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Dear Friend Please try to understand the following points hope will be helpful to break your confusion at max:1. I do not know your background and scoring level which is a significant tool to bring you the clarity in life whatever you do. So a great person has always a simple life and very much transparent to others, this is the general and universal opinion for all.2. How to come out from this juncture simply you see the course structure of both - IT and CSE and draw the similarity matrix with the help of your understanding. Of course if course module appeals you as per your interest or modules seem to be struggling or puzzle you then either you will force yourself to understand again or withdraw to spend time it is up to you.3. Another way to understand the programs at this level: just explore the elementary subjects preferably all the subjects from 8th to 12th from NCERT and analyze the subject compatibility with your futuristic approach you will be getting signals to opt out.4. Next approach is to see the application of subject and explore the implacability in market and technical world and calculate your understanding with the set parameters like how aspirants get employment and other benefits. 5. In my opinion a subject can not be judged with the individual approach both are unique and identical in its own world where typical manpower is produced to justify the application of subject. Though unfit or misfir or bogus candidate joins the course by default then subject as well as bearer both become victim so you are advised not to do this.In my frank opinion you must ignore the confusion and do assess your internal skills and interest if you really understand the fundamental influx for the available products in technological sector. Your eternal stuffs will be scanned through your ease of understanding which will bring you to the hallmark decision, no body can interfere into your decision, possibly avoid the others opinion for your comfort. As I did in your case I have not given any fake suggestion to opt you one thing rather I tried my best to extract your feasibility and understand within your side for a subject and made you eligible to judge any subject.Hope it will serve your purpose forever.BestM
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