Computer Applications - Profile

VISION

To provide affordable quality education, while equipping students with knowledge and skills in their chosen stream, inculcate values, identify hidden talents, provide opportunities for students to realize their full potential and thus shape them into future leaders, entrepreneurs and above all good human beings.

MISSION


To educate all students to the highest levels of academic achievement, to enable them to reach and expand their potential, and to prepare them to become productive, responsible, ethical, creative and compassionate members of society.


Facilities of the Department


 

  • LCD lab having 20 high end desktops with remote access facility
  • A Windows lab having 30 high end desktops with remote access facilitySeparate UPS for network racks and switches

Computer Labs

Our Lab is well equipped with 30 desktop computers & available from 10 AM to 5 PM.

All the PCs have good configurations and all latest software.



Programme OutComes of the Department


A.At the end of the course, the student will able to:

  • Understanding the meaning and necessity of audit in modern era
  • Comprehend the role of auditor in avoiding the corporate frauds
  • Identify the steps involved in performing audit process
  • Determine the appropriate audit report for a given audit situation
  • Apply auditing practices to different types of business entities
  • Plan an audit by considering concepts of evidence, risk and materiality


B. Remembers and states in a systematic way (Knowledge)

  • Explains (Understanding)
  • Critically examines, using data and figures (Analysis and Evaluation)
  • Apply various Normalization techniques
  • Model an application’s data requirements using conceptual modeling tools like ER diagrams and design database schemas based on the conceptual model
  • Design and implement a small database project

Programmes Offered


Program Name
Sanctioned Strength Annual Strength
I B.Com(CA) 60 59
II B.Com(CA) 60 45
III B.Com(CA) 60 37


Courses Offered

Semester Course Name Credits Syllabus & OutComes
I Semester B.Com(CA) 3+1 Syllabus
II Semester B.Com(CA) 3+1 Syllabus
III Semester B.Com(CA) 3+1 Syllabus
IV Semester B.Com(CA) 3+1 Syllabus
V Semester B.Com(CA) 3+1 Syllabus
VI Semester B.Com(CA) 3+1 Syllabus

Infrastructure for Seminars


  • One Digital TV 43 Inches for student program demonstration
  • Three seminar rooms equipped with Wi-Fi projectors and screen
  • Internet based video conferencing setup with two 55 inch TV screens.
  • Printing Facility