MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH AND STUDIES
(Formerly MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY )
Faculty Of Computer Applications
About Department of Computer Applications
Faculty of Computer Applications is one of the earliest entities of the university engaged in teaching and research in computer applications. The Department of Computer Applications under it provides a stimulating academic and interactive learning environment to allow students to completely involve in the acquisition of computer skills. Students are encouraged in innovative and critical thinking in various computer languages, platforms and protocols. They are exposed to live industry projects to enable them gain insights of the industry. Read More
Highest Salary: INR 4.0 lacs per annum
1. The programs offered by faculty of Computer Applications make the students capable to meet the current need of the IT industry.
2. Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS), Auckland New Zealand, a unique tertiary institution providing NZQA accredited diploma for undergraduate and post graduate level programmes has partnered with MRIIRS to provide curriculum and accreditation support for BSc(IT).
- MRIIRS is now a Q S Star rated University and has been conferred with Five Stars for Teaching, Facilities, Social Responsibility and Four Stars for Employability.
- Accreditation by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with ‘A’ grade.
- Student Chapter by Computer Society of India.
- Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS), Auckland New Zealand provides NZQA accredited diploma and UG level programmes.
- AIS St. Helens, New Zealand.
- Istanbul Kultur University, Istanbul.
- Lahti University of Applied Sciences, Finland.
- Missouri State University, USA.
- University of Pitesti, Romania.
- University College of Northern
Strengths of FCA
- Qualified and Experienced Faculty.
- Research Focused Approach.
- Thrust areas include- Data Analytics, Network Security and Cloud Computing.
- Strong Mentoring and Counseling system.
- Conducive environment for students due to high involvement of faculty with students.