Day by day with an increasing choices and some of similar offerings, picking the right academic course has become an increasingly challenging task for the youths pursuing their studies. This problem further gets worse when you look at the technical programmes which follows an almost similar syllabus, teaching methodologies and offers similar job opportunities to the candidates. ‘B.Tech IT vs MCA’ programmes is such a combination of courses that have put many students in a dilemma.
Afterall, these two courses are vastly different in terms of subject matter, for instance B.Tech IT is an undergraduates, MCA is a postgraduate but still their syllabus and concepts covered in both are almost similar. In order to overcome this we need to focus on each course individually and look at the minute differences that may clear the confusion and help students make an informed choice.
Bachelor of Technology, which is called B.Tech in short form. Friends, this is a bachelor's engineering degree course which is completed in 4 years. If you want to be a computer engineer or a civil engineer then you can become a B.Tech course. Friends B.Tech is a study that does not have a kind of course but you can do all kinds of courses in it.
If you want to become an engineer of any category, then if you want to do any other course than this then B.Tech. Is the best education, then you can do this course of bachelor of engineering. This is also a very good course. You can also be successful by doing so.
Let us briefly tell you about some of the courses which are the most popular BTech courses.
B.Tech Course is a course that most people are doing, it has not been given any kind of course, but you can do a lot of courses in it. To get B.Tech, you will find many government colleges and Private colleges will be available where you can complete the study of B.Tech but friends remember so much that these studies are very hard, so you need to read it very carefully if you mind and study. After that one will become a successful person.
MCA is a postgraduate level degree. The full name of MCA is Master of Computer Application. This is a 3 year course. This course is available in almost all the universities. If you want to do an MCA, then you should have the qualifications for which you must have a Graduation Degree. That too you can take admission in MCA and BCA or BSM (PCM) or BSc, besides you get 50% marks in graduation.
If you want to MCA after doing BCA You will definitely have some information about this but if you want to do an MCA after BSc (BSc) or BSc (CS) then first of all tell you that in such a way, you can get all the things from computer like BCA Relatives are taught.
This is a fully computer based course. Admission is done in almost all the universities for admission. You get admission only after passing the examination. If you want to make your career in the field of software engineering or you can do MCA in the field of banking, by doing MCA, you can get very good information in the field of computer.
What MCA covers is typically a full-time degree course with a duration of three years. MCA program
covers many aspects of computational theory,programming, algorithm design and optimization, network and database management, mobile technologies, electronics, mathematics, probability,statistics, accounting, finance, many more. Some institutes provide a six years (eleven semesters and six months On the Job Training) integrated MCA. This amazing to know that how are MCA programmes are designed in the IT and the software industries and both are dynamic, fast growing. All the programmes are designed keeping in mind the requirements of industry.
These programmes aims at the understanding of the fundamentals of computing among the students so that they can compete in nowadays global situations. The MCA programme is inclined more toward Application Development and thus has more emphasis on latest programming language and tools to develop better and faster applications.
Bachelor’s of Engineering
Master’s in Computer Applications
Applied Science (Technological and non- technical)
Computer Applications (programming languages) and tools for developing the Applications
Preferred Master's Degree
M.E. or M.Tech
Itself a Master’s degree
In first year you will get a brief of all most all the branches of Engineering. In general the branch specific subjects are taught in the third semester onwards, depends upon the opted branch later.
Database management system, operating systems, software engineering, computer architecture, web technologies and languages such as C,C++,HTML etc.
Depends upon the specific branch studied in the course. For example: someone with the civil branch degree may get to work in a construction company.
In current scenario most of the IT companies are having their own IT departments and thus have also expanded the scope of work for MCA graduates.
Studies generally includes the technical aspects. It is more focused on information of digital electronics, microprocessors and its programming apart from software languages.
Focus on in-depth. Knowledge of the development of computer applications and familiarity with programming languages.
In general 10+2 or its equivalent examinations along with mathematics as one of the subjects.
In general BSC, BCA, B.COM, B.A. degree with Mathematics as one of the subjects at 10+2 level or at graduation.
Are not eligible for the Phd.
Are eligible for the Phd.
Physics and chemistry
In general it includes mathematics
Students looking for a thorough engineering course
Students looking for a course related with the development of computer applications