MCA Course Details

Master of Computer Application

Master of Computer Application Course Details:

The Master of Computer Application, abbreviated as MCA, is a postgraduate course that instructs students in various computer application programming languages, advanced networking, web development, big data analytics, cloud computing and artificial intelligence. The MCA programme is a two-year programme. In order to fulfil the rising demand for qualified workers with experience in computer applications, the postgraduate programme was created. The MCA curriculum is more oriented toward application development. It places a strong emphasis on the most current programming languages and tools to develop applications that are both better and faster.

This course strongly emphasizes creating commercial applications and system software through planning, designing, and construction. The study also emphasizes the value of practical knowledge in numerous fields. Two years of full-time study in an MCA programme prepares students for a postgraduate degree and a successful career in the IT sector.

Students who complete the MCA will better understand how to create better software and apps for computers. The MCA has a wide range of job alternatives, and students may find excellent employment chances in prestigious IT companies, multinational corporations, and consulting organizations. Candidates with solid computer abilities are highly sought after in the IT industry. Additionally, there are numerous prospects for MCA graduates in the public sector. Candidates can ace interviews and land the desired positions according to their skills and qualifications. Students may find employment in a variety of industries, including banking, networking, IT firms, desktop publishing, and more. Candidates have the ability to manage software and applications and work on real projects as entry-level programmers. Candidates with an MCA degree can also choose to work in academic institutions.

Admission Process:

According to the admissions committee, students are enrolled on Indus University based on merit. Aspirants must fill out and submit the form online to register themselves.

After speaking with and receiving approval from the admissions committee, students can walk in and enroll in the course.

For questions regarding admission, contact or call on +91 7622007507.

Course Duration: 2 years (4 semesters)

Eligibility criteria:

A candidate shall have passed the qualifying examination BCA/Bachelor Degree in Computer Science Engineering or Equivalent Degree OR Passed B.Sc/B.Com/B.A with Mathematics or Business Mathematics or Statistics at (10+2) level or at Graduation level (With Additional bridge courses as per norms of Concerned University) from recognized institutes/ universities duly stated in admission rules.

  1. For Open category candidates: 50%
  2. For Reserved category candidates: 45%

Intake : 60 seats

FRC Approval : Fees Rs. 95,000/- Yearly  

Scope of MCA in India:

An MCA degree will better prepare students to create better computer programmes and applications. Graduates of the MCA programme may find lucrative employment possibilities in significant IT organizations, multinational corporations, and consulting firms. Candidates with extraordinary computer abilities are in high demand in the IT industry. Additionally, there are numerous prospects for MCA graduates in the public sector. Candidates can ace interviews and land the desired jobs based on their skills and qualifications. Candidates may be hired by a variety of enterprises, including those in banking, networking, IT, desktop publishing, and other industries.

According to statistics, the Indian IT sector currently employs about 45 lakh people. This number is likely to rise given the sector's projected growth, which is expanding steadily. Whether it includes offshore apps or services, MCA will always be applicable in the future. Thousands of MCA graduates are hired annually by traditional IT corporate giants like Wipro, Infosys, Cap Gemini, TCS, and many others, but other sectors like telecom, healthcare, banking, manufacturing, etc. strongly rely on their technology divisions.

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MCA Programme outcomes at Indus University:

Computer expertise: Apply your understanding of mathematics, science, general computer knowledge, and your area of expertise to solve challenging challenges.

Problem analysis: The first principles of mathematics, the natural sciences, and computer science are used to identify, formulate, study research material, and analyze complicated computer science problems in order to obtain validated conclusions.

Solution development and design: Create answers to challenging computer science issues and system elements or procedures that satisfy the requirements while considering the cultural and social context.

Conduct complex problem research: To come to reliable conclusions, use research-based knowledge and research techniques, such as experiment design, information synthesis and data analysis and interpretation.

Modern tool usage: With an awareness of the constraints, develop, pick, and apply appropriate methods, resources, and modern IT tools, such as prediction and modelling, to challenging tasks.

The youngsters of the digital age and society: Use reasoning that is informed by contextual information to evaluate societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the resulting obligations that are pertinent to the professional skill-set.

Individual and team work: Work well as an individual and a team member or leader in various groups and multidisciplinary environments.

Finance and project management: Exhibit knowledge of and proficiency with computer and management principles and apply them to one's own job, as a team member and team leader, to manage projects, and in interdisciplinary settings.

Lifelong learning: Recognize the importance of, and be prepared for, independent lifelong learning in the broadest sense possible in the context of technological progress.

Career Opportunities:

After completing an MCA programme, graduates will have access to the best possibilities because there is a significant need for qualified candidates in the developing IT industry. Both the public and private sectors employ eligible MCA programme graduates. Candidates with solid computer application abilities are highly sought-after in the IT industry as a result of the development of IT and communication technologies. Graduates of MCA programmes can also work in education.

Graduates of the MCA programme can find employment in the following businesses and fields:

  • Applications Programmer: Depending on user requirements, creates code and designs software applications. Alters current software to fix bugs or enhance performance. Oversees and offers assistance with programming, software testing, and validation procedures.
  • Website Designer: The design and layout of a website or web page are the work of a web designer. It also refers to creating a new website or making updates to an existing one.
  • Data Administrator: The database administrator is accountable for carrying out tasks like data transfer, data replication, database maintenance and availability assurance, permissions for database users, management of privileges and database performance monitoring.
  • Software Quality Assurance Analyst: You will be accountable for assuring the caliber of software products in your role as a quality assurance analyst. To do this, you will need to use your technical expertise to comprehend the needs of the software before designing and carrying out test cases.
  • Network Engineer: Cloud computing provides both businesses and people with adaptable and cost-effective storage choices. The need for cloud architects is growing as more and more people switch to cloud storage. The primary responsibilities would be designing, creating, and maintaining the servers that store this data remotely.
  • Cloud Architect: Cloud computing provides both businesses and people with adaptable and cost-effective storage choices. The need for cloud architects is growing as more and more people switch to cloud storage. Your primary responsibilities would be designing, creating, and maintaining the servers that store this data remotely.
  • Business Analyst: By examining the existing systems and processes, business analysts can evaluate how well business models integrate with technology. The capability to think critically, solve problems, and understand analytical methods are essential for these positions.


The Training & Placement Department (T & P Dept.) at Indus University has a separate team that bridges two essential ends: academia and industry. It demonstrates a link between educational institutions, university departments, and businesses.

The focal point for career counselling for university students pursuing studies in all programmes and streams is the Training & Placement Department (T & P Dept.). It provides students with thorough career options by assisting them in choosing and pursuing their ideal vocations.

Department Activities

Knowledge Sharing Session on ‘The Tactics for Data Centre Design’

Dr. Hardiksinh Rayjada from the Department of Computer Science (IIICT) had conducted a Knowledge Sharing Session on Topic “The Tactics for Data Centre Design”. This session aimed to clarify complex concepts and empower participants with practical strategies for optimizing data center architecture.

Workshop on Examination Reforms

Indus Institute of Information and Communication Technology collaborated with IQAC to organize a Workshop on Examination Reforms, graced by Honorable Executive President- Dr. Sandeep Chakrovorty, Deputy Registrar- Dr. Suketu Jani, HoD CS - Ms. Bhavna Hotchandani, and Director IICT-Dr. Rajeev Mathur. Hon’ble Executive President, Dr. Sandeep Chakrovorty addressed the participants by underlining the significance of such initiatives in enhancing the quality of education.. Dr. Rajeev Mathur commenced the workshop by delving into the historical context of education in ancient India, contrasting it with the contemporary examination-driven system inherited from the British colonial era. Dr. Rajeev Mathur advocated for the implementation of Bloom's taxonomy, which categorizes learning into cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains, as a framework for designing examination papers. Participants actively engaged in discussions and practical exercises, gaining insights into crafting question papers that assess various aspects of student learning and development.

Parent-Teacher Meet

The Computer Science Department conducted Parent-Teacher Meetings, facilitating interaction to enhance communication between parents and educators on April 13, 2024.