Admission Procedure of BCA

Bachelor of Computer Application is one of the best courses which are related to computer applications. Every year thousands of students are taking admission in BCA colleges. There are many BCA colleges in India and all have some admission procedure. The student is required to clear all the stages of the admission procedure to get admission in the college. Here is some of the information on the admission process of many colleges.

  • The prestigious colleges for BCA have different admission procedure. Before you apply to any college, you are required to take the entrance examination, which is organised by these institutes on national level. All those students who clear the entrance examination are required to apply to various colleges. The students are called by those colleges for the next rounds. The student who successfully completes all the rounds are selected for the admission.
  • Apart from this, there are many colleges and universities who have no entrance exam for their college. Their main concentration is on the marks which are obtained by the student in 10+2. On the basis of that the students are selected by the colleges by various colleges. In this category, there are many colleges who prefer having a personal interview with the prospective candidate. The student is assessed on the basis of 10+2 marks and interview. The student with highest marks in both these things can get admission in their college.
  • It all depends on the student that where they want to take admission. If the student is having a dream of getting admission in a good college, then in that case he is required to work very hard for the entrance exam as well as for the further rounds. All students who get admission in BCA College get a good job providing they have worked harder.


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      dear all i have done my diploma in electronics and communication ,now i am interested in doing my bca can i

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