I am going to do B.Tech in comp. science , what are the various branches for doing MS(Master of Science) .

Pls let me know the various courses to do MS.. I am also interested in the field of multimedia...Is there any MS courses in animation & multimedia ? And can I earn a good salary after that ? After studying that where can I be employed ? Pls I need ur guidance to choose my way...

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    Hemanth Kumar Kumar

    2011-09-25 00:14:26
    Dear Student, As you have mentioned you are going to do BTech now, I do not understand why should you worry about masters now. Yes you can do MSc in Animation but after BSc in Animation. Animation offers excellent jobs. Industry wise it is already a $1.5 Billion industry in India according to NASSCOM reports and also it more than $80 Billion industry globally. Thus it is a very big industry. Industry includes entertainment movie/TV serials productions, internet animation content development, AD /Internet/Other) development, Product /Architecture design, Simulation, Game design etc. In india there are already many top 10 global firms.

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