Composition (for Part-I and Part-II)
  1. M.I.L. Hindi (100 marks) OR
  2. Non-Hindi with Alternate English/Urdu/Bengali/Nagpuri/Kurukh/Mundari/Kurmali (50 + 50 marks)
Composition (for Part-III)
  1. Environmental Science (100 marks)
Honours
Paper Description Marks Exam Hours No. of Lectures
Theory Practical
Part-I Theory Papers
1a Introduction to Computer Science & Information Technology 50 3 40
2a Operating System 50 3 35
3a C & Data Structure 50 3 40
4a System Analysis & Design 50 3 35
Practical Papers
1b Practical on 1a 25 25 3 6 hrs/week
2b Practical on 2a 25 25 3 6 hrs/week
3b Practical on 3a 25 25 3 6 hrs/week
4b Practical on 4a 25 25 3 6 hrs/week
Part-II Theory Papers
5a Programming in C++ 50 3 40
6a Database Management System 50 3 35
7a Networking, Data Communication 50 3 40
8a E-Commerce and Application 50 3 40
Practical Papers
5b Practical on 5a 25 25 3 6 hrs/week
6b Practical on 6a 25 25 3 6 hrs/week
7b Practical on 7a 25 25 3 6 hrs/week
8b Practical on 8a 25 25 3 6 hrs/week
Part-III Theory Papers
9a Web Technology 50 3 30
10a Java Programming 50 3 45
11a Enterpreneurship Development 100 3 75
Practical Papers
9b Practical on 9a 25 25 3 6 hrs/week
10b Practical on 10a 25 25 3 6 hrs/week
11 (a) On the Job Training (Part I & II) 100 3 30 days
(b) Project Report 50 50 3 90 days
Subsidiary

A student selected for admission in vocational subjects shall have to select two non-vocational subjects as subsidiary papers for Part-I and Part-II examinations for the subjects mentioned below in the respective faculty:

  • For BCA (B.A. Honours): History, Political Science, Economics, Philosophy, Geography, Anthropology, Phychology
  • For BCA (B.Sc Honours): Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Geology, Mathematics
  • For BCA (B.Com Honours): Business Organization, Principles of Economics, Money and Banking, Economic Development of India, Accounts
Courses Offered