At a time, when most of the courses selected by students are of the professional nature, it is the job scenario, which has undergone a major shift. Students are picking up technical courses or professional courses, which would enable them to land good jobs in the coming years after their passing out. Therefore, subjects like engineering, MCA, MBBS, accountancy, etc are in the top of the list of streams that are being chosen by students nowadays.

Although these mentioned subjects have been in the spectrum of choice by many students, computer science and computer application degrees have experienced a sudden surge in the choice of students. With the help of the entrance exams, students are finding admissions into the various engineering colleges and are going for the computer science and IT streams.

Even after passing out from the Bachelor in Engineering courses, they are doing their M Tech degrees from colleges in the sub-branches of IT and Computer Science. This goes on to show that the IT and related branches are in much demand. A major part of such popularity is because of the IT jobs that are being created and that would be further increased in the coming years.

Couple of decades back, IT jobs were popular in the private sector as many off shored jobs landed in the kitty of those who had the required computer knowledge. Various well known, multinational companies recruited the qualified students to work in these projects and provide the software and IT solutions.

Although, government jobs have always been in demand among the population, IT jobs under the government sector were not very well known or preferred by the students. For that matter, government IT jobs were also not found in large numbers to be of any significance. Now that the government is making every effort to make its offices and working, entirely computerised, the IT jobs are increasing in number.

Government jobs in the IT sectors are getting into the spectrum of choice in recent years, and the recruitment is being done by public sector undertakings as well as many government agencies. These recruitments are being done through the public service commission of the state and centre. Starting from the health sector to the field of academics, computers and information technology is being made use of in many sectors.

Most of the government sectors are actively recruiting people. Therefore, students who are aspiring to join the government IT jobs in the coming years, should prepare themselves well for entrance exam 2012, and secure for themselves a seat in the leading engineering colleges in the computer science and information technology streams.

Looking at the prospects, this particular sector has to offer, many students are also going for the short computer courses of SAP, ERP, Software applications, etc, to learn the different IT based working systems. With innovations and developments in these sectors happening at a rapid rate, the job opportunities are also increasing, giving the aspiring students a reason to improve their performances in the entrance exams. is the first job Portal in India dedicated to provide details of all Govt Jobs, Sarkari Naukri, Government Jobs 2012, Government Jobs In India, Government IT Jobs, Freshers Job, and much more. Explore Entrance Exam 2012, Employment News

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