i want to do CCNA and after that want to do the HCL CERTIFIED tech. specialist is it a good path to choose?

HCL networking courses are good to do or not??? whats their reputation in the market???

0 62 Views | Posted 2011-09-09 21:28:20
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    Vikas Naidu | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-12-01 17:03:24
    CCNA is the starting step towards Networking line for more enhancement u must have to some more Certifications. R u confidant in any of the Server Side Operating System? for what purpose u would like to do CCNA? wanted to go in network line? is that so? wanted to get good job in higher end? am i right? if u want to enhance ur career and knowledge as well why don't u choose RHCE. cos most of the Servers r running on Linux and then u opt CCNA u will be having career in only Network line. Cos Knowing LAN then u know about WAN will give u more advantage. After CCNA u will be only a network person if u do RHCE then u can opt System Admin or Networ... view more
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    2011-12-01 16:07:16
    u have not mentioned ur qualification.CCNA STANDS FOR cisco certified network associate,its about the companies networks and how they connect to each other or to the internet,,, routers, switches. it's a huge domain and opens lots of opportunities but ccna is just the beginning, there is ccnp(professional), ccsp(security professional).the salary is not good with ccna only.BUT if u r combing HCL Certified tech, it may be worth while,, IT S all about COMPUTER HARDWARE SIDE
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    Aditya Kumar Gupta | Contributor-Level 8

    2011-12-01 15:22:44
    it is a fraud company

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