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Difference Between BSc (IT) and BE

BSc (IT) and BE BSc (IT) is a three-year course, after which you generally need to pursue MCA or MSc (IT) or go for some good certifications like CCNA and Java to be able to get a good job in the IT sector. BE and BTech are four year engineering degrees that enable you to get a job in the industry — including a job as a software engineer — particularly if you do it from a good engineering college. Lately however, a number of leading IT companies have begun to recruit bright BSc (IT) graduates for software development jobs. These BSc graduates are hired at relatively cheaper rates than their BTech counterparts. But after the requisite initial training they do the same work, and perform equally well. So if you do not make it to a good engineering college, I feel the BSc option may be worth considering.



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