Our College is very big, It has a big sports ground where most of the programs are held like Freshers, Farewell. There is also a big library, A roof top canteen. But no washroom facility is provided. There is also a big hall where indoor programs are held.
Our College is a government college and so it has got most of the facilities like Big Library, Spacious Classroom, Canteen with variety of menu, but the main thing it lacks is Washroom facility for both boys and girls.
The College Building is bit old and Classrooms have not been painted for years. Science Lab is there but some of the equipment is broken. The College library has almost books of all Categories. Functions in our College are the most Eye Catching Event in the city.
BCA stands for Bachelors of computer application is a three year undergraduate course which is mostly based on Computer applications, Softwares etc.
There are various ways through which you can reserve a particular seat for pursuing BCA course from the university of your choice. You should fulfill the eligibility criteria for the same because after that you will be eligible for pursuing BCA course.
Eligibility criteria: A candidate must have passed class 12th having Computer science subject with a minimum of 65% marks from a recognised board of india.
Check out this link for better reach: https://www.careers360.com/courses/bca-bachelor-of-computer-applications
Hope this information will help you. Thank you and good luck!
According to Siliguri College, Siliguri; you need to have at least 50% in your 10+2 examination of best 4 subjects where in English is mandatory. And if you belong to SC/ST category then a relaxation of 5% would be given on your 10+2 marks. For more information regarding course, follow; Siliguri College (http://siliguricollege.org.in/)
Yes,there are chances for your admission as the eligibility criteria is as follows,for SC/ST candidates, the minimum marks for eligibility shall be 50% marks in the aggregate or 45% in the aggregate with 60% in the subject for admission in the subject concerned. For Honours courses, 54.5% and above would be treated as 55% marks, 49.5% or above as 50% and 59.5% as 60%.
Hope this will help,please feel free to ask if you have any further queries.