The University of Mysore offers a Bachelor of Computer Application programme in online mode to all aspiring candidates. The online BCA degree programme at Mysore University is designed to provide students with fundamental computer application skills while preparing IT professionals. Individuals who have passed class 12 from any recognised board or have completed class 10 with a three-year diploma degree can apply for the BCA online course offered by Mysore University. After completing the online BCA course, graduates can make a career in the IT field. They can work as Software Developer, Web Developer, Junior Analyst, Technical Support, IT Analyst, and Software Publisher.
The online BCA syllabus at Mysore University is structured over six semesters containing topics that will develop computer proficiency and knowledge in Mathematics, Finance & Accounting, Communicative English and Environmental Studies. The BCA online course syllabus covers the following topics for all the six semesters:
Data Structures & Applications
Accounting and Financial Management
Data Structures Lab
Data Communication & Computer Networks
Computer Oriented Numerical Analysis & Statistical Methods
Data Warehousing & Data Mining
Candidates willing to pursue the online BCA course from the University of Mysore must meet the following online BCA eligibility criteria before applying:
Must have passed 10+2 in any stream from a recognised board.
Must have passed class 10 and have successfully completed a three-year diploma course from a government recognised body.
Eligible candidates may apply for admission to the online BCA course at the University of Mysore online. They will have to visit the official website of the University and complete the registration process by entering their name, email ID, and phone number. After that, the university will send a verification email to the candidates' email ID along with a link which is expected to be clicked by the candidates for verification. Post verification, candidates can fill up the online BCA application form and pay the online BCA fee using debit/ credit card, net banking, or via a DD in favour of the University.
Filling the form
To fill up the online BCA application form, candidates can follow the below-given steps:
Visit the official website - https://www.uni-mysore.in/
Select the online BCA course
Meet the eligibility criteria
Create an account
Verify your email and mobile number
Complete the online application process
Make the fee payment online using debit/ credit card, net banking, or via a DD in favour of the University
Submit the form
After submission, candidates are required to download the PDF, and then send it along with signed copies of the required documents to the Registration Department address is given.
Students will have to appear for the continuous assessments for the BCA online course which will be conducted in online mode. It is important for the students to qualify for the continuous assessments (C1 & C2) with at least 40%. Once the students have passed the two assessments, they can take the end term assessment (C3) for BCA which will be held in online mode. The end term assessment is conducted online through a proctored examination system allowing the students to appear for the exam while being proctored or monitored by a proctor using the students' web camera itself. This gives the students the convenience of taking the exams from the comforts of their homes whenever they want.
The total online BCA course fee for three years is Rs 52,875.
The online BCA course duration is three years. However, a candidate can take a minimum of three years and a maximum of six years to complete the BCA online course.
Yes, a 10th pass candidate can apply for the BCA course provided they have successfully completed a three years diploma degree after passing class 10.
You must visit the official website https://www.uni-mysore.in/online-bca-degree-program to fill the BCA application form in online mode.
Upon successful completion of the online BCA course, you will be awarded the degree titled - Bachelor of Computer Application - from the University of Mysore.