Value of distance Msc(IT) for working graduate
I am a BCA grad working in Cognizant technology solution. I want to do distance Msc(IT). Will it hold a value if i shift my company to Tata Consultancy Service after 2yrs. Will it fall under the criteria if they recruit Msc graduate? or does all MNC company prefer full time degree. Please help.
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Answered by2011-10-16 23:58:17IMO, it will be better to go for MCA rather than MSc. MSc is meant for people who want to build career in teaching profession or research.
Coming to distance education, it is good if one wants to move up the career ladder in existing organization. So it will be beneficial from this perspective.
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Answered by2011-10-17 09:13:27it have vlaue but not compare with reguler course , if you are working candidate then you can do it with correspondence ,
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