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    Can I join M.Sc IT Course after B.Sc Maths, Physics and IT? What are the other Career Options after this Course?

    Sir i'm perusing B.Sc with subjects are Math, Physics and Information Technology, can I do M.Sc I.T. after completing my course, if not then what would be best carrier option for me to get a good job





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    Re: Can I join M.Sc IT Course after B.Sc Maths, Physics and IT? What are the other Career Options after this Course?

    Hello,
    Yes you are eligible for M.Sc. IT. Already you have the primary knowledge of IT, so it will be easier for you to cope up with the M.Sc. IT course. Now one thing you just need to keep in mind
    which is that, mostly colleges or universities hold examinations before shortlisting their candidates for master degree courses. Mostly you will not be able to get admission just by form filling.
    So get yourself prepared for the respective entrance examinations. Prepare your subject well as well as, also prepare hard on logical and analytical reasoning and English Language if at all
    these are the subjects that are the proposed syllabus for the entrance examination.
    Now coming back to the second part of your question, see M.Sc. IT or Information Technology is that kind of subject which will cater to industries and corporate worlds. The technology domain
    jobs(hardware or software) are the area where you can apply for. You can make it for junior associates or senior associates, or software developer or PHP or ASP or JAVA or dot NET
    programmer and lots more. There are a lot of fields to be joined in the technology domain. Now which one you join depends fully upon your skills and your inclination.




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