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  • To increase no. of companies visiting campus for placement.
  • To Establish good rapport with reputed firms & Universities(In & abroad)
  • To support/encourage students to become entrepreneurs.
  • To encourage faculty to do consultancy activities on IT related products/services.
  • To motivate students to support in implementation of their innovative ideas and file patent.

Educational Objectives of MCA Programare:

  • To facilitate teaching-learning practices to provide basic foundation of information technology and high- level of practical skills.
  • To enable educated, expressive, ethical and responsible citizens which will contribute to society with proven expertise by strong practical skills along with human values.
  • To provide environment that develops a positive attitude among students, concerning their profession and its impact on society and a desire to continue to grow intellectually and professionally in their chosen field i.e.to pursue life-long learning to fulfill their goals.
  • To enable students to identify problems from real life, perceive and offer effective computer based solutions.
  • To prepare students to accept the challenges of modern socio-economic competitive scenario and enable them for self-employabilitythrough demonstration of good analytical, design and implementation skills
  • To prepare the Post Graduate students for a prolific career in Software Industry and inculcate an urge for Research by providing  the conducive environment  in teaching and learning process in the core and emerging areas.
  • Develop an ability to apply knowledge of computer science in practice for solving real time issues.
  • Develop an ability to identify, analyticallystudy, frame and develop computer applications
  • Develop an ability to use technologies and models for computing practice.
  • Develop an ability to select modern computing tools and techniques and use them with agility
  • Develop an ability to communicate ideas effectively for the purpose of effective implementation.
  • Develop an ability to design a system to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
  • Develop an ability to demonstrate team work with the ability of management, analytical reasoning for solving grave problems
  • Develop an ability to enhance desire for lifelong learning.
  • Develop an ability to function professionally with ethical responsibility as an individual as well as in teams with positive attitude
  • Develop an ability to understand cross cultural, communal, professional, lawful and ethical issues prevailing in working environment.

MCA post graduates are hired both by Government agencies and private IT companies. After some experience, a Software Engineer can become a Lead, an Analyst, project Manager and so on. Initially MCA students are given a few weeks of training, before they get started on LIVE projects. These training is generally in the last semester of GTU curriculum. They experience actual company environment and got trained with well-known IT Organizations.

Following are some of the areas where one starts his/her career after successful completion of MCA.

Government Organization Jobs

  • University Professor
  • Banking
  • Railway
  • BHEL
  • IOCL
  • NTPC
  • Power Grid
  • SAIL
  • GAIL
  • MTNL
  • ISRO
  • DRDO

Private Job Posts

  • Scientist
  • Data scientists
  • Analyst
  • Data analyst
  • System Analyst
  • Software Application Architect
  • Software Consultant
  • Designing
  • Web Designer
  • Graphics Designer
  • Developer
  • Project Leader
  • Mobile Application Developer
  • Game Developer
  • Software or Web Developer/Programmer
  • ERP / MIS System Developer

Testing

  • Software Trouble-shooter
  • Software Tester

Database

  • Database Admin (DBA)

Other

  • Hardware Engineer
  • Network Engineer

Business Development

  • IT Manager
  • Digital Marketing Manager
  • Technical Writer
  • Business Development Officer

Self-employment

  • Starting a new Venture
  • Freelancer

Eligibility for Admissions:

MCA- Lateral Entry (2 Years with 4 semesters): 

Recognized Bachelor’s  Degree of minimum 3 years duration in BCA, BSC(IT/CS) with mathematics as a course at 10+2 level or at Graduate level and obtained at least 50%(45% in case of candidate belonging to reserved category) at the qualifying examination.

MCA-Regular (3 Years with 6 semesters):

Recognized Bachelor’s degree of minimum 3 years duration with mathematics at 10+2 level or at Graduate level and obtained at least 50% (45% in case of candidate belonging to reserved category) at the qualifying examination.

To know more about the admission process and guidelines,

Contact us : 90990 76154/59/52

Email ID : mca.hod@aits.edu.in ajfaldu@aits.edu.in, pcshukla@aits.edu.in

please visit:

http://www.jacpcldce.ac.in  and  www.gtu.ac.in

Sr. No. Name Qualification Specialization Designation
1 (Dr.) Parag Shukla Ph.D Pursuing, MCA, OCP, MCP BigData, MongoDB, NoSQL Database HOD
2 Dr. Hetal Thaker Ph.D, MCA ( Gold Medalist ) Image Processing, Pattern Recognization Assistant Professor
3 Dr. Vaishali Parsaniya Ph.D, MCA Data Mining, SEO, Database, MIS Assistant Professor
4 Vaishali Sanghavi MCA BigData, Web Development, Assistant Professor
5 (Dr.) Vivek Vyas Ph.D Pursuing, MCA Computer Network, Network Security, Advance Networking, Operating System Assistant Professor
6 (Dr.) Kalpesh Popat Ph.D Pursuing, M.Phill, Msc Mathematics Graph Theory Assistant Professor
7 Ankit Faldu MCA Web Technology, Code Optimization, Cryptography, Software Enginnering Assistant Professor
8 Anirudh Purohit MCA CPP Assistant Professor
9 Niraj Bhagchandani M.E, B.E Linux Assistant Professor
10 Nitin Chikani MCA Web Technology, Web Application, Mobile Computing, OOP, Basic Core Java, Advance Java Assistant Professor
11 Shrey Shah MCA Semantic Web Assistant Professor
Sr No. Title Journal Impact Factor Month/Year Journal Level Faculty Name
1 Some New Results on Energy of Graphs  MATCH Communications in Mathematical and in Computer Chemistry 3.858(2015) Mar-17 International Kalpesh M. Popat
2 International Journal of Applied Research
on Information Technology & Computiong
Indian Journal Mar-16 International Nitin P. Chikani
3 “A Comparative Analysis: DuckDuckGo Vs. Google Search Engine” Global Research and Development Journal for Engineering ISSN: 2455-5703 1.068 Dec-16 International Dr. Vaishali S Parsania
4 “Improving Raw Milk Quality using Whatsapp – A Rise of Digital India in Indian Dairy Sector” Global Research and Development Journal for Engineering ISSN: 2455-5703 1.068 Nov-16 International Dr. Vaishali S Parsania
5 A Study of Different Techniques to Reduce
Congestion in Enterprise Network
RESEARCH HUB – International Multidisciplinary Research Journal (RHIMRJ) May-16 International Dr. Hetal Thaker
6 A Study of Different Techniques to Reduce
Congestion in Enterprise Network
RESEARCH HUB – International Multidisciplinary Research Journal (RHIMRJ) May-16 International Vaishali Sanghvi
7 A Study of Different Techniques to Reduce
Congestion in Enterprise Network
RESEARCH HUB – International Multidisciplinary Research Journal (RHIMRJ) May-16 International Vivek J Vyas
8 Classification and Recognition of Gujarati Numeral
using Nearest Neighbour Approach
IJSRSET May-16 International Dr. Hetal Thaker
9 Classification and Recognition of Gujarati Numeral
using Nearest Neighbour Approach
IJSRSET May-16 International Vaishali Sanghvi
10 Classification and Recognition of Gujarati Numeral
using Nearest Neighbour Approach
IJSRSET May-16 International Vivek J Vyas
11  NoSQL Database: Cassandra is a Better Option to Handle Big Data International Journal of Science and Research Jan-16 International Parag C. Shukla
12 NoSQL Databases : Big data characteristics and comparison of traditional and big data analytics. Quest International Multidiciplinary Research Journal Dec-15 International Parag C. Shukla
13 An Emerging Trend of Big Data for High Volume and Varieties of Data to Search of Agricultural Data ORIENTAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Aug-15 International Parag C. Shukla
14 Usage of GIS, Gps And Remote Sensing Data to Identify Effective And Optimum Route of Development Projects Like Road, Train and Canal for Better E-Governance Implementation Indian Journal of Applied Research Mar-13 National Parag C. Shukla
15 An Architecture for Efficient Data Retrival Through Semantic Web Indian Journal of Applied Research Apr-13 National Parag C. Shukla
16 An analysis High Rate TCP variation in  Wireless Networks Quest International Multidiciplinary Research Journal 6.89 Dec-17 International Vivek J Vyas
17 Computer Based Human Gesture Recognition with study of algorithm IOSR journal of computer engineering 1.686 May-June – 2014 Internation Ankit Faldu
18 Technical Review of peephole Technique in compiler to optimize intermediate code American Journal of Engg. Research 41365 Internation Ankit Faldu
19 An Architecture for efficient data retrival through semantic web INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH 0.8215 41365 National Ankit Faldu
20 Authentication Framework in Forensic Science with Cloud Computing International Journal on Advances in Engineering Technology and Science 42767 Internation Ankit Faldu

Research Areas

  • High Performance Networking
  • Image Processing
  • Data Mining
  • Data Warehousing
  • Cloud Computing
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • Web Technology
  • Semantic Web
  • E-Governance
  • Network Security
  • Wireless Networks
  • Big Data
  • Mobile Computing
  • Pattern Recognition
  • GIS-GPS-RS
SEM 3 SEM 5
Percentage TOTAL PASS FAIL Percentage TOTAL PASS FAIL
AITS 27.27 99 27 72 AITS 49.66 147 73 74
GTU 17.54 2104 369 1735 GTU 38.90 2175 846 1329
 Rajkot Zone 20.88 819 171 648  Rajkot Zone 47.06 714 336 378
Ahmedabad Zone 16.30 411 67 344 Ahmedabad Zone 28.07 538 151 387
Surat Zone 17.98 445 80 365 Surat Zone 48.50 468 227 241
Vidyanagar Zone 14.38 160 23 137 Vidyanagar Zone 32.52 163 53 110
Gandhinagar Zone 10.41 269 28 241 Gandhinagar Zone 27.05 292 79 213
Activity Details
OSTC Workshop on Python on 3rd March 2017.

Workshop on Drupal on 5th March 2017.

Smart India Hackathon Students got selected for Grand Finale in Smart India Hackathon. Looking forward to Finale at Udaipur on 1st and 2nd April.
Expert Lecture on Angular JS Conducted by Mr. Aniruddh Purohit.
IIRS Training Students have successfully completed training of 18th Outreach Program of ISRO IIRS.
Jivan Vidya Regular lectures on Jivan Vidya for the students.

 

  • OSTC Workshop on Linux, Java and C/C++
  • Short term training Programe
  • Poster  Exhibition
  • Educational Tours
  • Project Competition
  • ISTE Student Chapter
  • Atlier Project –Soft skill improvement
  • Mock interview practices for final year students

Student Forum Activities:

  • Session on History of Apple and Microsoft, Gift city, etc.
  • Technical talk on Cloud computing, Internet of things, Big data etc.
  • Assisting the blind students of Andhashram for their studies and Recreation Activity at V. D. Parekh Mahila Andhashram
  • Industrial visit to ISRO, Bisag, Adani Port,  Adani Power mill etc.
  • Mentor – Mentee Program
  • Induction program for 1st year student
  • Celebration of various festival at Old Age Home
  • Tree plantation

Seminar/ Workshop:

  • Workshop on writing research paper
  • Seminar on Web services
  • Workshop on Mobile Application Using Android
  • Seminar on soft skill development
  • National conference on Emerging Trends in Computer, Electrical  and  Electronics Engineering
Activity Details
OSTC Workshop on Python on 3rd March 2017.

Workshop on Drupal on 5th March 2017.

Smart India Hackathon Students got selected for Grand Finale in Smart India Hackathon. Looking forward to Finale at Udaipur on 1st and 2nd April.
Expert Lecture on Angular JS Conducted by Mr. Aniruddh Purohit.
IIRS Training Students have successfully completed training of 18th Outreach Program of ISRO IIRS.
Jivan Vidya Regular lectures on Jivan Vidya for the students.

 

  • OSTC Workshop on Linux, Java and C/C++
  • Short term training Programe
  • Poster  Exhibition
  • Educational Tours
  • Project Competition
  • ISTE Student Chapter
  • Atlier Project –Soft skill improvement
  • Mock interview practices for final year students

Student Forum Activities:

  • Session on History of Apple and Microsoft, Gift city, etc.
  • Technical talk on Cloud computing, Internet of things, Big data etc.
  • Assisting the blind students of Andhashram for their studies and Recreation Activity at V. D. Parekh Mahila Andhashram
  • Industrial visit to ISRO, Bisag, Adani Port,  Adani Power mill etc.
  • Mentor – Mentee Program
  • Induction program for 1st year student
  • Celebration of various festival at Old Age Home
  • Tree plantation

Seminar/ Workshop:

  • Workshop on writing research paper
  • Seminar on Web services
  • Workshop on Mobile Application Using Android
  • Seminar on soft skill development
  • National conference on Emerging Trends in Computer, Electrical  and  Electronics Engineering

Freshers  & Farewell 2017

Atmiya Department of MCA
5 days ago
Atmiya University

આત્મીય યુનિવર્સિટી દ્વારા કારકિર્દી નિર્માણ માટે દિશાદર્શક નિ:શુલ્ક ... See more

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GTU THEORY EXAM-SUMMER 2018 || HALL TICKET || MCA SEM-3 & SEM-4

Dear Students, Greetings…
Kindly collect hall ticket of MCA SEM-3 & SEM-4 from Department of MCA.
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3 weeks ago

GTU THEORY EXAM-SUMMER 2018 || HALL TICKET || MCA SEM-5

Dear Students, Greetings…
Kindly collect hall ticket of MCA SEM-5 only from Department of MCA.
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1 month ago

MCA EXAM FORM (REGULAR & REMEDIAL) SUMMER 2018 – ALL SEMESTER
LAST DATE : 02-April-2018
#atmiya #mca #gtu #exam #examform #summer2018 #rajkot

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2 months ago

Once again a moment of PRIDE for ATMIYA Department of MCA.

6 out of Top 10 in GTU Sem 5 regular results are students of ATMIYA Department of MCA. We congratulate all of them and appreciate their ... See more

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3 months ago

This is not the end, this is just a beginning toward the journey of "Stay positive, work hard, make it happen". Checkout the glimpses Third and Final Day of Campus to Corporate Workshop.
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3 months ago

One more step toward "Stay positive, work hard, make it happen". Checkout the glimpses Second Day of Campus to Corporate Workshop.
#atmiya #Workshop #Placement #mca #campusToCorporate

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3 months ago

AITS TEAM-MCA is working with the motto - "Stay positive, work hard, make it happen" Department of M.C.A. has organized
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3 months ago

Checkout the glimpses of Third & Final Day of Android Development Workshop.
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