Aim of the cource
the IT industry booming in India and the Internet and emerging IT trends,
one feels lost in the race of technology. Industries, as of today have
started to depend on IT and computer infrastructure as a fundamental prerequisite
to development. With the government taking a freer outlook towards import
and export of technology, and the recent entry of private ISP's, the importance
of computer literates is bound to increase in India, both in scientific
research and the economy.
University of Delhi started two undergraduate courses--
(Bachelors in Information Sciences)
(Bachelors in Information Technology)
As almost every alternate column talks about education and placement opportunities
for computer literates in various institutions both in India and abroad.Realizing
the enormous market for computer-oriented education,these courses were
introduced, keeping in mind the present scarcity in the Indian market for
affordable technical education in India.
The course content for the courses has also been designed very efficiently,
with the present trends and market requirements in mind. The courses have
been designed on the lines of other professional courses, combining the
curriculum with intensive industrial training for the students to familiarize
them with the industry environment. The courses
to develop an intellectual approach to problem-solving as applied to many
fields including information systems and promote a sound knowledge of software
development techniques with emphasis on scientific business systems."