How much is BSC-IT job oriented??
The job scene in IT is very wide. You can look for jobs in IT or IT related industries, and other industries too where IT is extensively used for eg., Telecommunication etc.,
You get to work as trainee in – software programming, developing, networking, support etc.,
However, there is competition as every year thousands of students pass out with graduation in IT. Hence you might find it tough unless your grades are great and you have passion towards IT.
To overcome this, to an extent, it is advisable to take up Masters after graduation, either full time, or part-time, while working, in M.Sc IT or MCA etc.,
This will enable you to continuously learn new things and also improve your chances of getting a better job in future in reputed companies.
A company always wants to employ someone who has a bit of experience and a higher degree, so getting a Masters degree is practically good if one want to progress faster, along with some summer internships or working experience after graduation.