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hi ..
does knowlede of core java and 3 years experience fetch u job in u.s as h1b contractor.
or does one has to be proficient with things like MQseries,JMS..?
Any kind of help would be really apprecieated.
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does knowlede of core java and 3 years experience fetch u job in u.s as h1b contractor.




No
 
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or rather it shouldn't...
 
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It can. I know lot people like that.
 
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Along these lines, Is the flavor of one's degree important?. Does a B.Tech/BSCS have a better advantage to be recruited then say a B.Com with similar experience?
 
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Are there people only holding B.com degree in IT industry? I've never come across anybody like that.
 
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I know ppl with BSc (Chem) ,Bsc Microbiolgy and BCom working from 5- 6 years in US even no formal training . Don't know differene between script and compile langauge ,but have Green Card ,earning good$$$ and have house in US .
 
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That's correct.
People with no background has good prosperity in US than who have really having computer science degrees.
I know people having BS(computer sc.) and MS(computer sc.) from US university with good GPA struggle more than the people from Arts and commerce background.

I really don't understand how people select Bcom,BA in IT industry.
 
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Originally posted by Amitabha Batranab:
Along these lines, Is the flavor of one's degree important?. Does a B.Tech/BSCS have a better advantage to be recruited then say a B.Com with similar experience?



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