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Hi..
Can any one tell me which post graduate degree should i persue, i decided to do MCA or M.Sc in Computer Applicationbut i did get which one should i do.
Can any one tell me about the degree and it importance in computer area.
sanjay
 
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i presume you are from india . There are a lot of institutes who are offering the same course with different name . Please don't waste your time in fancy courses like these rather go for a course which has been pursued by people since the last 15 years . I,am talking of doing an MCA from a good college ( not an open university ). For that you should have studied math till the 12th grade . I guess that's the only eligibility for an MCA course ( I wish i was eligible ).

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Originally posted by Sanjay Jadhav:
Hi..
Can any one tell me which post graduate degree should i persue, i decided to do MCA or M.Sc in Computer Applicationbut i did get which one should i do.
Can any one tell me about the degree and it importance in computer area.
sanjay

 
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Degrees are important these days, And instead of M.Sc (unless from a good university) you should either go for MCA or DOEACC 'B' Level. Only these are kool and will give you competitive position.
Sumit Amar
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Hi,
I came to know that there is a DOEACC level equivalent to M.Tech for experienced s/w professionals. How recognised is this course? Because it definitely wont give me an M.Tech degree. Please let me know the prospects of this course.
shankar
 
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The only problem with a DOEACC course is that it is generaly recognised for a govt job . Since it just "Equivalent" and not the actual course then obviously MCA is much more valuable then any of these DOEACC courses .
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