Overview of the MAMCJ experience at KCC | Kantipur City College

MAMCJ (Masters of Arts in Mass Communication & Journalism)

What’s the first thing you do when you wake up? Check your phone, scroll through your newsfeed, and probably hit like on that cute puppy video! 

Have you ever wondered how the content on your newsfeed is generated? It doesn’t simply include homemade videos of kids doing crazy things, or people posting cover songs. 

Valuable content, specifically reports of issues like politics, domestic violence, and sexual harassment often surface on social media outlets. The key idea is: Journalism matters.

More on MAMCJ program below.

About the Program

About the Program

The Masters of Arts in Mass Communication & Journalism (MAMCJ) is a two-year (4 semesters) program worth 78 credit hours. Affiliated to Purbanchal University, KCC is one of the well-regarded institutions that offer this course. This MAMCJ program is aimed at students who want to earn a graduate degree with professional expertise and academic command in Mass Communication and Journalism. 

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The core focus of this course lies in journalism, media and communication studies, with combinations of IT, economics, management, history, development, and law, among others. This MCJ course is useful for both fresh graduates and working journalists.

Do I qualify for this MAMCJ program?

Do I qualify for this MAMCJ program?

Furthermore, we also provide partial scholarships to working journalists, as well as four candidates representing remote areas, the indigenous community, the underprivileged and the women. Besides this, semester toppers also get waivers on their semester fees. 

Program Structure

Program Structure

Semester I (21 Credit Hours)

Semester I
 (21 Credit Hours)

SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) TUTORIAL (hrs) PRACTICAL
MCJ 501 MC Mass Communication: Theories and Practices 3 3 0 0
MCJ 502 JOU Modern Journalism: Principles and Trends 3 3 0 0
MCJ 503 JOU Advanced Reporting and Editing 3 3 0 0
MCJ 504 JOU Broadcast Media: History and Modern Trends 3 3 0 0
MCJ 505 MC Media Laws 3 3 0 0
MCJ 506 NUM Fundamentals of Information System 3 1 0 2
MCJ 507 PROJ Project Work I 3 0 0 3
21 16 0 5
SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) TUTORIAL (hrs) PRACTICAL
MCJ 501 MC Mass Communication: Theories and Practices 3 3 0 0
MCJ 502 JOU Modern Journalism: Principles and Trends 3 3 0 0
MCJ 503 JOU Advanced Reporting and Editing 3 3 0 0
MCJ 504 JOU Broadcast Media: History and Modern Trends 3 3 0 0
MCJ 505 MC Media Laws 3 3 0 0
MCJ 506 NUM Fundamentals of Information System 3 1 0 2
MCJ 507 PROJ Project Work I 3 0 0 3
21 16 0 5
SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) TUTORIAL (hrs) PRACTICAL MCJ 501 MC Mass Communication: Theories and Practices 3 3 0 0 MCJ 502 JOU Modern Journalism: Principles and Trends 3 3 0 0 MCJ 503 JOU Advanced Reporting and Editing 3 3 0 0 MCJ 504 JOU Broadcast Media: History and Modern Trends 3 3 0 0 MCJ 505 MC Media Laws 3 3 0 0 MCJ 506 NUM Fundamentals of Information System 3 1 0 2 MCJ 507 PROJ Project Work I 3 0 0 3 21 16 0 5 SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) TUTORIAL (hrs) PRACTICAL SUB CODE NO.

SUB CODE NO.

COURSE TITLE

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT

CREDIT

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LECTURE (hrs)

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MCJ 501 MC Mass Communication: Theories and Practices 3 3 0 0 MCJ 501 MC Mass Communication: Theories and Practices 3 3 0 0 MCJ 502 JOU Modern Journalism: Principles and Trends 3 3 0 0 MCJ 502 JOU Modern Journalism: Principles and Trends 3 3 0 0 MCJ 503 JOU Advanced Reporting and Editing 3 3 0 0 MCJ 503 JOU Advanced Reporting and Editing 3 3 0 0 MCJ 504 JOU Broadcast Media: History and Modern Trends 3 3 0 0 MCJ 504 JOU Broadcast Media: History and Modern Trends 3 3 0 0 MCJ 505 MC Media Laws 3 3 0 0 MCJ 505 MC Media Laws 3 3 0 0 MCJ 506 NUM Fundamentals of Information System 3 1 0 2 MCJ 506 NUM Fundamentals of Information System 3 1 0 2 MCJ 507 PROJ Project Work I 3 0 0 3 MCJ 507 PROJ Project Work I 3 0 0 3 21 16 0 5 21 16 0 5

Semester II (21 Credit Hours)

Semester II
 (21 Credit Hours)

SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) PRACTICAL (hrs)
MCJ 521 MC Mass Media Industry and Society 3 3 0
MCJ 522 MC News Product Marketing 3 3 0
MCJ 523 MC Research in Mass Communication 3 3 0
MCJ 524 JOU Photojournalism: Principles and Practices 3 1 2
MCJ 525 MC Evolution of Nepali Media and Trends 3 3 0
MCJ 526 NUM Advanced Concepts in Electronic Publications 3 1 2
MCJ 527 PROJ Project II (Profile Writing) 3 0 3
21 14 7
SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) PRACTICAL (hrs)
MCJ 521 MC Mass Media Industry and Society 3 3 0
MCJ 522 MC News Product Marketing 3 3 0
MCJ 523 MC Research in Mass Communication 3 3 0
MCJ 524 JOU Photojournalism: Principles and Practices 3 1 2
MCJ 525 MC Evolution of Nepali Media and Trends 3 3 0
MCJ 526 NUM Advanced Concepts in Electronic Publications 3 1 2
MCJ 527 PROJ Project II (Profile Writing) 3 0 3
21 14 7
SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) PRACTICAL (hrs) MCJ 521 MC Mass Media Industry and Society 3 3 0 MCJ 522 MC News Product Marketing 3 3 0 MCJ 523 MC Research in Mass Communication 3 3 0 MCJ 524 JOU Photojournalism: Principles and Practices 3 1 2 MCJ 525 MC Evolution of Nepali Media and Trends 3 3 0 MCJ 526 NUM Advanced Concepts in Electronic Publications 3 1 2 MCJ 527 PROJ Project II (Profile Writing) 3 0 3 21 14 7 SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) PRACTICAL (hrs) SUB CODE NO.

SUB CODE NO.

COURSE TITLE

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT

CREDIT

LECTURE (hrs)

LECTURE (hrs)

PRACTICAL (hrs)

PRACTICAL (hrs)

MCJ 521 MC Mass Media Industry and Society 3 3 0 MCJ 521 MC Mass Media Industry and Society 3 3 0 MCJ 522 MC News Product Marketing 3 3 0 MCJ 522 MC News Product Marketing 3 3 0 MCJ 523 MC Research in Mass Communication 3 3 0 MCJ 523 MC Research in Mass Communication 3 3 0 MCJ 524 JOU Photojournalism: Principles and Practices 3 1 2 MCJ 524 JOU Photojournalism: Principles and Practices 3 1 2 MCJ 525 MC Evolution of Nepali Media and Trends 3 3 0 MCJ 525 MC Evolution of Nepali Media and Trends 3 3 0 MCJ 526 NUM Advanced Concepts in Electronic Publications 3 1 2 MCJ 526 NUM Advanced Concepts in Electronic Publications 3 1 2 MCJ 527 PROJ Project II (Profile Writing) 3 0 3 MCJ 527 PROJ Project II (Profile Writing) 3 0 3 21 14 7 21 14 7

Semester III (21 Credit Hours)

Semester III
 (21 Credit Hours)

SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) TUTORIAL (hrs) PRACTICAL
MCJ 601 MC Mass Communication and Advertisement 3 3 1 0
MCJ 602 JOU Mass Media and Public Relations 3 3 1 0
MCJ 603 NUM Multimedia Applications 3 1 0 2
MCJ 604 JOU Internship 3 0 0 3
MCJ 605 MC SAARC Media Practices and Institutions 3 3
MCJ 606 JOUorMCJ 607 JOU Print JournalismorBroadcast Journalism 3 3 1 3
MCJ 608 JOU Project Work III (Case Study) 3 3
21 13 3 11
SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) TUTORIAL (hrs) PRACTICAL
MCJ 601 MC Mass Communication and Advertisement 3 3 1 0
MCJ 602 JOU Mass Media and Public Relations 3 3 1 0
MCJ 603 NUM Multimedia Applications 3 1 0 2
MCJ 604 JOU Internship 3 0 0 3
MCJ 605 MC SAARC Media Practices and Institutions 3 3
MCJ 606 JOUorMCJ 607 JOU Print JournalismorBroadcast Journalism 3 3 1 3
MCJ 608 JOU Project Work III (Case Study) 3 3
21 13 3 11
SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) TUTORIAL (hrs) PRACTICAL MCJ 601 MC Mass Communication and Advertisement 3 3 1 0 MCJ 602 JOU Mass Media and Public Relations 3 3 1 0 MCJ 603 NUM Multimedia Applications 3 1 0 2 MCJ 604 JOU Internship 3 0 0 3 MCJ 605 MC SAARC Media Practices and Institutions 3 3 MCJ 606 JOUorMCJ 607 JOU Print JournalismorBroadcast Journalism 3 3 1 3 MCJ 608 JOU Project Work III (Case Study) 3 3 21 13 3 11 SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) TUTORIAL (hrs) PRACTICAL SUB CODE NO.

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LECTURE (hrs)

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PRACTICAL

MCJ 601 MC Mass Communication and Advertisement 3 3 1 0 MCJ 601 MC Mass Communication and Advertisement 3 3 1 0 MCJ 602 JOU Mass Media and Public Relations 3 3 1 0 MCJ 602 JOU Mass Media and Public Relations 3 3 1 0 MCJ 603 NUM Multimedia Applications 3 1 0 2 MCJ 603 NUM Multimedia Applications 3 1 0 2 MCJ 604 JOU Internship 3 0 0 3 MCJ 604 JOU Internship 3 0 0 3 MCJ 605 MC SAARC Media Practices and Institutions 3 3 MCJ 605 MC SAARC Media Practices and Institutions 3 3 MCJ 606 JOUorMCJ 607 JOU Print JournalismorBroadcast Journalism 3 3 1 3 MCJ 606 JOUorMCJ 607 JOU Print JournalismorBroadcast Journalism 3 3 1 3 MCJ 608 JOU Project Work III (Case Study) 3 3 MCJ 608 JOU Project Work III (Case Study) 3 3 21 13 3 11 21 13 3 11

Semester IV (15 Credit Hours)

Semester IV
 (15 Credit Hours)

SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) TUTORIAL (hrs) PRACTICAL (hrs)
MCJ 611 MC Media Management 3 3 1 0
MCJ 612 MC Thesis 6 0 0 6
Any two courses from the list (ELECTIVE):
MCJ 613MC Media and Gender 3 3 1 0
MCJ 614 JOU Development Journalism 3 3 1 0
MCJ 615 JOU Science and Environmental Journalism 3 3 0 0
MCJ 616 JOU Court Reporting 3 3 1 0
MCJ 617 JOU Public Journalism: Theories and Practices 3 3 1 0
MCJ 618 MC International Communication and Comparative Journalism 3 3 1 0
MCJ 619 MC Alternative Media Practices 3 3 1 0
MCJ 620 NUM Cyber Publishing 3 3 1 2
SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) TUTORIAL (hrs) PRACTICAL (hrs)
MCJ 611 MC Media Management 3 3 1 0
MCJ 612 MC Thesis 6 0 0 6
Any two courses from the list (ELECTIVE):
MCJ 613MC Media and Gender 3 3 1 0
MCJ 614 JOU Development Journalism 3 3 1 0
MCJ 615 JOU Science and Environmental Journalism 3 3 0 0
MCJ 616 JOU Court Reporting 3 3 1 0
MCJ 617 JOU Public Journalism: Theories and Practices 3 3 1 0
MCJ 618 MC International Communication and Comparative Journalism 3 3 1 0
MCJ 619 MC Alternative Media Practices 3 3 1 0
MCJ 620 NUM Cyber Publishing 3 3 1 2
SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) TUTORIAL (hrs) PRACTICAL (hrs) MCJ 611 MC Media Management 3 3 1 0 MCJ 612 MC Thesis 6 0 0 6 Any two courses from the list (ELECTIVE): MCJ 613MC Media and Gender 3 3 1 0 MCJ 614 JOU Development Journalism 3 3 1 0 MCJ 615 JOU Science and Environmental Journalism 3 3 0 0 MCJ 616 JOU Court Reporting 3 3 1 0 MCJ 617 JOU Public Journalism: Theories and Practices 3 3 1 0 MCJ 618 MC International Communication and Comparative Journalism 3 3 1 0 MCJ 619 MC Alternative Media Practices 3 3 1 0 MCJ 620 NUM Cyber Publishing 3 3 1 2 SUB CODE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDIT LECTURE (hrs) TUTORIAL (hrs) PRACTICAL (hrs) SUB CODE NO.

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CREDIT

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LECTURE (hrs)

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TUTORIAL (hrs)

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MCJ 611 MC Media Management 3 3 1 0 MCJ 611 MC Media Management 3 3 1 0 MCJ 612 MC Thesis 6 0 0 6 MCJ 612 MC Thesis 6 0 0 6 Any two courses from the list (ELECTIVE): Any two courses from the list (ELECTIVE): MCJ 613MC Media and Gender 3 3 1 0 MCJ 613MC Media and Gender 3 3 1 0 MCJ 614 JOU Development Journalism 3 3 1 0 MCJ 614 JOU Development Journalism 3 3 1 0 MCJ 615 JOU Science and Environmental Journalism 3 3 0 0 MCJ 615 JOU Science and Environmental Journalism 3 3 0 0 MCJ 616 JOU Court Reporting 3 3 1 0 MCJ 616 JOU Court Reporting 3 3 1 0 MCJ 617 JOU Public Journalism: Theories and Practices 3 3 1 0 MCJ 617 JOU Public Journalism: Theories and Practices 3 3 1 0 MCJ 618 MC International Communication and Comparative Journalism 3 3 1 0 MCJ 618 MC International Communication and Comparative Journalism 3 3 1 0 MCJ 619 MC Alternative Media Practices 3 3 1 0 MCJ 619 MC Alternative Media Practices 3 3 1 0 MCJ 620 NUM Cyber Publishing 3 3 1 2 MCJ 620 NUM Cyber Publishing 3 3 1 2

Why choose KCC?

Why choose KCC?

At KCC, we make your MAMCJ experience worthwhile. Here are some of the key highlights of the KCC experience:

  • Our lectures for MAMCJ graduates are designed to incorporate elements from newsroom professional practices and state-of-the-art classrooms.
  • Our top-notch facilities include a computer lab, photography lab and an audio-visual lab. Our labs for this MCJ program are equipped with recording and broadcasting equipment, while also being used to organize a series of TV camera workshops for practical experience. Our extensive library houses more than 10,000 books and journals, plus video and audio CD, and other materials.
  • Under our MAMCJ program, we assign project works which ensure that you can derive practical application of the theoretical concepts they learn.
  • We also organize various seminars and workshops as a part of our MAMCJ program. These events give you an opportunity to moderate seminars and present seminar papers. Moreover, these seminars also provide you with a platform to network and build rapport with some of the key figures in the industry.
  • The final thesis of your MAMCJ course emphasizes both theoretical creativity and substantive empirical research on important media issues, including political and socio-economic issues with direct linkage to the communication discipline.
  • Our lectures for MAMCJ graduates are designed to incorporate elements from newsroom professional practices and state-of-the-art classrooms.
  • Our top-notch facilities include a computer lab, photography lab and an audio-visual lab. Our labs for this MCJ program are equipped with recording and broadcasting equipment, while also being used to organize a series of TV camera workshops for practical experience. Our extensive library houses more than 10,000 books and journals, plus video and audio CD, and other materials.
  • Under our MAMCJ program, we assign project works which ensure that you can derive practical application of the theoretical concepts they learn.
  • We also organize various seminars and workshops as a part of our MAMCJ program. These events give you an opportunity to moderate seminars and present seminar papers. Moreover, these seminars also provide you with a platform to network and build rapport with some of the key figures in the industry.
  • The final thesis of your MAMCJ course emphasizes both theoretical creativity and substantive empirical research on important media issues, including political and socio-economic issues with direct linkage to the communication discipline.
  • Career prospects

    Career prospects

    Our MAMCJ graduates are prepared to conduct basic and applied research, critique and use researches produced by others, and grow as a professional communicator or mass communication educator/scholar. 

    They assume positions as Public Relations Manager, Corporate Communications Manager, Scriptwriter, Broadcast Journalist, TV Editor, Print Journalists, and Content Writers, among others. Furthermore, our MAMCJ graduates have been known to work in reputed organizations like Gorkhapatra, Nepal Television (NTV), Radio Nepal, BBC, Kantipur, Annapurna Post, The Himalayan Times, Avenues TV, News24, National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), to name a few.

    At 
    KCC
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    All You Need To Know About Studying MCA at KCC

    Before we begin, let’s take you back to the 1800s. Yes, we’re talking about that time before World War I, when Beethoven composed Für Elise, Napoleon was coronated, and London still had people ‘courting’ each other.

    In the midst of this chaos, the first mechanical computer was invented by Charles Babbage in 1822. During that period, no one would’ve thought that this supposedly insignificant landmark would spur the rapid progression of humankind.

    Who would’ve thought that Für Elise could be turned into a hip hop remix with the help of a simple open-source software?

    With the first computer came the prospect of new jobs and career choices. So you see, technological innovation is at its peak – and will most likely advance further. This is why getting a degree in the IT field is all the more important. To advance in this sector, we recommend that you pursue a Master’s in Computer Application (MCA).

    Of course, it’s essential to study this course from a reputed institution. At Kantipur City College (KCC), we’re here to help. To learn more about our MCA program, read ahead.

    About the program

    The Master of Computer Application (MCA) is a two-year (four semester) program worth 66 credit hours. Affiliated to Purbanchal University, KCC is one of the most well-known institutions that offers this course. With an MCA degree, you’ll be able to develop a range of competencies in business, software development, computing and networking. MCA students are encouraged to apply their theoretical knowledge of concepts like software design and web-based application in a practical manner.

    Furthermore, our MCA program includes areas of study like web technology, advance database management, data mining, algorithm analysis & design, software engineering, project management & networking, etc. Moreover, with applied theories and hands-on computer skills, MCA graduates are capable to investigate the use, implementation and support of the information system to specific organizational domains.

    Do I qualify for this MCA program?

    You’ll need a Bachelor’s degree in any IT related program under the faculty of science and technology, such as Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA), Bachelor of Computer Engineering (BE Computer), Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) and BSCCSIT among others.

    Besides, if you’re someone who did their Bachelor’s in a non-IT field, you can apply for this MCA program by taking up a one-year Post-Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications (PGDCA).

    The PGDCA program itself is structured in a way that helps you to establish a solid base of theoretical and practical knowledge of computer application. In addition, it essentially covers IT fundamentals, computer design, programming, data communication, web technology, system analysis, data structure, statistics, database systems & object-oriented programming.

    To know more about PGDCA, click here.

    Program Structure

    Semester I (15 Credits)

    Semester I (15 Credits)

    Discrete Mathematical Structure
    Operating System
    Web Programming
    Advanced Database Mgmt. System
    Organizational Behavior & HRM

    Semester II (18 Credits)

    Semester II (18 Credits)

    Research Methodology
    Software Engineering
    Accounting & Financial Management
    Visual Programming Language
    Elective I
    Project I

    Semester III (18 Credits)

    Semester III (18 Credits)

    Software Project Management
    Optimization Technique
    Marketing Management
    Design & Analysis of Algorithms
    Elective II
    Project II

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    Semester IV (16 Credits)

    Semester IV (16 Credits)

    Dissertation
    The final semester involves students in a series of seminars and industry-based project. In addition, the project is offered under the scrutiny of company and academic advisor.

    You can also download the complete syllabus here.

    Why choose KCC?

    At KCC, we deliver our promises. Here are some of the key highlights of the KCC experience:

    We host workshops on different topics of the IT field. These workshops aim to help you connect with specialists from academia, computer application or the overall IT sector.
    We also organize seminars with exceptional speakers from the IT industry, corporate houses and INGOs. These seminars are intended to provide a platform for you to network and build rapport with some of the key figures in the industry.
    We also call up MCA graduates as guest speakers to share their practical experiences in the field. This is made possible thanks to our expansive and strong alumni network.
    We also believe in the benefits of Industry Apprenticeship in the IT industry and leading software houses.
    The projects under MCA get you actively involved in the specification, design, and development of a significant software system with full documentation and presentation.
    MCA Dissertation, substitute to master’s project, indulges you in a substantive research and helps you find a satisfactory solution to a problem. It also helps you produce a high standard of paper presentation.
    We also focus on conducting field research at various sites of non-government organizations, bank, software house and industries to give the MCA students a better picture of the current market.
    Our KCC Exhibit is a “Project Exhibition & Conference” event with the intent to promote the student projects and to interact with various industries, organizations and academic institutions. This also provides a common platform for individuals, academicians, researchers and professionals to interact with various industries and academic institutions.

    Career prospects

    Life as an MCA graduate is smooth sailing. Many MCA graduates hold business understanding and technical knowledge to occupy managerial positions in non/governmental offices, banks and information industries. As an MCA graduate, you can offer IT and consulting services to corporations – both national and multinational. With an MCA degree, you can become a software developer, web designer, network administrator, system manager, computer programmer, game developer, among others. This degree can also groom you to become a consultant and enjoy the freedom to learn and build skills.

    In fact, the Future of Jobs Report by the World Economic Forum shows that by 2022, companies are likely to adopt technologies that require definitive qualifications that come with a computer science degree like MCA. So, now you know what all the buzz behind MCA is about.

    Learn more, grow more at KCC!

    At KCC, we groom our students to not only create a mere product, but also generate practical solutions related to information systems in commercial, financial, governmental, or other types of organizations. Our advanced curriculum, supportive faculty and efficient placement cell reflect our core values of excellence, innovation and integrity.

    For more information, don’t hesitate to connect with us.

    Everything You Need To Know About Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA)

    There may be several reasons why you’d want to study computer application for your Master’s. Maybe you’re working at an IT firm in their Sales & Marketing division, but want to explore the field of Information Technology. Or maybe you want to open your own IT firm after seeing its potential. Or perhaps, that one episode of Silicon Valley inspired you to go after your newfound passion for technology. Whatever your reasons might be, computer application sure has peaked your interest.

    Now you might say, “I’ve already done my Bachelor’s in a non-IT field. How can I do my Master’s in this field without any prior knowledge?”

    At Kantipur City College, we’ve got you covered. You see, our Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA) program is a preliminary course that introduces you to the world of computer application. With this, you can easily apply for a Master’s degree in computer application.

    To learn more about the program, dive in.

    About the program

    This program is a one-year course (two-semesters) with 34 credits for anyone with a bachelor’s degree. Affiliated to Purbanchal University, KCC is one of the most reputed institutions that offers this course. The program itself is structured in a way that helps you to establish a solid base of theoretical and practical knowledge of computer application.

    In addition, this Post Graduate (PG) diploma in computer application essentially covers IT fundamentals, computer design, programming, data communication, web technology, system analysis, data structure, statistics, database systems & object-oriented programming.

    Program Structure

    PGDCA: First Semester

    Subject Code Subject Name Credit Lecture Tutorial Lab Total
    PCA111 Introduction to Information Technology 2 2 1 2 5
    PCA112 Data Communication & Networks 3 3 1 2/2 5
    PCA113 Web Technology 2 2 1 2 5
    PCA114 Mathematics 3 3 1 – 4
    PCA115 Digital Computer Design 3 3 1 2/2 5
    PCA116 Problem Solving & Programming in C 3 3 1 2 6
    Total Credits 16 16 6 8 30

    Subject Code Subject Name Credit Lecture Tutorial Lab Total

    Total Credits 16 16 6 8 30

    PGDCA: Second Semester

    Subject Code Subject Name Credit Lecture Tutorial Lab Total
    PCA121 Statistics & Numerical Methods 4 4 1 2/2 6
    PCA122 Object-Oriented Programming in C++ 3 3 1 2 6
    PCA123 System Analysis & Design 3 3 1 – 4
    PCA124 Data Structure & Algorithm 3 3 1 2/2 5
    PCA125 Database System 3 3 1 2/2 5
    PCA126 Project 2 – – 3 3
    Total Credits 18 16 5 8 29

    Subject Code Subject Name Credit Lecture Tutorial Lab Total

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    Total Credits 18 16 5 8 29

    Why choose KCC for this?

    At KCC, we’re not all talk. Here are some of the key highlights of the KCC experience:

    We often organize seminars with exceptional speakers from the IT industry, corporate houses, and INGOs. These seminars are intended to provide a platform for you to network and build rapport for key figures.
    We also host workshops on different topics of e-commerce, networking, software engineering, and research methodology. These workshops bring you together with specialists from academia, computer application or the overall IT sector.
    With our alumni network in various organizations, we also call up guest speakers to disseminate practical experiences in the field of computer application.
    Our curriculum for PG diploma in computer application also includes projects that engage you in the design and development of software systems through teamwork and intensive work. To facilitate this, we also have our state-of-the-art computer center and research units, or Center for Software Development and Research (CSDR).
    Our KCC Exhibit is a “Project Exhibition & Conference” event with the intent to promote the student projects and to interact with various industries, organizations and academic institutions. This also provides a common platform for individuals, academicians, researchers and professionals to interact with various industries and academic institutions.

    Look Further

    As we’ve mentioned before, the main purpose of getting a PG diploma in computer application is to pursue a Master’s in Computer Application (MCA). Besides the business understanding and technical knowledge you’ll gain about computer applications, you’ll further be able to establish a solid career in this field. As an MCA graduate, you can offer IT and consulting services to corporations – both national and multinational. By completing a Master’s in computer application, you can become a software developer, web designer, network administrator, system manager, computer programmer, game developer, among others.

    In fact, Forbes has listed job candidates with an MCA degree in their top 5 highest paid jobs. Tempting, right?

    At KCC, we’re here to help!

    With our advanced curriculum, supportive faculty and placement cell, we’re at our A-game when it comes to our computer application courses.

    For more information, contact us.