Courses To Do Just After Your Computer and IT Engineering Graduation!

Hi all, hope all are doing well. In continuation with the ‘Engineering Courses Series’, this blog is about the courses in the Computer and Information Technology field. Well other than learning computer languages such as JAVA, JQuery, JavaScript, Python and so on, there are some other important courses, which can land you in your desired organization. Obviously having a prior knowledge of at least 1-2 computer language is always an advantage. Here we have listed the courses which are currently in demand and that will surely enhance your resume a notch higher. So go on, read this blog and get a brief idea about the courses in the Computer and Information Technology that can benefit your job profile while applying to companies. Also, don’t forget to share it with your fellow edubuds.

Courses for Computer and IT Engineering Students:


1. Web Development:
                       For Web development, the three basic and important tools you need to learn are HTML, JavaScript, and CSS (Cascading style sheet). For more advanced skills go for courses that provide Node.JS, Express.JS, React, etc.
                      Now ion today’s time you can also build a website using WordPress. There are videos from you can
learn by yourself how do develop a website on your own.

2. Android App development:

                       For this the most in-demand programming language to learn right now is Kotlin. Kotlin is a general- purpose, free, open-source, programming language initially designed for the JVM (Java Virtual Machine) and Android that combines object-oriented and functional programming features. Kotlin adds some modern features to Java Mobile Development like compiling the code to JavaScript or native to build code that can run on iOS. Well, this course along with your own built projects (some apps) you can surely get a good job in an organization that needs more Android developers.

3. OCJP:
                       OCJP stands for Oracle Certified Java Programmer. This is the basic certification in the field of java. Say, you want to be an Android programmer, J2EE programmer or in any other Java technology, this
certification is the most basic one. As Java certification is highly regarded in the IT Industry and provides a Java developer with recognition worldwide, doing this certification course could benefit a lot.

4. Data Science:
                        The demand for data science skills is growing exponentially, according to job sites. The goal of data science is to gain insights and knowledge from any type of data, both structured and unstructured. Data Scientists responsible for business analytics, they are also involved in building data products and software platforms, along with developing visualizations and machine learning algorithms. It’s a combination of hard skills like learning Python and SQL and soft skills like business skills or communication skills and more. As a data scientist, you’ll constantly be learning and applying what you learn.

5. Big Data Analytics:
                           Data volumes in today’s world are increasing at a rapid rate and it will continue to do so and migrate to the cloud. The majority of big data experts agree that the amount of generated data will be growing exponentially in the future. Big Data professionals have a soaring demand across organizations worldwide. For Big data analytic you need to have a knowledge of R and python also Hadoop. R is mainly used for statistical analysis while Python provides a more general approach to data science. Hadoop is an open-source, Java-based framework used for storing and processing big data. Data analysts don’t need to have advanced coding skills but have experience with analytics software, data visualization software, and data management programs. Along with this, there are courses in the fields of Machine learning and Artificial Intelligence.

                        Well, that’s about it. This was just a brief introductory blog and you guys very well know how to research more on it so we’ll leave it here. We might have missed some courses but we tried to cover as many as we could and which will be beneficial for the students so that it gives them an edge over their contemporaries. Hoping that it will help you all. Thank you for reading.