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July 1, 2022

M.SC IT

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About Course

MSc IT is a postgraduate degree program. The academic program MSc IT is defined as Master of Science in Information Technology. The duration of this M.Sc. program is two years. Since, the specialization under this program is offered in information technology, candidates enrolled in the course are trained in an efficient manner to remain productive in the industry and grab good career opportunities ahead.

MSc IT is a postgraduate degree program. The academic program MSc IT is defined as Master of Science in Information Technology. The duration of this M.Sc. program is two years. Since, the specialization under this program is offered in information technology, candidates enrolled in the course are trained in an efficient manner to remain productive in the industry and grab good career opportunities ahead.

Aspiring individuals are required to fulfil the minimum eligibility criteria to enroll in the course that is completion of B.Sc in physics, chemistry, mathematics, computer science or any other related specialization. Graduates of MSc IT have numerous career options to pursue such as computer programmer, data administrator, application programmer, software developer and others.

M.Sc. IT Eligibility

The minimum eligibility criteria varies from institute to institute. Several colleges conduct entrance examinations to provide admissions while other institutes provide admission on a merit basis or first come first serve basis.

  • Individuals are required to complete a B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science) in physics, chemistry, mathematics, computer science or other related specialization.

  • Completion of 10+2+3 with a minimum of 50 per cent of marks is mandatory.

M.Sc. IT Admission

The admission process for enrollment in M.Sc. Information Technology varies from institute to institute. We have provided below the stages involved in the admission process.

Merit Based Admission

  • Individuals are required to send applications for admission in colleges and register themselves for admission in the respective websites of colleges.

  • They are selected on the basis of their percentage or scores acquired in the previous examinations (final scores of B.Sc or fifth semester scores).

  • Individuals with higher scores have higher chances of admission.

Entrance Examination based Admission

Those who have appeared in the final semester examinations of B.Sc. are required to register themselves for appearing in the entrance examination conducted for M.Sc. IT.

  • Individuals are required to appear in the written examination. Those who qualify the written examination are invited for the second round.

  • The second round involves group discussion. It is conducted to test candidates’ teamwork and leadership skills.

  • The third round or final round is based on a personal interview. Candidates’ self confidence is tested during this round.

Course Curriculum

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Language: English
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