Is .NET programming good before MCA? Also suggest good institute in Mumbai.

I've passed out graduation and now planning for MCA next year. So i am thinking to do .NET programming. I want to do something which enhance my CV and my knowledge after i complete MCA. Only .net programming before MCA is ok or i should appear something else. Please suggest sme good insti. in mum.

0 32 Views | Posted 2011-10-19 21:22:52
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    Neeraj Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    2011-10-21 15:57:16
    no this is not necessity but you can learn some basic programming before MCA , it is helpful to learn advance programming in MCA
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    Raja M G | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-10-20 03:46:24
    Conventional Programs like UG or PG Degrees can be pursued on a sequential manner and Professional Competency Certifications or Training shall be simultaneously pursued from reputed training institutions. so that you can have a competitive advance than your competititors in career competition.
    NIIT, Aptech, SSI, SRM are doing good.

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