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srijan sharma
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hi all,
i was preparing for certification exam but after listening to many friends.. and lastly the message on this forum "java is dead" i am totally confused..
i would be appearing from india and have to pay rs 7000/-
as exam fees which is lot a amount for me
i am already an mca and with a job.
so kindly guide that should i go for it or is it of no use..
waiting for early suggestions..
thanks
srijan
 
Tualha Khan
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Dear Srijan,
Hey,
I posted the "java is dead" message.
Before deciding on anything, please keep in mind, that I am just a graduate and without a job. Where as you are an MCA and have a job as well.
Bye,
Tualha Khan
 
nitin sharma
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hi everybody ,
i certainly don't agree that java is dead. If u have some experience in java and u put your resume on the websites for eg jobstreet.com.U will get countless offer's.I have a cousin of mine who is getting lot of offer's in java, he is B-Tech and he is too good in java to handle tough problem's.I know what happen's in india when something goes wrong in USA.
 
Subramaniam Venkatesan
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dont worry. whatever you learn will never become obsolete. collect as many certificates as you can. it will always be helpful sometime. would not the money be reimbursed by the co when you get the jcp cert.?
 
Ahmed Haboubi
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Hi Srijan,
This is not to discourage you or anything, but I think that the price of the voucher in India is Rs 14,000 now. So if you are planning to take the exam (which I think you should), get your voucher soon....before they make it Rs 28,000 !!!
All the best.
Ahmed.
 
Tejas Nakawala
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Pls correct Ahmead,
Java Vouchers are still available on Rs. 6975/- only at Mumbai.
Thanx,
Tejas Nakawala
 
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