Career Opportunities in IT

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C a r e e r O p p o r t u n I t I e s I n I T s e c t o r I n d u s t r y By Aditya Of Class X B

An Introduction:

An Introduction The products and end results of information technology are a part of our daily lives, whether it's the operating systems on mobile phones, the computer networks that automate everyday financial transactions, or the reams of information sought and found on the Internet. So it should come as no surprise that careers in the IT field are expected to grow significantly in the next decade—jobs in computer software engineering, for example, are expected to grow by 32% by 2018.

Common 10 Myths About IT Careers in India:

A degree in computer science means you’re going to be rich immediately Everyone in IT is a Developer and talks only Java Only Engineers have a career in IT Mathematically impaired people need not apply Academic Marks don’t matter for getting IT Jobs You’ve got three professional certifications . . . you’re ready to work Everyone in IT works for IT companies - TCS, INFY & WIPRO All core work in IT is done in United States People skills don’t matter in IT jobs Common 10 Myths About IT Careers in India

IT Industry Myths About INDIA:

IT Industry Myths About INDIA India is software superpower; China is hardware superpower No high tech product design happens in India The productivity of Indian IT industry is low

Applied Computer Science :

Applied Computer Science Artificial intelligence Computer architecture and engineering Computer graphics and visualization Computer security and cryptography Computational science Software engineering

Artificial Intelligence:

Artificial Intelligence This branch of computer science aims to or is required to synthesise goal-orientated processes such as problem-solving, decision-making, environmental adaptation, learning and communication which are found in humans and animals.

Computer architecture and engineering :

Computer architecture and engineering Computer architecture, or digital computer organization, is the conceptual design and fundamental operational structure of a computer system. It focuses largely on the way by which the central processing unit performs internally and accesses addresses in memory.

Computer graphics and visualization :

Computer graphics and visualization Computer graphics is the study of digital visual contents, and involves syntheses and manipulations of image data. The study is connected to many other fields in computer science, including computer vision, image processing, and computational geometry, and are heavily applied in the fields of special effects and video games.

Computer security and cryptography :

Computer security and cryptography Computer security is a branch of computer technology, whose objective includes protection of information from unauthorized access, disruption, or modification while maintaining the accessibility and usability of the system for its intended users.

Computational science :

Computational science Computational science (or scientific computing) is the field of study concerned with constructing mathematical models and quantitative analysis techniques and using computers to analyze and solve scientific problems.

Software Engineering:

Software Engineering Software engineering is the study of designing, implementing, and modifying software in order to ensure it is of high quality, affordable, maintainable, and fast to build. It is a systematic approach to software design, involving the application of engineering practices to software.

Minimum Qualification needed for Software Engineer:

Minimum Qualification needed for Software Engineer For being an software engineer you need to have the following qualifications- >B.Tech(I.T/C.S) or >BCA and MCA >Join NIIT for GNIIT course which is equivalent to the qualification for software engineer

Is an IT Career Right for You?:

Is an IT Career Right for You? Salary range Location / Travel Constant learning A changing workplace Stress

IT Industry needs are beyond IT:

IT Industry needs are beyond IT Obvious: Management Human Resources Finance and Accounting Advertisement / Marketing / Sales Important but Non obvious: Legal: Especially Cyber Law Design – Visualizing, Identifying needs, Dreaming, Creative Documentation / Writing Consultants – Vertical Specialists - Banking, Insurance, Defense, Aerodynamics, Retail, etc.

Path to reach there:

Path to reach there Good Education Extra curricular activities Post Schooling: Polytechnic Graduation: Arts and Science Graduation, Engineering Post Graduation Technical Specialization Other Specializations: Finance, MBA, Law Training Institutes NIIT GNIIT