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Master of Computer Applications (MCA)


Eligibility:-Passed BCA/ Bachelor Degree in Computer Science Engineering or equivalent UGC recognized graduate degree.


Passed B.Sc./ B.Com./ B.A. / or any other UGC recognized graduate degree with Mathematics at 10+2 Level or at Graduation Level. However candidate has to do an additional Bridge Course as per the norms of the University.

Student has to attach self attested photo copies of all marks sheets/degree along with an aadhar card copy and passport size photograph

Lateral Entry: in the II Year (III Semester) Students having the following qualifications will be admitted directly in the MCA II Year (III Semester) M.Sc.(CS) / M.Sc. (IT) from any UGC recognized university.


Master of Computer Applications (MCA) – I Semester

Sr. No.Paper CodePaper TitleCredits
1.MCA – 101Mathematical Foundation of Computer Science4
2.MCA – 102Computer and ‘C’ Programming4
3.MCA – 103Computer Organization and Architecture4
4.MCA – 104Data Base Management System4
5.MCA – 105Accounting and Financial Management 4
6.MCA – 106P C Software4
7.MCA – 107Programming in C Lab2
8.MCA – 108DBMS Lab2

Master of Computer Applications (MCA) – II Semester

Sr. No.Paper CodePaper TitleCredits
1.MCA – 201Data Structure Using ‘C’4
2.MCA – 202Computer Oriented Numerical and Statistical Techniques4
3.MCA – 203Operating System4
4.MCA – 204Data Communication & Computer Networks4
5.MCA – 205Environmental Science4
6.MCA – 206Software Engineering4
7.MCA – 207Data Structures Using C Language Lab2
8.MCA – 208Numerical & Statistical Techniques Lab2

Master of Computer Applications (MCA) – III Semester

Sr. No.Paper CodePaper TitleCredits
1.MCA – 301Object Oriented Programming 4
2.MCA – 302System Analysis and Design4
3.MCA – 303Computer Graphics4
4.MCA – 304Artificial Intelligence4
5.MCA – 305Design and Analysis of Algorithm4
6.MCA – 306(Dot) . Net Framework (Using C#)4
7.MCA – 307Object Oriented Programming Lab2
8.MCA – 308DAA Lab2

Master of Computer Applications (MCA) – IV Semester

Sr. No.Paper CodePaper TitleCredits
1.MCA – 401Theory of Computation4
2.MCA – 402Advanced Java Programming4
3.MCA – 403Web Technology4
4.MCA – 404Computer Based Optimization Techniques4
5.MCA – 405Microprocessor  Design and Assembly Language4
6.MCA – 406Advanced Java Programming Lab2
7.MCA – 407Web Technology Lab2
8.MCA – 408Project Report12


Internal Assignments

The internal Assignment component will have a weightage of 30% marks. Two assignments (each of 15 marks) will be given in each paper. The internal assignments are to be submitted to the University before the Term-End-Examination. Download your Internal Assignment question papers from the ERP Login/website. Marks Obtained in assignments shall be shown separately in the Mark sheet. In Project Report writing (MCA-408) there will be no Internal Assignment.


There shall be a Term-End-Examination at the end of the minimum duration of the study i.e. each semester. It carries a weightage of 70% marks. Term-End-Examination will be held in the months of June and December every year. There will be separate practical papers beside theory papers. The Practical component shall be of 100 marks further divided into 60 marks of Lab Work and 40 marks of Viva-Voce. The Project in MCA in year shall be of 100 marks. The students are at liberty to appear in any of the examinations conducted by the university during the semester subject to the completion of the minimum time frame prescribed for the chosen programme. It is presumed that a student will be appearing in all the subjects/ papers of the programme of the study. For appearing in the examination of due papers a student has to submit Back Examination form along with the requisite examination fee (Rs.2000/-) before the due date. If a student does not appear in any Term-End-Examination, he/she may appear in the subsequent Term-End-Examinations subject to a maximum of the credit ceiling prescribed by the University for an Examination. This facility will be available to a student to secure the minimum pass grade during the maximum duration prescribed for the programme. For a pass in any papers/ course of MCA it is mandatory for a student to secure minimum 30% marks in the Internal Assignment and Term-End-Examination separately. To clear a paper as well as a programme a student is required to secure 35% marks in Theory Papers and 50% marks in Practical Papers.

Project Report

Students should take this project work very seriously. Every student will have to submit a research based project report on any topic related to Computer Programming, Hardware, Software, Networking etc. in about 100 pages (Microsoft word) in 12 font size. Times New Roman (space between lines 1.5) in the prescribed format under the supervision of supervisor (format is available on the website Topics selected should be complex and should be high quality to justify as MCA project. The students are required to submit the synopsis stating Objectives, Significance, Methodology, Scheme of Data Analysis to the University. After the approval of their topic, student should start his/her project work. The Project of 12 credits and maximum marks as 100. The Project should be genuine and original in nature and should not be copied from anywhere else. If found copied, the project report will be rejected and zero marks will be awarded. Therefore student should take the project work seriously. Project is to be submitted before the annual examinations. It marks awarded by an Examiner are more than 80 percent in the project, the same will be reviewed by an expert committee to be constituted by the University for this purpose and the marks awarded by the expert Committee will be considered to be final. Division shall be awarded to the successful candidates only after the final year as follows:

I Division60% and above
II Division48% and less than 60%
Pass35% and less than 48%