Diploma in Computer Applications (DCA) is a one year diploma course in the field of computer applications. It can be pursued both, after completing 10 + 2 and post-graduation. It studies various computer applications like MS Office, Internet applications, Operating System, Database Management System, HTML among other subjects.
Eligibility & Admission
Passed 10+2 in any stream with 50% aggregate marks.
|Registration Fee (One Time)||15,000/-INR|
Students will attain an ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline
Students will attain an ability to analyze a problem, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution.
Students will attain an ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society.
Students will attain an ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice.
Demonstrate employability skills and a commitment to professionalism.
Students have access to jobs in the areas like hardware & networking, software, database administration, research & development, system administration, etc. applicants have also the option of becoming a computer operator to data entry operator to the system administrator. They can seek jobs both in public and private sectors, banking, insurance, accounting, stock markets, e-commerce and marketing. Employment areas are bookkeeping, business communications, product design, manufacturing, inventory control, marketing diploma programme in computer science and applications (DCA) job types, assistant professors – computer applications, computer teachers, applications developers, computer operators and senior programmer analysts. Typical job profiles include assistant professors – computer applications, computer teachers, applications developers, computer operators, senior programmer analysts, office assistants – computer operators, computer application specialists & accounts assistants, computer systems analysts, lead consultants – application development.