About Department

The BCA course  is  a full  time  three  years  (six  semesters)  Bachelor’s  Degree in Computer Application.  The basic  objective of BCA Course  is  to  provide young men and women with  the required knowledge and necessary skills to get rewarding careers into the changing world of Information Technology.

Eligibility Criteria:

All those candidates who have passed the 10+2 or its equivalent examination in any stream conducted by a recognized Board / University / Council are eligible to take admission in BCA. After completion of the BCA course you can opt for masters or you can even try for job opportunities. This course is mainly to build the career in information technology. Most of our students who go for higher studies joined MCA (Masters of Computer Application) and MBA(Master of Business Administration). These two streams are designed to meet the growing demand for qualified professionals in the field of Information Technology and business administration.

Brief:

To establish Department of Computer Science (BCA) in the College, steps had been taken since 2004 and not just once were applications sent to the government. Due to various problems the government could not grant permission to open the Department. In 2008 NEC (North Eastern Council) gave 31 computers and 2 printers to the College and in that same year on Independence Day, 15.8.2008, the Govt. of Mizoram had granted the permission to open BCA courses in our College.

In the year Department of Computer Science was opened, classes could not be started right away since the session clashed with other institution. Therefore, Pu Suakbuanga, Principal had taken immediate steps to start BCA 1st Batch at least from June 2009. Eligible teachers were sought from various places, but since adequate requirement could not be found, the department was opend boldly with just one MCA teacher.

Thus, BCA 1st Batch was started from June 2009 and 33 students were admitted. From the beginning the department had faced different difficulties, yet it is fortunate that in spite of all that it managed to move on. At the present, they have students in I, II and III year (I Sem, III Sem and V Sem), with number of students increasing continually. The department has 7 (seven) teachers.

Since it is at its inception state, Prof. Lalthanpuia, Physics Department efficiently takes charge of Course Co-ordinatorship.

Helen Laltlankimi
Runu Patgiri HnamteDesignationAssistant Professor (Parttime)
QualificationsM.C.A
Specialization
Experiences10 Years
Date of Joining this collegeJune 01, 2009
Lalthamawia Bawlchhim
Vanlalruata HnamteDesignationAssistant Professor (Parttime)
QualificationsB.E
Specializations
Experiences10 Years
Date of Joining this collegeSept 12, 2009
R. Lalmalsawma
Vanlalruata HnamteDesignationAssistant Professor (Parttime)
QualificationsB.Tech (CS)
Specializations
Experiences10 Years
Date of Joining this collegeApril 01, 2010
Lalnunthari
Runu Patgiri HnamteDesignationAssistant Professor (Parttime)
QualificationsM.C.A
Specializations
Experiences9 Years
Date of Joining this collegeJuly 01, 2011
Dr. Samuel Lalmuanawma
Vanlalruata HnamteDesignationAssistant Professor (RUSA)
QualificationsM.C.A | Ph.D
SpecializationsNetworking | Anomaly Detection
Experiences1 Year
Date of Joining this collegeJan 16, 2020

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Course CodeName of SubjectsType
First Semester
BCA101English Language & Communication SkillsTheory
BCA102Mathematics-I (Bridge Course)Theory
BCA103Introduction to Information TechnologyTheory
BCA104Digital Computer FundamentalsTheory
BCA105Programming Language through CTheory
BCA103PPC Applications and Internet TechnologyPractical
BCA105PProgramming in CPractical
Second Semester
BCA201Personality and Soft Skills DevelopmentTheory
BCA202Mathematics –II (Discrete Mathematics)Theory
BCA203Data Structure using CTheory
BCA204System Analysis and DesignTheory
BCA205Accounting and Financial ManagementTheory
BCA203PData Structure using CPractical
BCA205PTally ERP 9.0Practical
Third Semester
BCA301Management Information SystemsTheory
BCA302Mathematics – III (Numerical Analysis)Theory
BCA303Operating SystemsTheory
BCA304Object Oriented Programming in C++Theory
BCA305Computer Organization and ArchitectureTheory
BCA303PUnix and Shell ProgrammingPractical
BCA304PC++ ProgrammingPractical
Fourth Semester
BCA401Environment and EcologyTheory
BCA402Database Management SystemsTheory
BCA403Computer NetworkingTheory
BCA404Software EngineeringTheory
BCA405GUI ProgrammingTheory
BCA402POracle LaboratoryPractical
BCA405PVB Programming with Mini ProjectPractical
Fifth Semester
BCA501Introduction to Java ProgrammingTheory
BCA502Computer Graphics and MultimediaTheory
BCA503MicroprocessorsTheory
BCA504Software Project ManagementTheory
BCA501PJava ProgrammingPractical
BCA503PAssembly Language ProgrammingPractical
Elective – I (Any one from below)
BCA5E1Introduction to e-GovernanceTheory
BCA5E2Computer Network SecurityTheory
BCA5E3Data Mining and WarehousingTheory
Sixth Semester
Elective – II (Any one from below)
BCA6E1Operation ResearchTheory
BCA6E2Theory of ComputingTheory
BCA6E3Fundamentals of TCP/IPTheory
BCA6E4IT Acts and Cyber LawsTheory
Elective – III (Any one from below)
BCA6E5Artificial IntelligenceTheory
BCA6E6Internet and e-CommerceTheory
BCA6E7Simulation and ModelingTheory
BCA6E8Analysis and Design of AlgorithmsTheory

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Course on Computer Concepts (CCC) 
An IT Literacy programme for masses
(under NIELIT)

INTRODUCTION

The National Task Force on Information Technology and Software Development in its recommendations brought out that computer education and literacy should be aimed at a larger segment, for the technological advancement of the country. Keeping this objective in view, DOEACC Society introduced an elementary level computer education programme for the masses. The title of this programmed is “Course on Computer Concepts – CCC”. The course, meant for spreading computer literacy amongst the masses, is designed to aim at imparting a basic level appreciation programme for the common man. DOEACC has been conducting Course on Computer Concepts (CCC) since the year 1999. Since then approx. 3.10 lakhs candidates have appeared for the examination through online as well as offline mode (CD based) and more than 2.21 lakhs have been certified.

WHO CAN CONDUCT THE COURSE

DOEACC Society has granted permission to conduct “CCC” to any of the following:

 the Institutes authorized to conduct any one or more of O/A/B/C Level Accredited Course(s)
 the Government recognized Schools/Colleges with the formal information to DOEACC Society in writing and obtain.
 any private parties who fulfill DOEACC criteria.

BENEFITS OF THE COURSE

After completing the course the incumbent should be able to the use the computer for basic purposes of preparing his personnel/business letters, viewing information on internet (the web), receiving and sending mails, preparing his business presentations, preparing small databases etc. This helps the small business communities, housewives, etc. to maintain their small accounts using the computers and enjoy in the world of Information Technology. This would also aid the PC penetration programme among masses. This course is, therefore, designed to be more practical oriented.

COURSE DURATION

This course is of 80 hours duration, which includes :

 25 hours – theory
 50 hours – practical
 05 hours – tutorial.

COURSE STRUCTURE

 Introduction to Computer
 Introduction to GUI based Operating System
 Elements of Word Processing
 Spreadsheets
 Computer Communication and Internet
 WWW and Web Browsers
 Communication and Collaboration
 Making small Presentations

GOVERNMENT RECOGNITION

Owing to the quality of the course and centralized examination system, the course has marked recognition amongst the various State Governments as also amongst Government departments besides the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India.
• Recognized by Maharashtra State Government under its Computer Literacy Programme. As per Maharashtra State Government Computer Literacy Programme, passing of CCC Course a mandatory requirement for Promotions as well as for appearing in any MPSC.
• Government of Gujarat recognized, CCC course for recruitment and promotion purposes in various state Govt. Departments Vide Notification No. GS/39/2005/CRR/102003/672(I)/PART -II /G-2
• Controller General of Accounts recognized CCC course for Junior Accounts Officer (Civil) Examination vide Notification no. a-34012/2306/2006/Computer Exam/MF CGA (E)/95 dated 04.09.2006
• Government of Uttar Pradesh recognized the CCC Course for recruitment and promotion purposes for the post of Stenographer Grade-II Vide Notification no. 107/22-1-2007-107/97 dated 14.02.2007

Note :
 Positive response has been received from other State Governments e.g. Himachal Pradesh, West Bengal, Chhatisgarh, Kerala, Karnataka, Punjab, Tripura etc. to implement the Programme for their employees.
 Letter requesting to recognize the “CCC” as minimum qualification of Computer education was submitted to the Government of Mizoram.

ELIGIBILITY

Since the course is aimed at Computer Appreciation, no pre-requisite course/ qualification is required. However, it is expected that the person have some elementary knowledge of English. In addition to this, the course is open for the Direct Applicants (without essentially undergoing the Accredited Course or without being sponsored by a Govt. recognized School/College) also with – A minimum educational qualification of passing Matric/High School/SSLC or equivalent. However, the duly filled examination form along with the relevant documents and examination fee should be submitted to the regional centre.
COURSE FEE

Training fee = ₹ 750.00
Registration fee = ₹ 300.00
Examination fee = ₹ 360.00
Total Fee per student = ₹ 1410.00

Training fee includes training in e-learning mode, mentoring support training in e-learning mode by faculty of DOEACC/ authorized by DOEACC, Course material in CD/ DVD and examination fee.

EXAMINATION

The course is taught by the DOEACC permitted centres. After completion of the training, an objective type examination having 100 numbers of questions of 1 mark each for 90 minutes duration is conducted for evaluating the candidate. The examination is conducted either in web based online mode or in Client-server model (CD Based) in LAN environment i.e called Computer Aided Paperless Examination System (CAPES) which is fully Computerized, user friendly having advanced security features making it fair, transparent and standardized. The questions will be served from a Centralized Question bank from the database server at the DOEACC Society HQ in Delhi. The questions are picked randomly from the question bank hence no two candidates get the same set of questions. The examination result is represented as grades and only the candidate who scored 50% and above is awarded the “CCC” Certificate. Examination form is available on the web site of the Society as well as in any DOEACC approved study Centre.

EXAMINATION SCHEDULE

The Examination will be conducted on 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month as well as every 4th Saturday of February, June and October.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

 ActivityFor Candidate appearing through Approved Institutes including government recog. school/collegesFor candidates appearing as direct applicant
Feb ExamJune ExamOct ExamFebruaryJuneOctober
Commencement of Sale of Exam formPreceding 1st oct.Preceding 1st Feb.Preceding 1st JunePreceding 1st oct.Preceding 1st Feb.Preceding 1st June
Last date for receipt of requests for Exam. FormsPreceding 31st Dec.Preceding 30th April.Preceding 31st AugustPreceding 10th DecPreceding 5th April.Preceding 5th August
Last date for submission of filled-in Forms without late feePreceding 31st Dec.Preceding 30th April.Preceding 31st AugustPreceding 10th DecPreceding 10th April.Preceding 10th August
Last date for submission of filled-in Forms with late feePreceding 10th Jan.Preceding 10th May.Preceding 10th Sept.Preceding 20th DecPreceding 20th April.Preceding 20th August
Date of commencement of Exam.4th Saturday of Feb.4th Saturday of June.4th Saturday of Oct.4th Saturday of Feb.4th Saturday of June.4th Saturday of Oct.

In future it is being planed to do online content delivery in Indian languages & online examination for “CCC” Course on demand.

EXAMINATION CENTRES
This Examination for the “CCC” certification is being conducted across more than 190 examination centres located throughout the country.

LIST OF INSTITUTE  IN MIZORAM ACCREDITED TO DOEACC SOCIETY (AS ON DATE)
Sl.NoName of CentreAddressDate of Starting
1Academy of Computer & Electronics CentreDistrict Industries Centre10/10/2000
 Ground Floor Lunglei –  796701
2DOEACC Centre Aizawl Industrial Estate Zuangtui – 7960178/4/2002
3Golden Republic Information Technology CentreDepartment of Industries Government of Mizoram Khatla Aizawl – 79600124-06-2008

BRIEF REPORT OF DISTRICT CENTRES AS A BRANCH OF
DOEACC CENTRE AIZAWL

DOEACC Centre Aizawl started giving training under this scheme in different 5 district centres since 2006 (excluding Aizawl Centre).

Sl. No.Name of District CentreLocated atStarted onNo of students trained
1District Computer Centre, MamitDC Office, Mamit District2008296
2District Computer Centre, LungleiDC Office, Lunglei District2008214
3District Computer Centre, KolasibDC Office, Kolasib District2008148
4District Computer Centre, ChamphaiDC Office, Champhai District2006336
5District Computer Centre, SerchhipDC Office, Serchhip District2007166

Besides these centres, Sainik Welfare and Resettlement, Khatla, Aizawl has been conducting regular classes on “CCC” under the approval of DOEACC Centre Aizawl and one of the reputed “arts and commerce college” in the state, namely, Hrangbana College is also conducting “CCC” course shortly as an extension course for the welfare of their existing staffs and students.

“CCC” e-learning

DOEACC “CCC” e-Learning portal and e-Content in 10 Scheduled Indian languages has been Inaugurated by Thiru A. Raja, Hon’ble Minister of Communications & Information Technology, Govt. of India, on 16th July, 2010 at 11:30 A.M. and is now available in http://www.doeacc.edu.in, http://www.doeaccaizawl.org.in.

“CCC” E-LEARNING CONTENTS IN 10 REGIONAL LANGUAGES

SL.No.LanguageContributed by
1HindiDOEACC Centre Gorakpur
2TamilDOEACC Centre Aurangabad
3UrduDOEACC Centre Srinagar/Jammu
4PunjabiDOEACC Centre Chandigarh
5MizoDOEACC Centre Aizawl
6MarathiDOEACC Centre Aurangabad
7BangaliDOEACC Centre Kolkata
8AssameseDOEACC Centre Tezpur/Guwahati
9ManipuriDOEACC Centre Imphal
10MalayalamDOEACC Centre Calicut
11EnglishDOEACC Centre Chandigarh