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Is it true about there not being Java opportunities for freshers in Delhi?

 
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Hi,
I have heard that Java doesn't have many opportunities for freshers in Delhi/NCR,India as compared to Dot Net which has many opportunities. Is this true? If I want to make a career in Java as an MCA fresher in Delhi/NCR what can I do to improve my prospects?

Thanks.
 
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What makes you say that?
I think there are about the same for Dot net and Java. I am seeing alot of J2ME these days also.
[ August 31, 2008: Message edited by: Arvind Birla ]
 
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Well I've heard from two-three people that one needs to be have B.Tech or experience to land a Java job particularly in Delhi/NCR whereas there are nay small-medium companies that hire Dot Net freshers. Your advice is appreciated since I myself am interested in Java itself.
 
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I don't think so, there are lot many Java/J2EE opportunities in Delhi/NCR region as compared to .NET, for eg. in my company about 80% of the projects are in J2EE and very few in .NET.

For any entry level jobs(0-3 yrs)you should have a degree(BE,BTech,MCA) otherwise it is difficult to find a job in large branded companies however there are many smaller organisations who are little bit flexible.
 
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Thanks for the reply. I am pursuing my MCA and plan to do my SCJP first.
 
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Hi Sameer Jamal
Could you forward my cv in your company?I have done B.E. and also done 2 Sun certifications(SCJP 5.0 & SCWCD 5.0) but still hunting for the job in NCR region.
If you can't forward ,then please let me know your company name so that i can try in it.

Expecting your reply very soon:
Pradeep Singh
(pradeepsingh999@yahoo.co.in
 
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