BCA -Bachelor of Computer Application
It is a 3 year, 6 semester full time undergraduate degree course, affiliated to Bangalore University, Bangalore and recognized by Govt.of Karnataka.
Specific Objectives of the course are:
Today computers are used in almost every part of our lives; in car engines, microwave ovens, video games, watches, telephones, desktops, at home and work, mainframe computers in government and industry, and supercomputers pushing out the frontiers of science and technology. The computer industry is one of the fastest growing segments of our economy and that growth promises to continue well into the new century.
To maintain a Competitive edge, one must continue to make creative scientific and engineering advances in order to produce the best possible weapon and information systems. More than ever, there is a demand for professionals with the scientific and technical training necessary to perform effectively on the job.
Pass in PUC/10+2 or equivalent with minimum of 40% marks in aggregate of all subjects including languages.
Admission to the BCA programme is simple. It requires writing of a test paper, which tests language skills in English, reasoning ability and aptitude for management. This will be followed by a group discussions and a personal interview of candidates. If you successfully pass the requirements, you will be admitted to the BCA programme.
Each student should develop a software package on any platform related to the field of his specialization. The student shall develop the package under the supervision of a guide. The package so developed should be submitted along with the project reports to the Head of the Department.
The Oxford College of Science expects a high level of maturity from students, which shows up in a disciplined approach. You are expected to be smartly dressed at all times and follow the prescribed dress code. Attendance of a minimum 75% of the classes in every subject during an academic year is mandatory. Students who do not fulfill this requirement will not be allowed to take up the University Examinations.