I m doing B.com 3rd Yr. and i wanted to go for SAP Course so i want to know about Criteria or what are the eligibility for course.

0 78 Views | Posted 2011-09-30 15:58:42
Asked by Sweta

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    Neeraj Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-30 16:03:30
    after graduation you can do SAP course but if you do any master degree like MBA or MCA then it gives your interest a professional look and you can get a good position in company, because SAP is a business solution software and many organization use SAP for better business solution and better management
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-01 14:47:25
    Hi Sweta,
    Yes, you can opt for the SAP module nfrom an authorised education partners like Siemens, Genovate, Delphi and many more. however, it is advised that you gain some work experience in a particular discipline post completing your graduation and then you can definitely opt for the preferred module.
    To know about the various SAP partners and the institutes offering the modules, please refer to the below link:
    Kindly revert for any further queries and also if you find this answer to be satisfactory, please close this question by rating the above answer as the 'Best Answer'.
    All the Best!
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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-30 16:33:14
    Hi Sweta, SAP is the world’s leading provider of business software which specializes in industry specific Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions. It can be quite rewarding if you learn SAP and become good at it. As you didn't mention the module you are interested in so I would say that there is no any specific eligibility for learning SAP. Obviously, one needs to have some knowledge and liking for the subject he/she wants to learn. SAP Training institutes are purely commercially run organizations and the courses are quite expensive. To help and solve your query I am sending you link of institutes, please go through it. https://www.shi... view more

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