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Dr. Nagaraju Kilari

Head of the Department, BCA


The department of Bachelor of Computer Application was established at New Horizon College, Marathalli, Bangalore in the year 2013. The BCA degree prepares the students for manpower requirement of the fast developing IT/Software industry. Students who join the department of BCA at the college come from varied backgrounds. To enable them to familiarize with the course, orientation classes are held to make students feel at ease with the content of the degree curriculum as well as to develop rapport with their peers and classmates. The multi-cultural nature of the students helps them develop interpersonal relationships as well as improve their communication skills for a better work environment in the future. Clubs and other forms of group exercises help keep students engaged in co-curricular activities.

The course creates highly skilled, adaptable graduates who are able to design computer-based solutions to address information management and processing complications in industry, commerce, science, entertainment and the public sector.

BCA Course is an undergraduate program where students are exposed to various areas of computer applications including the latest developments in the industry. Designed to bridge the gap between IT industries and institutes by incorporating the latest developments into the curriculum, the department has an outstanding group of committed and result oriented faculty members, sophisticated computer labs and Wi-Fi enabled environment. The library with its prescribed books and Digital Library helps students to update themselves with the recent trends in the industry.

Vision

To be recognized as one of the outstanding institutes in the field of computer science by imparting knowledge through research based education and thereby adding values and relevance to the community.

Mission

To develop the department as a centre of excellence in creation of knowledge using proven state-of-art technologies and nurture software professionals with the right technical skills to compete at national and global levels.

Objectives

  1. Encourage students to become self-driven, problem solving individuals who can find and understand the knowledge needed to be successful in the profession.
  2. To establish Industry &Institute Interaction to make students industry ready.
  3. To impart updated technical education and knowledge.

About the Department

The Computer Science Department was established in 2013 to offer full time BCA course affiliated to Bangalore North University and is one of the premier Departments of its kind in the New Horizon College, Marathalli Bangalore. It has adequate full time well qualified and dedicated faculty and approximately 200 students. It takes important steps to develop the cadre of computer aspirants to understand the current technological hitches and to provide long-term solutions based on improved and smarter technologies.

This Department facilitates multifaceted growth for professional education. It encourages a wide range of cultural activities, sports, and outdoor activities with the pleasures of both city and state close at hand. Also, the students are provided with an educational foundation that prepares them with leadership qualities along diverse career paths. This department is a nurturing ground for creative excellence. The department provides students with value added programs such as CISCO (Computer Networking Course) and ABD (Attitude and Behavioral Development) along with the regular Bangalore North University curriculum to enhance the holistic development of students. The Department also organizes guest lectures, seminars, and workshops on regular basis in order to bridge the gap between the academic and industry requirements. We also offer excellent placement opportunities in top MNCs to the students when they are in the final year.

Goal

To accomplish academic and industrial integrity by enlightening the students with strong foundation and knowledge of latest technologies thereby achieving academic excellence.

Quality Policy

To ensure learner-centric quality higher education by imparting knowledge and life skills of a high order with thorough dedication, involvement, and contribution of all the stake holders with a steady focus on continuous improvement.

Student’s achievements

STUDENS MERIT LIST FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-2018 [B.U. Exam on 2016-17]

I AND II SEMESTER BCA
SL. NO NAME USN NO AVERAGE %
1 Abhishek 16VFSB7002 79.31
2 Ashok  P 16VFSB7008 77.12
3 Gunashree H K 16VFSB7020 77.43
4 Neeladri  S R 16VFSB7035 79.75
5 Prathiksha 16VFSB7039 75.75
6 Sachin 16VFSB7053 81.06
7 Sakshi Rai 16VFSB7055 76.75
III AND IV SEMESTER BCA
SL. NO NAME USN NO AVERAGE %
8 Deepika  K 15VFSB7010 80.62
9 Gagan  S 15VFSB7014 81.43
10 Mohammed Azeez Khan 15VFSB7026 79.18
11 Nandini M 15VFSB7030 76.37
12 Nischitha  K P 15VFSB7036 76.25
13 Padma Priya S 15VFSB7038 77.87
14 R Nithin 15VFSB7043 82.62
15 R Nithish 15VFSB7044 81.56
16 Varsha  A 15VFSB7062 84.68
V AND VI SEMESTER BCA
SL. NO NAME USN NO AVERAGE %
17 Afreen  S 14VFSB7002 80.85
18 Ashish  S Jain 14VFSB7008 75.9
19 Bharath A 14VFSB7013 83.3
20 Dharani  G 14VFSB7018 80.95
21 Janavi N 14VFSB7024 81.65
22 Moumi Sen 14VFSB7030 84.55
23 Naseela  T 14VFSB7033 80.1
24 Pavana L 14VFSB7037 78.15
25 Rachana Subbaiah M 14VFSB7041 75.1
26 Rahul  R 14VFSB7042 80.15
27 Sandhya  N 14VFSB7048 80.75

 


STUDENS MERIT LIST FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017 [B.U Exam on 15-16]

I AND II SEMESTER BCA
NAME USN NO AVERAGE %
1 Albin K C 15VFSB7003 77.75
2 Gagan S 15VFSB7014 81
3 Nayana Kamath 15VFSB7033 81.75
4 Nihal Shariff J 15VFSB7034 78.06
5 Padma Priya S 15VFSB7038 75.31
6 R Nithin 15VFSB7043 76.93
7 R.Nithish 15VFSB7044 79
8 Varsha A 15VFSB7062 79.75
9 Vidya D Mudagal 15VFSB7063 83
III AND IV SEMESTER BCA
SL. NO NAME USN NO AVERAGE %
10 Afreen S 14VFSB7002 80.43
11 Bharath. A 14VFSB7013 77.31
12 Dharani G 14VFSB7018 78.75
13 Janavi.N 14VFSB7024 82.5
14 Moumi Sen 14VFSB7030 82.5
15 Naseela. T 14VFSB7033 79.81
16 Pavana. L 14VFSB7037 77.37
17 Rachana Subbaiah.M 14VFSB7041 76.75
18 Rahul. R 14VFSB7042 79.62
V AND VI SEMESTER BCA
SL. NO NAME USN NO AVERAGE %
19 Athaullakhan 13VFSB6010 77.08
20 Kristopher  Lawrence 13VFSB6024 77.91
21 Maydhavi  Agnihotri 13VFSB6028 76.66
22 Riji Anandan 13VFSB6045 79.83
23 Sharan Iyengar 13VFSB6052 76.75

 


STUDENS MERIT LIST FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2015 – 2016 [B.U.Exam on 2014-15]

I AND II SEM SEMESTER BCA
SL. NO NAME USN NO AVERAGE %
1 AFREEN  S 14VFSB7002 79.37
2 BHARATH  A 14VFSB7013 78.56
3 JANAVI  A 14VFSB7024 75.43
4 MOUMI SEN 14VFSB7030 82.68
5 NASEELA  T 14VFSB7033 79.75
6 NIRANJAN B 14VFSB7035 75.68
7 RACHANA SUBBAIAH  M 14VFSB7041 77.18
8 RAHUL  R 14VFSB7042 79.75
9 SANDHYA  N 14VFSB7048 81.37
III AND IV SEM SEMESTER BCA
SL. NO NAME USN NO AVERAGE %
10 SAHANA N WODEYAR 13VFSB6048 76.60

 


STUDENS MERIT LIST FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017 (ABOVE 85 %)

SL. NO NAME USN NO AVERAGE %
1 Hema Upadhyay 16VFSB7023 85.5
2 Neha Yalamanchi 16VFSB7036 87.37
3 Nayana Kamath 15VFSB7033 87.25
4 Nihal Shariff 15VFSB7034 88.25
5 Sriraksha  S  R 15VFSB7056 87.75
6 Vidya D Mudagal 15VFSB7063 85.12

 


TOPPER OF THE COLLEGE FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2013-2014

RESHMA RAJEEV 13VFSB6044 84.77

 


TOPPER OF THE COLLEGE FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016

NAME USN NO AVERAGE %
ANUSKA K  P 14VFSB7006 86.25

 


TOPPER OF THE COLLEGE FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017

NAME USN NO AVERAGE %
Anushka K P 14VFSB7006 92.5

STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS

I SEMESTER
Sl. No Subject Name
1 Language
2 English
3 Problem Solving Techniques using C
4 Digital Electronics
5 Discrete Mathematics
6 C Programming Lab
7 Digital Electronics Lab
8 Foundation Course (Environment & Public Health)
II SEMESTER
Sl. No Subject Name
1 Language
2 English
3 Data structures
4 Database Management System
5 Numerical and Statistical Methods
6 Data Structures Lab
7 DBMS Lab
8 Indian Constitution
III SEMESTER
Sl. No Subject Name
1 Language
2 English
3 Object Oriented Programming using C++
4 Financial Accounting and Management
5 Operating System
6 C++ Lab
7 Accounting Package Lab
8 Foundation Course (Culture, Diversity & Society)
IV SEMESTER
Sl. No Subject Name
1 Language
2 English
3 Visual Programming
4 Unix Shell Programming
5 Operation Research
6 Visual Programming Lab
7 UNIX Lab
8 Personality Development
V SEMESTER
Sl. No Subject Name
1 Data Communication and Networks
2 Software Engineering
3 Computer Architecture
4 Java Programming
5 Microprocessor and Assembly Language
6 Java Programming Lab
7 Assembly Language Programming Lab
8 Project Lab
VI SEMESTER
Sl. No Subject Name
1 Theory of Computation
2 System Programming
3 Cryptography and Network Security
4 Web Programming
5 Web Programming Lab
6 Project Work
7 Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Benchmark for Course Attainment

Exam Marks Percentage Attainment Level
Internal Examination Less than or equal to 15 Above 90 3
65-89 2
Less than 65 1
University Examination Less than or equal to 25 Above 90 3
65-89 2
Less than 65 1
SNO OBJECTIVE
CO1 Understand the fundamental paradigm of C programming structure like data types, variables and various types of functions.
CO2 Analyze programming approaches to choose which types of control statements are used to build efficient programs
CO3 Applying structures and Unions methods to enhance the programming approach for the optimized execution
CO4 Applying different file operations and file handling methods to the best results.
CO5 Use different types of storage classes and memory allocation methods to enrich the programming approaches.
SNO OBJECTIVE
PO1 Proficiency in the basic mathematics employed in computer science.
PO2 Utilize important data structures and associated algorithms in the development of computer programs.
PO3 Develop computer programs using functional programming and object-oriented programming paradigms.
PO4 Analyze, design, implement and evaluate computerized solutions to real life problems, using appropriate computing methods.
PO5 Demonstrate the ability to adapt to technological changes and innovations in the discipline.
PO6 Acquire the knowledge, skills, experience and values to become lifelong learners able to obtain employment in a computer-related field.
PO7 Awareness on ethics, values, sustainability and creativity aspects.
PO8 The ability and the mind-set to continuously update and innovate.

CONSOLIDATED PROGRAM OUTCOME OF THE BATCH 2015-2018

PO PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8
2015-2018 2.04 2.27 2.3 2.28 2.11 2.09 2.26 2.21
SNO OBJECTIVE
PSO1 Students can assess the hardware and software aspects of computer systems.
PSO2 Possess professional skills and knowledge of software development process, with familiarity and practical competence on a broad range of programming language and source platforms

PSO1 & PSO2 CALCULATION FOR ALL THE MAPPED COURSES FOR 2015-18 BATCH


PSO1 & PSO2 CALCULATION FOR ALL THE MAPPED COURSES FOR 2015-18 BATCH

PSO PO1 PO2
2015-2018 2.41 2.05