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  • 14th October 2012 11:24 PM
    Unregistered

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    actually i am pursuing B.A second year but now i realized that i made a mistake in choosing the course and now i want to go in IT field. i have knowledge about networking.
    so now what is better for me?
    should i go for BSc(IT) or b.tech ?
    oh and i am thinking to go for post graduation . so,plzzzzz help me out !!!
    what should i do ?
    i want to cover up the time i wasted in B.A
    plzzz do reply me
    @ rawat.mohit02@gmail.com
  • 23rd August 2012 04:59 PM
    tanveersandhu

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?




    My dear Friend every Course has its own Importance.

    B.Tech deals with Technology and the Subjects are well detailed and vast.
    You get to learn about almost every possible technology related subjects for example Computer subjects, Electronics subjects, Electrical subjects, Mechanical subjects, Physics and Chemistry as well.
    Moreover B.Tech (IT) will teach you a lot of the IT world and changes going over their and the latest technology going on.

    But B.Sc (IT) focuses more on the Computer subjects rather then all the possible field subjects.
    You get to learn a lot about the Computer Subjects in Detail.

    So Personally i would recommend you to go for B.Tech (IT) as it also has very wide scope in the IT companies.

    The list of those companies are given below:

    --> Infosys

    --> TCS

    --> Wipro

    --> Stayam

    --> Oracle India

    --> Microsoft

    --> IBM

    --> HCL

    --> HP

    --> Tech Mahindra

    --> Dell

    --> Nokia

    --> Samsung

    --> Siemens

    --> Philips etc.


    So i would suggest you to go for B.Tech (IT).

    Rest it all depends on you.

    So




    Regards
    tanveersandhu.
  • 16th August 2012 12:08 AM
    navjotsidhupamal

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    Hello friend..!!

    ->B.TECH is the best course .


    ->B.TECH stands for Bachelor of technology and B.Sc (IT) stands for Bachelor of technology in information technology.
    ->B.TECH is of 4 years degree course and B.Sc (IT) is of 3 year course.
    ->Only non-medical students can do the B.TECH and B.Sc (IT) can do all students from any stream.


    STREAMS IN B.TECH

    • Computer science engineering
    • Information Technology
    • Production engineering
    • Mechanical engineering
    • Food technology
    • Nanotechnology
    • Electrical engineering
    • Electronics and communication engineering
    • Biotechnology
    • Aeronautics engineering



    And you can do only Computer related study in the B.SC (IT) course so B.TECH is much better from B.SC(IT).



    thank u!!
  • 20th June 2012 01:09 PM
    Rakesh Senapati

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    hello..
    blindly B.tech(IT)is far better than B.sc(IT)...
    In B.sc you are about to study other subjects too keeping IT as you honours subject..
    But in B.tech you will be made to study detailed syllabus for IT..
    moreover better practical view is from b.tech..
    this about studies..
    talking of jobs you get far better scope by being a B.tech(IT)..
    and in addition further studies like MBA will boost up your career..
    so i would say go for B.Tech(IT).
  • 17th June 2012 08:26 PM
    kranthi4

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    B.Tech IT is the best course in between B.Sc IT and B.Tech IT so you can apply for the B.Tech IT course in order to get the good job as a software engineer in the top MNC and also you can go through the better placements with the B.Tch IT course and also you can have many opportunities with this course if you be perfect in any of the computer language.
  • 20th January 2012 12:16 PM
    dkumar

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    Hello Brother, .In perhaps each and every software company you will be able to apply whereas in b.sc it would be limited to some companies with limited post. Engineering field has great scope compared with degree. Now a days every one opting for B.tech because it has many career opportunities.When compared with degree ,engineering students can be placed easily.

    And according to my more guidance If core engineering stuff is your forte / research work, you may do your Masters (M.Tech / M.E) and later PhD.

    Regards,
  • 16th November 2011 01:55 PM
    sambeet mohapatra

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    Both are related to software fields.But btech is a profesional course where you wil get more oppurtunties.In perhaps each and every software company you will be able to apply whereas in b.sc it would be limited to some companies with limited post.So from my point of view btech is the best option.
  • 20th August 2011 08:06 PM
    aditya pundhir

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    B.Tech. is definately a better option as technical course is always preferred.Engg. students are easily placed in various companies like HCL,WIPRO,TCS,INFOSYS,ACCENTURE,BIRLASOFT,CAPGEMIN I,GRAPECITY,HP,IBM etc.So go for engg rather than a simple B.Sc.
  • 15th August 2011 11:27 PM
    Ramiya

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    both are good courses. but according to me in terms of future scope,job opportunities B.Tech(IT) is better than B.Sc(IT)
    upon completion of B.Tech you can get good and high-pay jobs in top MNCs like TCS CTS Infy etc.
    B.Sc can also fetch you job in those MNCs but the job profile will differ for B.Tech. so i would suggest you to choose B.Tech.
    all the best
  • 15th August 2011 06:22 PM
    indyarocks

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    http://www.bmce.ac.in/Portals/0/IT.jpg

    hii definately IT is the best as more oppurtunities are there for the IT people like, going into software companies like,

    1.wipro.
    2.tcs.
    3.hcl.
    4.Hp.
    5.MPhasis.

    apart from it you can go to good salry lecturer job.engineering student has more advantage if you get good marks.
  • 14th August 2011 10:24 PM
    prema

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    Hii..
    Engineering field has great scope compared with degree.Now a days every one opting for B.tech because it has many career opportunities.When compared with degree ,engineering students can be placed easily .Many companies like
    INFOSYS
    TCS
    MICROSOFT
    PERSISTENCE
    MPHASIS
    SATYAM MAHINDRA
    WIPRO etc are hiring B.tech graduates.So, opt for B.tech compared with B.sc.
    Good luck
  • 29th July 2011 12:53 PM
    sazid

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    both B.tech and B.sc is good ......but B.tech have more value than B.sc..............
  • 10th July 2011 08:01 PM
    Unregistered

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    future of b.tech computer science and IT ? and job opportunities? which is better IT or computer sc ?
  • 2nd July 2011 02:33 PM
    krrishh_002

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    B tech IT have more scope than B Sc (IT) as more IT companies prefer to have technical skills which you can get only in B Tech. and obviously salaries are much higher then the B Sc graduates.
  • 1st July 2011 03:04 PM
    ashaq93

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    b tech is the best,as b tech has taken influence over b sc in recent years
  • 30th June 2011 12:14 PM
    Surender Gora

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    This is the difference between Bsc(IT) and Btech(IT)

    Bsc(IT)
    Basic science (pure science).
    Broad and theoretical science.
    The content is general with no specific changes / option for selecting a specialisation.
    You need to do M.Sc / M.Tech / M.E / MBA. for specialisation.

    career prospects
    LOW – since the course is general in nature, you need to complete M.Sc to get a good start to your career.

    Higher studies

    If you are interested in research work, you may do Masters (MSc) and then PhD.
    If you are interested in management stuff, go for an MBA after B.Sc.


    BTech(IT)
    Applied science (technical / technological).
    Practical and technical science.
    It’s designed on individual field of engineering with an option to choose further specialisation / elective, in the final year, under your chosen field.
    This helps you focus on your specific area of interest.

    Career prospectus:
    GOOD – the choice of engineering discipline + further specialisation under it gives an edge to choose and follow your career goals in that segment.

    Higher Studies:
    If core engineering stuff is your forte / research work, you may do your Masters (M.Tech / M.E) and later PhD.
  • 28th June 2011 07:04 PM
    Sujith pai

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    B. Tech (IT) is a professional course and offers more jobs than B.Sc (IT)
  • 21st June 2011 07:13 PM
    kartikrocks92

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    both have good future...but i think b.tech in i.t.has more scope because it is a technical course...
  • 21st June 2011 12:57 PM
    vivekbunty

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    B.tech (IT) is definetly is a better option than B.Sc(IT) dear. Previous one have greater chance of grabing job and that will influence more in framing your career.
  • 19th June 2011 08:59 PM
    rastogiaman00

    Re: Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    Both B.tech and B.schave great scope in the future.. But it depends on your interest ..and If you want to become a teacher than B.sc is good but if you want to do Job than B.tech is best for you..
  • 18th June 2011 12:28 AM
    Unregistered

    Which is best among B.Tech(IT) and B.Sc(IT)?

    Dear Friends
    Say Which Is better In B Tech. and Bsc IT ?

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