There are many career options after B.Sc. in computer technology. Only thing is one has to make up ones mind in which direction one has to make a career and how it is going to be the line in which one has keen interest or one where one has moderate interest. This is important to find out as most of the people are able to work hard only in their line of interest and liking and in other places they find themselves resistive and lethargic. Anyway you can think of following options for your career.
1. Starting your own business is a difficult thing but it is a great ambition because there is no limit of the progress a person can make in due course of time. What type of business can one have? The answer to this universal question is the hidden inside the skills and knowledge you have acquired. You can do a course on graphic printing and start your own printing work as posters and other charts are required by everyone today from advertising purposes to display measures. You can start a small coaching centre where children can be taught the fundamentals of computer and computer related things. You have done computer course does not mean that you should have business ideas only related to this area. It is not essential. If you have attitude for business you can even simply do wholesale or retail trading in so many commodities. You ma go for loan from the bank or take loan under Mudra Yojna. If you feel that you can not take the business responsibilities alone then you can very well join a team of like minded people for starting or operating a business. Recently a group of students started a short distance courier service in Mumbai North area and they are doing very good.
2. You can go for higher qualification like M.Sc./ MBA/ PG Diploma courses etc for enhancing your area for job hunting. You have to see your financial condition also before joining them as some of the courses charge high fees. If you have a knack for research you can continue after Post Graduation also and that may entitle you to apply for lectureship in colleges and universities.
3. Have you got interest for teaching line. If so, you can go for B.Ed. and then you can apply against so many vacancies of teachers in schools which are advertised time to time.
4. With computer background you have a good scope to get a job in some computer tutorial institute where you can train the people who are learning so many fundamental courses. In that atmosphere you will also learn many things in your part time or spare time. You can even do advanced courses from there itself after which the institute will re designate your position.
5. Some multinational companies recruit B.Sc. computer area persons for their developmental projects and some companies require them for the digital marketing
work. Both these areas are good prospects in a longer run. One can try applying in such companies whenever one sees an opportunity like that.
6. Have you not thought about the competitive examination like state services, subordinate services, banking services, railway services, central civil services and executives in PSUs etc. These competitions are generally held to test the reasoning and aptitude potential of the candidates along with knowledge of english languages. Preparing for one of them will help you in other exam also. There is tough competition there but it is worth trying as it opens up a brilliant career.
Coming to the other part of your query that is MIB versus MBA, I have to tell you that MBA is very general and is a way to so many industries in India while MIB is a bit specific in its approach as it deals and emphasise on international business. It is a management course but modules are prepared from the angle of business in export and import arena. So at this stage for you it will be better to go for MBA.
Last thing which I want to advise is that career making requires a lot of hard work, persistence and patience to carve a way in this crowded world and half hearted attempts will always be a disaster in our life. So there is no substitute for focused approach and determination.