Launch Your Career in Software with Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) at VCM

The Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) program at Vision College of Management is designed to equip students with the essential skills and knowledge for a successful career in the software industry or academia. Our program focuses on providing a comprehensive education in both theoretical and practical aspects of computer science, with a special emphasis on software development, mathematics, communication and networking, and commercial applications.

With a semester-based structure, the BCA program at VCM provides a well-rounded curriculum that progresses from introductory courses in the first year to more advanced topics in the second and third years. This program is designed to help students develop the practical skills needed to succeed in their future careers, with a strong emphasis on hands-on experience and project-based learning.

Technology is not just about the future, it’s about making the future

At VCM, we recognize the importance of a strong undergraduate education, and our dedicated faculty works tirelessly to ensure that our students receive the best possible training in the latest technologies and techniques. With guidance and support at every step, our students are well-prepared for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

BCA Learning Outcomes at VCM:

At VCM, the Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) program is designed to equip students with comprehensive knowledge and practical skills in the field of computer science. Our learning outcomes aim to:

  • Impart a deep understanding of computer subjects to equip students with the necessary knowledge to excel in their careers.
  • Enhance the students’ skills in computer applications to improve their employability and overall professional growth.
  • Provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge to pursue higher education in computer science, such as M.Sc. (CS), MCA, and M.Sc. (IT).
  • Prepare students to take on roles such as teachers, programmers, and analysts, and equip them with the tools and knowledge to succeed in these careers.


Senior Secondary (10+2) pass or equivalent with PCM discipline from any recognized Board BCA

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