MCA Papers : ‘C’ level course of DOEACC Scheme

AICTE to provide professional recognition to ‘C’ level course of DOEACC Scheme. Students can acquire this qualification by undergoing this course and passing the examination conducted by the DOEACC Society. Working professionals can also appear in this examination directly, provided they possess the requisite qualification as indicated below.
Eligibility
i) For students appearing through an institute Level ‘B’ / B.Tech / BE / MCA / M.Sc / Master’s Degree in Mathematics / Statistics / Operation Research / MBA (or equivalent ) with B.Sc / BA (Mathematics / Statistics). GATE (Computer), followed in each case by an accredited ‘C’ level course.
ii) For students-at-large (Direct Applicants) Level ‘B’ / B.Tech / BE / MCA / M.Sc / Master’s Degree in Mathematics / Statistics / Operation Research / MBA (or equivalent) with B.Sc / BA (Mathematics / Statistics). GATE (Computer) followed in each case by one and half year relevant experience. *
* Relevant experience connotes job experience in IT, including teaching in a recognized institution as faculty member excludes coaching.
Syllabus
The papers for “C’ level course are as under:-
Subject Code and Subjects
C1 – Computer Organization

C2 – Data Structure through ‘C’ Language

C3 – Operating Systems

C4 – Algorithm Analysis & Design

C5 – Object Oriented Methodology

C6 – Advanced DBMS

C7 – Advanced Computer Networks

C8 – Advanced Software Engineering

C9 – Advanced Software Project Management

C10 – Computer Graphics & Animation

C11 – Multimedia Technology & Virtual Reality

C12 – Distributed Systems

C13 – Digital System Design

C14 – AI & Neural Networks

select any four from CE 1- CE8

CE1 – Advanced Computer Architecture

CE2 – Wireless & Mobile Networks

CE3 – Data Warehousing & Mining

CE4 – Network Security & Cryptography

CE5 – Image Processing & Computer Vision

CE6 – Software Quality Management

CE7 – Real Time Systems

CE8 – Logic & Functional Programming

Sources : http://www.doeacc.edu.in/

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