BCA


Bachelor of Arts in Computer Application (BCA)

The objective of the Bachelor of Arts in Computer Application (BCA) at the faculty of Humanities and Social Science of Tribhuwan University is to produce high quality computer application users and developers.

Duration of the Program

The program of study for Bachelor of Arts in Computer Application (BCA) is over a period of eight semesters (four academic years). The academic year begins in September and February of each year.

Entry Requirement

The entry requirement for students in Bachelor of Arts of Computer Application (BCA) is Intermediate Level or Higher Secondary Level (10+2) or equivalent in any discipline from a recognized institution with at least second division (45%) marks or D+ in grade system. Besides the basic academic requirement, an entrance examination will be conducted for all applicants by the concerned Dean's office.
 

Admission Procedure

The entrance test application form shall be provided to the students from the front desk of the college. The eligible candidates are informed to appear in nthe entrance test. The candidates shall be admitted in merit basis. The subjects and weightage of each subject for the Entrance test will be as follow:
  1. English : 40%
  2. Mathematics : 50%
  3. General Knowledge : 10%
After passing the entrance test conducted by the Dean Office College conducts interviews for the candidates before their final selection for admission. The candidates, who are given provisional admission pending submission of the qualifying certificates, are required to submit all necessary document within a week of the beginning of regular classes. Otherwise, the admission will be annulled.
 
Academic Schedule
 
The academic session of the University consists of two semesters per year. The Fall semester begins in September and the Spring Semester begins in February. For the Bachelor of Arts in Computer Application (BCA) program, student admission may commence either in the Fall Semester or in the Spring Semester.
 
Student Evaluation
 
The student's academic performance during a semester is evaluated using the system of continuous assessment (Internal Assessment and External Assessment)