i am pusuing mca from distance education. pls help me with which course should i opt for. my programming skills are not good enough.

0 64 Views | Posted 2011-10-12 14:07:39
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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-12 14:17:57
    It is better to go onto the testing side if your programming skills are not good. One more benefit is that there are a lot many openings on testing side than programming side. So scope for job is good. To enhance your profile, you may do some testing courses like the one offered by NIIT which is job oriented.
    The other job profile could be as a network/ desktop administrator in companies like TCS, IBM, Wipro etc. Their work is to manage the login accounts and servers.
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-12 23:13:04
    Hi sunil,
    As you would be well aware that IT is a huge discipline and and holds several sub streams, you can definitely opt for a stream that holds your area of interest like Data base, Software testing, Hardware Networking etc.
    There are several institutes offering such courses. You may refer to the following links:
    Please do revert for any further query. if your query has been resolved, please close the query by rating it as the 'Best Answer'.
    All the best!
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    Pawan | Contributor-Level 8

    2011-10-12 16:12:26
    as you said your programing skills are not better, so you can divert your mind to the networking field, do the CCNA redhat certifications and then try for a job.

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