Bachelor Of Computer Applications, BCA

Bachelor Of Computer Applications, BCA Entrance Coaching

Fast growing information technology and communication systems have become critical components of almost every company’s strategic plan. Companies which want to take advantage of the new information technologies and communication systems require expert professionals, who can apply computer science principles to solve problems produced by the interface between business and technology. BCA Course is an undergraduate program where students are exposed to various areas of computer applications including the latest developments in the industry. Most of the BCA programs require a candidate to pass in Class 12 / HSC examination. Some of the institutes may demand minimum marks of 50% in class 12 as an eligibility to pursue the program. However, students who have appeared their H.S.C examination and awaiting their results are also eligible to take these tests.

Quest Education BCA Entrance Exam Coaching Programs offers One Year Program for students entering class XII and crash course after board exams. Contact student counselor for details regarding program. Test Series is also available for students from December till exam helping in topic wise preparation.

Time :- Around 300 Hrs Contact Program Which is Spread Over 24 Months.

Classes:- Four hours Once a Week in first half of year and eight hours a week in second half of Year.

Course Covers Each and Every Topic in Detail & Prepares Students for all the Leading B.C.A. Entrance Examinations in India (D.U, J.N.U, Pune, IIT Roorkee, IP etc).
Duration of Hrs Can Increase Depending Upon Students Difficulties & Problem.

Call @ 09891.344.571 for course details.


The course mainly contents software applications and programming. Examples are Java, C- Programming, SQL, and Server, C++, Networking and applications of the operating systems. The related applications have serious implications on the career of the admitted applicants.


Any candidate who has appeared for 10+2 and secured at least 50% marks in his higher secondary exams in any stream with Mathematics or Computer (I.P/C++/Multimedia) as a subject can opt for it.


The course is divided into Six Semesters consisting of two semesters per year i.e. the total number of years that the candidates have to continue for this bachelor degree is three.


Admission to this course is through an entrance exam conducted by different universities. As the number of seats are limited and number of candidates is large so there is a tough competition for the admission to a top institute.


There is no fixed syllabus but objective questions are asked mainly from following areas which are similar to BBA entrance exams:

Reasoning and Analytical Ability 

Reasoning Tests

Direction and Distance Test

Analogy Test

Classification (Odd Man Out) Test

Coding Decoding Test

Number Test

Series Test

Relationships Test

Alpha Numeric Symbol Sequence

Alphabet Test

Ranking Tests

Time Sequence Test

Mathematical Operations

Logical Word Sequence Test

Insert Missing Characters Test

Cubes and Cubical Dice Tests

Data Arrangement Test

Data Sufficiency Test

Logic Tests

Statements Assumptions

Statements Arguments

Statements Conclusions

Statements Action

Logical Diagrams (Venn Diagrams)


General English:

English Vocabulary, Synonyms, Antonyms, Analogies,English Proficiency, Idioms And Phrases, One Word Substitution, Sentence Improvement, Rearrangement of Words in Sentence, Rearrangement of Sentence in Paragraph, Fill in The Blanks, Close Tests, English Usage Errors, Common Errors, Spotting Errors,Inappropriate Usage of Words, Spelling Mistakes (English Usage), English Comprehension.


General Awareness:

General Geography,General History of India, General Economics Study, General Polity, General Science, Sports and Recreation.

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In addition questions are asked from Mathematics and computer science covering following:


Sets, Relations and Functions; Complex Numbers; Sequence and Series; Quadratic Equation; Permutations and Combinations; Binomial Theorem; Logarithm; Matrices; Determinant; Probability; Trigonometrical Ratios and Identities; Trigonometric Equations; Properties of Triangles; Inverse Trigonometric Functions; Heights and Distances; Limits and Continuity; Differentiation; Application of Derivative; Indefinite Integration; Definite Integration; Area Bounded by Region; Differential Equations; Rectangular Cartesian System; The Straight Line; Pair of Straight Lines; The Circle; Parabola; Ellipse; Hyperbola; Vector Algebra; Three Dimensional Geometry

Computer Awareness and Information Technology:

Computer Fundamentals and PC Applications; Computer History; Networking; Operating Systems; DBMS; System Analysis and Design; Software Engineering; Computer Organization; ‘C’ Language; Data Structures.