Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) is an undergraduate degree course in computer languages and its application for 3 years spaced over 6 semesters. It is one of the most popular options among the students who want to pursue their career in IT. With the rapid growth of IT sector in India, the demand for computer graduates is also increasing rapidly.

Following Universities offer admission to IT courses through their respective written entrance test.

             IP University


Candidate must have passed 12th with 50% marks with English and Mathematics / Computer science / Informatics practice / Computer application as compulsory subjects in 12th class.

Selection Process:

Admission is given on the basis of written entrance test (CET).


Written test (CET) Pattern: Objective-type


Subjects No. of Questions
Quantitative Aptitude + Higher Maths 30%
Computer Awareness 30%
General Awareness 25%
English 15%


Each Question carries 4 marks and there is a NEGATIVE marking of

1 mark for every in correct answer.


Total 150 Questions


Duration 150 minutes


Seats Availability: 2250 (approx.)


Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research offers 3 courses in IT / Computer Application:

1. BBA – IT
2. BCA
3. BSc – IT


Student passing XII from any stream or equivalent government approved diploma in Engineering/Technology with minimum 50% marks. (45% for SC/ST candidates).

Selection Process: Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET) + PI & WAT

There weightage is as follows:


Component Weightage
SET 50
PI 20
WAT 20
Academic Profile 10


Written Test Pattern: Objective – Type

Sr. No. Section Number of Questions
1 General English 40
2 Quantitative 40
3 General Awareness 40
4 Analytical & Logical Reasoning 30
Total 150


(Each Question carries one mark and there’s No negative marking)


Duration: 150 Minutes


Total Seats:

· BBA IT – 90

· BCA – 60

· BSc(IT) – 30

     Christ University

· Eligibility:

· A pass in 10+2 or equivalent is the minimum eligibility for admission.

· Candidates who have not studied Computer Science as a subject should have studied any of the following subjects at the +2 level Mathematics, Business Mathematics or Electronics.

Selection Procedure: Skill Assessment (written test) + Personal interview + Academic Performance

Written test Pattern:

The skill assessment will consist of a test on written skills, communication skills and logical reasoning.