I have completed my 12th commerce without maths. I am interested in networking. Is it good to do CCNA or RCSA?

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    Vikash Jain | Guide-Level 14

    6 years ago
    If you want to pursue a career in networking then there are two ways to do it:
    1. Do specialization in computer networking by doing PG from IISc, IIT, NIT, etc. After completing PG, you will get a chance to work with networking giants like Cisco, Orange, Juniper, etc. Here you can get a chance to work in their R&D department. (Here you work as a researcher).
    2. Another way is that you can enter into this field by obtaining vendor certifications like CCNA, CCNP, CCIE (Cisco track) or JNCIA, JNCIP, JNCIE (Juniper track), etc. By following this certification track, you will be able to design, install, configure and troubleshoot small to the

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