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future cousre after bca

- Abhishek RajpuraUpdated On April 18, 2022 09:20 AM

Dear Student,

It depends on your career path. MCA can be a better option for you, as the course has good career prospects. You can also opt for M.Tech in Information Technology or M.Sc in IT after BCA. However, MCA can be the first preference in your list. In order to get admission in MCA, you will have to clear the entrance exam. There are different state-level and university-level entrance exams for admission in MCA course. Also, you can appear for the national-level entrance exam, i.e., NIMCET for admission in MCA course offered by NITs. 

- Sakunth KumarAnswered on November 25, 2019 12:38 PM
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Hi there, MCA seems to be a viable option after MCA. SO I would like to tell you about MCA program offered at LPU. The MCA at LPU is designed, keeping in view the diverse needs of the industry. The aims at professionally grooming the students so that they can flourish in the corporate IT Sector. MCA is more focused on the practical implementation of various computing aspects such as ming, databases, networking, web development, etc. LPU's School of Computer Application is ranked among the top four Computer Applications Institutes of North India by NASSCOM. Students from all across India and 15 plus countries around the globe are expertly mentored by an experienced and proficient team of faculty members. Students have instant access to the latest technology labs like iMac, SAP, etc that keeps them updated with the ever-changing technologies. The eligibility for the course is Pass with 60% aggregate marks in BCA or BSc (Computer Science) or BSc (Information Technology) or any Graduation with Computer Science as a subject for three years OR B.A. or B Com or B Sc (any Graduation) with (Mathematics as one of the subjects at Graduation or 10+2 level) or equivalent. In case a student has not studied computer as a subject in graduation, then he/she shall have to go through bridge/ additional courses (subjects) which may be scheduled before the commencement of classes or along with the regular classes. Students need not pay any additional amount for bridge/ additional courses. Clearing LPUNEST is a must. The topics dealt with in the course are Analysis & design of complex problems, Coding skills, Ethics, Communication, Societal Impact. The highest package offered was 31 LPA and the average salary was 4 lakhs.

- priyal gognaAnswered on April 18, 2022 09:20 AM
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