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BCA IN INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT SERVICE

Infrastructure management services (IMS) leverage cloud computing's power to revolutionize IT operations. IMS providers offer unmatched scalability, allowing businesses to adapt resources on-demand, eliminating the need for over-provisioning physical infrastructure. Cloud-based tools empower remote management and collaboration for geographically dispersed IT teams, boosting efficiency and troubleshooting speed. Additionally, IMS strengthens security through advanced encryption and access controls within the cloud environment. By handling automatic updates and maintenance, IMS reduces overhead for internal IT staff. Overall, IMS streamlines infrastructure management, empowers IT teams, and provides a secure, scalable foundation for businesses in today's digital landscape.

A BCA in Infrastructure Management Services prepares one for a dynamic career as an IT infrastructure specialist. This role bridges the gap between traditional on-premises systems and modern cloud infrastructure. One will leverage the technical expertise to manage, maintain, and optimize both environments, ensuring seamless operation and robust security. Responsibilities may include provisioning and configuring cloud resources, monitoring system health, implementing disaster recovery plans, and troubleshooting user infrastructure issues. This blend of technical skills and problem-solving makes one a valuable asset for organizations seeking to optimize their IT infrastructure for efficiency and scalability.

Duration

*3 Years

Note: * Duration for Paramedical programmes (MLT/RIT/OTT/DT/EMT/OPTOMETRY) may extend by 3 months to 1 Year (Approx) to include Internship/On the Job Training for the awarding of Degree/Diploma as per the guidelines (if any) from State Allied and Healthcare Council, Sikkim.

Eligibility

10+2 (Any Stream)

INDUSTRY LED LEARNING

For an accelerating professional career in 21st Century along with Core Skills, the learner should evolve through Self-directed Learning.

On/Off Campus IT Infrastructure Support Analyst

Opportunity to provide on/off campus user support for infrastructure-related issues. Use problem-solving skills in troubleshooting user access, performance issues, and ensuring smooth operation of critical systems.

On Job learning Experience

Gain valuable on-the-job training while still studying, solving real-world problems and finding practical solutions.

Live Project Engagement

Get the chance to collaborate on live projects, gaining valuable hands-on experience.

Engaging with Industry Experts

Engaging with industry experts provides invaluable insights and real-world perspectives, enriching the learning experience and preparing students for professional success.

Industry/ Skill Certifications

Validate expertise and proficiency, enhancing employability and credibility in competitive job markets while signaling commitment to continuous learning and professional development.

World Skill Challenge

World Skill Challenge Showcase the pinnacle of vocational excellence, fostering global collaboration and innovation to advance technical skills and craftsmanship across diverse industries

Academic Framework

For an accelerating professional career in 21st Century along with Core Skills, the learner should evolve through Self-directed Learning, Self-awareness, Multidisciplinary Problem Solving, Practice of Professional Grade, Digital Comfort, Current Social and Global Dynamics, Employability and Life Skills. MSU offers an opportunity to customise the higher education with range of specialisation/electives.

Foundation Core

A range of compulsory basics of multidisciplinary, professional, general nature customised to match the value and vision of MSU for a robust foundation.

Skill Drill (Elective)

A range of compulsory basics of multidisciplinary, professional, general nature customised to match the value and vision of MSU for a robust foundation.

Major (Elective)

A range of compulsory basics of multidisciplinary, professional, general nature customised to match the value and vision of MSU for a robust foundation.

Minor (Elective)

A range of compulsory basics of multidisciplinary, professional, general nature customised to match the value and vision of MSU for a robust foundation.

Industry Practice

A range of compulsory basics of multidisciplinary, professional, general nature customised to match the value and vision of MSU for a robust foundation.

Capstone Project

A range of compulsory basics of multidisciplinary, professional, general nature customised to match the value and vision of MSU for a robust foundation.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

PSO 1 :

Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of Computer Applications in Infrastructure Management Service, understanding their multidisciplinary contexts, connections with related fields, and current and emerging developments.

PSO 2 :

Demonstrate the acquisition of practical, professional, and procedural knowledge required for carrying out professional or highly skilled work/tasks related to Computer Application in Software Development, including knowledge required for undertaking self-employment initiatives, and knowledge and mindset required for entrepreneurship involving enterprise creation, improved product development, or a new mode of organization.

PSO 3 :

Demonstrate the acquisition of skills in areas related to specialization in Infrastructure Management Service in a broad multidisciplinary context, including wide-ranging practical skills, involving variable routine and non-routine contexts relating to the chosen field(s) of learning such as:

1. IMS instilled multifaceted understanding of managing IT infrastructure:
2. Mastering operating systems, networking, virtualization, and cloud computing.
3. Crafting scripts for efficient service delivery using tools like Python or PowerShell.
4. Bridging computer science, IT, and business for diverse roles.
5. Prepared for IMS Specialist (troubleshooting), Cloud Infrastructure Specialist (optimization), or IT Support Specialist (user support).
6. Embracing SDN, IaC, and AI/ML for proactive infrastructure management.

PSO 4 :

Demonstrate the acquisition of the capacity to extrapolate from what has been learned, translate concepts to real-life situations and apply acquired competencies in new/unfamiliar contexts, rather than merely replicate curriculum content knowledge, to generate solutions to specific problems.

PSO 1 :

Demonstrate the capability for complex problem-solving

PSO 2 :

Demonstrate the capability for critical thinking

PSO 3 :

Demonstrate the ability for creativity

PSO 4 :

Demonstrate the skills that enable them to communicate effectively

PSO 5 :

Demonstrate the capability for analytical reasoning/thinking

PSO 6 :

Demonstrate the ability for coordinating and collaborating with others

PSO 7 :

Demonstrate the capability for leadership readiness

PSO 8 :

Demonstrate ‘learning how to learn" skills

PSO 9 :

Demonstrate the capability for digital and technological skills

PSO 10 :

Demonstrate multicultural competence and inclusive spirit

PSO 11 :

Demonstrate the acquisition of knowledge and attitude that are required for value inculcation

PSO 12 :

Demonstrate the ability for autonomy, responsibility, and accountability

PSO 13 :

Demonstrate the acquisition of and ability to apply the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values required to take appropriate actions for environmental awareness and action

PSO 14 :

Demonstrate the capability to participate in community-engaged services/ activities for promoting the wellbeing of society.

PSO 15 :

Demonstrate the ability to identify with or understand the perspective, experiences, or points of view of another individual or group, and to identify and understand other people’s emotions.

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