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IT graduates have a number of career options

SOFTWARE ENGINEER Today :- Jan – with an added push from the government’s Make in India’ scheme, manufacturing and its sub sectors will need nearly 97 million skilled workers by 2022. Among these, software engineers will be the most soughtafter. Skilled candidates can expect to have a plethora of job options, especially at the entry level. The Digital India scheme is also generating demand for IT graduates. In general, a software engineer must have hands-on knowledge of designing, developing and debugging web applications. The work also involves communicating with clients and departments to assess and define what solution of system in needed. Key hiring sectors: IT, telecom, manufacturing, internet/dotcom and consulting services Key skills: Analysis, logical thinking, teamwork and attention to detail Average entry-level salary: Rs 2.5-3.5 lakh per annum
SYSTEMS ANALYST Systems analysts investigate and analysts business problems and work closely with developers, project managers, quality analysts, system engineers and stakeholders to design and implement feasible solutions, capabilities and processes in response to request from the business of a customer. The job calls for a mix of business and technical knowledge. Professionals must plan well, coordinate and execute testing if new features and applications and convert client requirements into technical terms so that they can be used by the development team and advise clients on resource requirements, scope, budgets and timing. Key hiring sectors: IT, internet/ dotcom, consulting services, construction and BPO/ITeS Key skills: Analysis, ability to solve problems, good communication and troubleshooting skills Average entry-level salary: Rs 2-3 lakh per annum
TECHNICAL SUPPORT in general, technical support is the backbone of the IT infrastructure of an organisation. These professional troubleshooters resolve all technical issues related to software and the range of products and services of an organization, besides interacting with clients to resolve their problems and gather feedback. Testing and analysis of all products and services is the core element of the role. Tech support professionals also need to identify any bugs/issues in the system and assist in their resolution and build strategies to improve efficiency, profitability and quality of service. Key hiring sectors: BPO/ITeS, IT, telecom, automobile and consulting services key skills: Technical knowledge, ability to solve problems and good communication skills Average entry-level salary: Rs 1.5-3 lakh per annum Source: Timesjobs.com bureau By
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