BIT vs BSC.CSIT .which is better in context of Nepal?

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This topic contains 13 replies, has 11 voices, and was last updated by  Aarogya Thapa Magar 10 months, 1 week ago.

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  • #1450

    Sagar Shrestha
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    I am thinking of studying Information Technology. Can anyone guide me on which is better course between BIT and bsc.CSIT? I have searched in internet but could not understand. And what are chances of getting job in IT sector in Nepal. I have seen all students apply for abroad after completing bachelors in IT. Nepal ma kaam napaune vayera ho?

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    #1452

    Achyut Tondon
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    Well bro, This is the era of IT scope chaina vanne ta kura nai hudaina. Both the courses are equally important in their field. I think if you have passion in computer you can go for any of the courses. Masters garna ko lagichai Nepal ma teti ramro colleges haru chaina thats why people choose abroad.

    #1453

    Avinash Bhattarai
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    Yea and if you are good there are lots of scope here in Nepal as well. programming, coding garna sikyo vane atti scope xa. Jamana outsourcing ko xa. Many firms of US, Europe are outsourcing their IT department to India, Nepal and other developing countries. So if you study and learn well I see lots of scope here in Nepal too. Plus abroad jana ni sajilo hunxa after bachelors in any IT subjects. BCA is more of computer related while CSIT covers more area. So it depends on what are your preferences. you can look the course details and syllabus then decide. Best of luck for future brother.

    #1454

    Pradeep Sapkota
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    Bro jamana IT ko nadayi pade huncha either BIT or BSC CSIT. I would prefer BIT over BSC CSIT hunata both are related to IT but CSIT ma alik science besi huncha.. Regarding job ko ramro gare jata pani job cha bro. coding, designing, database administrator, network administrator any many more IT is the most paid job in the world and growing at rapid rate. Nepal ma basera you can earn more than in USA.

    #1480

    New Godfather
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    Bro pursue BIT but in abroad since the quality of Nepali Colleges for IT is not dat much good.

    #1716

    Suman devkota
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    BIT is for management students while BSC>CSIT is for science students as the name BSC suggests.And there is lots of scope in Nepal after IT as many big countries are outsoursing their IT function in Nepal and India. So brother if you are inclined towards IT and computers you can study either of these courses blindly. Afterall, afno interest vako kura padyo vane you can have a bright future plus IT course has good charm in itself.

    #1804

    Yaggya Sharma
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    There are different forms of IT courses like BE, BCA, BIT, BCIS, BSc IT.

    Let me tell you more about BSC CSIT course.
    BSc CSIT is not just an IT(Information Technology) it is append with CS(Computer Science). It is the blend of computer science and Information technology.

    BSc CSIT cover minimum 126 credit hours, remember minimum, because we can also add more credit by giving more exams we have lot of extra electives. This is a plus point for abroad studies.

    126 credit hours comes from 75 credit hours of core Computer Science, 15 credit hours of electives, 12 credit hours of Natural Science, 6 credit hours of Management, 6 credit hours of math, 3 credit hours of Technical Writing and 9 credit hours form Project and Internship.

    regarding the scope of Information technology, this is the most talked about and most sellable course in entire globe. Software engineers and software architect are in the top of the list in money magazine and fortune magazine’s fastet growing and highest paid job titles. This also proves the charm of IT course. Things are similar in Nepal too.

    #1819

    Sagar Shrestha
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    Thank you everyone for all the the responses. Happy to be member of studentsnepal. 🙂

    #96271

    Suman devkota
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    You are welcome Sagar. If any further queries about BIT or Bsc Csit or other information technology courses in Nepal, you can ask here. I will try to reply.

    #100395

    kshitiz pandeya
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    Are there any TU affilated BIT college in nepal? And if there are than can a management student can apply? Im science student & Wanna choose IT for my further studies…Bt confused abt BIT & BscIT….Need help

    #100409

    Rishi Belbase
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    bit many college affilated to foreign university. too much expensive

    #100855

    Sagar Shrestha
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    Can I get the detailed fee structure of IT courses of Nepal. Fee structure of BIT, fee structure of Bsc Csit, fee structure of other bachelors level IT courses. Also I would like to know whether master in engineering open for bsc.csit students in Nepal or not. What are the courses that we can take after completing bsc csit in Nepal if we choose not to move abroad.

    #115933

    Neupane Bhai
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    Can anyone clarify abaout BIT IN {Network Security}?
    Please clearify it in details and its scope as well
    Also after completing BIT in Network Security, what we will be ? I mean web designer or sustem analysist or something like that ?
    Thanks in advance.

    #136690

    Aarogya Thapa Magar
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    Which course have more computer uses??

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