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Bachelor of Computer Applications is a new age degree course in the field of computer applications. Bachelor in Computer Applications (BCA) is a three year undergraduate degree course which is divided into six semesters. Students will be taught subjects which are related to the technological applications that are required in today’s practical work field
After completion of the BCA course, students can opt for masters or they can even try for job opportunities.
Bachelor of Computer Applicationsis a course that is customized for students wishing to shine in the field of computers and information technology. If you are interested in computer related field, then BCA is the perfect course for you.

Course Benefits

1. Ability to design software and hardware system, and the process to meet the desired requirements within the required constraints.
2. Knowledge of statics and probability including application to computer science and engineering
3. Knowledge of algorithms and data structures
4. Ability to apply design and development principles in designing of software systems
5. Knowledge of concepts of computer programming languages
6. Problem analysis and solution design
7. Ability to apply mathematics, computer science theory and algorithm principles in modelling and designing of computer-based systems

Course Content

The course syllabus for BBA starts off with a formal learning of the languages followed by the basic fundamentals of Business Management. The modules are divided into six semesters and each semester moves to the next in smooth transition with the complexity of the subjects increasing gradually.
At the end of the semesters the student is expected to have a good grasp on the various aspects of management skills and techniques. Along with this he/she should be well-versed with problem solving abilities and people management skills.

Program Levels Bachelor's degree
Prerequisites12 th Standard from a recognized board
Program Length3 years

Year 1

The first year is the building block for the future managers and entrepreneurs. The students are introduced to management principles and practices. They learn about the business environment and how this operates in society. Identification of opportunities and skill development are the key learnings throughout the year. These skills enhances the students ability to appreciate business environment.

Year 2

The subjects steer towardscomprehensive study of areas within business which are strategic analysis and operations management. Students will develop a business plan for a new venture of their choice and concentrate heavily on issues in small business and entrepreneurship.

Year 3

In year three students will undertake dissertation. Dissertation can focus on business or business entrepreneurship students can write an interdisciplinary dissertation joining subjects together. Issues in strategic management can be explored and undertake a module which focuses on developing skills relating to careers, job-searching and professional development.

Methods of Learning

At Aravali College of engineering and management we indulge in diverse teaching methodologies to be able to fully integrate the syllabus.
Lecture: Lectures are probably the most common teaching method found in business schools. With this format, students are typically greeted by slides via a PowerPoint presentation during the lecture and engage with content through this mechanism. Lectures tend to be more of a “lean back” or passive experience that is driven more by the professor. This teaching method will be the most natural to students as it is very similar to the way many undergraduate classes are structured.
Case Study: The case study format involves a professor leading student through a historical analysis of a business situation. In case studies, students are expected to come up with a solution to some of history’s toughest business problems. Cases are commonly used as the driver for interactive classroom discussions and there is an expectation of strong class participation from all students.
Experiential Learning: One of the more truly immersive teaching methods is experiential learning. This method allows students to operate within a specific topical area or industry of interest. This method is all about learning while doing, a trend that continues to grow in many MBA programs.
The teaching methods for MBA programs are as diverse as the programs themselves, so we are continuously researchingand improving our teaching pedagogy.


Components Assessment task Value of final mark
External Final Exam 75


BCA graduates can start up their career in either Government sector or private sector since there are a lot of employment opportunities in both these sectors. This degree helps the students to get a sound knowledge on computer applications with the help of which they can have a perfect launch pad for challenging career in the field of information technology.

Job options

1. Application analyst
2. Applications developer
3. Data analyst
4. Database administrator
5. Games developer
6. Information systems manager
7. IT consultant
8. Multimedia programmer
9. SEO specialist
10. Software engineer
11. Systems analyst
12. UX designer
13. Web designer
14. Web developer

Eligibility Criteria

SR.NO Course Name Branch Qualification Min Percentage
1 B.Tech ME 10+2 50%
2 B.Tech ECE 10+2 50%
3 B.Tech CSE 10+2 50%
4 B.Tech CIVIL 10+2 50%
5 MBA Graduation 50%
6 BBA 10+2 50%
7 BCA 10+2 50%

Admission Procedure

  • 1. Student seeking admission in any of the courses offered by the University must first register himself/herself at the Institute and can call the no's 8527753334/35/36.
  • 2. Candidate registered with the Institute has to fill the Admission Application Form prescribed by the Institute and has to attach the necessary testimonials in original and two photocopies each along with six passport size photographs of student.
  • 3. The application form and the necessary documents will then be processed by the Institute and sent to the University for admission. Candidate is required to submit the application form along with the documents before the 15 august of every year
  • 4. Student should carefully check their eligibility of their qualifications while taking admission in a particular course of the University. In case of non-eligibility Institute will not be responsible for the cancellation of admission and fees will not be refunded.
  • 5. The admission to B.Tech (Four Year Programme) for the session 2018-19, shall be done by Haryana State Technical Education Society (HSTES) through online off campus counseling. Eligibility is as per HSTES rules.

Fee Structure Academic year 2018-19 (B.Tech) :

1 Course Fee 95,000.00
2 Security Fee ( Refundable) 2,000.00
3 Total Fee 97,000.00

Fee Structure Academic year 2018-19 (M.B.A) :

1 Course Fee 90,000.00
2 Security Fee ( Refundable) 2,000.00
3 Total Fee 92,000.00

Fee Structure Academic year 2018-19 (B.B.A)/ (B.C.A) :

1 Course Fee 60,000.00
2 Security Fee ( Refundable) 2,000.00
3 Total Fee 62,000.00

Hostel Fee :

1 Hostel Fee AC 75,000.00
2 Hostel Fee NON-AC 65,000.00
3 Security Fee ( Refundable) 2,000.00

Transport Fee :

1 Transport Fee As per Location

Scholarship for Prospective Students* :

Details Criteria Slab Male Female
% Marks in class
12th or equivalent (PCM)
91% and above 100% 100%
86%-90% 50% 75%
81%-85% 30% 50%
75%-80% 20% 25%
70%-74% 10%
Jee (main)
upto-50000 100% 100%
50001-75000 70% 70%
75001-100000 35% 35%
* Condition Apply(Tution Fee)