It is a 3 years long Undergraduate program. Students may pursue this program after completing their 12th Science stream schooling from a recognized board. As the name suggests, this program revolves around the field of Information Technology. B.Sc. IT course, on many fronts, is similar to IT Engineering program also. Basically, Information Technology, and thus B.Sc. IT, is all about storing, processing, securing and managing Information. Information Databases, Networks, software development & testing and programming etc are some of the very important topics that one will come across in this B.Sc. program.
B.Sc. (Information Technology) degree is the comprehensive course that involves the study of computing technology, covering everything from installing applications to designing complex computer networks and information databases. B.Sc. (Information Technology) degree course includes the study of software development, software testing, software engineering, computer networking, web design, databases, programming, etc.
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Candidates seeking admission in B. Sc. (Information Technology) in Alpine Dehradun must register online.
On the basis of seat availability Alpine Institute will send an admission offer letter. Student has to visit campus with required documents and fee.
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|1||Admission Open Date||10th May 2018|
|2||Admission Last Date||31st July 2018|
Information technology has entered and benefited all sectors of industry. IT professionals design, support, and maintain computer hardware and software for various industrial and individual applications and are much sought after for their expertise and experience.
Career paths in the IT industry can be broadly classified into the two main fields of hardware and software. Under hardware, you have manufacturing, maintenance, research and development, and management.
Software developers implement software solutions by building programs, applications and websites. They write and test code, often using development tools. The work can involve talking to clients and colleagues to assess and define what solution of system is needed, which means there is a lot of interaction as well as technical work. A computing, software engineering or related degree is often needed.
Systems analysts examine existing IT systems and write requirement for new ones. They analyse how well software, hardware and the wider IT system fir the business needs of their employer or of a client and write requirements for new systems. They may also help implement them, train users and monitor their effectiveness. Travel is a key feature of the job as the majority of work is undertaken at clients’ premises.
Business analysts are 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.
IT support analysts provide technical set-up, support and advice to IT users via email, phone, social media and in person. They either provide support within a particular organisation or to external businesses, customers of a particular product or on an ad hoc basis. For example, there is a growing market for on-demand services for home and office tech repair, set-up and troubleshooting.
Network engineering is one of the more technically demanding IT jobs. Broadly speaking the role involves setting up, administering, maintaining and upgrading communication systems, local area networks and wide area networks for an organisation. Network engineers are also responsible for security, data storage and disaster recovery strategies.
The term ‘consultant’ can be a tagline for many IT jobs, but typically technical consultants provide technical expertise to, and develop and implement IT systems for, external clients. They can be involved at any or all stages of the project lifecycle: pitching for a contract; refining a specification with the client team; designing the system; managing part or all of the project; after sales support or even developing the code.
These are the following higher education which can be done by studnet after this course.