Eligibility Criteria of BCA
An eligibility criterion is the minimum requirement, which is to be met. Every student appearing for any exam or applying for any of the universities has to first complete the eligibility criteria. There are many colleges in India which are offering BCA course. These colleges are affiliated to different universities whereas some are autonomous. Each of the college is having its own eligibility criteria, but some of them are common. Here are some of the common eligibility criteria which are to be met by the student.
- The student should have minimum educational qualification of class XII from some recognised university. The student should be able to complete his 10+2 with minimum 50% marks. Most of the colleges require a student who had mathematics, physics, and chemistry in his class XII. While there are some who require its student to have English as one of the subjects in class XII.
- There are some colleges who have some entrance exam for the students. The student will be eligible to apply for the college only in the condition when the student fulfils the minimum required marks in that entrance exam.
Apart from the above-mentioned eligibility criteria there can be some more criteria which can be set by the universities. There are some students who are providing fake documents for getting admission in the colleges. It is only because of this reason that some universities believe in strict admission procedure so they introduce more criteria, whereas some of the universities have very less eligibility criteria. In does not matter whether the student is able to apply for maximum number of colleges, the thing which matters a lot is the final college in which he gets admission. That college will be one step ahead of others in shaping and nurturing future of the student so that they can go ahead.