14th Nov 1999 Jimmy Mathai @usa.net
Hi all, I am a graduate(BA) and I am doing a three year computer course from NIIT and finished half of it. Right now I am running a cyber cafe too. I want to make my career in the IT field. Whenever I browse through career ads in different media I am finiding that for IT positions max of them are asking for BE/MCA/MSc in computer science. I am already 24. Will you advice me to start doing BE/MCA/MSc at this point. Will doing MBA help me in the IT field. Eagerly waiting for your valuable advice. Thanks in advance Jimmy Mathai
14th Nov 1999 amaresh @hotmail.com
Please visit : http://devraj.org/TARGET Just go around all sites. University of Canberra, Australia fully recognises NIIT courses and they grant credit for earlier studies taken at NIIT. Best Wishes.
14th Nov 1999 Ashok Pramanik @cncdsl.com
Hello James, I will like to know what subjects or areas you have covered and what is planned to be covered. Then I can guide you to the things you can plan for an attractive carrier in Information Technology. I am an IT consultant in Bay Area (Silicon Valley) California. Good luck.. Ashok Pramanik
14th Nov 1999 mvs@nde @nde.vsnl.net.in
My Dear Jimmy Mathai, Radhasoami.. You Wrote:- >Will you advice me to start doing BE/MCA/MSc at this point. Will doing >MBA help me in the IT field. MBA will be more helpful in the IT field With Regards and Radhasoami Kirti Betai Modern Vastu (Energy) Science (Consultants) visit www.harmony000.org to download your free Pyramid Energy Pattern - Best for Protection - Aura Cleansing - Feng Shui - Healing - Geo-pathic Stress Pendulum assisted counseling for career and business strategy for growth
15th Nov 1999 Pranav Lal @softhome.net
Hi, An mba is a definite help. Plus, do mca from a place ;like Ignou. Pranav My geometry teacher was sometimes acute, and sometimes obtuse, but always, he was right.
15th Nov 1999 Kumar Nair @giascl01.vsnl.net.in
I would strongly advise you to to do either MCA/PGDA I have a small concern making software and there is a big demand for professionals.
16th Nov 1999 Nikunj Mittal @email.com
Dear James, Instead of going in for Engineering courses, you could take up a few courses like COM, Corba, DCOM, Java, eCommerce, etc. Though it helps to have an engineering degree even for these programmes, with your NIIT background, I think it should'nt be much of a problem for you. Career opportunities are also good in these fields. Regards, Nikunj