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I am a going to graduate next year,in Electronics and Telecommunications(EXTC),will earn Bachelor of Engineering(B.E).
However I don't really have interest in EXTC and my marks are showing the same.
I like programing though I have to admit that my skills are not equal to a CS(Computer Science )student(This is true as my curriculum does not include s/w programing).
After passing my high school examinations,I selected EXTC as my career choice.
In my first year of Engineering, I was introduced to C++ and Java,and I started to like programing,more in Java.
but now it was too late to change the course.

I am planning to take a course for masters degree in computer science so what should I do next in order to be successfully enter a CS institute and get placed equal with CS students?

Languages I am familiar with:
Java,C++,PHP,JavaScript.
 
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