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Computer Science Engineering
Computer Science is the study of computers and computational systems. Unlike electrical and computer engineers, computer scientists deal mostly with software and software systems; this includes their theory, design, development, and application.
What Do Computer Science Engineers Do?
Then maybe computer science is the right path for you! ... Computer scientists use technology to solve problems. They write software to make computers do new things or accomplish tasks more efficiently. They create applications for mobile devices, develop websites, and program software.
Part I - 10th Pass with 40% from Recognized Board.
Part II - 12th (PCM)/10th + ITI pass in relevant trade.
The career opportunities for computer science graduates can be classified into seven categories: programming and software development, information systems operation and management, telecommunications and networking, computer science research, web and Internet, graphics and multimedia, training and support, and computer industry specialists. Some careers require additional formal training or study, and experience working in the field. For example, an MBA degree is helpful to management consultants, a course work in biology and biochemistry is needed for bioinformatics specialists, and an advanced degree in computer science is usually required for data miners.
Computer and Information Systems Manager
Computer Systems Analyst
Computer Hardware Engineer
Computer Support Specialists
Web Developer and many more
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