is BCA an ICT Major degree ?

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is BCA an ICT Major degree ?


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Old 06-02-2015, 07:19 AM
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is BCA an ICT Major degree ?

Hello friends,

Before applying for ACS I wanted to confirm if my degree is under ICT Major. I am in the process to prepare all my documents. however am not sure if my degree falls in ICT major.

I have completed a Full time 3 years BCA ( Bachelor in Computer Application) and applying for Computer Networks and System Engineer - 263111

Thanks for your help guys.


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