In India, from a career point of view, an engineering degree (BE/BTech/BSc(Engg.)) in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science and Technology, Information Technology, or Master in Computer Applications (MCA) after a BSc degree - all are same. There may be differences in a handful of courses - that is just to give an impression that these streams are different - not really. That differences are anyway there even in the same stream (say, Computer Science and Engineering) across universities - there are some core courses (say, Data Structures, Algorithms, Database Systems, Digital Logic) that every university teaches in all these streams; beside that the universities keep some differences in other courses to show their degree is quite unique. Yes, from absolute academic point of view there are differences between Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Information Technology (Wikipedia can explain). But career wise all land up in same destination - primarily IT industry (all type of IT work - analysis, design, development, test, administration, management, maintenance, enhancement, architecture), some go to Electronics / Communication industry, some go to higher studies or research, some join academic. Whoever makes exceptional contributions, that's his/her individual credit. Initially there was only Computer Science / Computer Science and Engineering degrees. During 90s the demand for Computer Science graduates increased too much. Now in a class maximum 50-60 students can be accommodated. So to fulfill this high demand the universities started additional degrees with separate names Information Technology, MCA, etc. Even BSc/MSc in Computer Science, BCA, etc. got started. However, if a student aspires to pursue education in Computer Science, the trend is to first go for an engineering degree in Computer Science and Engineering; if the seats are full then he/she opts for Information Technology. By the way, since you have just completed 10th, the first thing is to complete 12th in Science (I think I had not to tell this).