With most of the teaching in practical labs, this course facilitates student’s skills and strength to work across the full stack of technological developments and innovations.
Imperial’s BCA is a course designed for professionals seeking a smart career in the Computer Application field with a standard that meets the global requirement. Faculties actively use pedagogical methods such as case studies, role play, quizzes, flip classrooms and community projects organised by industry professionals. Experiential learning is a crucial component of the BCA syllabus here at Imperial. You are encouraged to be part of several clubs which organise and engage in various creative activities.
Students are given an opportunity to visit relevant industries and understand the operations and culture of the organisation to put their theoretical concept’s understanding to practice.
Imperialians fondly call their Guest lecture sessions and expert interactions “Guru Mantra” to attribute to a more interactive, topic specific way which would gain real life experience in understanding the application of computer technologies.
Student presentations on theoretical concepts of the curriculum are integral parts of the Imperial College’s teaching methodology that help students evaluate their understandings of the subject matter and to improve their communication skills.
This unique teaching technique allows student to explore realistic situations by interacting with other people in a managed way by playing a role similar to their own or their likely one in the future or playing the role opposite part of the conversation.
The “learn by doing” and reflecting on the experience is a prevailing teaching method at Imperial college. The teaching method is designed to promote students to be ingenious and inventive.
Through professionally planned study tours students are subjected to critical thinking and expanding the worldview and reinforcement of classroom material keeping in mind the local culture as well.