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Is mca all about programming?if yes or no,how?

Asked by kanika, 30 Jun '09 11:23 am
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A career in software
Answered by sudhesan, 06 Jul '09 03:17 am

 
  
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Main is PROGARMMING..!
Answered by princesssmart, 30 Jun '09 03:49 pm

 
  
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M.C.A ( Master of Computer Application ) is generally a 3-year post graduate degree/diploma in Computer Applications. In some institutes it is called PGDCA, PGDIT etc.
The classical dilemma faced by those among you who are interested in a career in software would be whether to go for an MCA or an MBA in systems.
This dilemma according to us should simply be converted into a question, which you should ask yourself, do I want a technical career path or a managerial one? The answer to this question would be the answer to your dilemma.
The MBA systems graduate would be actively involved in implementing the top and middle managements IT initiatives, he would translate the management's growth objectives into a plan for system requirements that need to be put in place in order to enable the above objectives .He would then pass on these requirements to the MCA who would implement the plan for system requirements.
Thus one can see that the career path for the MBA systems graduate is man ...more
Answered by Mangesh, 01 Jul '09 08:07 am

 
  
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Its not only programming ....it includes also the other software fields like operating system, microprocessor, besides programming it also includes project management too..
Answered by Milan, 30 Jun '09 11:31 am

 
  
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A few courses may be on programming. C++, Java are programming.

Data Structures, Discrete Mathematics, Analysis and Design of Algorithms,
E Commerce, Architecture of Computers, etc are nonprogramming courses.
Answered by want truth, 30 Jun '09 11:27 am

 
  
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MCA deals with the application of the software in various fields.
Answered by Kishore Sahasranaman, 05 Jul '09 07:11 pm

 
  
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After completing the Degree Exams,ICET entrance test should pass .after qualifying this u can choose the options.MCA(Master of Computer Application)it isa 3 years course.In SDLC it is a2yr couse.where as MBA(master of Business Application)it isa 2 yr course for regulars.It is a IT. courses.who may choose any of these 2.
Answered by sunitha, 04 Jul '09 03:59 pm

 
  
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