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Degrees and Job Opportunities in IT Field

Hai. I am Mutharasi. I am interested in IT Field. I have opted Computer Science Group Doing My 11th Std. What are the Degree's which support IT Field and the Job Opportunities in India(Tamil Nadu). Apart From Engineering. Pls Let me know the UG and PG courses of field. #professor #computer #education #educator #it #mentoring #technical


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suraj’s Answer

The IT industry is well known for its wide range of job titles which can make it hard for graduates interested in this sector to pin down exactly what people do.


As a job-hunting graduate, chances are you’ve got a lot on your plate so we’ve decoded some of the more common job titles you may come across during your graduate job search. However, pay close attention to the job description of particular positions you apply for. Make note of the key skills and competences wanted, and ask questions at interviews to find out more specific information about what the role will involve day to day. This will ensure that you find the right graduate job in IT with the right employer.


Graduate job 1: Software engineer
Also known as: application programmer, software architect, system programmer/engineer.


This job in brief: The work of a software engineer typically includes designing and programming system-level software: operating systems, database systems, embedded systems and so on. They understand how both software and hardware function. The work can involve talking to clients and colleagues to assess and define what solution or system is needed, which means there’s a lot of interaction as well as full-on technical work. Software engineers are often found in electronics and telecommunications companies. A computing, software engineering or related degree is needed.


Key skills include:


analysis,
logical thinking,
teamwork
attention to detail.
Graduate job 2: Systems analyst
Also known as: product specialist, systems engineer, solutions specialist, technical designer.


This job in brief: Systems analysts investigate and analyse business problems and then design information systems that provide a feasible solution, typically in response to requests from their business or a customer. They gather requirements and identify the costs and the time needed to implement the project. The job needs a mix of business and technical knowledge, and a good understanding of people. It’s a role for analyst programmers to move into and typically requires a few years’ experience from graduation.


Key skills include:


ability to extract and analyse information,
good communication
persuasion
sensitivity.
Graduate job 3: Business analyst
Also known as: business architect, enterprise-wide information specialist.


This job in brief: Business analysts are true midfielders, equally happy talking with technology people, business managers and end users. They identify opportunities for improvement to processes and business operations using information technology. The role is project based and begins with analysing a customer’s needs, gathering and documenting requirements and creating a project plan to design the resulting technology solution. Business analysts need technology understanding, but don’t necessarily need a technical degree.
Key skills include:


communication
presentation
facilitation
project management
problem solving.


Ok. I Aksapte Your answer. Thank you very much. Mutharasi S.

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Treasa’s Answer

Earn a bachelor’s degree
A foundation in mathematics, science and engineering combined with coursework in data management, data structures, numerical analysis and programming languages prepares students for employment as IT specialists.
Obtain IT certification
Although certification is not a professional requirement, it can be used to stand out from other potential hires as it demonstrates skill-level and experience to prospective employers. Most companies also require their IT specialists to have experience with their vendor’s software products.
Earn an advanced degree
After working in the field for a while, many computer support specialists advance to higher-level positions, such as computer systems administrators and network administrators or upper-level management. It’s also possible to move into other parts of an organization like sales. A master’s degree can help IT professionals to qualify for advancement. In some cases, they may even decide to pursue self-employment as IT consultants.

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Srividya’s Answer

IT is vast area, there are various topics that could interest you (Data sciences, Infrastructure, Automation etc). In order to excel in any field, dedication, ability to adapt to new things, persistance are quite important. Start with the basics, maths, analytical problems, data structures, object oriented concepts, though you might not apply these in work directly, it is very important to develop code on your own and understand what you are developing, take courses that are geared towards building applications, scripts, they would certainly help in getting an entry into the world of programming. Then it is a matter of choice on what you would like to specialize.

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Meghna’s Answer

Have you considered technical writing?

Technical Writing is a vocation which requires competency in both technical and communication aspects.
Technology is ever-evolving and companies are always on a lookout for good technical writers.

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