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Dear Friends, MCA is a PG course and after it we can go for PhD and there are N number of good institute in India that offers PhD after MCA.


MCA Sounds great ...!! U can go for Phd ...



you need to have atleast 3 sem of maths to qualify for mca


yes you have choose computer science or information technogloy


yes , you can do.. if u are very much interested.


phd is a degree in research which a candidate can pursue after postgratution whereas dlit can be done after phd. it is a post phd degree.


i want to join in phd in phiolosophy.i am ama mphil and phd discontinued candidate .am i eligible to phd on lateral entry basis pl mail.


A Phd will at least qualify you for a teaching position somewhere.


A dissertation report is the piece submitted by a PhD candidate. The dissertation report is a way of showing what the candidate has learned about their subject of choice and whether they are an expert.


ya sure...... they can teach computer oriented papers to b.tech(I.T) students...


Masters is always MORE and HIGH VALUE than a Bachelors.It's really very wrong to compare BE / Btech to MCA, because, as you all know that BE / Btech is NOT Eligible for doing Phd (cs/it), as MCA degree is Eligible for Phd. The person, who compare BE / Btech to MCA should study about the difference between a Bachelor's and a Master's Degree.MCA is equivalent to ME (Computer Science and Engineering)Particularly, MCA with Only B.Sc. (Computer Science) background is equivalent to ME (Computer Science).B.Sc. Computer Science (3 Yrs) + MCA (3 Yrs) = 6 Years.BE Computer Science (4 Yrs) + ME (2Yrs) = 6 Years.MCA and ME both are equal.Companies are giving equal priority to both MCA and ME.Two Master's Degrees, MCA and ME, are treated Same for jobs and there is no difference in the competence ratings.Both MCA and ME (Computer Science and Engineering) Professional Degree courses, the contents of theory and practical syllabus are Same.MCA and ME Degree holders are Equal to each other.MCA - Master of Computer Applications.ME - Master of Engineering (Computer Science and Engineering).FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT:MCAMEDegree.comThanks and best regards to you all.


Masters candidate are completing the requirements for the masters degree.ABDs typically have all of the requirements for a PhD except that they haven't completed their dissertation.


Facts:-> MCA is not BTECH/BE.-> MCA just focuses on Software Engineering discipline with minor focus on Maths or Hardware.... So you can never go into Chip Design/VLSI/Microelectronics or even Hardware Design market. But would rather be in support or if you are extremely lucky. You may get work in low end development market, with bad pay-grade.->BE/BTech is good if you want to get into PHD after MTECH. PHD after MCA is now getting rare and only some handful of University allows this. So you will be safe with BTECH & MTECH.->Recent AICTE norms dictates that MCA/M.SC. is not allowed for teaching in Engg. Colleges. So far less job opportunities. BTech again scores high here.->MCA is equvalent to BTECH not ME/MTECH. So beware.....and don't get distracted by the M in MCA. Again, garbage.-> Oh, and IIT or IGNOU or JU or BESU - None allows MCAs to get into PHD. So you have to search for ANY job after getting your MCA.->And (I know this will be tough to hear), MCA is not worth the money. BTECH is a return of investment. You will get promoted early and get a better life quicker then a MCA grad can. New MCA grads will have tough time, so if you are thinking about BCA / MCA, think twice.->Its wrong to compare MCA with BE/BTECH.....MCA is not worth it.----------------------------------------------------Masters is always MORE and HIGH VALUE than a Bachelors.It's really very Wrong to Compare BE / Btech to MCA, because, as you all know that BE / Btech is NOT Eligible for doing Ph.D (CS/IT), as MCA degree is Eligible for Ph.DThe Person, Who Compare BE / Btech to MCA should study about the Difference between a Bachelor's and a Master's Degree.MCA is Equivalent to ME (Computer Science and Engineering).Particularly, MCA with Only B.Sc. (Computer Science) background is Equivalent to ME (Computer Science and Engineering).B.Sc. Computer Science (3 Yrs) + MCA (3 Yrs) = 6Years.BE Computer Science (4 Yrs) + ME (2 Yrs) = 6 Years.MCA and ME both are Equal.Companies are giving Equal priority to both MCA and ME.Two Master's Degrees, MCA and ME, are treated Same for jobs and there is no difference in the competence ratings.Both MCA and ME (Computer Science and Engineering) Professional Degree courses, the contents of theory and practical syllabus are Same.MCA and ME Degree holders are Equal to each other.MCA - Master of Computer Applications.ME - Master of Engineering (Computer Science and Engineering).


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what is the future after done mca and what stream to take after mca for get job


yes its possible to be a mca faculty mca+mtech is enough according to AICTE norms


MCA WITH 2 year experience BE with MCA BE with ME all first class is the AICTE norms 2010 for MCA lecturer....



After bca iam go for mca because mca is the best for next comming year . there are lot of job besd on mca so i gofor mca. and after mca we do self in IT sector


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i can do the mca after completing bcom


what is the minimum salary of a mca?


MCA is very useful degree..



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