Applications Software Developers
The job of the Applications Software Developers is client-based. Applications Software Engineers have to come up with apps for Android, iOS, Linux, Windows etc. Moreover, they have to create regular updates and change the software slightly if needed. Their job is both front-end and backend.
Systems Software Developers
System Software Developers are tasked with the creation of networks as well as operating systems for applications that are user-facing. Systems Software Engineers working as systems architects or even IT managers. The work of Systems Software Developers is usually backend.
They have to write software in order to check the application quality. They have to craft automated tests to make sure that the application is functioning smoothly.
This job requires creating tests, systems or procedures that will guarantee the safety of the software product. If there are any holes in the security of the program, the tests will reveal them and they will be fixed.
They are responsible for creating the infrastructure of an application, including servers and databases. They have good command over version control, integration, testing and deployment.
They develop digital solutions and Blockchain applications transforming the world of technology. They use technologies such as the Ethereum and ensure that the data is completely secure.
A data scientist, or data engineer, develops software programs that analyze information. Data science is a stream in software engineering that revolves around the creation of relevant data based on enormous amounts of data of the user behavior, market trends, etc
These are the companies that have their own products to sell. Examples are Amazon, Google, Alphabet, Facebook, Adobe, Juspay etc. These hire a very limited number of candidates from top colleges and they generally don’t conduct campus placements in tier 3 colleges.
- Tier-I Companies would pay 12 LPA and above
- Tier-II Companies would pay between 6 LPA to 12 LPA
These companies may or may not have their products, but their primary business is service. They work for other organizations or we can say they are clients of Product Based companies. Examples are Infosys, Wipro, TCS, Cognizant, etc. These are the mass-recruiters in campus placements.
- Tier-I Companies would pay between 3.5 LPA to 4.5 LPA
- Tier-II Companies would pay between 3 LPA to 3.5 LPA
- Tier-III Companies would pay between 2.4 LPA to 3 LPA
- Tier-IV Companies would pay between 1.8 LPA to 2.4 LPA