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futute Scope of MIS officer in IT industry
Hi Arpita,MIS or Management Information systems, is a job related to management of the systems.You not only need managerial skills but need to be technically apt too for this job.
You would be the one who deals with the smooth functioning of computers to softwares to any other technical issues one may face and at the same time managing people who use those softwares
Please note that an MIS executive is generally considered part of the IT team, since his job is closely related to the smooth functioning of the systems and keeping them updated.
A brief description of the role of an MIS executive in relation to the IT world would be:
In IT some job profiles, you may be given includes network and computer systems administrator, IT officer, computer systems analyst and computer and information systems manager or MIS officer.
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck....
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As recently answered the same question, I will repeat my answer for you.
There is a scope for MIS in the IT industry. The purpose of MIS is to help the smooth running of the business by providing information on the data from different levels so that decisions can be made to ensure that the business remains competitive and successful. Specifically, MIS is created to support the whole range of business administration and regulatory activities
MIS is the need of any public or private industry including IT industry. If you are masters in computer science. Or IT, you can get good opportunity to work in the field of MIS.
Potential career titles include network and computer systems administrator, IT officer, computer systems analyst and computer and information systems manager or MIS officer.
The scope within the role are ultimately dependent on the organisation and its information systems.
Hope I have answered your query. If you have doubts, feel free to write back again.
Best Wishes,Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD
MIS is very essential element in any industry and its true for IT industry too.
Definitely I can say that you a good career in MIS can be pursued.
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