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query about eligibilty
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Well, your query is not clear. Do you want to know eligibility criteria from BE/BTech, ME/MTech admission?
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I just heard your communication with the Counselor.
And I do agree with her that to be in the IT field, you do not need to be an IT graduate. Every IT organization has different departments like Accounts / Finance, Admin and the HR department and they need qualified people in those fields to work in those departments respectively.
Now since you have worked in the IT sector, ask yourself what in the IT were you interested in???Will you be able to continue in that field and make a career in the long run or in the future??If yes, then you could opt for courses related to IT then.
But before that, did you study Math at the 12th level. I know commerce stream, but did you have Math as a subject.If No, then to join a course, you would have to first appear separately for the Math paper, prepare on your own and appear for the exam.At the Graduate level, you could opt for a B.Sc IT or a B.Sc Computer science course. Both are a 3 years fulltime course.Also please note that private institutes like NIIT, Aptech etc do provide short term courses related to IT.I would suggests that you opt for a regular B.Com course and get yourself qualified with the short term courses related to IT form a private institutes.This will help you in terms of opening up two options simultaneously for you in the market.As a Commerce graduate you could opt for a Finance related job in any industry, and being IT certified you could opt for working in the IT field.
Or else, you could opt for a BCA program, which is also a 3 years course. It focuses on practical application of softwares and its applications and touchbases on Hardware too.So instead of doing a B.Com, you could opt for a BCA program and simultaneously opt for the IT certifications from the private institutes,Thus you would be both Software and Hardware qualified graduate.
At the same time, please note that computers is a volatile field and keeps changing everytime. Something new crops in the market, and you need to be aware of the new invention too. So even if you are working, you need to keep yourself updated with the latest to survive in the market.
Hope this helps.Wish you good luck...
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