iam a B.Sc(CS) graduate and i did hardware and networking course . how is my career in this field?and refer me related useful courses to me
Best course after doing hardware and networking course for the B.SC students to built career in networkig and future demanding courses
Vikas Naidu | Contributor-Level 102011-10-17 09:32:05CCNA 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
Answered by2011-10-16 22:44:27Hello siva, if you have interest in networking then surely you go for that. because i believe in the thing that do the same in which yo have interest. every1 gets job by their own skills and knowledge in his field. you can do CCNA certification to get more chances of job. i suggest you to learn networking basic from any of the institute and do clear the certification. best of luch for future.
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Ankur Jindal | Contributor-Level 92011-10-16 18:33:30Hi, this field is constantly changing and changing for good. Career in this field is definitely good, but it also depends on your performance and your constant upgradation of skills in the related field.
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