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Which is a best state in india for java

 
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Hi guys,

I am a java professional from mumbai, at present i was working as a tech support exec in Hyderabad. I want to get back into the java field and need to know the best state where i can migrate to get a job in java.

I am willing to travel to any state but need to know which state has more opportunities for people looking for a career in java. In mumbai you can get a BPO/.Net job but not a software job in java ...

 
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Varun Nayudu wrote: In mumbai you can get a BPO/.Net job but not a software job in java ...



I can not Agree this. try in Bangalore,Pune,Hydarabad,Chennai,Mumbai and delhi .
 
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seetharaman venkatasamy wrote:

Varun Nayudu wrote: In mumbai you can get a BPO/.Net job but not a software job in java ...



I can not Agree this. try in Bangalore,Pune,Hydarabad,Chennai,Mumbai and delhi .



Do you suggest me to try in that chronological order first Bangalore , Pune......Delhi..
 
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try bangalore and then pune
 
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If you are willing to work in any state, why not just apply for a Java job and mention that you don't have a preference for a specific location?
 
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Even Hyderabad and Chennai have good prospects for java jobs. You can try there also.
 
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Jaikiran Pai wrote:If you are willing to work in any state, why not just apply for a Java job and mention that you don't have a preference for a specific location?



True. But before that be sure to be well prepared on the core concepts in Java / J2EE. Only that will make you eligible to work in any state.
 
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Jothi Shankar Kumar wrote:But before that be sure to be well prepared on the core concepts in Java / J2EE.



yes. it is true.
 
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Varun Nayudu wrote:Do you suggest me to try in that chronological order first Bangalore , Pune......Delhi..



No. i did not say in that way. but you can do as pai suggested
 
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seetharaman venkatasamy wrote:

Varun Nayudu wrote:Do you suggest me to try in that chronological order first Bangalore , Pune......Delhi..



No. i did not say in that way. but you can do as pai suggested



I always think i am well prepared but then i realize i am not . Is there a site where i could check if i am prepared for interview or not . Both in java Database concepts and aptitude.So that i can refresh on my concept and be confident before going for the interview.
 
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