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    shastriarvind88 is offline Registered User
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    Post which IT Course to pursue

    i have done B tech in Computer science .
    it does not help me to do better.can you suggest me what computer related degree i have to do which will help to boost my career ?

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    rootuser is offline Registered User
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    I think this depends an awful lot on what you want to do. Do you want to be a programmer? Software engineer ? Etc? Also, keep in mind that a graduate degree will help, but only getting you into the HR door, you'll still need some good experience or projects from school that you can highlight. Good luck!
    MS, University of Colorado at Boulder
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    SteveFoerster is offline Resident Gadfly
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    Are you sure it's a computer related degree that will help you? There are other skills that employers want, including excellent English, business and finance expertise, and so forth.
    BS, Info Sys concentration, Charter Oak State College
    MA in Educational Tech, George Washington University
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    In many countries (including USA and India), a 4-year degree in IT or related fields is the base qualification for a career in IT. Once you figure out your career stream(Hardware, Security, Networking , Development, QA etc), additional certifications in that stream will give you more career boost. Of course - no substitute for experience, but that'll take time.

    If you are worried that your B.Tech did not prepare you for a career, be assured that no degree from any school in the world can guaranty that. Any degree beyond a bachelors may help climbing the job ladder but may not add anything to you knowledge. This is my personal opinion and an advice from an IT professional to a wanna-be
    Last edited by msganti; 04-20-2016 at 11:05 AM.

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    msganti is offline Registered User
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    BTW - One of my friends just shared this link, and I thought it'll be useful to you:
    https://www.laserfiche.com/simplicit...n-too-program/

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    silver123 is offline Registered User
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    These days the use of computers and internet is increasing every year, the best step is to learn computer courses,list of courses like
    1. Web Designing
    2.Hardware and Networking courses
    3. Software and Programming Language courses
    4.Cyber security courses

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