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||Jai Sri Gurudev ||
Adichunchanagiri Shikshana Trust(R.)


VTU Affiliated, AICTE Approved, Accredited by NBA(CSE,ISE,ECE,ME,CV,AE)& NAAC with A+ grade, Gold rated by QS I-Gauge
Chickballapur- 562101 Karnataka, India
||Jai Sri Gurudev ||
BGSKH Education Trust[R.]

Balagangadharanatha Swamiji Kengal Hanumanthaiah Education Trust

A charitable Trust created on 12.04.1979, A unit of Sri Adichunchanagiri Shikshana Trust [R]

Explore Computer Science Careers

Computer Programmer

Computer programmers provide valuable services across economic sectors, creating code for software and computer applications and programs. These professionals work in information technology, academia, government service, and medical fields — with additional career opportunities as independent and contract workers.

Requirements for computer programming positions vary, but with advanced education and credentials, programming professionals increase their earning potential and career options. To expand their prospects, computer programmers can network through professional and career resources.

Computer programmers write and test code that allows computer applications and programs to function. They may translate designs from software developers and engineers into workable code. They may also update or expand the code of existing programs or test programs for errors, finding and resolving faulty lines of code.

Hardware Engineer

Computer hardware engineers oversee the manufacture, installation, and testing of computer systems, servers, chips, and circuit boards. They work with peripherals including keyboards, routers, and printers. Another title for this occupation is hardware engineer.

Responsibilities can depend on the needs and requirements of employers, but some common duties include:

  • Analyze user needs and recommend appropriate hardware.
  • Modify hardware to enable forensic analysis of the media or to change the functionality of the hardware for other purposes.
  • Participate in the design and development of electronic circuits and assemblies.
  • Conduct technical exploitation and examination of high priority digital media.
  • Test and peer review for technical accuracy, standards and compliance to the design.

Software Developer

Software developers will design and build computer programs. Some develop new applications for mobile or desktop use, while others build underlying operating systems. Either way, software developers identify user needs, build programs, test out new software, and make improvements. Working closely with computer programmers, software developers fill crucial roles in the computer systems, manufacturing, finance, and software publishing industries.

A programmer generally only writes code,[2] but a software developer usually will:

  • Work out the requirements to use the software
  • Develop prototypes
  • Work on the budget and finances of the project
  • Perform testing, or get ideas from testers they select before the software is released
  • Work on demonstrations or samples
  • Release updates and patches for the softwar

Systems Manager

Systems managers work closely with executives and entry-level employees alike, coordinating technology needs at all levels. Specific duties for systems managers vary by industry and company size. The computer systems design industry employs the largest number of systems managers, while the retail and service industries offer the highest salaries. Systems managers possess critical thinking, analytical, and problem-solving skills, plus extensive knowledge of computer software and hardware.

With skills applicable to positions in technology, retail, manufacturing, and financial industries, systems managers enjoy employment options across economic sectors. Education and experience factor heavily into the types of careers systems managers enter, with higher degrees boosting job opportunities.

Systems managers need a bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, or a related discipline. Individuals with master’s degrees can advance into administrative and director roles, even excelling to executive positions. Many systems managers focus on an aspect of information technology such as network architecture, security, or data analysis.

Data Scientist

Data scientists are big data wranglers, gathering and analyzing large sets of structured and unstructured data. A data scientist’s role combines computer science, statistics, and mathematics. They analyze, process, and model data then interpret the results to create actionable plans for companies and other organizations.

Data scientists are analytical experts who utilize their skills in both technology and social science to find trends and manage data. They use industry knowledge, contextual understanding, skepticism of existing assumptions – to uncover solutions to business challenges. A data scientist’s work typically involves making sense of messy, unstructured data, from sources such as smart devices, social media feeds, and emails that don’t neatly fit into a database. Technical skills are not the only thing that matters, however. Data scientists often exist in business settings and are charged with communicating complex ideas and making data-driven organizational decisions. As a result, it is highly important for them to be effective communicators, leaders and team members as well as high-level analytical thinkers.

Web developer

web developer is a programmer or a coder who specializes in, or is specifically engaged in, the development of World Wide Web applications using a client–server model. The applications typically use HTMLCSS and JavaScript in the client, PHPASP.NET (C#), PythonNode.jsGo or Java in the server, and http for communications between client and server. A web developer may specialize in client-side applications (front-end developer), server-side applications (back-end developer), or both (full-stack developer). 

Even though there are no formal requirements, web development projects require web developers to have advanced knowledge and skills such as:

Software Engineer

A software engineer is often confused with a programmer, but the two are vastly different disciplines. A programmer is tasked with creating the code that makes a program run, whereas a software engineer is responsible for designing, developing and implementing the software solutions programmers create.

Those interested in pursuing software engineer careers can expect growing job opportunities. Software engineers design software programs and often participate in the details of their development. In a world that places increasing importance on applications and web development, employment options for software engineers remain robust in a variety of industries. For aspiring software engineers, that can mean diverse career opportunities.

The role of a software engineer, or computer software engineer, is to develop highly functional, solution-based software processes and solutions that address specific needs within an organization or department. These software solutions need to have been thoroughly tested for accuracy and security before implementation, and they need to comply with current coding standards and operating procedures.

Database Administrator

A database administrator (DBA) is the information technician responsible for directing or performing all activities related to maintaining a successful database environment. A DBA makes sure an organization’s database and its related applications operate functionally and efficiently.

The DBA is responsible for understanding and managing the overall database environment. By developing and implementing a strategic blueprint to follow when deploying databases within their organization, DBAs are instrumental to the ongoing efficacy of modern applications that rely on databases for data storage and access.

Without the DBA’s oversight, it is inevitable that application and system outages, downtime and slowdowns will occur. Problems such as these result in business outages that can negatively affect revenue, customer experience and company reputation.

DBAs are the subject matter experts for database management systems and all related topics, including DBMS implementation and configuration;

IT Architect

An IT architect is an individual that architects and designs information technology solutions and services for organizations. They posses a strong business and IT background to architect software, hardware, network or any IT solution that gives the best results to the business.

An IT architect primarily posses technical skills in planning, architecting and implementing enterprise-class IT solutions and services. They usually develop IT architectures using methodical diagrams that define the specifications, business/IT models, implementation road map and other guidelines. An IT architect also ensures that the underlying IT architecture delivers the capabilities that address current and future business needs.

Based on the requirements and/or environment, an IT architect can create:

  • Software architectures
  • Network architectures
  • Enterprise application/ IT architectures
  • Security architectures
  • Database architectures

Network Administrator

Network administrators design, manage, and maintain technological networks. They work within organizations and government agencies to oversee local area networks, wide area networks, network segments, and other data communication systems as needed.

Network administrators provide support and oversight alike, working closely with colleagues to explain how to use data storage and communication networks and ensure efficiency. Often part of a larger, computer-related operational staff, network administrators may supervise computer support and computer systems specialists.

Network administrators are responsible for making sure that computer hardware and network infrastructure related to an organization’s data network are effectively maintained. In smaller organizations, they are typically involved in the procurement of new hardware, the rollout of new software, maintaining disk images for new computer installs, making sure that licenses are paid for and up to date for software that needs it


Systems Analyst

A systems analyst, also known as business technology analyst, is an information technology (IT) professional who specializes in analyzing, designing and implementing information systems. … A systems analyst is a person who uses analysis and design techniques to solve business problems using information technology.

 System analysts carry the responsibilities of researching problems, finding solutions, recommending courses of actions and coordinating with stakeholders in order to meet specified requirements. They study the current system, procedures and business processes of a company and create action plans based on the requirements set.

Systems analysts need to be familiar with different operating systems, hardware configurations, programming languages, and software and hardware platforms. They can be involved starting from the analysis phase of the project until the post deployment assessment review.