difference between IT & Computer science
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Ashish Paliwal | Contributor-Level 78 years agoDear AkashCSE and IT are related branches in engineering with slight differences. CSE branch give emphasis to the development of software by using different programming tools. It also gives importance to hardware aspect. IT branch on the other hand, focuses on which software tool must be selected to complete a particular task. Future scope and the salary packages of both the streams are more or less the same.The basic idea by which these two branches were separated that CS is basically to give emphasis on the Algorithmic part of computer sciences with the knowledge of hardware, and IT is mostly the application part of CS.In IT more focus is h... view more
Answered by8 years agoThe term Information Technology refers to the application of technology by considering an information. It is also storing, manipulation and management of data using computer. Globally there has been vast growth in IT sector. The vacancies in IT professions are also increasing due to the variety of performance of IT professionals in every fields. The above mentioned reason also force IT industries to provide employments upon a large scale. The different small branches of IT such as Database Management, Networking, Information, Security, Cloud Computing, Business Intelligence etc are also increasing day by day.Computer Science is the scientific... view more
Aditya Kumar | Contributor-Level 108 years agoComputer science deals with mostly theories about the computer and its application
information technology deals mostly with communication system and hardware with basic computer science.
most of the papers will be the same.
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