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i have done BBA in graduation, i always wanted to get into IT but bcoz of fear and not getting good marks in academics always backed out.
Now finally made my mind and wants to get into IT.
My interest is to do SAP, but have no idea where to start and what to learn before need guidance in that.(i have not done any programming and courses)
Does my background (BBA) effect in getting Job as i am not from technical background as well from a non-math background (opted some other subject against Maths)
15th July 2013 From India, Ghaziabad
Dear Friend,
If you are committed to go with IT and passionate about IT then you must go in same trade for making peaceful and My Choice Job,
But technically you must be qualified for long term goals,
There are some good courses in IGNOU to full fill basic requirements for those who not opted maths subject in plus two,still you can go for PGDCA,then you can be qualified to do M.C.A or equivalent course, apart of this you can go for good SAP courses to upgrade your skills and practice, but this process may take time as PGDCA it self take 2 years then MCA from IGNOU ,while doing masters course you can also join short term specilist courses and start doing job , by doing this you can utilize your time and gain good experience with various short term courses.
Best Wishes.
Manish Srivastava
15th July 2013 From India, Lucknow
Thanks manish for the reply can you tell me any further details on these short if u give me certain course details it will be more clear to me...Thanks in advance
16th July 2013 From India, Ghaziabad
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