B.B.A (C.A)

Establishment / Milestones

This department was established in the year 2007 with only 20 students and it has grown up to the
  current strength of 364 students.
This department was established in order to give specialized knowledge to students who wish to make
  their career in Information Technology field.

Objectives

To make students develop the projects that will help them to improve their programming skills.
To produce expert graduates who would establish good work life balance by enhancing their work goals.
To make students ready to face upcoming career challenges in their professional field.

Highlights

Excellent Infrastructure with spacious class rooms, computer laboratory.
Highly qualified, experienced & approved staff.
Seminars and Guest Lectures by Industrialists and subject experts.
Technical & Non-technical program are arranged to enhance the IT & soft skills.
Project Guidance by alumni’s and industrialists.
Student mentoring system for giving personal touch to each of the students. The faculty member
  provides constant support and every piece of advice to the students whenever he/she faces a problem
  with any aspect of the curriculum or any personal problems.

IT Resources:
Sr.No Name Total No of License
1 Antivirus Software:
Quick heal Seqrite for Windows
Admin Console 500/- Copies
2 Microsoft Campus Agreement



Software:

C.
PHP.
Java.
Netbeans.
Macromedia.
WAMP.
Scratch.
Visual Studio.
Visual Basic 6.0.




Hardware
Lab No. Area No. Of PC Projector Laptop Printer Configuration
Lab I 815.34 sq.ft. 40 01 01 03 INTEL CORE 2 DEUO E8500 @
Lab II 780.89 sq.ft. 40 01 01 04 INTEL I3,2 nd Generation



Staff
Name Of Faculty Designation Qualification Experience Photo
Hemalata Chavan HOD of Computer Applications M.C.A. 13 Teaching,
1.5 Industry
Suvarna Gogate Assistant Professor M.C.A. 11 years
Rutuja Chavan Assistant Professor MCM ,MCA 13 years
Madhuri Gandhi Assistant Professor MCA 4 years
Rupali Deshpande Assistant Professor M.C.A 14 years
Gautami Nahar Assistant Professor M.C.A 5.5 years
Ashlesha Deole Assistant Professor MCA 4.3 (Teaching)
1 (IT Industry)
Snehal Varhadi Assistant Professor M.C.A 5.5 years
Pradnya Gujrathi Assistant Professor M.C.A 5 years
Anuradha Ghodke Assistant Professor M.A., M.Phil. (English), M.B.A. (HR), PhD (Pursuing),DEd. 9 years
Amruta Yash Bhandari Assistant Professor B.E. E&TC 3 Years
Programmes & Courses

After completing Bachelor of Business Administration (Computer Application) B.B.A. (C.A) course, students have many career opportunities in both private and public sector organizations. Various job types available for these graduates are listed below.
Network Administrator
Database Administrator
Software Programmer
Technical Support Associate
System Analyst
QA Tester
Application Developer
IT Consultant
Web Application Developer
Systems Engineer
IT Manager
Client-Server Systems Manager
Software Tester
Project Manager
Computer Systems Specialist Supervisor




Programmes Outcome
Department of Computer Application(BBA(CA))
Programme Outcome After successfully completing B.B.A.(C.A.) Programme students will be able to: PO1: Apply knowledge of computing fundamentals, mathematics and domain knowledge appropriate for the conceptualization of computing models. (Computational Knowledge).
PO2: Identify, analyze, formulate, Design and develop the real world requirements by critical thinking for complex problems in IT enabled services. (Critical Thinking & problem solving approach)
PO3: Recognize the need and adopt appropriate tools and techniques for mode computing practices. (Usage of modern tools)
PO4: Make use of ethical practices and cyber regulations in the computing field for managing software projects in diverse environments. (Ethics & Management)
PO5: Understand the societal, environmental and moral values and its impact with respect to computing, communication, literary and professional practice. (social responsibility)
PO6: Communicate effectively with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports, design documentation and make effective presentations. (communication & team work)
PO7: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change (Lifelong learning).
Programme Specific Outcome After successfully completing B.B.A (C.A.) Programme students will have :
PSO1: The ability to understand, analyze and develop computer programs in different areas.
PSO2: Fundamental knowledge of computers, computer organization and C programming.
PSO3: Knowledge of Relational Database Management System and Advanced Database Management System.
PSO4: Practical knowledge of Networking and Data structures.
PSO5: Practical knowledge of Advanced Web Technology.
PSO6: Learn and practically use various programming languages.
PSO7:Understand and apply software engineering concepts in software project
development through teamwork.



Course Outcome



F.Y.B.B.A. (C.A.)
Subject Code Subject Name Subject Outcome How are they fulfilled?
CA-101 Business Communication CO1: To know the values of communication CO2: To implement channels of communication. CO3: To improve skills set to cope with corporate challenges. 1.MCQs, 2.Group Discussions 3.Role Play 4.Presentation 5.Written Practice wherever necessary
CA-102 Principles of Management CO1:To know the process to have errorless results
CO2:To have unidirectional efforts and understanding
CO3:Creating future knowledgeable leaders and ownership culture
1.Role Play
2.Quiz
3.Presentation
4.Group Discussion
5.Case study
6.MCQ
7.Situation analysis
8.Preparing charts
9.Explaining concepts of Management
10.Practical Examples
11.Eligible Videos
CA-103 C Programming CO1: Develop logic which will help then in creating small applications in C.
CO2: Logic Building.
CO3: Basics of programming structures.
CO4: Strong understanding of programming fundamentals.
1. Explaining them basics of programming.
2. Make them familiar with C’s Tool Chain.
3. Programmatically showing them demonstration of each concept.
4. Designing programs on various problem statements.
CA-104 Database Management System CO1: Use the basics of SQL and construct queries using SQL in database creation and interaction.
CO2: Improve the database design by normalization.
1.Giving Practical Hands on 2.Explaining with Example
CA-105 Statistics CO1 : To understand role and importance of statistics in various business situations
CO2 : To develop skills related with basic statistical technique
CO3 : Develop right understanding regarding tools used for comparison of variables and data interpretation
1. Explaining them the basics of statistics and its importance in today’s world.
2. Give them a demonstration of each concept with the help of PowerPoint presentation.
3. Practicing various problems on the basis of some real life data.
4. Giving them some live examples for practice.
CA-106 Computer Laboratory Based on 103 &104 CO1: Students are able to implement the algorithms and draw flowcharts.
CO2: Implement Programs with pointers and arrays, perform pointer arithmetic, and use the pre-processor.
CO3:Students will be able to enhance their analyzing and problem solving skills and use the same for writing programs in C.
1. According to Practical Workbook Assignments are solved.
2.We give students sets as per their performance
CA-107 Add-On Principles of programming and Algorithms CO1: Development of Analytical/ Logical Thinking.
CO2: Improved problem solving capabilities.
CO3: Learn various types of flowcharts & algorithms
1. Prepared some live examples which students can relate quickly with technical stuff.
2. By solving various types of problems with students and focusing more on way of thinking.
3. Focusing on how to start problem solving whenever a problem statement is given.
CA-201 Organization Behavior & Human Resource Management CO1:To understand the concept of HRM & OB
CO2:To develop knowledge about recent trends
CO3:To understand recent trends in recruitment and selection
CO4: To develop different evaluation skills.
1.MCQ’S 2.Assignments on recent trends in HRM & OB
3. Presentation on trends on recruitment and selection.
4.Video
5.Quiz
CA-202 Financial Accounting CO1:Prepare basic financial transactions
CO2:To understand the kind of accounting relationship between customer and bank & Ability to write necessary set of entries in books of accounts and in cash book and compare them with bank statement to understand their implications and effect
CO3:Ability to understand growing importance of software and to know how to use software and to write books of accounts & Ability to use software like tally for writing of accounts
1.MCQ Test
2.Assignment
3.Eligible videos
4.Demo of Tally software and
Assignment of theory question to
practice
5.Practical Problems
CA-203 Business Mathematics CO1: To learn how to apply the various concepts in business situation.
CO2:To understand how to examine concept of discounts in different business solutions
CO3:To learn how to Work with simple and compound interest, annuities, invoice preparation, trade discounts, taxes
CO4: To understand how to Perform the matrix operations of addition, multiplication and transposition and express a system of simultaneous linear equations in matrix form 2.Determine whether or not a given matrix is invertible and if it is, find its inverse.
CO5: To learn how to Develop linear programming (LP) models.
CO6: To Understand the mathematical tools that are needed to solve optimization problems. Use mathematical software to solve the proposed models.
1. Learning is made easy and interesting through PPT and videos.
2. Real life examples are given to clear concepts.
3.Practical examples
4.Assignment
5.Practice Examples
6.Test
CA-204 Relational database CO1: Students will know the concepts of database management systems, with an emphasis on how to organize, maintain and retrieve - efficiently, and effectively - information from a DBMS.
CO2:Students will learn the basic relational database design, conceptual data modeling practices, some relational database management system , operation and fundamental Structured Query Language (SQL)
CO3: Students will understand relational database concepts and Normalization concepts in database system.
1. Use a desktop database package to create, populate, maintain, and query a database.
2. Demonstrate a rudimentary understanding of programmatic interfaces to a database and be able to use the basic functions of one such interface.
3. Use an SQL interface of a multi-user relational DBMS package to create, secure, populate, maintain, and query a database.
4.Assignments and practical demonstration
CA-205 Web Technology HTML-JS-CSS CO1: Students are able to develop a dynamic webpage by the use of java script and CSS.
CO2: Use knowledge of HTML and CSS code and an HTML editor to create personal and/or business websites following current professional and/or industry standards.
1.Presentations on Small scale projects
2.Assignments to create live web pages
3.Video
4.Practical examples
5.Website creation demonstration



S.Y.B.B.A.(C.A.)
Subject Code Subject Name Subject Outcome
301 Relational Database Management System
  1. Students get the knowledge of Relational Database concepts which is the basic requirements of every organization.
  2. Students get job as a DBA in good organizations.
  3. Students can go for certification too which helps to get good opportunities in their carrier.
301 Data Structure using C
  1. Students get the knowledge of Programming.
  2. Students get job as a Programmer in organizations.
  3. Data Structures using C subject is the basic requirements of every organization.
303 Operating System Concepts
  1. To know system programming
  2. Helps to understand services provided by operating system
  3. To know Scheduling concept and scheduling algorithm
  4. Helps to understand deadlock detection, prevention, avoidance
  5. To know memory management in operating systems.
304 Business Mathematics
  1. Students learned basics of fundamental maths
  2. Studied business problems and conversion into business maths
  3. Learned the concept of LPP and transportation problem
  4. Studied matrices and determinants.
305 Software Engineering
  1. Graduates are knowledgeable of the ethics, professionalism, and cultural diversity in the work environment.
  2. Graduates can prepare and publish the necessary documents required throughout the project lifecycle.
  3. Graduates can effectively contribute to project discussions, presentations, and reviews.
  4. Develops Problem solving Skills
  5. Develops Team work ability.
401 Object Oriented Programming using C++
  1. To learn basic object oriented concept
  2. To write C++ programs that use object oriented concept such information hiding, constructors, destructors
  3. To know Inheritance, Polymorphism and its implementation in programming
  4. Basic understanding of Template and Exception handling
402 Programming in Visual Basic
  1. Students learned about event driven programing
  2. Studied about MDI forms and implementation in projects
  3. Studied different activeX controls
  4. Studied Connectivity and data report in vb
403 Computer Networking
  1. Students can get job as a Network Administrator in any organization.
  2. This subject has wide scope in every MNC’s as Networking is required everywhere.
  3. Students can go for Certifications like CCNA which helps to get better opportunities in M.N.C’s.
404 Enterprise Resource Planning
  1. Through ERP students studied how to work with ERP
  2. How to handle database
  3. Client and Server Connection and Architecture
  4. Linkages of different Organizations
405 Human Resource Management
  1. Contribute to the development, implementation, and evaluation of employee recruitment, selection, and retention plans and processes.
  2. Develop, implement, and evaluate employee orientation, training, and development programs.
  3. It helps students to understand different functions related to HRM & E-HRM
  4. Helps to understand the Importance of HRM in different Organizations



T.Y.B.B.A.(C.A.)
Subject Code Subject Name Subject Outcome
501 Java Programming
  1. Student studied basic knowledge of java programming
  2. Learned the concept of class and objects, and basic concept of abstraction,encapsulation,inheritance and polymorphism
  3. Studied how to deal with the files.
  4. Learned the concept of Frame and related functions.
502 Web Technologies
  1. Give students the basic understanding of how things work in the Web world from the technology point of view as well as to give the basic overview of the different technologies.
  2. Understand how to develop web based applications
  3. Students are able to develop a dynamic webpages.
503 Dot Net Programming
  1. It introduces visual programming and event driven programming practically
  2. To know Architecture of ADO.Net
  3. Helps student to understand object oriented programming in VB.NET
  4. To enhance applications development skills of the students
504 Object Oriented Software Engineering
  1. This subject helps students to get job as a Developer or Tester in software company.
  2. Students will learn the concept of software engineering in object oriented approach.
  3. This subject has wide scope in every MNC’s.
601 Advanced Web Technology
  1. Give students the basic understanding of how things work in the Web world from the technology point of view as well as to give the basic overview of the different technologies.
  2. Understand the concepts of XML and AJAX
  3. Students are able to develop a dynamic webpages.
602 Advance Java
  1. Studied the detailed knowledge of Thread and Multithreading
  2. Studied the basic concept of Java Database
  3. Studied the concept of Servlet and web and how to deal with the client and server on web applications
  4. Learned the concept of networking in java and concept like IP address, Data Input and Output Stream.
603 Recent Trends in IT
  1. This subject helps students to get knowledge of recent trends in Information Technology.
  2. Students will learn the concept of Network Security, Cloud
  3. Students will learn the concept of Network Security, Cloud
  4. Computing etc, which helps students to get job as a developer or network administrator in companies.
604 Software Testing
  1. One of the Imp. Phase of SDLC, Students can get job as a Tester in software company.
  2. This subject has wide scope in every MNC’s as Testing process is required from the starting of every project.
  3. Manual and Automation Testing both covers here, students can go for Certifications also which helps to get better opportunities in M.N.C’s.
Syllabus


Name of Program

Bachelor of Business Administration (Computer Application)


Introduction

The degree shall be titled as Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.)( Computer Application) under the Faculty of Commerce and Management. First Year B.B.A.(CA) w.e.f. the academic year 2019-2020 , Second Year B.B.A.CA) II w.e.f. 2020-2021 and Third Year B.B.A.(CA) III w.e.f. 2021-2022.


Programme Objectives

To produce skill oriented human resource.
To import practical skills among students.
To make industry ready resource.
To bring the spirit of entrepreneurship.


Program Structure

The Program is of a Three Year (Six semesters) Full Time Degree Program.
The program shall be based on credit system comprising 132 credits.


Eligibility for Admission

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Degree course in Bachelor of Business Administration – Computer Application shall have passed 12 the Std. Examination (H.S.C. 10 +2) from any stream with English as passing subject and has secured 40% marks at 12thstd.
Three Years Diploma Course after S.S.C. i.e. 10thStandard of Board of Technical Education conducted by Government of Maharashtra or its equivalent.
Two Years Diploma in Pharmacy after H.S.C., of Board of Technical Education conducted by Government of Maharashtra or its equivalent.
MCVC.


Award of Credits

Each course having 3 credits shall be evaluated out of 100 marks and student should secure at least 40 marks to earn full credits of that course.
Each course with 2 credits for Sem-I &Sem-II, Sem-V &Sem-VI is divided in theory (50%) & practicals (50%) and for Sem-III,IV there will be project subjects studied by students. For all these there will be university evaluation. For Sem-I,II,V&VI (30%Internal & 70%Extrenal)
GPA shall be calculated based on the marks obtained in the respective subject provided that student should have obtained credits for that course.


Evaluation Pattern

Each course carrying 100 marks shall be evaluated with Continuous Assessment (CA) and University Evaluation (UE) mechanism. Continuous assessment shall be of 30 marks while University Evaluation shall be of 70 marks. To pass in a course, a student has to secure minimum 40 marks provided that he should secure minimum 28 marks in University Evaluation (UE).
CA shall be based on internal tests (minimum 2 for 20 marks). In addition, for remaining 10 marks a teacher may assign various activities such as home assignments, tutorials, seminars, presentations, group discussion etc, to the students and evaluate accordingly.


ATKT Rules

A student shall be allowed to keep term for the Second Year, if he/she has a backlog of not more than four theory heads of total number of subjects of the First Year examination, which consist of First & Second Semester.
A student shall be allowed to keep term for the Third Year, if he/she has no backlog of First year & if he/she has a backlog of not more than four theory heads of total number of subjects of the Second year examination, which consist of Third & Fourth Semester.
Standard of Passing –The programme shall be a full time course and the duration of the programme shall be of three years divided into six Semesters. A candidate is required to obtain 40% marks in Internal Assessment, Projects and Semester end SPPU examination. There will be separate passing for SPPU examination.


Method of Evaluation and Evaluation Criteria

1. Internal Assessment 30 marks for all theory related subjects
2. Practical and Project will be evaluated separately 3.SPPU - Examination will be 70 marks.

1) Instructions for teachers for internal evaluation for 30 Marks

The purpose of internal evaluation is to assess the depth of knowledge, understanding and awareness. For this purpose a teacher is expected to use different evaluation methods in order to have rational and objective assessment of the learners and available resources.
The class work will carry 30 marks in each course. Internal Evaluation includes continuous evaluation of a student by adopting variety of techniques such as Assignments, Presentation, Internal examination, Group Discussions , Projects etc. There shall be Four small projects /Tutorials for internal evaluation as compulsory part of assessment (Semester I ,II ,III and IV)


2) Project Examination

For course on Practical and Project work as per the regular practice there will be Written Report and viva presentation of 100 marks at SPPU level. assessment (Semester I ,II ,III and IV)


3) External Examination

There will be written Examination of 70 marks and 3 hrs duration for every course at the end of each Semester.

Setting of Question Papers (Applicable to theory subjects)

1. A candidate shall have to answer the questions in all the subjects in English only.
2. The question papers shall be framed so as to ensure that no part of the syllabus is left out of study by a candidate.
3. The question paper shall be balanced in respect of various topics outlined in the syllabus.
4. The question papers shall have a combination of long, short answer and MCQ type questions.


Restructuring of courses –Equivalence and Transitory Provision

The University will conduct examination of old course for next three academic years from the date of implementation of new course.
The candidate of old course will be given three chances to clear his subjects as per the old course and thereafter he will have to appear for the subjects under new course as per the equivalence given to old course


Completion of Degree Program

A student who earns 132 credits, shall be considered to have completed the requirements of the B.B.A.(CA) degree program and CGPA will be calculated for such student.

Curricular activity

IT- Fiesta (inhouse Software Competition)
Conducted Remedial / Bridge course
Speaking Club
Creative Hub

Co- Curricular activity

Workshop on Internet of Things (IoT)
Workshop on Software Testing
Parent’s Meeting
Mahindra Pride Soft Skill Training
FUEL Aptitude Training

Extra-curricular activity

Guest Lecture on Motivation towards Career in IT Industry
Guest Lecture on Business Intelligence
Industrial Visiting & Training,Computer Networking I-Mediata,Baner

Social concern

SwachhataAbhiyan Rally
NSS Foundation Day
Road Safety and Environment Awareness Program
Blood Donation Camp
Tree Plantation
No Vehicle Day


Achievements:
Sr.No Name Of Student Competition name College/Institute
1 Mr.Vaibhav Vishwakarma Best Event Manager National Institute of Event Management,Pune
2 Mr.Vaibhav Vishwakarma Techno Case-2018 IICMR
3 Mr.Shubham Yadav Best Event Manager National Institute of Event Management,Pune
4 Mr.Badal Chauhan IOT Python workshop PIBM,Chinchwad
5 Mr.Badal Chauhan Intercollegiate Manghanmal Udharam
6 Ms. Rutuja Yengul Best Event Manager National Institute of Event Management,Pune
7 Ms.Yashika Oswal X-Quiz IT Balaji College,Wakad
8 Ms.Aishwariya Dure X-Quiz IT Balaji College,Wakad
9 Ms.Yashika Oswal Ghe Bharari Rasiklal Dhariwal College,Pune
10 Mr.Rushiprasad Narwade ‘Quizathon’-IT Quiz Garware College
11 Mr.Sanket Jogdand ‘Quizathon’-IT Quiz Garware College
12 Mr.Rahul Nair “Explore the Scientist in You”- Research Paper- SQL Injection Dr.D.Y.Patil,Arts,Commerce and Science College Pimpri
13 Ms.Jyoti Soni “Explore the Scientist in You”- Research Paper- SQL Injection Dr.D.Y.Patil,Arts,Commerce and Science College Pimpri
14 Ms.Jyoti Soni “Explore the Scientist in You”- Research Paper- MOOC Dr.D.Y.Patil,Arts,Commerce and Science College Pimpri
15 Ms. Anjali Kanojia “Explore the Scientist in You”- Research Paper- MOOC Dr.D.Y.Patil,Arts,Commerce and Science College Pimpri
16 Mr.Robin Madhappa “Explore the Scientist in You”- Research Paper- Virtual Personal Assistant Dr.D.Y.Patil,Arts,Commerce and Science College Pimpri
17 Mr.Kartik Yajurvedia “Explore the Scientist in You”- Research Paper- Virtual Personal Assistant Dr.D.Y.Patil,Arts,Commerce and Science College Pimpri
Alumni
Name Organization Education
Mr.SiddhuKaulpure Sr.Developer,KPIT MCA
Mr. Rajesh Patankar Capgemeni,Pune MCA
Mr.ArshadNaik All Scripts,Pune MCA
Ms. Sonia Patel Tech Mahindra,Hinjawadi,Pune MCA
Ms.AshviniPatil Capgemeni,Pune MCA