graduation and which will be useful to get job in different companies? Can I do computer engineering after graduation and will it be safe for me?
  • #141587
    You didn't specified your state, so it would be harder to mention which university can be good for the admission. In case of such information I'd recommend going for delhi university for such courses. They have two different types of PG courses one is PGDCA and another PGDCS. So you can choose college accordingly. I think instead of PGDCA, you can go for the MCA course. There are plenty of companies coming out with the demands for the MCA graduates. And depending on how you go through interviews, the jobs are more lucrative that way. Doing computer engineering degree after BSC is going to exhaust you mentally and physically. Besides doing small courses after graduation would be lot beneficial.

  • #141610
    Though it would be a little bit lengthy to persue MCA course after you graduation in science since in that way total time consumed including the completion of MCA course comes about six years. However, by acquring the MCA qualification through a reputed engineering college would mean a lot for you in terms of your further career - prospects in the software Industry. In case of your brilliant performance, you may get a job - offer from a fortune software company. Moreover, this qualification is treated at par with B.Sc ( Engg) and you would accrue with the same benifit what a graduate computer - engineering gets in job - offer.
    Short term course of PGDCA will be helpful if you go in specialisation for a particular module such as Oracle, SAP, Java etc. On the strength of such certification, you are sure to be hired in the software - field.

  • #141646
    What specialization you are doing B.Sc. ? Post graduation of engineering have tests like GATE. For other post graduations like MCA or M.Sc. you need to have background knowledge of Computer programming languages.
    Your choice of PGDCA is good provided you get good college. Also try for MCA if not PGPCA. Both are equal. There are opportunities in very few colleges through campus placement. You will have to do some programming language courses if you don't find jobs. Most institutions have tie up with software companies for recruitment. Basically you will have to spend to get job. CDAC is also famous and well known institute for computer education and job opportunity. But nowadays getting into CDAC itself is difficult.
    For choosing colleges just browse online for colleges in city you wanted and contact seniors for guidance.
    Doing computer engineering after graduation don't make sense. Yes if you do it from popular college then it will make sense since it will secure job opportunity. But still you will lose 4 years again studies. Better to do post graduation and in parallel search for job.

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  • #141664
    Since you have done B.Sc. it is better to do a master degree course that is application of computers. Why do you want to do a diploma? You are eligible for a 2 year degree course. In any case, a diploma course is 2 years long, which is same as that of MCA or Master's in Computer Applications. So it is better to do MCA. The best university for pursuing MCA and a job in parallel is IGNOU university. This is a distance university, so you can attend the classes after your office hours. You can manage both your job and education. Also the classes in most of the IGNOU regional centers are held on Saturdays and Sundays. Government offices are closed on those days.
    MCA is a technical course that will help you get job positions of software developer, quality analyzer, software tester, computer trainer and even computer professor in colleges. So there are lots of jobs to be availed after MCA, provided you have the necessary score to be selected for the job interview. Lastly, you can still complete a B.Tech or B.E. after your graduation. But what is the use of it? It is only a wastage of another 4 years, where you could have done a master's degree for 2 years. In fact, AICTE holds MCA course equivalent to be an undergraduate course in engineering. Think about it.

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  • #142155
    B.Sc. has everything you need to go for computer course in any University. However, you can't rush to pursue higher studies in MCA or computer course without having mathematics as your primary subjects.

    Since you have background knowledge in mathematics and already pursued B.Sc. You can go for Master in Computer Application (MCA). The best University recommend is open or distance learning universities. You can invest full time or partime as per your preferences. Also, the fees are very low if you go for distance learning or open education like IGNOU Or TGOU.

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  • #147411
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    yes after doing bsc if your interest in computer you also do MCA which is a post graduation in computer applicatio by doing this course you can get a chance to find good job with high salary oaying in computer application sector but doing MCA is not so easy
    if you no more interst in tha computer .
    but if your maths is strong you can do it perfectly.
    you can give a entrence exam as NIMCET .
    Good Luck

  • #148136
    Hi Prashant,
    I have completed my BSCIT via Sikkim Manipal Distant education and persuing MCA via same. They have their online webinars to attend lectures from home. They send all the study material. You just need to learn from their books. Easy to clear exams. Also they offer PGDCA courses.

  • #151560
    One cannot invest time by pursing higher studies in MCA after graduating. It is possible but can become such an agony in your personal and professional life.

    Going for part-time computer classes for C, C# and Java is the best. You can understand the basic and go for software engineering courses in Computer line later since you have already completed BSc 12. While most universities would want candidates to complete or BSc 12 if he wants to go for Computer engineering courses like MCA.

    MCA is a long way course. The maximum time all university offers is six years which is a lot of time consuming. If you have invested half of that time by learning programming languages and other web designing languages one by one then you could master it in three years.

    One problem for MCA is that in three years courses, only people who already knows go for that period since the person already knows and he is just revising to get the degree certificates. While on the other hand, the six years MCA courses is too much. You cannot learn and understand the coding, designing and all hard courses in 6 years since mixing programming and too many other courses in the same niche can be confusing for most students and end up learning nothing.

    Go for programming language first and MCA.

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