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Advise needed regarding research

 
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Hello Ranchers.

I am presently working in a MNC and very much interested in doing a research work.... and
I was just going thro' this site link

I just wanted to know is it possible to do a research as a part time, and with out leaving the current job???

I have heard that, many companies (including SUN) offer such R&D work. Is it so?? If so what are the pre requisites?

I am a fresher and have completed my Masters in Comp Appl.

Is this the right time to do a research???(of course with out leaving the current company or job!!) or should I gain some exp and then start with this..... I am really confused, but I really have a strong desire to do that.

So if you guys can come up with all suggestions, I'l be very greatful.

Thanks in advance

Bye
sachin
 
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