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'''Bachelor of Computer Applications''' ('''BCA''') is an [[bachelor's degree|undergraduate]] academic degree in computer application awarded in India after completion of three years course.{{Citation needed|date=September 2010}} B.C.A. or Bachelor of Computer Application is a course which is equivalent with B.Tech/B.E in Computer Science or Information technology. It is a 3-year (six semesters) undergraduate programme.<ref>[[Christ University]]. [http://www.christuniversity.in/Computer%20Science%20and%20Applications/progdetails.php?division=Deanery%20of%20Sciences&dept=62&prid=21#cr Department of Computer Science and Applications]</ref> Full time BCA programmes normally take three academic years. More than one thousand institutions provide BCA courses in India with an annual intake of more than 60,000 students. {{Fact|date=November 2011}}
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'''Bachelor of Computer Applications''' ('''BCA''') is an [[bachelor's degree|undergraduate]] academic degree in computer application awarded in India after completion of three years course.{{Citation needed|date=September 2010}} B.C.A. or Bachelor of Computer Application is a course which is equivalent with lol/rofl in Computer Science or Information technology. It is a 3-year (six semesters) undergraduate programme.<ref>[[Christ University]]. [http://www.christuniversity.in/Computer%20Science%20and%20Applications/progdetails.php?division=Deanery%20of%20Sciences&dept=62&prid=21#cr Department of Computer Science and Applications]</ref> Full time BCA programmes normally take three academic years. More than one thousand institutions provide BCA courses in India with an annual intake of more than 60,000 students. {{Fact|date=November 2011}}
   
 
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