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So Confused About My Future ???

By vijay2vivekvhg ·
IAm Doing my Final Year B.E Computer, Right now
the situation is like ..iam not liking Coding ..c,c++ etc ...Now i have an idea of doing Networking ..I LIKE To do networking coz i hate coding ..I want To Know as to How Well a computer Graudate can shine in Networking Field
will I have any back lagging coz iam from computer Department ..???

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by CG IT In reply to So Confused About My Futu ...
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by SridharPandu In reply to So Confused About My Futu ...

I dont see why you should be confused at all, You like networking. Well there are several opportunities for you. If you are based in India, here are some of the opportunities

1. You can choose a career in planning the cabling layout, switches - WIPRO, Building network Automation
2. Newtork Programming - CISCO, LUCENT, NORTEL
3. Communication - HUGHES, BHARATI, AIRTEL, TOUCHTEL, RELIANCE INFOCOM, TATA TELESERVICES

You need to have a sound knowledge of Unix/Linux and communication protocols though.

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by vijay2vivekvhg In reply to So Confused About My Futu ...

THANX A LOT BOTH OF U

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by swadhwa In reply to So Confused About My Futu ...

If you have made up your mind in networking thats really good. But there are plenty of other opportunities in IT that does not involve coding. For Example, Testing or Quality Insurance does not involve much of coding and there is huge demand of good testers.

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by swadhwa In reply to So Confused About My Futu ...

If you have made up your mind in networking thats really good. But there are plenty of other opportunities in IT that does not involve coding. For Example, Testing or Quality Insurance does not involve much of coding and there is huge demand of good testers.

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by swadhwa In reply to So Confused About My Futu ...

If you have made up your mind in networking thats really good. But there are plenty of other opportunities in IT that does not involve coding. For Example, Testing or Quality Insurance does not involve much of coding and there is huge demand of good testers.

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