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Q - I have passed 10 with 90%. ihave my intrests in computers. advice me on which stream should i choose so that in future i donít have to look out high income jobs here and there

- Dhawal

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Today, many different types of courses and career options in computers are available such as:
Computer Science & Engineering
Software Engineering
Information Technology
Information Systems, Information Science
Interdisciplinary areas like Bioinformatics, Geomatics.

If you want to make a solid academic background in computers, consider any of these options:
Degree in Computer Engineering - Take Science with Maths for +2 studies.
Computer Engineering involves software, hardware and the development of systems; and includes study of software, hardware, and communications. It is very wide but also offers great opportunities and you can later specialise in any particular field.

MCA - Take maths in +2 studies
Actual difference between Computer Engineering and MCA studies  is that Computer Engineering is a relatively very broad area whereas MCA is specific and related to computer applications and doesn’t cover hardware, communications and some other parts in detail.

If you don’t want to do Computer Engineering and MCA, then you can do other courses in specific branch of computers you like.
BSc. - CS or IT or other branches
Degree/ Diploma in Multimedia, Animation, Designing, Gaming, Database Administration, Hardware maintenance, Search engine optimisation and marketing, etc.

All you need to do is to gain good knowledge & expertise in your area and keep yourself up-to-date.


[Answered on July 8, 2011]

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