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I have completed my BTech degree in Computer & Engg. I am SCJP 5.0(97%) and SCWCD 1.4(86%) certified. I have been placed on-campus and my joining will come after some months. But I know that no good JAVA projects are there and my skills will be totally get wasted. I don't know what to do at this situation?
Good companies require atleast 3-4 years of experience. That's why my moral is much down. I have much interest in JAVA technology and want to learn more and more and do more certifications. But at the same time, I want to work for a good organization where I would be offered good projects. Simply learning is not enough until we have practical skills.
Please give me suggestions how should I utilize my time now?
Are there good companies which can hire freshers? If yes, then please do inform me of them. Also I don't know how much useful my certifications will prove to be. Should I start preparing for SCBCD?
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