BCA/B.Sc. with minimum 50% marks Must have studied Mathematics at graduation or Sr. Secondary level
02 Years / 04 Semesters
Affiliation & Approval
Approved by (AICTE)
Affiliated to AKTU
The two-year post-graduate Master of Computer Applications degree focuses primarily on the development of application software across a range of topics. The goal of the entire programme is to give students the fundamental knowledge of different technologies with a conceptual focus. The curriculum offers project work and the most recent industrial elective courses.
The curriculum is created to satisfy the increasing need for qualified individuals in the information technology industry. It has a stronger focus on application development and places more attention on the newest programming languages and tools to create applications more quickly and effectively. This degree gives students the skills necessary to create software applications for a variety of industries in order to help clients or end users with particular issues.
The school also places a strong emphasis on the planning, designing, and development of sophisticated commercial application and system software. This programme is a great option for those who love computers because it offers financial security, the flexibility to move anywhere, and the chance to learn new things forever.
For National Students – BCA/B.Sc. with minimum 50% marks Must have studied Mathematics at graduation or Sr. Secondary level.
For International Students – The eligibility criterion for all programs for international applicants is minimum 50% in the qualifying examination and having studied the pre-requisite subjects for admission in to the desired program.
Career Options and Job Prospects
Both the IT industry and the employment prospects it provides have been growing. Companies need professionals with a strong skill set and relevant knowledge. Due to the exposure MCA students gain throughout the course, there is always a great demand for them in the market. Given below are the top jobs that one can pursue after MCA.