Looking for NEET / JEE Coaching? Enquire Now
You must Sign In to post a response.
  • Category: Career Guidance

    How to pursue a good career after B.Sc

    Aspiring to make a career in computing? Searching for the best course to become employable? Find suggestions from experts here.

    I have completed my B.Sc in MPCS and I want to pursue a good job. Which computer course will be good for me to achieve a good career?
    Can you provide suggestions?
  • Answers

    8 Answers found.
  • If you want to go for computer jobs I suggest you go for MCA. After B.SC, MPC you can join in any college for MCA. Once you complete that course you will get good jobs in computer industry. But after completing B.Sc, a certification course in computers may not fetch you a good job and potential is also less.
    Otherwise I suggest you to go for B.Ed training course and once you complete that you have number of options to go for teaching jobs. While working as a teacher you can go for higher studies and will give you a good career growth.

    always confident

  • As Dr. Rao suggested you can do MCA or you can go to teaching job. If you want to make your career in other field you can do hardware networking. Hardware networking is a very good job oriented course. So I will suggest you do this job.
    You can also get perfection in any language of computer and get perfection for making software. After learning language, you can do job in any multi nation company or you can open your new company and provide software to other companies or people. It is also a very good option.
    After doing MCA you can join any college to teach a assistant professor.
    You can also do M. Sc. computer science.
    So, now it is your choice in which field you want to go. I will suggest you to choose a field of your interest. There are a lot of scope in every field if you have mastery.

    Honesty is the best policy.

  • As you have completed a Bachelor's degree, you are already eligible to appear in most of the Government exams which are conducted to recruit people for Government Services. Some of these exams include State Public Service Commission exams, IBPS banking exams, etc., It is not necessary to do a computer course to get a job. Moreover doing the course will not guarantee you a job.
    You can also purse higher studies and look for more opportunities. If you are looking for career in IT industry then you can take MCA or MSc Information technology or any other equivalent computer course. You should appear in campus interviews with proper preparations to get a good job.


  • MSc in computer science will be a good option and after that one can do any good certification course in various subjects like networking, web hosting, software management etc.
    Now a days lot of organisation are going for annual maintenance contracts for their computer systems and large jobs are created in this arena. You can look into that aspect also.
    This will open a good job prospect in the computer industry which is day by day spreading.

    Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.

  • You can apply against various vacancy in the private and government sectors. You are a graduate now and there are many scope for a graduate in various sectors. If you want to continue your study with computer then definitely you should pursue M.Sc in computer application and software. You can be a software engineer in some reputed MNC with a good package and perks.
    Computer experts are required in large number in various departments after the launching of digital India scheme by prime minister Narendra Modi. Now most of the departments are being digitalized for the easy and smooth running of administration and easy exchange of information between different departments.
    So, in near future there will be huge job scope for those who will have master or bachelor degree in computer course.
    Hope this will be helpful.

  • After doing B.Sc you can do PGDCA( one year diploma course) or do M.C.A(Master in Computer Applications). You can also do M.Sc or MBA after B.Sc.
    Courses done after B.Sc are :-
    >> MBA
    >> MCA
    >> PGDCA
    >> MA
    >> M.Phill
    >> B.ed
    >> M.Sc

    Carrier options after B.Sc are :-
    >> Scientist
    >> Technical Writer/Editor
    >> Lecturers
    >> Chemist
    >> Enumerators
    >> Scientific Assistant
    >> Research analyst
    >> Teachers
    >> Researcher
    >> Bio-statistician
    >> Banking Jobs
    >> Clinical Research Manager
    >> Consultant

  • First, you have to choose your career path whether you want to go for I.T job or Management related jobs. If you are interested to go for I.T job, you can pursue M.C.A or M.Sc courses. After completing this course, be well versed in programming languages like C/ C++, Java with projects. This will add benefits while searching for a job in I.T field.

    If you are planning for Management jobs, then go for M.B.A. There are various specialization available in M.B.A like Marketing, Systems, H,R. You can choose any of these as per your interest. Whatever it is, your passion only will drive for long way. So, identify your passion and plan accordingly.

  • Hi Friend
    # As you have completed your B.SC , you are eligible to apply for many government sector jobs like :
    -> Jobs in banking sector(Clerk & PO posts)
    ->Civil Services Examination conducted by UPSC
    ->SSC CGL examination
    ->SSC CHSL examination
    ->SSC Multi Tasking Staff examination
    ->Jobs in postal department like postal assistant and sorting assistant
    ->Jobs in police department like Sub Inspector and Police constable posts
    ->Jobs in railway department like Senior clerk and Ticket Collector posts etc
    #You can also go for higher studies like M.SC , MCA etc


  • Sign In to post your comments