I had not taken mats in 10+2 in spite of ,could I do MCA?

0 74 Views | Posted 2011-09-06 09:02:44
Asked by durga ghore

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    Gagz

    2011-09-06 09:42:53
    Don't worry after BCA you can pursue MCA.
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    Answered by

    nasr

    2011-09-06 09:53:51
    To be able to do MCA, you should be a science graduate or should have done BCA. For finding BCA courses/institutes in your area, use this link:
    https://it.shiksha.com

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