School of Information Technology

Bachelors in Information Technology

Texila's Bachelor Program in Information Technology gives you foundational IT skills and thorough knowledge in basics. Further, the program helps you earn seven recognized industry certifications which will strengthen your chances for a long-term career progression. As businesses are becoming more technology oriented, the opportunities for skilled IT professionals are on the rise.

Texila's knowledge-rigorous program will place you ahead of your peers in your career. With knowledge and skills gained through the program, you can embark on a successful professional journey as an IT specialist.

Semester Subjects
I Fundamentals of Information and Computer
Programming & Problem Solving through C
Computer Organization
Capstone Project
II Networking for Home & Small Business
Introduction to Database Management Systems
Operating Systems
Capstone Project
III Programming Language & Techniques
Introduction to Object Oriented Programming & C++
Algorithms and Data Structures
Capstone Project
IV Web Designing
System Analysis & Design
Business Accounting and financial Management
Capstone Project
V Fundamentals of E-Commerce
System Analysis & Design
Management Information System
Capstone Project
VI Data Warehousing & Mining
Java Programming
Human Resource Management
Capstone Project
VII Introduction to Computer Graphics
Software Engineering
Multimedia Technologies
Capstone Project
VIII Elective 1
Elective 2
Elective 3
Bachelors Project

Total Credits: 120


You can apply online: Fill the application form with all the relevant information and our Enrollment Advisor will call you for more details.
It will take about four to six weeks from the application deadline to take a decision on your application. Once a decision has been made you will be notified by e-mail.
No. We conduct the proctored Examinations including viva-voice.
Graduates of this course can pursue career as:
Computer Science and Information Technology may both seem like the same. But Computer Science degree is focused on the theory of computational applications whereas IT degree deals with information systems or systems administration. IT students will get to know network and database design in depth in addition to subjects such as Introduction to basic theory and applied mathematics.

What Texila Means to Our Students !


The program had been a very satisfactory one to me. The opportunity has opened a new door to my career development.

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