- In this, the most popular choices are master’s IT degrees like M.Tech or M.C.A. (in computer applications). These are full-time residential courses usually lasting two years. Along with getting a good graduation score, you’ll have to take entrance tests to qualify.
Several leading institutes offer such courses. After post-graduation, many job chances will open up for you in the IT industry.
2. Other options:
Here, you can consider correspondence, certificate, and part-time courses from recognized institutes like NIIT and Aptech. You can do job-oriented courses in popular topics like Java, Hardware & Networking, and .NET.