I'm a Diploma holder of IT. Should i go for a Networking Courses for a better job.?

or any other courses for a better job....??

0 238 Views | Posted 2011-09-12 14:51:46
Asked by Pooja

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    Neeraj Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-12 15:28:18
    Networking is also good field but if you give a professional look to your interest then you should go for a degree like engineering , it gives your passion and interest a professional look and help you to rise in near future , and you can take classes for networking side by side and prepare for certification in networking , then you can achieve your goal
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    sameera shams | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-09-12 15:16:27
    shams@ hi pooja!
    You can go for B.E/B.Tech course . This will be best option for you after Diploma in Information Technology.
    You can also join .
    Software firms
    IT firms
    Call center jobs
    NIIT course for diploma holders
    .net course
    Java course
    networking course
    Software testing course
    C.C++ course
    integrated GNIIT for Engineers
    But prefer to go for B.E/B.Tech course it will increase your value in IT market and you will be able to get good package.
    all the bestshams
    hope this resolves y query,if so thumbs up or simply select it as best and close Ur question

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