- BCA students are involved more in Computer Applications whereas BSc students can have advanced job opportunities in internet technology and database management.
- After successful completion of the course BCA, students can go for postgraduate courses like M.Sc (IT), MCA and MBA. The students who procured BSc can have further courses on MCA (Master of Computer Applications).
The students dealing with B.Sc are designated as computer professionals and can start their work as web designer, programmer, database user, network implementer etc. there are numurous job opportunities for the candidates after completing the B.Sc from the information technology branch for eg.
- Customer Service Executive in Telecom/ Banking / Insurance BPO Company
- Technician Trainee in Manufacturing Industry (MIDC)
- Medical Representative in Pharmaceutical Industry
- Sales Executive in Telecom/ Banking / Insurance Company
The B.Sc. Information Technology curriculum is designed to produce graduates equipped to function in entry and middle level information systems/technology positions with a strong foundation for continued career growth. It combines conceptual knowledge in key disciplinary areas with strong technical knowledge required for workplace performance. The curriculum has a strong emphasis on project work thus building the problem solving and critical thinking skills needed by information technology professionals.