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Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA)

To prepare the students for roles pertaining to Computer Applications and IT industry and help them develop programming skills, networking skills and learn application packages, programming languages and modern techniques of Information Technology, the department of Bachelor of Computer Application was established at Meerut Institute of Technology in the year 2018. Students get to participate in friendly group activities. Clubs and other forms of group exercises help keep students engaged in co-curricular activities.
Course level Undergraduate
Duration 3 years with six semesters
Eligibility XII from a recognized educational board with minimum score of 50%.
Employment Roles Programmer, System Analyst, Network Designer, System Manager, etc.

Programme Objective:
  • To enhance proficiency in the higher level of computer Applications .
  • To expose the computing and computational principles of the information technology domain by offering state-of- art infrastructure and latest curriculum.
  • To inculcate the practice of offering intensive software solutions for the complex problems with the aid of appropriate latest software tools and techniques.
Here are some key highlights of the BCA course.
  • Application Development using ORACLE & JAVA.
  • SAP exposure, PYTHON Labs, E-Yantra Labs
  • Mobile Applications development using ANDROID
  • 100% placement assistance in reputed companies for meritorious students
  • Guest lectures, Industrial visits.
  • State-of-the-art computer labs and latest software's available to facilitate hands on experience

Please contact us today for further information about BCA course.

  • A leading IT institute providing industry-oriented and research-based computer education training; and producing technically competent and ethically sound versatile technocrats professionals; hence thereby contributing towards building a strong, independent developed nation
  • To work globally towards community development through knowledge and Technological skills.
  • To be efficient, effective community acceptable and excel in education and service.
  • To impart knowledge and interact with organization of similar interest to meet global competency.
  • To be an active component of national educational System.
  • To provide essential technical education infrastructure, include discipline and essential skills to face global competition.
  • Develop adaptability to technological skills, to meet the challenges of changing world effectively.
  • Induce knowledge that faster self- learning, continuous improvement and innovation in higher education.
  • Efficiency, quality, continuous improvement and innovative in all the process of our system.
  • Hands-on Trainings and Workshops to gain the practical knowledge of technical education
  1. Chief Information Officer
  2. Computer Programmer
  3. Computer Scientist
  4. Computer Support Service Specialist
  5. Computer Systems Analyst
  6. Database Administrator
  7. Information Systems Manager
  8. Software Developer
  9. Software Publisher
  10. Systems Administrator
  11. Start-Up

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO 1: To produce professionally competent graduates for successful careers in software & IT industry.

PEO 2: To apply the practical experience in order to reinforce their theoretical knowledge involving their role as advisors to contemporary social problems.

PEO 3: To improve personality, induce team spirit and leadership quality among students.

PEO 4: To inspire students to make learning a life-long practice and to inculcate among them ethics and codes of professional practice.

PEO 5: To provide technical knowledge to enhance the analysis and design skills for implementing, formulating and solving multidisciplinary computing problems.

S. N. Subject Code Subject Name Course Outcomes
1 BCA 101 MATHEMATICS - I CO1 To familiar with determinant and matrices.
CO2 To formulate Limits, Continuity & Differentiability.
CO3 To demonstrate a working knowledge Definite & Indefinite Integrals.
CO4 To define vectors in 2 and 3 dimensions & physical interpretation of scalar and vector product.
CO5 To develop analytical ability to solve real world problems using these methodologies.
2 BCA 102 PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLE AND ALGORITHM CO1 To Remember the basic programming fundamentals of C programming
CO2 To Understand the structure of C program and use of built-in operators
CO3 To Understand the use of header files, decision structure, loop control structure and functions
CO4 To Develop an algorithm and flow chart to solve the problem
CO5 To Develop programs using decision structures, loops and functions
3 BCA 103 COMPUTER FUNDAMENTAL AND OFFICE AUTOMATION CO1 Identify computer hardware, software
CO2 Use systems development, word-processing, spreadsheet, and presentation
CO3 Understand binary, hexadecimal and octal number systems and their arithmetic
CO4 Basic Knowledge of various types of  operating systems
CO5 Basic Idea About Command Line Interface
4 BCA 104 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT CO1 To understand basic concept meaning of principles of management
CO2 To develpo an understanding of functions of management planning meaning, types of organization there needs and difficulties
CO3 To identify the meaning,  importance and techniques of leadership
CO4 To apply the knowledge of strategic management and decision making
5 BCA 106 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION CO1 To understand basic concept of business communication and principles to prepare effective communication for domestic and international business situations
CO2 To demonstrate their verbal and non-verbal communication skills through oral and written presentations.
CO3 To stimulate their critical thinking by designing and developing clean and lucid writing skills.
CO4 To develop an understanding of appropriate organizational formats and channels used in business communication.          
CO5 To gain an understanding of IT Technology for Business communication.
6 BCA 108 (008) ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES CO1 To understand the basics aspects associated with structure and function of ecological systems.
CO2 To understand the importance of natural resources and the need of their conservation for a sustainable environment.
CO3 To analyze the impact of human and pollution on environment.
CO4 To identify their roles, responsibilities as a citizen, consumers and environmental actors in a complex interconnected world.
CO5 To write and communicate effectively about environmental issues and problems.
CO2 Basic concept of windows operating system and various application.
CO3 Basic concept of MS word and their various application.
CO4 Basic knowledge of MS-Excel and their application.
CO5 Basic idea of Power Point Presentation and how to use it like creation of ppt on any topic.
8 BCA 107 COMPUTER LABORATORY & PRACTICAL WORK OF C PROGRAMMING CO1 Apply the specification of syntax rules for numerical constants and variables, data types
CO2 Usage of Arithmetic operator, Conditional operator, logical operator and relational operators
CO3 Read, understand and trace the execution of programs written in C language
CO4 Write C programs using decision making, and looping constructs
CO5 Able to write c program using functions
9 BCA 201 MATHEMATICS - II CO1 To understand sets and perform operations and algebra on sets.
CO2 To develop the ability to understand the double and triple integral
CO3 To apply the basics concepts of straight line
CO4 To apply the basic concepts of Euler’s Theorem
10 BCA 202 C PROGRAMMING CO1 Introduces with different data types, preprocessor directives, Bitwise operators and command line arguments in the C language
CO2 To understand the concept of array, string and file handling in C programming
CO3 Understand the dynamics of memory by the use of pointers, structure and union 
CO4 Develop logics which will help them to create programs
11 BCA 203 ORGANIZATION BEHAVIOR CO1 To comprehend the nature, functioning and design of organizations as social collectives.
CO2 To analyze the behavior of individuals and groups in organizations.
CO3 To explain cause and effect of different behaviors in the organizations.
CO4 To contrast the reciprocal relationship between the organizational leaders, managerial behavior, and their subordinates.
CO5 To develop conceptual understanding of change and its implementation.
12 BCA 204 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS & COMPUTER ORGANIZATION CO1 To learn the basics of gates.
CO2 To construct basic combinational circuits and verify their functionalities
CO3 To apply the design procedures to design basic sequential circuits
CO4 To learn about counters & Registers
CO5 To understand and examine the structure of various number systems and its application in digital design.
13 BCA 205 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING & MANAGEMENT CO1 To gain knowledge of basic concepts/scope of accounting.
CO2 To compose financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
CO3 To analyze, Solve and communicate the information contained in basic financial statements and Appraise the limitations of such statements.
CO4 To  evaluate the working capital requirements of an organization
14 BCA 206 Computer Laboratory & Practical work C Programming CO1 Acquire logical thinking, Implement the algorithms and analyze their complexity, Identify the correct and efficient ways of solving problems. 
CO2 Implement real time functions using the power of C language features. 
CO3 C programs using decision making, branching, looping constructs.
CO4 Applying  and Writing C programs to implement one dimensional and two dimensional arrays. ( Dynamic Memory Allocation )
CO5 Applying the specification of syntax rules for numerical constants and variables, data types.
15 BCA 301 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING (OOPs) CO1 To understand the difference between the C and C++
CO2 To describe the object-oriented programming approach in connection with C++
CO3 To apply the concepts of object-oriented programming
CO4 To Illustrate the process of data file manipulations using C++
CO5 To applying Polymorphism.
16 BCA 302 DATA STRUCTURE USING C & C++ CO1 To understand the concept of Dynamic memory management, data types, algorithms, Big O notation.
CO2 To understand basic data structures such as arrays, linked lists, stacks and queues.
CO3 To describe the hash function and concepts of collision and its resolution methods.
CO4 To solve problem involving graphs, trees and heaps.
CO5 To apply Algorithm for solving problems like sorting, searching, insertion and deletion of data.
17 BCA 303 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE & ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE CO1 To understand the theory and architecture of central processing unit.
CO2 To analyze some of the design issues in terms of speed, technology & performance.
CO3 To design a simple CPU with applying the theory concepts.
CO4 To learn the concepts of parallel processing, pipelining.
CO5 To define different number systems, binary addition and subtraction, 2’s complement representation and operations with this representation.
18 BCA 304 BUSINESS ECONOMICS CO1  To gain knowledge of basic concepts and fundamentals of economics
CO2  To develop practical understanding of various economics concepts in business.
CO3 To apply the basic concepts of different market structure in long run and short run of business.
CO4 To compute various measures regarding macroeconomic concerns 
CO5 To take appropriate decision and applying the concept of issues of dumping ,Exim policy of 2004-09,WTO concept , Globalization, group of twenty(g-20)
19 BCA 305 ELEMENTS OF STATISTICS CO1 To gain Knowledge of basic concepts / fundamentals of statistics.
CO2 To develop practical understanding of various statistics concepts.
CO3 To compute various measures of central tendency, Measures of Dispersion, Permutations & Combinations, SQC and their implementation in solving the numerical problems.
CO4 To apply the basic concepts of probability and solve the numerical problems.
CO5 To Take appropriate decisions and applying the Concept of Analytics and logical thinking.
20 BCA 306 COMPUTER LABORATORY & PRACTICAL WORK OF OOPs CO1 To strengthen problem solving ability by using the characteristics of an object-oriented approach.
CO2 To design applications using object oriented features
CO3 To teach the student to implement object oriented concepts
21 BCA 307 COMPUTER LABORATORY & PRACTICAL WORK OF DS CO1 Develop simple C Programs using pointers and Functions.
CO2 Develop C program for Linear data structure operations and its applications
CO3 Experiment with File Manipulation concepts 
CO4 Develop programs using various sorting algorithms 
CO5 Develop programs using different searching methods
22 BCA 401 COMPUTER GRAPHICS & MULTIMEDIA APPLICATION CO1 To understand the basics of computer graphics, different graphics systems and applications of computer graphics.
CO2 To develop an understanding of various algorithms for scan conversion   
CO3  To apply the concept of the techniques of clipping, two dimensional transformations and three dimensional transformations.
CO4 To perform the use of multimedia
23 BCA 402 OPERATING SYSTEM CO1 To  describe and explain the fundamental components of a computer operating system..
CO2 To define, restate, discuss, and explain the policies for scheduling, deadlocks, memory management, synchronization, system calls, and file systems.
CO3 To design and construct the following OS components: System calls, Schedulers, Memory management systems, Virtual Memory and Paging systems.
CO4 To describe and extrapolate the interactions among the various components of computing systems.
CO5 To explain in detail how a system call is made and returns.
24 BCA 403 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING CO1 To decompose the given project in various phases of a lifecycle.
CO2 To choose appropriate process model depending on the user requirements.
CO3 To Perform various life cycle activities like Analysis, Design, Implementation, Testing and Maintenance.
CO4 To know various processes used in all the phases of the product.
CO5 To apply the knowledge, techniques, and skills in the development of a software product.
25 BCA 404 OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES CO1 To gain Knowledge of the concepts / fundamentals of algorithms. 
CO2 To develop practical understanding of various optimization techniques.
CO3 To compute various optimization techniques like LPP, Queuing Theory, Replacement Theory, Inventory Theory and Job Sequencing and their implementation.
CO4 To formulate & implement the numerical methods in solving business related problems.
CO5 To take appropriate decisions using logical thinking.
26 BCA 406 MATHEMATICS - III CO1 To develop the ability to understand the complex number system.
CO2 To develop an understanding of convergence and divergence of infinite series.
CO3 To understand the basics of Directional derivatives, total differential, gradient, divergence,     curl, Line integrals.
CO4 To understand the fundamentals of the Formation of partial differential equations. Types of solutions. PDEs of the first order.
CO5 To determine solutions to second order linear homogeneous and non-homogeneous differential equations with   constant coefficients. 
27 BCA 405 COMPUTER LABORATORY & PRACTICAL WORK OF CGMA CO1 Understand the basics of computer graphics, different graphics systems and applications of computer graphics.
CO2 Discuss various algorithms for scan conversion and filling of basic objects and their comparative analysis.
CO3 Use of geometric transformations on graphics objects and their application in composite form.
CO4 To evaluate multimedia application for its optimum performance.
CO5 Understand various file formats for audio, video and text media.
28 BCA 501 INTRODUCTION TO DBMS CO1 To describe DBMS architecture, physical and logical database designs, database modeling, relational, hierarchical and network models.
CO2 To identify basic database storage structures and access techniques such as file organizations, indexing methods including B?tree, and hashing.
CO3 To learn and apply Structured query language (SQL) for database definition and database manipulation.
CO4 To demonstrate an understanding of normalization theory and apply such knowledge to the normalization of a database.
CO5 To understand the principles of storage structure and recovery management.
29 BCA 502 JAVA PROGRAMMING AND DYNAMIC WEBPAGE DESIGN CO1 To implement, compile, test and run Java programs comprising more than one class
CO2 To understand the concept of package, interface, multithreading and jdbc in java 
CO3 To design and develop simple GUI application in java
CO4 To design the simple web page
CO5 To make use of members of classes found in the Java API
30 BCA 503 COMPUTER NETWORK CO1 To understand the basic terminology of computer networks.
CO2 To analyze the services and features of the various layers in the protocol stack. 
CO3 To understand the routing algorithm and protocols those are used in network communication.
CO4 To understand security threats, security services and mechanisms to counter.
31 BCA 504 NUMERICAL METHODS CO1 To apply numerical methods to find our solution of algebraic equations using different methods under     different conditions, and numerical solution of system of algebraic equations.
CO2 To apply various interpolation methods and finite difference concepts.
CO3 To work out numerical differentiation and integration whenever and wherever routine methods are not applicable.
CO4 To able solve simultaneous linear equations with different methods.
CO5 To work numerically on the ordinary differential equations using different methods through the theory of finite differences.
32 BCA 505 COMPUTER LABORATORY & PRACTICAL WORK OF DBMS CO1 Apply the basic concepts of Database Systems and Applications
CO2 Use the basics of SQL and construct queries using SQL in database creation and interaction
CO3 Design a commercial relational database system (Oracle, MySQL) by writing SQL using the system
CO4 Analyze and Select storage and recovery techniques of database system
33 BCA 506 COMPUTER LABORATORY & PRACTICAL WORK OF JAVA PROGRAMMING & DYNAMIC WEBPAGE DESIGN CO1 Write, compile, and execute Java programs that may include basic data types and control flow constructs
CO2 Implement, compile, test and run Java programs comprising more than one class
CO3 Write, compile and execute Java programs using object oriented class structures with parameters, constructors, including inheritance and exception handling etc.
CO4 Write, compile, and execute Java programs using arrays, string, recursion and file handling.
CO5 Write, compile, execute Java programs that include GUIs and event driven programming
34 BCA 507 MINOR PROJECT CO1 To study independently in chosen domain of Information Technology and programming 
CO2 To learn about project planning, execution, tracking, audit and closure of project.
CO3 To understand current technologies and future trends in IT Project Management.
CO4 Gather, organize, summarize and interpret technical literature with the purpose of formulating a project proposal.
CO5 Write a technical report summarizing state-of-the art on an identified topic.
35 BCA 601 COMPUTER NETWORK SECURITY CO1 To identify some of the factors driving the need for network security
CO2 To  identify and classify particular examples of attacks.
CO3 To define the terms vulnerability, threat and attack
CO4 To identify physical points of vulnerability in simple networks.
CO5 To compare and contrast symmetric and asymmetric encryption systems and their vulnerability to attack, and explain the characteristics of hybrid systems.
36 BCA 602 INFORMATION SYSTEM CO1 To understand the basic principles and working of information technology.
CO2 Describe the role of information technology and information systems
CO3 To contrast and compare how internet and other information technologies
CO4 To give an overall perspective of the importance of application of internet technologies
CO5 To Give Idea about internet & other similar technology
37 BCA 603 E-COMMERCE CO1 To analyze the impact of E-commerce on business models and strategy.
CO2 To describe the major types of E-commerce.
CO3 To explain the process that should be followed in building an E-commerce presence.
CO4 To identify the key security threats in the E-commerce environment.
CO5 To describe how procurement and supply chains relate to B2B E-commerce.
38 BCA 604 KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT CO1 To remember different knowledge management concepts.
CO2 To create an understanding of data mining and knowledge discovery
CO3 To understand the use of one of the approaches of MIS i.e. Executive information system for developing the strategic information in an organization.
CO4 To evaluate different approaches of MIS and take business decisions for different organizations.
CO5 To analyze the relationship between information, tacit knowledge, explicit knowledge and organizational knowledge.
39 BCA 605P MAJOR PROJECT CO1 To design an Online Project with advanced technologies of their choice.
CO2 To meet the requirements of the industry.
CO3 To develop a project professionally
CO4 To prepare a SRS report.
CO5 To develop good presentation skills.


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The outcomes for the course are designed, considering that BCA graduates will be able:

PO 1: To develop software solutions to problems across a broad range of application domains through analysis and design.

PO 2: To apply knowledge of computing fundamentals, computing specialization and domain knowledge for the abstraction and conceptualization of computing models from defined problems and requirements

PO 3: To understand and analyze a given real-world problem and propose feasible computing solutions.

PO 4: To analyze customer requirements, create high level design, implement and document robust and reliable software systems.

PO 5: To transform complex business scenarios and contemporary issues into problems, investigate, understand and propose integrated solutions using emerging technologies

PO 6: To use the techniques, skills and modern hardware and software tools necessary for innovative software solutions.


Mr. Lalit kumar
Designation Associate Professor & Head
Graduation BCA
Post graduation MCA , M.Tech(Computer Science)
Doctorate Ph.D (Pursuing)
Teaching experience 16 Years
Email id lalit.kumar@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest
  • Programming in C, C++
  • ERP, Cloud Computing
  • DBMS, Operating System
  • Computer Network
  • Software Engineering
  • Computer Organization, Graph Theory 
Mr. Manoj Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Sc
Post graduation MCA,  M.Phil (CS)
Teaching experience 12.5 Years
Industry experience 01 Years
Email id manoj.kumar@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Programming in C, Programming in C++, Programming in Java, Data Structure, Operating System, Computer Graphics
Sonam Tomar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation BCA
Post graduation MCA
Doctorate Ph.D (pursuing)
Teaching experience 9 Years
Email id sonam.tomar@mitmeerut.ac.in
Area of interest Operating system, Programming in C, C++, DBMS, Computer Networks
Deepa Singhal
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification MCA , BCA
Teaching experience 3.5 years
Industry experience NIL
Email id deepa.singhal@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Computer Science
Preeti Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification MCA
Teaching experience 5 years
Industry experience 2 years
Email id preeti.sharma@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Computer Science
Divya Gupta
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 4 years
Industry experience NIL
Email id divya.gupta@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Computer Science and Engineering
Komal Panwar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B Tech
Post graduation M Tech
Teaching experience 3 years
Industry experience NIL
Email id Komal.panwar@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Web designing , c programming language,c++, PHP, oracle database, Reasearch Area etc.
Aditi Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation BCA
Post graduation MCA
Teaching experience 3 years
Industry experience 6 years
Email id aditi@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization C, C++, Data Structure, Graphic Designing, Web Designing, Digital Marketing.
Shivali Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Sc.(PSM)
Post graduation M.Sc.(Statistics)
Doctorate M. Phil. ,Ph.D. (Pursuing)
Teaching experience 9 years
Industry experience NIL
Email id shivali.sharma@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Statistics, Research.
Rahul Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation BCA
Post graduation MCA
Teaching experience 2.5 years
Industry experience 5 years
Email id rahul.sharma1@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization C,C++, AWS
Vaijayanti Mala
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Sc.(P.C.M.)
Post graduation M.Sc. (Mathematics)
Teaching experience 8 months
Industry experience NIL
Email id vaijayanti.mala@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Inventory Theory, Supply Chain Management
Tanu Dixit
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.C.A
Post graduation M.C.A
Teaching experience 1.10 year
Industry experience NIL
Email id tanu@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization C programing, DBMS, Software Engineering, Network Security
Gulafshan Parveen
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.A
Post graduation M.C.A
Teaching experience 3 year
Industry experience NIL
Email id Gulafshan.parveen@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization C programing, java, Python
Annu kumari
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech.(CS)
Post graduation M.Tech. (CS)
Teaching experience 10 months
Industry experience NIL
Email id Annu.kumari@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization C,C++
Dr. Anika Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Sc
Post graduation M.Sc.(Statistics)
Doctorate M. Phil. ,Ph.D.
Teaching experience 6 years
Industry experience NIL
Email id anika.sharma@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Statistics, Research.
Shubham Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.A. (Mathematics)
Post graduation M.A. (Mathematics), M.Phill. (Mathematics)
Doctorate Ph.D. Pursuing
Teaching experience 2 Years
Industry experience NIL
Email id shubham.kumar1@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, Fuzzy Logic, Applied Mathematics
Danish Khan
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech. (CS)
Teaching experience 1 Year
Industry experience NIL
Email id danish.khan@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Computer Architecture and Assembly Language
Dr. Neeraj Pratap
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification MCA. M.Tech ( IT ), Ph.D.
Teaching experience 14 Years
Industry experience NIL
Email id neeraj.pratap@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Computer Science
Dr. Mohd Sadim
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech (CSE), Ph.D.
Teaching experience 11 Years
Industry experience NIL
Email id mohd.sadim@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Computer Science
Nidhi Parashar
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech (CS), NET
Teaching experience 15 Years
Industry experience NIL
Email id nidhi.parashar@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Computer Science
Mayank Parashar
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification MCA, M.Tech(CS)
Teaching experience 14 Years
Industry experience NIL
Email id mayank.parashar@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Computer Science
Yogesh Joshi
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification MCA
Teaching experience 06 Months
Industry experience NIL
Email id yogesh.joshi@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Computer Science
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification MCA
Teaching experience 10 Years
Industry experience NIL
Email id ravikant@mitmeerut.ac.in
Specialization Computer Science








Dr. Neeraj Pratap

Chief Proctor


Dr. Ashish Kumar

Additional Chief Proctor


Ms. Sonam Tomar



Mr. Akhilesh Pandey



Ms. Sakshi Goyal



Mr. Ankit Galiyan



Dr. Digvijay Singh



Ms. Nidhi Parashar



Mr. Sanjay Kumar



Mr. Ankit Gupta



Mr. Jonee Panwar



Ms. Sultana Zakiya



Dr. Mohd. Sadim (Warden, Boys Hostel)

Ex officio Member


Ms. Ritima (Warden, Girls Hostel)

Ex officio Member


Mr. K.N. Tripathi

(Special Invitee)


S. No.  Name of Faculty Designation 
1 Mr. Kailash Nath Tripathi Asstt. Professor
2 C A Swati Gupta Controller of Account & Finance
3 Mr. Ravi Ranjan Kumar Asstt. Professor
4 Dr. Mohd. Sadim Asstt. Professor
5 Dr. Jay Prakash Kannaujia Asstt. Professor
6 Mr. Ankit Gupta Asstt. Professor
7 Mr. Lalit Kumar  Asstt. Professor
8 Mr. Ayush Goel Student
9 Ms. Shivangi Garg Student


S. No.  Faculty Name  Designation 
1 Mrs. Nidhi Parashar  Asstt. Professor 
2 Mrs. Himani Mishra Asstt. Professor
3 Ms. Ritima Hostel Warden
4 Ms. Ruchi Mittal Asstt. Professor 
5 Ms. Sheetal  Asstt. Professor
6 Ms. Sonam Tomar Asstt. Professor
7 Ms. Ayushi Raj Student
8 Ms. Aasma Siddiqui Student


Value Added Course

1st Semester

2nd Semester

Professional Communication




3rd Semester

4th Semester


Sales force Classes

5th Semester

6th Semester

Aptitude classes and English classes

Group Discussion and Interview sessions

*Amazon Web Services (AWS)  training for all Semester

Document Required for Admission

  1. Photocopy of X & XII-marksheets
  2. Photocopy of Passing Certificates
  3. Original Migration Certificate
  4. 4 recent Passport size photographs
  5. Photocopy of Aadharcard and Student and Parent Photocopy 
  6. Gap Year Certificate (In case Gap of 1 or 2 years after XII)

Job Oriented Programmes

  1. Photocopy of X & XII-marksheets
  2. Photocopy of Passing Certificates
  3. Original Migration Certificate
  4. 4 recent Passport size photographs
  5. Photocopy of Aadharcard and Student and Parent Photocopy 
  6. Gap Year Certificate (In case Gap of 1 or 2 years after XII)


MIT has hostel for boys and girls. The overall charge of student's discipline and hostel administration vests in the Chief Warden. All the hostel rooms are provided with Wi-Fi connectivity with 24 hours internet. The hostels provide 24 hour's electricity supply, water heaters.


Auditorium is a facility that strives to meet the needs of the college. MIT has designed centrally air-conditional multipurpose auditorium with the seating capacity of 300 students. It is equipped with latest audio-video system which fulfill the requirement of conferences, workshops, guest lectures, technical and cultural events.

Medical Facilities

Campus has a medical centre with a full time medical attendant to look after the health of students with basic facilities like first aid and medication. The institute not only provides comprehensive medical facilities to the students living in hostel but also to day scholars.

Transport facility

MIT has its own fleet of Buses & Ambulances. Institute provides transport facility to the interested candidates on various routes depending on the minimum availability of the students. The vehicles also ply as transport to our hostellers to the examination centers during the end semester examinations.


Canteen at institute provides fresh snacks items like tea, coffee, juice, cold drinks etc to students & visitors at nominal cost.


Eligibility For Admissions in BCA

Candidates seeking admission for BCA Programme must have passed 10+2 (or its equivalent) with at least 45% marks in examination from a recognized Board/University


Candidates appeared in +2 examinations and awaiting their results are also eligible to apply. Their candidature, however shall be considered, subject to their clearing the qualifying examination