IGNOU BCA Question Papers – Bachelor of Computer Applications

IGNOU BCA Question Papers

The Indira Gandhi National Open University offers various Bachelor Degree programmes under the School of Computer and Information Sciences (SOCIS). The IGNOU Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) is one of them.

Every year many students take admission to this course. The students may require BCA previous year question papers to prepare for their upcoming June or December Term End Examination.

The university provides the last 10 years Ignou BCA question papers totally free of cost. The students can download the question papers for all the BCA subjects in the form of pdf file.

IGNOU BCA Previous Year Question Papers

Students can download the question papers from the links mentioned below. We have made it easy for the Indira Gandhi National Open University students to download the previous papers of Bachelor of Computer Applications courses by providing the direct link here.

The exam papers can be downloaded year wise. They just need to click on the links mentioned below to download the papers for the year 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 in the form of zip file. They can easily decompress the file to get the pdf files of question papers in the form of pdf files.

Download IGNOU BCA Question Papers

The students can download the previous year question papers for all the courses or subjects of IGNOU BCA six semesters:

IGNOU BCA 1st Semester Question Papers

IGNOU BCA 2nd Semester Question Papers

IGNOU BCA 3rd Semester Question Papers

IGNOU BCA 4th Semester Question Papers

IGNOU BCA 5th Semester Question Papers

IGNOU BCA 6th Semester Question Papers

Updated: February 8, 2018 — 4:58 am

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