Bachelor in Computer Application (BCA)

Bachelor in Computer Application

Bachelor in Arts in Computer Application offer by K & K International college is 4-year Semester Based Computer course of Faculty of Humanities and Social Science (FOHSS) with the sole objectives of producing manpower of competent applied computer skill needed for IT as well as any other organization. BCA consists of 126 credit hours in total for all subject with 1 credit hour is equivalent to 16 lecture hours.

The program is design with principle of developing human resource for practical IT solution in medium as well as big organization like Trading organization, Manufacturing industry, Tourism industries, I/NGOs and other fields. The course is design to equip the students with broad knowledge of programming language, microprocessor, management, economics, sociology, account and skill to tackle the IT related problems face by Organization.

K&K International College offer BCA program for those students who are interest in computer related field but does not want to study pure IT course. There are best academic faculties and student friendly studying environment. The study is based on lecture study, practical based pedagogy. It is the multi-disciplinary course offer by K&K international college for IT students.

Key Feature of program
  • Best academic faculties
  • lecture-based and practical base study
  • Group work and class presentation
  • Well-equipped Lab
  • Practical training network and Field Visit
  • Job placement for deserving Students to different IT companies
Eligibility

The candidates who pass 11 and 12 with minimum D+ in all subjects and score of not less than 1.6 GPA of any discipline. In case of old students who pass +2 of HSEB exam. For foreign board students, the board must be recognized by NEB and must pass plus level equivalent to National Education Board (NEB) are eligible for apply.

Class Hours

ShiftDay

Time11:00 PM to 4:30 PM (12 months)

Hence, total hours required to finish BCA is 2016 lecture hours. The total 126 credit hours is distributed among various subjects which is listed below. However, students have to study total 96 credit hours of computer related subjects which includes core courses, electives and internship. Course Title Credit Hrs.

Semester I
CACS101: Computer Fundamentals & Applications 4
CACO102: Society and Technology 3
CAEN103: English I 3
CAMT104: Mathematics I 3
CACS105: Digital Logic 3
 
Semester II
CACS151: C Programming 4
CAAC152: Financial Accounting 3
CAEN153: English II 3
CAMT154: Mathematics II 3
CACS155: Microprocessor and Computer Architecture 3
Semester III
CACS201: Data Structures and Algorithms 3
CAST202: Probability and Statistics 3
CACS203: System Analysis and Design 3
CACS204: OOP in Java 3
CACS205: Web Technology 3
 
Semester IV
CACS251: Operating System 3
CACS252: Numerical Methods 3
CACS253: Software Engineering 3
CACS254: Scripting Language 3
CACS255: Database Management System 3
CAPJ256: Project I 2
Semester V
CACS301: MIS and E-Business 3
CACS302: DotNet Technology 3
CACS303: Computer Networking 3
CAMG304: Introduction to Management 3
CACS305: Computer Graphics and Animation 3
 
Semester VI
CACS351: Mobile Programming 3
CACS352: Distributed System 3
CAEC353: Applied Economics 3
CACS354: Advanced Java Programming 3
CACS355: Network Programming 3
CAPJ356: Project II 2
Semester VII
CACS401: Cyber Law and Professional Ethics 3
CACS402: Cloud Computing 3
CAIN403: Internship 3
Elective I 3
Elective II 3
Semester VIII
CAOR451: Operations Research 3
CAPJ452: Project III 6
Elective III 3
Elective IV 3

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS) RELATED TO BCA

WHY K&K BCA ?

  • Highly professional faculty member.
  • Practical based practice methods.
  • Job placement for deserving students.
  • Well Equipped lab and accessories of lab work
1. WHAT IS BCA?

Its Bachelor in Computer Application.

2. STREAM?

Humanities

3. YEARLY OR SEMESTER SYSTEM?

Semester System 4 years course (8 semester).

4. SUBJECT SELECTION PROVISIONS?

You can choose subject according to interest in four year (7 th and 8 th Sem).

5. COURSE REQUIREMENT? THEORY VS PRACTICALS?

For All Subjects: Theory (Th.) -60% / Practical (Pr.) – 40% 5 project work in 7 th and 8 th semester

6. ACADEMIC SHIFT, CLASS DAYS AND TIMINGS?

6 Days a week. DAY SHIFT: 11:00 pm till 4:30am/ Sunday to Friday.

7. SHCOLARSHIP PROVISIONS?

Yes, to the most deserving ones based on overall performance and an authentic criteria. Final decision rests on Department/Management.

8. HOW TO APPLY?

After getting the information regarding the courses and fulfilling the eligibility criteria, the student can apply by paying required registration fee for reserving the seat (which will be adjusted with their Tuition Fee).

9. MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION

English

10. COLLEGE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Students have to pass the entrance exam of TU then go through screening sessions and counseling sessions for admission.

11. WHAT IS THE BASIS FOR AN ADMISSION DECISION?

Admission decisions are based on students learning attitude and determination towards subject, screening tests and suitability to take up the desired course provided the candidate meets the eligibility condition as mentioned in the brochures in terms of qualifying aggregate percentage/marks/grades in 10+2 and entrance pass report.

12. HOW SHALL I FIND OUT IF I AM ADMITTED?

You will be informed immediately after a screening/counseling session followed by admission interview. Otherwise you will receive a call/sms or email from college/ BCA.

13. WHAT ARE THE TIMINGS OF COLLEGE FOR ADMISSIONS?

College remains open between 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday through Friday, with the exception of major National/ Provincial holidays.

College has been sharing the knowledge to its students according to the changing demand of the world since it’s establishment.

Kanti and Kunja International College

Department Contact Info

Kanti and Kunja International College

New Baneshwor (Infront of BICC, West Gate-2)
Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel:- +977-1-4474557

Web: www.kandk.edu.np

+977-1-4474557
Mobile:- +977-1-4474557
kandkcollege@gmail.com

Sunday-Friday – 6.30AM to 5.00PM

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