P. G. D. C. A.

Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application

About Course

PGDCA course will prepare a person as an assistant programmer or as a computer operator. 

To be eligible to admission to Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application the student should be a graduate.

The course content includes: - Computer Languages such as C, Oracle, Operating System - System Analysis & Data Processing.  

At the end of the second semester, the students are required to submit a project report. Many past students are working in reputed software companies.


  • Graduate In Any Stream


  • Semester - 1
    • Programming In C
    • Computer Fundamental
    • Web Development Using PHP
    • Networking
    • Practical
  • Semester - 2
    • Oracle
    • C#
    • System Analysis & Design
    • Project
    • Practical

Future Scope :

  • Web Designer
  • Web Developer
  • Software Developer
  • DBA

Course Duration

This Program is extend to two semester each with duration six months.

Fees Structure

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After This Course

What to do after PGDCA?

After completing the PGDCA study program, the students can go for M.Sc(IT&CA) or MCA. This degree will make them equivalent to the candidates that have an engineering degree. Afterward, they can make their career in the field of software. PGDCA provides numerous opportunities in the IT sector.

Job Opportunities

There are numerous job opportunities for the students who have completed their PGDCA course. There are a large number of employment areas where they can pursue jobs. Some of them are entertainment sector, insurance firms, educational organizations, information technology firms, electronic industry and health industry. Loads of jobs are also available in the banking industry and research firms for the PGDCA pass outs.

The job profiles of the pass outs of the PGDCA course include software marketer, quality assurance analyst, quality assurance tester, project manager, systems manager, IT manager, game developer, database managers, computer operator, database administrator, software trainer, software developer, programmer analyst, network analyst, program manager, network administrator, IT support technician, data entry worker, data analyst, business systems analyst and application developer.