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    Which branch between CS and IT should be chosen by a +2 completed student who doesn't like Physics?

    hello
    I completed my +2,i don't like physics.I am in confusion, which branch should i take cs or it.





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    lionteja
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    Re: Which branch between CS and IT should be chosen by a +2 completed student who doesn't like Physics?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello
    I completed my +2,i don't like physics.I am in confusion, which branch should i take cs or it.
    Dear friend,
    In engineering stream physics is a must for all the courses except Computer Sciences course.
    Computer science only involves maths, logic and Coding. It actually requires large interest in coding with necessary logic.
    Maths interest will help you grab out the logic.

    Computer Science has 2 Streams CS and IT.
    Both are slightly different in approach. It is good to take CS because you will have broader options after getting degree in CS than IT.

    I personally recommend you to take CS over IT considering the broader opportunities of it than IT.

    Choose wisely
    ALL THE BEST




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    kiranmayijs
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    Re: Which branch between CS and IT should be chosen by a +2 completed student who doesn't like Physics?

    U'll be having physics in the 1st year of btech if ur studying in any jntu affliated colleges......theres noting to do with physics in later semisters...u can opt for any group based on ur interest...in my opinion its better to take cse...

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    madhurimadhu
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    Re: Which branch between CS and IT should be chosen by a +2 completed student who doesn't like Physics?

    Hi...
    Dear
    both CS,IT are good courses...in first year physics is common to all the branches like

    **CSE
    **IT
    **ECE
    **EEE
    **MECHANICAL
    And the course duration is 4 years.....

    After completing your B.tech with CSE or IT you will get jobs like these companies

    **DELL
    **INFOSIS
    **SOT-SOLUTIONS
    **IBM
    **SAP-LABS

    like these companies you will get jobs easily with high salary........ALL THE BEST DEAR

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    Re: Which branch between CS and IT should be chosen by a +2 completed student who doesn't like Physics?

    In b.tech 1st yr in one sem we have to go through physics for every branch student.
    so if you want to do b.tech then you will have to read physics in one sem in b.tech.
    so you can choose the branch own your own in which field you want to go and have interest.

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    Re: Which branch between CS and IT should be chosen by a +2 completed student who doesn't like Physics?

    Hello Friend !!

    CS & IT -- Computer Science & Information Technology.

    There is no much comparative difference between both of the streams.

    Both the Courses resembles same in one view, they are differed only in their core.

    The Course Curriculum of the two courses are almost same, but only one subject will be varying in every semester.

    CS :

    Computer Science Deals with the Software Field of a Computer.

    It is mainly concerned with the Applications of the Computer.

    The Back End of the Application is designed by the CS Students.

    CS are responsible to develop the Software and take care of that Software regarding its Working Conditions.

    They are highly involved in developing the Code of the Programme.

    IT :

    Information Technology deals with the Hard Ware Field in the Computer.

    IT students are responsible in designing and re-designing of the hardware part in the Computer.

    They are not concerned about the Software's and their Applications.

    They will Construct the hardware parts needed for the Computer through which the Software's can run.

    After 10th Standard, you can select any of the above depending on your interest.

    I have clearly mentioned about the two fields, now make a clear decision about which you can handle and interested.

    Both the Course have Physics in their First semester, the next semester on-wards the Physics Subject will be disappeared.

    If you are choosing these courses in Engineering, then you need to take an entrance exam to get into any of the course..

    The Entrance Exams are IIT-JEE, BITS, GETAMS, EAMCET, K-CET, etc,.

    Depending on your score you will allotted a seat in a college respective to your performance in the entrance exam.

    If your going in Graduation Degree Courses, then you do not need to crack the entrance exam, you can directly get into the nearby college which is offering this course.

    All the Best !!

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    Re: Which branch between CS and IT should be chosen by a +2 completed student who doesn't like Physics?

    Physics is an important subject in the field of engineering. You need to even appear for an entrance exam which will have physics as a subject. A good score in the same is needed to secure admission in reputed colleges. If you are not comfortable in the same then it is advisable to opt for other streams. You should choose a subject that interests you. Unless you pursue a course of your interest you will not be excel in your career. If you wish to take up engineering then you can choose either of the streams. The scope after either of the courses is similar.

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    Re: Which branch between CS and IT should be chosen by a +2 completed student who doesn't like Physics?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello
    I completed my +2,i don't like physics.I am in confusion, which branch should i take cs or it.
    My dear friend,,
    If you dont like physics then you can go both Computer Science and Information Technology that depends on your interest and see that you have a good career scope in the future because this is the main step you need to take to choose your career

    Apart from this you can do many other courses without physics like




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    Re: Which branch between CS and IT should be chosen by a +2 completed student who doesn't like Physics?

    Dear Friend,
    -Physics is a very important subject in almost all the courses in Engineering except Computer Science.You cannot proceed even half-way without it.Therefore I would advice you to opt for Computer Science and not for Information Technology.
    -Computer Science basically involves knowledge of various special languages such as the Java,C++,etc. Proper knowledge of maths would help you do good in Computer Science.
    -However,if you opt for IT,then you won't be able to do without physics.
    -So,you better choose CS and not IT.
    Good Luck.

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    Re: Which branch between CS and IT should be chosen by a +2 completed student who doesn't like Physics?

    Hello friend, don't be confuse in order to choose the branch between CS and IT. As both are software related branches , hence in both branches physics is not required. In both branches there is only computer related theory , coding , languages( c , C++ , java) etc. as well as mathematics but not even a single chapter of mathematics.
    But when we compare these two branches on behalf of job , CSE is better than IT. As CSE is high level branch than IT and CSE engineers are getting good package.

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