Bachelor of Computer Applications

About the Course

The Department of Computer Science at ST PAULS COLLEGE offers professional courses in Computer Application. In this age of modern Technology and digitalization, adequate knowledge about information technology and Applications is indispensable as it helps individuals to have distinct advantages over the others. Bachelor of Computer Applications is a three-year undergraduate programme that focuses on Information Technology and computer applications. The course imparts knowledge about different Computer Applications and how to address and solve problems that arise from various computer applications. The course includes subjects such as core programming languages such as Java, OOPS, Machine Learning, Computer Architecture data structure, Networking and others. BCA provides various opportunities to the students who wish to pursue their career in IT and software. The students gain knowledge on topics like Programming Languages, Hardware and Software, Computer Networks, World Wide Web, Database Management, Software Engineering, etc. A candidate shall be awarded the Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Applications (B.C.A.) after the successful completion of the course that lasts for three years and an Honours in B.C.A. after 4 years.


Sharing knowledge in computer science to create successful, ethical and effective problem solvers for our society


To provide students with experiential learning opportunities to help them acquire new knowledge to meet the growing demands of a world that keeps changing rapidly

Job Opportunities

Software Publishers, Information System Managers, Database Administrators, System Analysts, Chief Information Officers, Computer Graphics, Internet Technologies, Accounting Applications, Personal Information Management, Systems Analysts, Web Developers, Network Administrators, System Managers, Computer Programmers, Software Developers, Software Testers, etc.

Programme Highlights

  • TECHNOVATION – Intra Collegiate IT Fest
  • ORACLE – Inter Collegiate ITFest
  • TRIATHLON – Intra Departmental Collegiate Fest
  • APEIRON – Guest lecture from industry experts
  • Industry visits and Internships
  • National/International Conferences
  • Hands on Skill Development Workshops
  • Monthly Seminars And Webinars
  • Awareness Programs on Emerging Technologies
  • Outreach Activities
  • Advanced Computer Lab
  • Research Assistance, Paper Presentations, Fests, etc.
  • Placement Training – interview skill, group discussion, resume preparation
  • Placement Assistance – campus placement drive and campus interview

Addon Courses

Addon courses are chosen as part of the curriculum
additional to the course specialisation.

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

AI, as an add-on course, offers students a valuable opportunity to explore the emerging field of artificial intelligence. This course introduces students to the fundamental concepts, algorithms, and applications of AI. It equips them with the skills needed to develop and deploy AI systems, making them well-prepared for the growing demand in industries such as technology, healthcare, finance, and more. By taking this course, students can gain a competitive edge and expand their career prospects in the ever-evolving world of AI.

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Cyber Security

Cybersecurity is a critical add-on course that provides invaluable knowledge and skills in protecting digital systems and data from cyber threats. This specialized field focuses on understanding vulnerabilities, implementing security measures, and mitigating risks. By undertaking a cyber security course, individuals gain expertise in safeguarding information, preventing cyberattacks, and contributing to the protection of organizations and individuals in the digital age. This course opens doors to lucrative career opportunities in a rapidly growing industry where skilled professionals are in high demand.

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Ethical Hacking

Ethical hacking, as an add-on course, provides students with an invaluable skill set in cybersecurity. This course focuses on teaching ethical hacking techniques to identify vulnerabilities and secure computer systems from malicious attacks. Students learn how to assess network security, detect vulnerabilities, and develop countermeasures to protect sensitive information. Ethical hacking not only enhances students’ technical abilities but also instills ethical responsibility and prepares them for careers in cybersecurity, where their skills are in high demand.

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Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is a rapidly growing field in the realm of technology. An add-on course on cloud computing provides students with essential skills and knowledge to leverage the power of cloud-based services. By understanding concepts like virtualization, scalability, and data management in the cloud, students can enhance their employability in various industries and contribute to the digital transformation of organizations. It is a valuable addition to any academic or professional curriculum in today’s digital era.

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