Arihant Education Foundation's
Arihant College of Arts, Commerce and Science Camp Pune-01

1st Cycle

National Assessment & Accreditation Council

BBA (CA) DEGREE COURSE

BBA (CA) DEGREE COURSE

Objectives

The objectives of the Programme shall be to provide sound academic base from which an advanced career in Computer Application can be developed. Conceptual grounding in computer usage as well as its practical business application will be provided.

Eligibility for admission

  • In order to be eligible for admission to Bachelor of Computer Applications a candidate must have passed.
  • HSC (10+2) from any stream with English as passing Subject with minimum 40% marks in aggregate.
  • Two years Diploma in Pharmacy Course of Board of Technical Education, conducted by Government of Maharashtra or its equivalent.
  • Three Year Diploma Course (after S.S.C. i.e. 10th Standard), of Board of Technical Education conducted by Government of Maharashtra or its equivalent.
  • MCVC
  • Every eligible candidate has to pass Common Entrance Test to be conducted by the respective Institute/College.
Duration

The duration of the BBA(CA) Degree Program shall be three years divided into six semesters.

The scheme of Examinations:
The BBA(CA) Examination will be of 3600 marks as given below

  • F.Y. BBA(CA) (Sem. I + Sem. II ) : 1200 marks
  • S.Y. BBA(CA) (Sem. III + Sem. IV ) : 1200 marks
  • T.Y. BBA(CA) (Sem. V + Sem. VI ) : 1200 marks

For Theory Paper There Will Be 80:20 Pattern 80 Marks: University Exam 20 Marks: Internal Exam
For Practical and Project Examination Sem. I to VI: 100 marks
Sem. I, II, III, IV, V, VI: External Assessment

The Standard of Passing and Award of Class

In order to pass in the examination the candidate has to obtain 40 marks out of 100. (Min 32 marks must be obtained in University Examination.
The class will be awarded on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by the candidate for all three years examinations.

The award of class will be as follows:
Aggregate Percentage of Marks Class

  1. Aggregate 70% and above……. First Class with Distinction.
  2. Aggregate 60% and above but less than 70%…….. First Class
  3. Aggregate 55% and more but less than 60%…….. Higher Second Class
  4. Aggregate 50% and more but less than 55%. ………. Second Class.
  5. Aggregate 40% and more but less than 50%…….. Pass Class.
  6. Below 40%…….. Fail.

F.Y.B.B.A(C.A)

SEMESTER- I

SubjectSubject NameCourseCredits
CodeThPr
CA-101Business CommunicationCC3 
CA-102Principle of ManagementCC3 
CA-103C LanguageCC3 
CA-104Database Management SystemCC3 
CA-105StatisticsCC3 
CA-106Computer Laboratory Based on 103PR 4
&104 (2 credits each)
1ADD-On (PPA) (30 Hours)SEC2

SEMESTER- I

Subject CodeSubject NameCourseCredits
ThPr
CA-201Organization Behavior & HumanCC3 
Resource Management
CA-202Financial AccountingCC3 
CA-203Business MathematicsCC3 
CA-204Relational databaseCC3 
CA-205Web Technology HTML-JS-CSSCC3 
CA-206Computer Laboratory Based on 204 &PR 4
205(2 credits each)
2ADD-On (Advance C) (30 Hours)SEC2

CC-Core Course, EC-Elective Course, PR-Practical, PJ-Project,
AECC- Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses.
SEC- Skill Enhancement Courses.

S.Y.B.B.A(C.A)

SECOND YEAR B.B.A. (C.A) – SEMESTER- III
Subject CodeSubject NameCourseCredits
ThPr
CA-301Digital MarketingCC3
CA-302Data StructureCC3
CA-303Software EngineeringCC3
CA-304Angular JSEC3
OR
CA-304PHPEC3
CA-305Big dataEC3
OR
CA-305Block chainEC3
CA-306Computer Laboratory Based on 302 , 304 and 305 (2 credits each)PR2+2+2 = 6
307 AECCEnvironment AwarenessAECC2

SECOND YEAR B.B.A. (C.A) – SEMESTER- IV

Subject CodeSubject NameCourseCredits
ThPr
CA-401NetworkingCC3
CA-402Object Oriented Concepts Through CPPCC3
CA-403Operating SystemCC3
CA-404NODE JSEC3
OR
CA-404Advance PHPEC3
CA-405ProjectEC4
CA-406Computer Laboratory Based on 402,404 (2 credits each)PR4
4ADD-On (30 Hours)SEC2

T.Y.B.B.A(C.A)

TYBBA (CA) Course Outcome

 Course Outcome –

Course Code: CA-501 Course Name: Cyber Security After successfully completing this course, students will be able to –

T.Y.B.B.A.(C.A.) CBCS PATTERN 2019

Semester V-Course Outcomes

Course Code: GC 501: Research Methodology

 Course Code: GC 502: Database Administration and Data Mining
CO3: To understand the current trends in Data Management.

Course Code: GC 504: Management of Corporate Social Responsibility

Course Code: DSE 505 MM: Marketing Environment Analysis and Strategies  (Special V)

Course Code: DSEA 506 MM: Legal Aspects in Marketing Management (Special VI)

Course Code: DSE B 505 FM: – Analysis of Financial Statements (Special V)

Course Code: DSE B 506 FM: Legal Aspects of Finance & Security Laws (Special VI)

Course Code: DSE C 505 HRM: Cross-Cultural HR & Industrial Relations (Special V)

 Course Code: DSE C 506 HRM: Cases in Human Resource Management + Project Viva (Special VI)

SEMESTER VI

Course Code: GC 601: Essentials of E-Commerce

Course Code: GC 602: Management Information System

Course Code: GC 603: Business Project Management

Course Code: GC 604: Management of Innovations and Sustainability

Course Code: DSE A 605 MM: International Brand Management  (Special VII)

Course Code: DSE A 606 MM:  Cases in Marketing Management + Project (Special-VIII)

Course Code: DSE B 605 FM: Financial Management .Special-VII

Course Code: DSE B 606 FM: Cases in Finance +Project (Special-VIII)

  • CO1: To Study &understand the core areas of finance.
  • CO2: To study the practical applications of finance.
  • CO3: To prepare project reports based on the internship & understanding of core areas of finance.

Course Code: DSE C 605 HRM: Global Human Resource Management (Special VII

  • Perspective
  • CO2: Identify and Understand issues and practices about the major HRM functions within the context of the global environment.
  • CO3: To learn how to conduct strategic human resource management in an international setting.
  • CO4: To learn how companies manage their expatriates.
  • CO5: To look at HRM in a broader, comparative, and international perspective to deal with complex issues and manifold risks.
  • CO6: To study understanding of international approaches to dealing with people in organizations.

Course Code: DSE C 606 HRM: Recent Trends & HR Accounting + Project (Special VIII)

  • CO1: To make students understand the theoretical and practical fundamental knowledge of Recent Trends in HRM and HR Accounting.
  • CO2: To describe various Employee Engagement Strategies to enhance Employee Engagement.
  • CO3: To discuss the uses of Human Resource Information Systems in organizations.
  • CO4: To explain the different methods used to calculate the value of human Resources.
  • CO5: To define Human Resource Audit and outline its scope.
  • CO6: To study the methods of Human Resource Valuation.

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