|1. Objective of BCA Programme.
Rooted in the values of peace and justice, BCA Study Abroad promotes international understanding, awareness of global citizenship and academic scholarship through educational exchanges.Students can choose to study for a semester, year or summer and earn academic credit toward their undergraduate degrees. As a longstanding provider of study abroad programs, BCA’s mission to promote international understanding
Each BCA program has a defined set of learning objectives that cover the full spectrum of interpersonal, intrapersonal and cognitive development of students, with more objectives related to cognition. These are tied to our online assessment tools that all students use when applying to our programs.
2. Guidelines for doing Assignments.
Please go through the guidelines regarding assignments given in the Programme Guide for the format of presentation. The purpose of this study is to follow the child’s literacy development in the areas of reading, writing, and spelling. It is important that you observe and work with one child, and that you discuss literacy development with the child’s parents or guardians. Once the study is completed and graded, set up a conference date with the parent or caregiver to go over the results. Reflect on this process and be prepared to discuss this in class.
• Copies of all surveys completed
• Any material that connects to reading development
• Any material that connects to writing and spelling analysis
• Reference list
3. Attendance Requirements
A student has to put in a minimum of 75% of attendance in aggregate of all the subjects to appear for the university exams in the I year and or each semester thereafter.
Shortage of attendance in aggregate up to 10% (65% & above & below 75%) in each semester or I year may be condoned by the vicechancellor on the recommendations of the sub-committee of the academic senate on valid and genuine grounds with supporting evidence, taking into account the previous attendance record of the student.
Shortage of attendance below 65% in aggregate shall in no case be condoned and their registration shall stand cancelled. They may seek re-admission for that semester/l year when offered next.
A table having all the BCA courses.
|CS-610: Foundation Course in English for Computing
FHS-01: Foundation Course in Humanities and Social Sciences
CS-611: Computer Fundamentals and PC Software
|CS-612: PC Software Application Skills
CS-60: Foundation Course in Mathematics and Computing
CS-62: ‘C’ Programming & Data Structure
|FST: Foundation Course in Science and Technology
CS-63: Introduction to System Software
CS-05: Elements of System Analysis and Design
|CS-06: Introduction to DBMS
CS-64: Introduction to Computer Organization
CS-65: Window Programming
CS-67: RDBMS Lab
|CS-68: Computer Networks
CS-69: TCP/IP Programming
CS-70: Introduction to Software Engineering
CS-71: Computer Oriented Numerical Techniques
|CS-72: C++ and Object Oriented Programming
CS-73: Theory of Computer Science
CS-74: Introduction to Internet Programming (Java, ActiveX)
CS-75: Intranet Administration