My son is doing a course in Hardware & Netwking while trying to finish StdXII Is this a good career option without any other degree/diploma?

0 48 Views | Posted 2011-10-24 11:10:16
Asked by Dipan Joshi

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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-26 11:14:32
    Hi Dipan,
    I would suggest your son to complete his 12th and after which take up some bachelor degree course. And if he can manage, then he may pick about a certification/ diploma in hardware/ networking along with it. But this definitely will require a lot of time management and concentration.
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    kabir kukreti

    2011-10-24 11:19:30
    I have been in Hardware market for the past 5 years, It is not a very fruitful career option.Networking is however a good option, but he must have a degree in his hand for career advancement.In my humble opinion, I really thing he should do engineering, as not matter what these courses may claim, ultimately its a person's degree that gets him a job.He can do certifications such as CCNA,CCNP etc as add ons.But degree is required.If he has a degree and some certification, that would definitely make his prospects of getting a job terrific.

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