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Is there any difference between MCA and MSc?


is there any difference between MCA & Msc Is?why people do tink that every strudent have to complete there MCA after doing BCA why this?if any 1 want to do MSC IS then what is the profit or what is the loss?




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is there any difference between MCA & Msc Is?why people do tink that every strudent have to complete there MCA after doing BCA why this?if any 1 want to do MSC IS then what is the profit or what is the loss?
is there any difference between MCA & Msc Is

M.sc stands for ( Master of Science ) . It is an Master degree Course . The duration of the Course is for two years and the Course is divided into four semester .

There are lot of Specialization Available in M.sc Course like, M.sc in Agriculture /M.sc in Biotechnology / M.sc in Physics /M.sc in Chemistry / M.sc in Biochemistry / M.sc in Computer Science / M.sc in Mathematics Etc..

The Eligibility Criteria for M.sc Course is differ from Specialization to Specialization ,

For Example :-

If your Interested to Join in M.sc in Agriculture Course than you should Complete Graduation Course in Science stream with Chemistry and Biology Subjects is Mandatory .

If your Interested to Join in M.sc in Mathematics Subject than you should Complete Graduation Course in science stream with Mathematics as Main Subject in Bachelor degree Course .

M.sc Stands for ( Master of Computer Computer Application ). The duration of the Course is for three years and the Course is divided into Six semester .

To Join MCA Course than you should Complete Graduation Course in any discipline with Minimum 50% Percentage of marks from recognized University . Mathematics should be Compulsory Subject in Bachelor degree Course .

There is no Specific age limit for both the M.sc and MCA Course .

why people do tink that every strudent have to complete there MCA after doing BCA why this???

Because BCA Course is the Basic Bachelor degree Course for MCA Course and It's Closely Related to MCA Course .So, Every Candidate are Apply for BCA Course with the Aspiration of Doing MCA Course in Future .

So, It's Become Nature , Apply for MCA Course After Completing BCA Course .

if any 1 want to do MSC IS then what is the profit or what is the loss????

Yes Off Course there are lot Scope available in M.sc Course ie:- Job Prospectus and Career Option . There is No loss for the candidate who doing M.sc Course .




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is there any difference between MCA & Msc Is?why people do tink that every strudent have to complete there MCA after doing BCA why this?if any 1 want to do MSC IS then what is the profit or what is the loss?
M.sc stands for ( Master of Science ) . It is an Master degree Course . The duration of the Course is for two years and the Course is divided into four semester .

There are lot of Specialization Available in M.sc Course like, M.sc in Agriculture /M.sc in Biotechnology / M.sc in Physics /M.sc in Chemistry / M.sc in Biochemistry / M.sc in Computer Science / M.sc in Mathematics Etc..

The Eligibility Criteria for M.sc Course is differ from Specialization to Specialization ,

For Example :-

If your Interested to Join in M.sc in Agriculture Course than you should Complete Graduation Course in Science stream with Chemistry and Biology Subjects is Mandatory .

If your Interested to Join in M.sc in Mathematics Subject than you should Complete Graduation Course in science stream with Mathematics as Main Subject in Bachelor degree Course .

MCA Stands for ( Master of Computer Application ). The duration of the Course is for three years and the Course is divided into Six semester .

To Join MCA Course than you should Complete Graduation Course in any discipline with Minimum 50% Percentage of marks from recognized University . Mathematics should be Compulsory Subject in Bachelor degree Course .

There is no Specific age limit for both the M.sc and MCA Course .

why people do tink that every strudent have to complete there MCA after doing BCA why this???

Because BCA Course is the Basic Bachelor degree Course for MCA Course and It's Closely Related to MCA Course .So, Every Candidate are Apply for BCA Course with the Aspiration of Doing MCA Course in Future .

So, It's Become Nature , Apply for MCA Course After Completing BCA Course .



there are lot Scope available in M.sc Course ie:- Job Prospectus and Career Option . There is No loss for the candidate who doing M.sc Course .
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15th October 2012, 03:44 PM
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Hi friend,

MCA stands for Master of Computer Application. M.sc. Stands for Master of Science.

There is lot of difference between MCA and M.sc. MCA is total computer based course. M.sc. is what you want select subject that way you can go for this course.

M.sc. You can get the lectureship jobs.
MCA you need to get the computer based jobs. And lot software jobs in this course.

ALL THE BEST.
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15th October 2012, 03:46 PM
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M.sc stands for Master of Science

Eligibility-
Those candidate have Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 60% marks eligible for PG.

M.Sc. courses in three streams; Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics-Operations Research.

MCA stands for Master of Computer Computer Application

those candidate have bachelor degree in Computer application.

Here are some subject of MCA
Fundamentals of IT
Programming in C
Discrete Mathematics
Computer Organization
Principles and Practices of Management
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15th October 2012, 04:19 PM
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15th October 2012, 05:10 PM
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Dear friend,



M.sc stands for ( Master of Science ) . It is an Master degree Course .

Specialization AREA in M.sc Course 1} M.sc in Agriculture
2}M.sc in Biotechnology /
3} M.sc in Physics
4}M.sc in Chemistry
4} M.sc in Biochemistry
5} M.sc in Computer Science /
6} M.sc in Mathematics Etc..


MCA stands for Master in Computer Application.



MCA course is suitable for those who wish to have a career in Software.
An MCA degree holder will have great job opportunities in top level IT companies and consultancy firms.
A person with MCA can become Software Programmer, Software Engineer, Software Developer,
Systems Analyst, Software Application Architect, and Software Consultant




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15th October 2012, 05:28 PM
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is there any difference between MCA & Msc Is?why people do tink that every strudent have to complete there MCA after doing BCA why this?if any 1 want to do MSC IS then what is the profit or what is the loss?
Dear friend,

MCA stands for Master in Computer Applications.
M.Sc stands for Master of Science.

Normally both are Post Graduation master's degree course and both have same value. There are various streams in which you can do M.Sc course like mathematics, Chemistry, Computer Science etc. As you are comparing M.Sc and MCA so I think that you want to do M.Sc in Computer Science.


In M.Sc course in Computer Science you will get the knowledge of Software with Hardware also. Where as in MCA course you will get the knowledge of only softwares. But in point of view of job MCA course is far better than M.Sc course.


Those who want to make their career in Web Development, Software Development, Database Administration, Hardware and Networking, MCA course is best. Those who want to make their career in Hardware and Networking, Information Security, VSLI/Embedded Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Wireless Communication etc., M.Sc course is best.


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15th October 2012, 08:59 PM
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is there any difference between MCA & Msc Is?why people do tink that every strudent have to complete there MCA after doing BCA why this?if any 1 want to do MSC IS then what is the profit or what is the loss?


MCA stands for Master of Computer Application this is totally related to the Computer and due to which you can get job in the section like:
  1. Wipro
  2. TCS
  3. Intel
  4. HP
  5. Microsoft
  6. Infosys
  7. Google
  8. HCL

MSc stands for Master of Science this is related to study of Science subjects like Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics etc....

And due to which you can get job as a lecturer or Leboratry teacher...
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I completed my bca and totley confused what is better than for me mca or msc; Actully i'm not much interested in computer field but i want to get a good job so what i should do mca or msc?
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