It is a 3 years long Undergraduate program. Each academic year is divided into two semesters. Each semester is six months long. Students may pursue this program after completing their 12th in any stream from a recognized board. As the name suggests, this program revolves around the field of Information Technology. B.Sc. IT course, on many fronts, is similar to IT Engineering program also!

Like all other undergraduate programmes related to Information Technology, BSc (Bachelor of Science) in IT is basically about storing, processing, securing, and managing information. This degree is primarily focused on subjects such as software, databases, and networking.

The BSc degree in IT is awarded for completing a programme of study in the field of software development, software testing, software engineering, web design, databases, programming, computer networking and computer systems. Graduates with an information technology background are able to perform technology tasks relating to the processing, storing, and communication of information between computers, mobile phones, and other electronic devices


All those candidates who have passed the 10+2 or its equivalent examination in any stream conducted by a recognized Board / University / Council.

Future Scope

After having done B.Sc.-IT that is Bachelor of Science in the field of Information Technology you have many options to build your career

1. Job:

After completing BSc.IT, you can seek jobs through your college by campus recruitment or by seeking for a job by yourself. As graduate in the field of IT which happens to be of a great spectrum, you can get a job in various IT organisations as a System Analyst, Database Administrator, Web Programmer, Application Programmer, Web Designer, stc. or even in a BPO i.e call center. The salaries depend on the marks during graduation as well as the aptitude of the student but, the salary will be between 1,00,000 to 3,80,000 which happens to be pretty good as a starting salary for a non-experienced IT graduate.

2. Higher Studies:

Here 3 different routes are available like Post Graduation, Management and Studies abroad.

I. Post Graduation (M.Sc.-IT/ MCA)

In Post graduation, a BSc.IT graduate can do a MSc in the same field or a MCA. Now, Job-wise MSc is preferred by people who want to go into the research or the teaching field. MCA is for people who want to become programmers and all those high paying jobs. The MCA is a 3 year course while the MSc is a 2 year course.

II. Master of Business Administration – MBA

Now, One can do a MBA even after Post graduate degree but doing it right after your Bachelor’s will give you a great edge and catapult you to a high paying job of a manager much Faster. To do MBA in India the student have to appear for the exams like CAT, MH-CET, CMAT, XAT, SNAP, NMAT, etc.

III. Studies abroad for MS or MBA

If studying abroad is an option for you then preferable options are either UK or USA as they are the best in the IT field and offer the highest salaries too! US needs 16 years education while UK allows 15 years. Now a BSc.IT graduate will have completed 15 years of education so his only option is UK where the MS that is Master of Science in IT which is equivalent to Post graduate degree in engineering is only of a year. But, If you are keen on doing your MS IT in USA then you will have to do a small 1 year diploma in any field so as to complete the 16 years of education and then apply for the colleges. So, take GRE (MS) or GMAT (MBA) Exam and then TOEFL/ IELTS/etc. Exam, score good marks and go abroad.

3. Other Certification Courses after B.Sc IT :

A variety of certification courses are available for aspirants who have finished their bachelor’s degree in IT. A few of them comprise of

  • Hardware Network & Security Courses
  • Software Programming & Development Courses
  • Web Designing & Development Courses

4. Appearing for Public Sector Exams like U.P.S.C., M.P.S.C., SBI-PO, etc. :

The student who want to become an IAS, IPS, etc. Or want to work in Government Organizations or banks can appear for various Public Sector Exams conducted by respective departments of Central or State Governments.