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Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application (One year course-Semester System)

Graduate Attributes

Aims to make leamers proficient in using computers and leam the latest trends in various subjects of Computers & Information Technology.

They are equipped with the skills required to develop minor projects.

Course Outcomes

Provides skills required for designing, developing applications using core programming languages, Web tools and Data Base Management Systems

To analyse real world problems and design solutions by applying concepts of Software Engineering.

Avenues

Learners may go for higher studies by opting for MCA(Lateral Entry) 2 years course or MSc Computer Science.

The available job profiles for PGDCA Students are DTP operators, Technical Trainer, Software Developer, Web Application Developer, Programmer, Software Engineer, Project Manager (IT), System Analyst and Teachers, to name a few.

No. of Seats : 30

The objective of Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application program is to equip the students thoroughly with necessary qualification, knowledge and skill for a rewarding career in IT industry. The program offers an experience based approach to the students. Technical expertise is the essence of the program. On successful completion of the program students can have their careers as Web Designers, Programmers, Computer based Accountants, Database Handlers and Computer teachers.

Eligibility for PGDCA

Eligibility

A Bachelor or Postgraduate degree in any discipline of the University or a degree of any other University which has been recognized by the Syndicate as equivalent and marks not less than 50% in graduation in aggregate.

(a) Bachelor’s degree of Panjab University under 10+2+3 system of examination with atleast 50% marks in any discipline.

OR

(b) B.E. / B.Tech.

OR

(c) B.Voc. (Software Development). B.Voc. (Hardware and Networking) & B.Voc. Multimedia (Graphics & Animation) course with at least 50% marks.

OR

(d) Any other examination recognized by the Syndicate as equivalent to (a) or (b) or (c) above.

Course Content

Semester I
PGD 1101 Computer Fundamentals
PGD 1102 Computer Programming using C
PGD 1103 Data Base Management System
PGD 1104 Data Communications and Networks
PGD-PR-1105 Lab1 (Based on PGD 1101 &PGD 1102)
PGD-PR-1106 Lab2 (Based onPGD 1103)

Semester II
PGD 2101 Object Oriented Concepts Using JAVA
PGD 2102 Web Technologies
PGD 2103 Software Engineering
PGD 2104 Computer Based Accounting
PGD-PR-2105 Lab3 (Practical based on PGD 2101)
PGD-PR-2106 Lab4 (Practical based on PGD 2102)
PGD 2107 Project Work (Project will involve Development of Business Application/Web Site)

Post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication

Graduate Attributes

The course aims to introduce the learners to the nuances and various tools of Mass Communication.

The students are familiarized with specialized skills required in the fields of print journalism, electronic journalism, advertising and public relations.

Learning Outcomes/Course Outcomes:

The course in Mass Communication forms the basis for preparing students for the rigors of the professional world of mass media.

Besides strengthening the theoretical foundations of the budding media professionals, the course equips them with the requisite skills in the areas like news reporting, editing, copywriting, photography, videography and so on.

Avenues:

The course opens up a plethora of career opportunities before the students who can take up various positions in creative or technical areas in newspapers, magazines, radio, television, digital marketing, advertising and public relations.

The learners also have the option of going for higher studies by opting for MA in Mass Communication (Lateral Entry) at various universities and then appear for UGC-NET exam which will make them eligible for joining the teaching profession.

Eligibility for PGDMC

Eligibility:

A bachelor or Post Graduate degree in any discipline of the University or a degree of any other University which has been recognized by the Syndicate as equivalent there to with not less than 40% marks in the aggregate.

Course Content:

Semester I
Paper 101: Introduction to Mass Communication
Paper 102: Print Media
Paper 103: Electronic Media
Paper 104: Advertising and Public Relations
Paper 105: Practical

Semester II
Paper 106: Introduction to Mass Communication
Paper 107: Print Media
Paper 108: Electronic Media
Paper 109: Advertising and Public Relations
Paper 110: Practical