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MCA+PGPM(Industry Integrated)
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  • Course Content
  • Selection Procedure
  • Earn while you learn
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Overview

Master of Computer Applications (MCA)


MCA is a professional degree course, considered to meet the rising demand for qualified IT professionals. MCA programme is focused more towards application development and places more importance on latest tools and techniques to develop improved and quicker applications.


PGPM(Industry Integrated)

 

ATM-GBS is the only college which offers PGPM (Industry Integrated)where students acquire skills in Business Domain along with MCA Degree.

 

 

Course Highlights

Additional Certificate in Java, •NET from University 99.com
4 Guest lecture series from IT professionals

Free laptop against a refundable security.
Certificate in PDP Sessions and Soft Skills

100 % Placements to students who follow ATM-GBS guidelines
Industrial Visits

Advance Certificate in Digital Electronics, Artificial Intelligence

Data Warehousing.
On-line study material




At ATM-GBS we bring out common business sense, lateral thinking, simplifying the complex, improve confidence level and build dynamic personality to train future managers who would be equipped to re-engineer change, with a stress on moral quotient. At ATM-GBS you are responsible for your learning. You will have help from well-qualified and experienced academic staff that provide leadership and structure to your learning through lectures, seminars, projects and practical sessions. The following teaching methodology is practiced at ATM-GBS.

CLASSROOM TEACHING


The best theoretical inputs are imparted by qualified and experienced faculty. Teaching practices range from setting goals for the class to making effective presentations to listening to student’s questions.

SEMINARS


All departments routinely organize various panel discussions and seminars. The students are encouraged to plan, hold and conduct these activities under the guidance of faculty members.

GROUP DISCUSSIONS (GDs)


Students are provided with ample opportunities to participate in GDs and Interviews. They regularly interact with other members in their teams while discussing topics of general interest. These GDs are closely supervised and expert feedback is provided to each student. This helps to develop the leadership skills and boosts the overall confidence of student managers.

PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES


Personality Development sessions help in building self-awareness and developing a positive attitude to cope with time and stress issues. Feedback on important personality traits is delivered through supportive counseling sessions by experts.

MOCK INTERVIEW SESSIONS


Mock interview is an emulation of an interview used for training students to perform better while facing corporate interviews for internships and placements. Focus is to impart confidence, good communication and analytical abilities through this method among students.




ROLE PLAYS


Students are made to simulate roles in different situations encountered in an organization. Such exercises help them to sharpen their decisions making and creative skills.

INDUSTRIAL INTERNSHIP


All the students enrolled in regular full time programs in Management, Information Technology, Commerce & Hotel Management have to join industry after the second semester for 3 days per week and the industry pays stipend to the student during internship, so a post graduate student gets one year of work experience and an under graduate gets two years of work experience on completion of the course.

TEACHING THROUGH MANAGEMENT ORIENTED MOVIES


ATM-GBS tries to bridge the gap between theory and practice, through discussion of the movies like Lagaan, Chak De India and many more movies which illustrate practical aspects of leadership and other managerial traits which every business management student should be aware of and imbibe in his practical day to day business handling.

CORPORATE MEETINGS


ATM-GBS sponsors the entire class to attend National Level conferences at various five star hotels so that the students are able to interact with the companies and be able to understand the corporate culture.

CASE STUDY METHOD


Experience is the best teacher and the case study method packs more experience into every hour of learning than any other instructional approach. Case studies challenge students by bringing them as close as possible to business situations.

PRESENTATION METHOD


Presentations build more confidence and develop good knowledge base of students. This teaching methodology grooms overall personality of the students.


Admission to MCA courses shall be open for candidates who have passed the Bachelor degree examinations with not less than 50% of the marks in the aggregate of all the years of the Degree examinations. However, in the case of candidates from Karnataka belonging to SC/ST and Category-I, the aggregate percentage of marks in the qualifying examinations shall not less than 45%. Provided that for admission to MCA the candidate shall have passes Bachelor Degree with not less than 50% of marks with Mathematics / Statistics / Computer Science / Computer Programming / Computer Application / Business Mathematics / Business Statistics as one of the optional or electives at degree level. Provided further that in respect of candidates who has studied and passes one of the subjects specified in the first provision in the Pre-university course with 50% of marks in that subject shall also be considered for admission. However, in the case of candidates belonging to SC/ST and Category-I, 45% of marks in that subject shall also be considered for admission.


Course Fee Structure
Semester Mode Registration Fees 1st Sem 2st Sem 3st Sem 4st Sem Total
  As per Selection Letter With In 15 Days after Reg. 10 Jan 2017 10 June 2017 10 Jan 2018 Fees Due Date
PGDM/MBA+PGPM Rs.20,000 Rs.50,000 Rs.50,000 Rs.50,000 Rs.50,000 Rs.2,20,000
PGDM/MBA+PGPM(Industry Integrated) Rs.40,000 Rs.87,500 Rs.87,500 Rs.87,500 Rs.87,500 Rs.3,90,000
PGDM/MBA+PGPM(Industry Integrated International) Rs.40,000 Rs.1,35,000 Rs.1,35,000 Rs.1,35,000 Rs.1,35,000 Rs.5,80,000
Hostel Charges Rs.10,000 Rs.30,000 Rs.35,000 Rs.35,000 Rs.35,000 Rs.1,45,000
Hostel Charges NRI 200 $ 600 $ 700 $ 700 $ 700 $ 2,900 $

MCA PGPM(Industry Integrated)

Semester:1

• Mathematical Foundations

• Accountancy and Financial Management

• Computer Organization Architecture and

• Programming Concepts and 'C' Language

• Numerical Algorithms

Semester:1

• Communicative English

• Personality Development

• Foreign language Part 1

• Workshop in IT(MS Office)

Semester:2

• Essential Mathematics

• Data Structures

• Operating System

• Object Oriented Programming and C++

Semester:2

• Case Studies- Live Business Problems

• Business Simulation Games

• Stock Market

• Corporate Etiquettes

Semester 3

• Algorithmic

• Data Communication and Computer

Networks

• Data Base Management System

• Elective-I

Semester:3

• Digital Marketing

• Public Speaking & Presentation Skills

• Retail Marketing

• Foreign Language Part-2

Semester 4

• Computer Graphics

• Software Engineering

• Introduction to Web Programming

• Elective – II

Semester:4

• Entrepreneurship Management

• Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

• Workshop in research methodology

• ERP ( SAP)

Semester:5

• Operations Research and Optimizing

Semester:5

Live Case Studies

• Training in latest Technologies

Semester:6

• Project Work

Semester:6

• Business Research Project


Candidates wishing to apply for Master of Computer Application (MCA) programme in ATM-GBS are required to have valid score of GPATE (PG) and final selection is based on Written Test, Group Discussion and Interview.


Earn while you learn

ATM-GBS is the first Institute in the country which placesstudents in the Industry just from the 2nd year and students get a chance to work on live projects a week in industry and the other 3 days they study in the college. The students will earn stipend from 3rd Semester to 6th Semester and pass out with 2 years of work experience hence when other students are hunting for jobs in the market, our students would be looking for promotions or better career



Career Opportunity in Information Technology/ BCA and/or MCA

Being a growing field, there are a lot of opportunities available for a person pursuing MCA or BCA. It is advisable to take work experience after doing BCA and then enroll for MCA as scope for a good position broadens if a person has relevant work experience along with the necessary skill sets. The courses focus on making the student familiar with technical languages at the bachelor’s level and taking a specialization at the master’s level. After pursuing the necessary educational qualification a person can seek job opportunity in the field of software developer, web designer, systems management, etc.

The job of a software engineer has many levels in the hierarchy and encompasses a wide range of responsibilities. Usually employment in this sector is generated depending on their systems requirements. While in the smaller organizations, where systems are not complex, a few software engineers manage the whole system; in the larger organizations, a proper systems department is created with specialists working in it. These specialists focus on specific areas and are designated as software architect, design engineer, java developer, quality assurance engineer, etc.

Some of the key responsibilities of an IT professional are to develop new software to ease the working environment; integrating software with existing systems; testing the feasibility of the new software; support, maintain and document software functionality and also to ensure that the software is user-friendly for others working on it. Though the work remains basically the same, as a person grows on the management ladder, along with taking care of the systems, the responsibility also becomes to supervise those working under him/her. Apart from taking a managerial position or working in a company, a software professional can be a specialist in any of the core languages and can become a consultant in that field too. This gives the person liberty to exercise his will on his time. An MCA or BCA graduate can work for any IT company big or small in various roles available. Depending on a person’s caliber there is no dearth of opportunities in this sector.

 

 



 

Various Job Prospects for BCA/MCA/IT Graduate

·         Software Engineer: A BCA graduate can work as a software engineer where his main responsibilities will be to Full life cycle application development, Software modelling and simulation, Support, maintain and document software functionality, Project Planning and Project Management, etc…                                                                                        

·         Software Consultant: A software consultant is responsible for Business Development, Pre-Sales, Business Analysis, Requirement Analysis, etc.                                                         

·         Network Engineer: He is responsible for installing all new hardware, systems, and software for networks, Support administration of servers and server clusters, Plan and supports network and computing infrastructure, etc.                                                                                         

·         Database Administrator: He is required to monitor systems and platforms for availability, Restore and recover corrupted database, Evaluate and recommend new database technologies.                                                                                        

·         Test Engineer: He is required to generate Test case and Execution Of Test case, Reviewing the Bugs fixes for the test done as per test plan, etc.                                        

·         System Analyst: A system analyst is required for systems analysis, design, and programming.                                                                       

·         Programmer: His responsibility is to make programs of applications.                                                                          

·         Quality Assurance Engineer: The quality assurance (QA) engineer makes sure that all of the programs work properly and that everything in a Web site functions according to plan. 

·         Technical Support Engineer: He requires providing technical solutions based on user description of the problem, if necessary talking user through a series of steps to resolve the issue or troubleshoot the problem.

·         Web Designing and Content Writing: The Internet has revolutionaries the content sharing capacity of the person. Be it any subject or any topic in the world, it has a significant presence on the World Wide Web. And to cater to this wide spectrum, ample opportunities are available in the field of web designing and content writing. Apart from the regular jobs, freelancing has also emerged as a viable option for those who want to earn a little more for their pockets. The more creative a person is, better will be his/her package. And if you want to be an entrepreneur, then also the Net offers a lot many options. All you need to have is an idea. There is no dearth of opportunities in this segment for people who are willing to work.

·         Game Developer: It is said that one should do what one likes and video games are something that has fans all over the world. And if you too are a game enthusiast and have a flair for technical know how, then this segment is the best for you to work in. Apart from the flexible working hours and relaxed working environment, it pays you to do what you like to do. But being in this sector is not only fun, a developer has to be constantly on his toes to produce new games. New challenges wait at every part of designing the game. As it happens in other art forms, while designing the game too, the developer needs to keep his creative mind active by planning the story line, graphics, characters, its user friendliness, etc.

·         Hardware and Networking: Though computers have become an integral part of our lives but knowing all about them and managing them is not a child’s play. This is when hardware developers make their way into the scene. Professionals who are experts with the physical parts of the computer are known as hardware engineers. On the other hand, networking professionals link a group of two or more computer systems for sharing data and information. While various diplomas and degrees are available to suffice the educational qualifications for being a hardware engineer; for networking, a diploma or degree in computer science, electrical, electronics or telecommunications holds good. Job opportunities are available in various MNCs, call centers, software companies, call centers, telecom companies, BPO companies and hardware repair shops. Companies employ on the basis of the skill set and qualification of the candidates. One can also start their own business ventures in the field of maintenance and assembling of computers.

·         Blogging: For those who want to voice their opinions, blogging has become the right sword. Created in minutes, this gives ample of opportunity to say what you feel about anything and everything. All one needs to do is to be cognizant of your audiences need and create the right impression. The more clicks your blog receives better will be the chances to earn revenue from it. Though it is easy to form a blog, it is very important to keep it updated with latest writings. What makes blogging popular is that even a layman can earn from his blog and there is no need of getting into the intricacies of web designers or technical gurus.

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