New upcoming courses in YMCA University,

Engineering,Science and Management –

B.Tech (Civil Engineering)

BSc (starting animation multimedia Maths chemistry)

BCA

BBA Honors

will start –

keeping with the trend of students, increased MCA and B.Tech (Computer Engineering) courses seats

Faridabad, 1 May www.newsymca.com News YMCA
– YMCA University of Science and Technology, Faridabad is all set to introduce new courses in Engineering, Science and Management stream at undergraduate level from next academic session commencing in July. The new courses would include B.Tech. in Civil Engineering, B.Sc. in Animation and Multimedia, B.Sc. (Hon.) in Mathematics and Chemistry, Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). Also, intakes in MCA and B.Tech in Computer Engineering have been increased.
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While giving information in this regard, Vice Chancellor Prof. Dinesh Kumar said that All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) has approved the University’s proposal to start B.Tech. in Civil Engineering with sanctioned intake of 60 seats. The University intends to start the course from ensuing academic session which would be designed to meet the needs of modern civil engineering fields like Construction Technology, Geo-Technical Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Structural Engineering, and Environmental Engineering and by the time student complete this course, they will be fully trained to analyze and design the complicated structures, he added.
Vice Chancellor said that AICTE has also granted approval to the University to increase the intake of ongoing B.Tech. in Computer Engineering and Masters of Computer Applications courses from 60 to 120 and 30 to 60 respectively. The new B.Tech course and increase in intakes have been granted on the basis of inspection made by the expert team of AICTE during its visit on March 20, 2018.
Further, the University has decided to introduce BCA and B.Sc. in Animation and Multimedia with annual intake of 60 and 40 seats respectively. B.Sc. in Animation and Multimedia is a course through which students can find ample job opportunities in TV Channels, Production houses, design and creative firms, IT software companies and Video Gaming Industry. The course will impart knowledge and right skills in multimedia and animation disciplines that would lead to a successful career in designing and animation field, he added.
The University is also keen to introduce more science courses as the core intention of the University is to offer wide stream of science courses at undergraduate level. Last year, we started B.Sc. (Hon.) in Physics and this year, we are introducing B.Sc. (Hon.) in Mathematics and Chemistry with 60 seats each. The students applying for these courses would have an option to pursue their higher studies in these disciplines after completion of the course as the University also offers M.Sc. in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry. Similarly, the University would also start Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with 60 seats. However, the University is already running two management courses at postgraduate level with 60 seats each, he added.
Vice Chancellor said that the syllabus of new courses would be prepared as per industry needs and the University infrastructure would also be upgraded as per the requirement.
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Dean (Academics) Dr. Vikram said that the applications for these courses will be invited soon. The admission to all the B.Tech courses will be done through Haryana State Technical Education Society (HSTES) counselling based on the rank obtained in JEE main exam. Admissions to other courses will be done through entrance examinations conducted by the University.

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