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    Which is more prefferable btech (CS) or Bsc (maths) for jobs abroad

    I have passed out my 12th (non medical) ...and i wish to get my job in abroad after my higher studies...so please suggest which is better Btech (CS) or Bsc (maths) ?
    Also after which of the two i can get scolorship for further study in abroad if i wish to study there?

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    Sai1 is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Which is more prefferable btech (CS) or Bsc (maths) for jobs abroad

    Hello,

    In abroad 4 years degree is valid , not three year. If you do a 3 year degree again you need to do a one year course there and finish your course and then they allow you to join in P.G . And it is always better to do a 4 year degree to be on the safer side.

    All the Best..

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    Re: Which is more prefferable btech (CS) or Bsc (maths) for jobs abroad

    Dear friend,
    These two courses are good.But to go for aboard for further studies and to get job,it is better to go for B.Tech(CSE).

    With this course, you can software jobs like programmer,coder,tester, etc.in good companies in India and foreign.For this, you should develop good subject knowledge and communication skills.

    And depending your skills,you salary increases and it is better to learn programming languages like C,C++,.NET,JAVA,SAP,etc. to get job easily.


    ALL THE BEST

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    Re: Which is more prefferable btech (CS) or Bsc (maths) for jobs abroad

    Which is best to get a govt. Job Bsc or B.tech?

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