B.Sc in Computer Science or B.Sc in Electronics-Which Course is better?


Course curriculum of B.Sc in Computer Science includes fundamentals of Software Programming, Data Base Management, Networking, Data Structures, etc. B. Sc in Electronics covers topics on Digital Circuits, Optical Electronics, Microprocessor, Computer Networks, and so on. Both these courses offer wide scope with regard to higher education and career opportunities. Even though B.Sc in Computer Science and B. Sc in Electronics courses are different from each other, both courses have their own significance.

Future Prospects of B.Sc in Computer Science

After B.Sc in Computer Science, one can look for higher education courses like Master in Computer Management or Master of Computer Application. M.Sc/B.Tech in Computer Science, M.Sc in Computer Communication, M.Sc in Statistics and Computer Applications, M.Sc in Operation Research and Computer Application, etc are other popular higher education courses. Post Graduate Diploma courses like PG Diploma in Computer Programming, PG Diploma in Applied Computer Science, PG Diploma in Computer Accounting and Auditing, etc are also a good option for candidates.

Future possibilities of B.Sc in Computer Science is not restricted to higher studies, but also candidates can build a rewarding career in areas of Software Development, Database Administration, Networking, etc. B.Sc in Computer Science graduates can find opportunities in Railways as Junior Engineer (IT). They can also work as Junior Technical Assistant in Staff Selection Commission (SSC). B.Sc in Computer Science graduates are also eligible to get in to the job position of ‘LDC-Cum-Computer Operator’ in Central Power Distribution Company of A.P. Limited. Other than these public sector jobs, candidates can work as Junior Software Programmer, System Analyst, etc in IT firms like Intel Technology, Wipro, etc.

Future Prospects of B.Sc in Electronics

After pursuing B.Sc in Electronics, one can apply for M.Sc in Applied Electronics or M.Sc. in Electronic Science. M.Sc in Electronics and Communication, M.Sc in Electronics and Instrumentation, M.Sc in Electronics and Telecommunication, M.Sc in Electronics, etc are some other higher study options. Apart from higher studies, they can get in to the roles of Technical Lead, Electronic designer, Broadcast Technician, etc in electronics as well as IT firms. National Thermal Power Corporation, Indian Space Research Organization, Oracle, Wipro, etc are the firms where B.Sc holders in Electronics can search for job opportunities.

Which course is better?

B.Sc Electronics and B.Sc in Computer Science are different from each other and each of them has its own relevance. Selection of the course actually depends on the career goals and objectives of the candidate. B.Sc in Electronics course offer flexible career opportunities, since it equips students to work in IT/ITES sectors and also electronics sector. B.Sc in Computer Science course is much suited for candidates who intend to build a career in software field.



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9 Responses to “B.Sc in Computer Science or B.Sc in Electronics-Which Course is better?”

  1. 9
    twinkal thakur:

    In future bcs is good or not?????

  2. 8
    mohammed majid:

    Starting salary for bsc electronics in BHEL

  3. 7

    i complete my bsc electronics in 2011, can i get job in electronics field

  4. 6
    gaurav raikwar:

    what can i do after b.sc computer science?
    what type of options for me in relative jobs?

  5. 5
    pravin nair:

    Starting salary for bsc electronics in BHEL

  6. 4
    Vidhate achyut:

    job aportunity of bsc comp student is very less its true?

  7. 3
    Vidhate achyut:

    job oportunity of bsc comp student is very less its true?

  8. 2
    Vidhate achyut:

    msc computer science and mca which course more flexible.

  9. 1

    after completing Bsc.electronics. what type of job is available.