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hi freinds i am from india i completed my graduation from bcom stream as well as i also completed software engeenering from private institute with SCJP 1.4
so where should i have to do job please help me


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Maybe I don't understand the educational system, but where I am, in the US, colleges tend to help students with internships in the last few years of the program -- for summer jobs. Colleges also have job search services during the last year of the program.

Didn't your school have such services?

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Hi

Search online jobs at various job portals, post in the forum like this and you will certainly get lucky one day.

wat to go
 
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check out with the institute where you did your engineering... such institutes usually have placements cell's... if that doesn't work register on the job sites (there are plenty out there) , read classifieds , check out with your friends about openings in their workplace... search for placement agencies near you...
 
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Originally posted by abhishek pendkay:
check out with the institute where you did your engineering... such institutes usually have placements cell's... if that doesn't work register on the job sites (there are plenty out there) , read classifieds , check out with your friends about openings in their workplace... search for placement agencies near you...



THANKS YOU DUD, but still i am confused means in pune who will gona take a commerce background student as there (software) employee, my reamaning friends were gone for the further studies like mca mcm but i don't have money to go for it and about other they had joint the BPO industry please let you help me yaar

thanks and regards
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Originally posted by Henry Wong:
Maybe I don't understand the educational system, but where I am, in the US, colleges tend to help students with internships in the last few years of the program -- for summer jobs. Colleges also have job search services during the last year of the program.

Didn't your school have such services?

Henry



thanks for support henry
THANKS YOU DUD, but still i am confused means in pune who will gona take a commerce background student as there (software) employee, my reamaning friends were gone for the further studies like mca mcm but i don't have money to go for it and about other they had joint the BPO industry please let you help me yaar

thanks and regards
 
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Originally posted by santosh pune:

thanks for support henry
THANKS YOU DUD, but still i am confused means in pune who will gona take a commerce background student as there (software) employee, my reamaning friends were gone for the further studies like mca mcm but i don't have money to go for it and about other they had joint the BPO industry please let you help me yaar

thanks and regards



Well, this may be moot, as you probably didn't take advantage of the internship programs.... but to answer your question... The reason companies participate in internship programs is because they get early access to talent. They get to work hands on with students years before they graduate -- and get a feel on trainability, and skills.

They also get to bond with the student, who will feel some loyalty in staying with the company upon graduation. The advantages are less risk in making offers (as the company knows from experience) and some higher chance of acceptance (due to loyality) when/if the offer is made.

Henry
 
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My friend Santosh , don't be disappointed,There are many IT companies in India which hire any graduate students except arts student.

Your best bet would be Oracle DBA and Linux certs.This would be
very helpful to get you job.

OR

You can do SAP because you are b.com graduate.

The good news is a friend of mine is working in UK,he is also a b.com graduate like you.He got his job after completing his oracle DBA cert.

best regards,
omi
 
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Originally posted by omi sharma:
My friend Santosh , don't be disappointed,There are many IT companies in India which hire any graduate students except arts student.

Your best bet would be Oracle DBA and Linux certs.This would be
very helpful to get you job.

OR

You can do SAP because you are b.com graduate.

The good news is a friend of mine is working in UK,he is also a b.com graduate like you.He got his job after completing his oracle DBA cert.

best regards,
omi



thanks you omi
but how much money it requires for completion of sap course and oracle certifications too
please let you know me
thanks and regards
 
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Originally posted by santosh pune:


thanks you omi
but how much money it requires for completion of sap course and oracle certifications too
please let you know me
thanks and regards



Hi Santosh ,

As per as I know , SAP courses requires In lakhs for each module !

(As I heard it from my friend ) and not much knowledge about it

and courses like DBA and CCNA (Linux administrator ), well goes in half a lakh ( approximately 50,000 or less ) . I suggest the institute like SEED, have this courses available with good placement opportunity ! Just go to any SEED center and inquire there about this courses !

And dont loose hope , as there are plenty of opportunity , You just need a good knowledge and experience !


Best Luck !
 
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As Sagar said Sap course are expensive but not all Sap institutes require
you to pay in Lacs.

You are scjp programmer ,you better go for OCP DBA cert because oracle
DBA jobs in high demand and also the oracle future is bright.

First finish your oracle DBA cert earn some money and then go
for Linux cert.

As to Linux certificate you don't have to join expensive Training centers.You should better learn it by experience.All you need is a separate
Machine for Linux.(worth 10,000 Rupees)

I have enough training materials for Oracle DBA 10g.I can give you if you want , just pm me your email address.


best regards,
omi
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Originally posted by omi sharma:
As Sagar said Sap course are expensive but not all Sap institutes require
you to pay in Lacs.

You are scjp programmer ,you better go for OCP DBA cert because oracle
DBA jobs in high demand and also the oracle future is bright.

First finish your oracle DBA cert earn some money and then go
for Linux cert.

As to Linux certificate you don't have to join expensive Training centers.You should better learn it by experience.All you need is a separate
Machine for Linux.(worth 10,000 Rupees)

I have enough training materials for Oracle DBA 10g.I can give you if you want , just pm me your email address.


best regards,
omi

[ September 06, 2008: Message edited by: omi sharma ]



thanks omi thanks sagar now the actually thing is yesterday i have got an interview call from one company which is flat based company i.e three rooms company should i go for it will my experience get counted from such a company need your help guys please help me
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If the company is registered and had done some projects , I suggest, You should go for it ! The company size doesn't matters , what matters a most is the kind of work they provide , the new things you gets to learned there with your own growth and most important have some research about this company , asked any fellow employee out there and ask him about the big chances he has currently ( so that you get to know about the individual growth ).

To make a start and having valid experience , you need to work , no matter whether company is in Hinjewadi or at any other place !

Bottom line : Go for interview , evaluate the job offer and then decide whats good for you !
 
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Sagar you stole my words

Santosh : Do what sagar told you ,I paraphrase company infrastructure and
interior do not matter ,what matter is quality of work.

best of luck buddy

best regards,
omi
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Hi santosh! I am on the same boat as yours
I've completed my BCom and am currently in first year MCA.
I would suggest you to look in ERP technologies/ask about them and then decide for going into sap.
Meanwhile, consider yourself having an 'edge' when it comes to managerial tasks within an organisation.
Anyway Best of Luck
 
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Hey buddy,

Don't worry about the education/academic background. I started from Arts and slowly worked myself up through certifications and some Computer courses. It is a hard path, but as others have helpfully pointed out, you can do it. I finished my Linux and Solaris certification. Now I am going after Oracle DBA (after picking up an average paid job). Haven't started on Oracle yet. I am in info gathering phase. Compare with me and feel good that are in better position. It took me 5 years after college to reach this stage.
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Originally posted by Ravi Narra:
Hey buddy,

Don't worry about the education/academic background. I started from Arts and slowly worked myself up through certifications and some Computer courses. It is a hard path, but as others have helpfully pointed out, you can do it. I finished my Linux and Solaris certification. Now I am going after Oracle DBA (after picking up an average paid job). Haven't started on Oracle yet. I am in info gathering phase. Compare with me and feel good that are in better position. It took me 5 years after college to reach this stage.

[ September 06, 2008: Message edited by: Ravi Narra ]



thanks allot guys hey ravvi where are you working because the company which offer me a job is giving me a 4000 pm but they have good clients
reply dud
 
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I was working at Hyderabad. Now trying for jobs at US. Don't worry about salary. Right now pickup any job (directly related to your field) and start learning whatever you could. Knowledge should be target, not money. Once you get good grip on subject and work functions, you can jump to another company if the existing company is not taking care of your financial needs.
 
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My friend Santosh, Ravi is paragon of persistence ,listen to him
never back down.

But one more think, you have to be picky in choosing your subject,you
should concentrate on subject such as web development,databases because
these two subjects are long-lived.

by the way,Networking and security demands are also growing.

I am too lazy,I am not hard-working like you guys.

best regards,
omi
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thanks allot friends you all for supporting me and helped me to find out me the right option for me thanks allllllote again i am expecting this supporting in the future also

thanks and regards
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You are welcome bro.

Just make sure you mind should not wander from one technology to another.
Concentrate fully on Java and relational database at least for the next
five years then you must able to learn any kind of programming language.


All the best for your future.
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