By jitusong ·
Hi, I am B.Tech graduate working in a Telecom company, I want to do certification course but confuse which one to Opt. Please go through my career synopsis:
From 2006 to 2009 I worked as Network Engineer, handling Cisco router and switches.
From 2009 to till now I am working in a telecom company as Executive-Program Management handing QA testing of telecom equipments, Material management, Inventory Management, having a team of 5.
Now I plan to do certification course CCNP/CCIE or PMP, I am really confused which one to opt, which one is better for my career/future.
Please advise

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by robo_dev In reply to CCNP or PMP

You don't need Cisco certification as it's clear you have those skills.

What do you want to do when you grow up? :)

If you want to be a super-consultant and get knee deep in technology and/or security, then you need more letters after your name to sell your skills in that area. (e.g. technical certs)

IF you want to be an IT director or a high-level IT Program or Project manager, then getting PMP and/or executive MBA will be what would best prep you for that.....

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