Year of Establishment: 2017
Head of the Department: –
Faculties of the department (Regular):
|Sl. No.||Name||Designation||Year of Joining||Qualification|
|1||Miss Bijaya Devi||Assistant Professor||2022||MCA|
|2||Dr. K. Sharma||Assistant Professor||2020||MCA, Ph.D.|
List of laboratory staff: NA
Brief introduction to the Department:
The Department of Computer Science/BCA was established in 2017 with an aim for promoting knowledge in the field of Computer Science and Applications as it becomes vital to have computer knowledge in every field. The department was started with a three-year undergraduate course, Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA). BCA course has turned out to be very beneficial to the students in their academic and career field. The first batch of the BCA programme has completed in 2020-21. Currently there are second, third and fourth batches starting from 2018, 2019 and 2020 respectively.
Courses offered: Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA)
Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA)
The Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) is a 3-year (6 semesters) undergraduate degree programme affiliated to Gauhati University. It is valuable for the students wishing to learn about the world of computer languages and information technology. It caters to students with specific interests with the core computer science courses and wide range of skill enhancement and elective courses. The course aims to develop students with intellectual and logical skills and at the same time implementation of mathematical and physics problems using popular programming languages.
The department mainly focuses on skilling the students in numerous courses like Data Structure & Algorithms, Programming Languages, Computer Architecture, Operating System, Database Management System, Computer Networks, Numerical Analysis, Data Mining etc. To facilitate continuous learning the department has taken various approaches to bring theoretical and practical knowledge to the students.
BCA Syllabus: BCA Course Structure and Syllabus
Programme and Course Outcomes