Curriculum Policy

ACADEMICS Curriculum Policy

Curriculum Policy

Master of Computer Applications
1. Duration of the MCA program shall be 3 years, divided into 6 semesters. Each semester should have 15 – 18 weeks. The entire period of the sixth semester shall be devoted for the Major project work.

2. Eligibility for admission: Recognized Bachelor’s degree of minimum 3 Yrs duration with Mathematics at 10+2 level. Obtained at least 50% (45% in case of candidate belonging to reserved category) at the qualifying examination

3. Course Structure
· Two kinds of courses/subjects/papers are offered – core courses and elective courses. Core courses are offered by the department conducting the programme. Elective courses are offered either by the department conducting the programme or by any other department.

· Elective courses should be relevant to the programme for which the student is admitted and are identified by the department.

· Each course shall have a unique alphanumerical code.

· No regular student shall register for more than 22 credits and less than 10 credits per semester.

· The minimum total credits required for the successful completion of a six semester MCA programme is 108.
4. Evaluation of all semester papers will be in two parts viz. Continuous Assessment (CA) and End Semester Assessment (ESA). Forty percent marks will be set apart for CA and sixty percent marks will be set apart for ESA, for theory, practical and project parts. Weightage for theory, practical and project components will be according to the credit distribution.

Continuous assessment includes assignments, seminars, periodic written examination etc. There shall be a minimum of two test papers of 15% marks each and one assignment of 10% marks.

End Semester Assessment:
Question pattern (Theory part): There shall be eight question carrying equal marks. Each question may contain sub divisions also. Student has to answer any four full questions, selecting one question from each unit, to secure full marks.

Question pattern (Practical part): One compulsory question that may contain sub divisions is to be attempted by the student.

Project:
Major Project: The Major project work should be carried out over the entire period of the final semester in an Industry / R and D organization / Department. If the project is carried out in an Industry / R and D organization outside the campus, then a co-guide shall be selected from the Department. If the project work is of interdisciplinary in nature, a co-guide shall be taken from the other department concerned. Every student should do the Major Project individually and no grouping is allowed. All the candidates are required to get the approval of their synopsis and the guide before commencement of the project from the Department. A Supervisor / Guide should be a postgraduate in CS or allied subject or a person of eminence in the area in which student has chosen the project. A Departmental committee duly constituted by the Head of the Department will review the project periodically every month. The Continuous Assessment marks (CA) will be based on the periodic progress and progress report. At the end of the semester the candidate shall submit the Project report (two bound copies and one soft copy) duly approved by the guide, co-guide for End Semester Assessment.

5. Grading:
As per University/UGC Norms.
6. Grade Card

6.1 The university under its seal shall issue to the students a grade card on completion of each semester and a consolidated grade statement at the end of the MCA programme.
6.2 Grade card shall contain the following.
# Title of the courses.
# The credits associated with and grades awarded for each course.
# The number of credits earned by the student and the grade point average.
# The total credits earned by the student till that semester.

6.3 The grade card issued on completion of the programme shall contain the name of the programme, the department / school offered the programme, the titles of the courses taken, the credits associated with each course, grades awarded, the total credits earned by the student, the CGPA and the class in which the student is placed.

7. Ranking: Only those candidates who have passed all the papers in the first appearance within the minimum period will be considered for ranking on the basis of CGPA for the entire course.

8 Attendance: Will be applied as per college norms.

9. Scrutiny shall be allowed as per the rules of the college.

Bachelor Courses
1. Duration of the bachelor program shall be 3 years, divided into 6 semesters. Each semester should have 15 – 18
weeks.
2. Eligibility for admission: Intermediate from any recognized Board.
3. Course Structure
Two kinds of courses/subjects/papers are offered – core courses and elective courses. Core courses are offered by the
department conducting the programme. Elective courses are offered either by the department conducting the programme
or by any other department.
Elective courses should be relevant to the programme for which the student is admitted and are identified by the
department.
Each course shall have a unique alphanumerical code.
No regular student shall register for more than 22 credits and less than 10 credits per semester.
The minimum total credits required for the successful completion of a four semester  Bachelor programme is 120.
4. Evaluation of all semester papers will be in two parts viz. Continuous Assessment (CA) and End Semester
Assessment (ESA). Thirty percent marks will be set apart for CA and seventy percent marks will be set apart for ESA, for
theory, practical and project parts. Weightage for theory, practical and project components will be according to the credit
distribution.
5. End Semester Assessment:
(a) Question pattern (Theory part): There shall be eight questions carrying equal marks. Each question may contain sub
divisions also. Student has to answer any five full questions.
(b) Question pattern (Practical part): One compulsory question that may contain sub divisions is to be attempted by the
student.
6. Grading:
As per University/UGC norms.
7. Grade Card
7.1 The university under its seal shall issue to the students a grade card on completion of each semester and a consolidated
grade statement at the end of the course
7.2 Grade card shall contain the following.
a. Title of the courses.
b. The credits associated with and grades awarded for each course.
c. The number of credits earned by the student and the grade point average.
d. The total credits earned by the student till that semester.
7.3 The grade card issued on completion of the programme shall contain the name of the programme, the department /
school offered the programme, the titles of the courses taken, the credits associated with each course, grades awarded,
the total credits earned by the student, the CGPA and the class in which the student is placed.
8. Ranking
Only those candidates who have passed all the papers in the first appearance within the minimum period will be considered
for ranking on the basis of CGPA for the entire course.
9. Attendance: Will be applied as per university norms.
10. Scrutiny shall be allowed as per the rules of the college. Revaluation is not permitted

 

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