- Fee: Starting NPR 77,700
The PGDCA program is a one-year course for bachelors degree-holders with non-IT background. The program provides students a strong theoretical foundation and sufficient practical knowledge for advance study leading to MCA degree.
• Provide in depth study of hardware and software system.• Impart knowledge to invent and deploy ideas for solving real life problem.• Train to analyze, design and develop computer-based systems in different areas of development.• Prepare students for research in recent technologies for future development.• Develop entrepreneurship skills.• Build up sound presentation and communication skills
After completion of PGDCA, student can pursue masters degree in computer fields.
The PGDCA is a one-year program consisting of two semesters or 34 credit hours. The first semester curriculum covers IT fundamentals, computer design, programming, data communication, web technology and a general subject like mathematics.
The second semester includes system analysis, data structure, statistics, database systems, object-oriented programming, and a project. The project, weighing two credit hours facilitates students to apply conceptual classroom knowledge into practice.