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Career Guidance .

Posted: Sat May 30, 2009 2:44 pm
by babloo
i am rehan from karachi , need guidance and counseling about linux and my career wanted to do rhct and rhce and other courses , but as a matter of fact am a matric in commerce and visisted techno ed and a teacher over there told me that u can easily acquire and give the exams of the selected courses BUT , when applying for jobs in big companies or internationally they prefer candidates which should be BACHELORS IN SCIENCE .

so i just wanted fellow members views what should i do start over again from 9th in science . coz i want to survive in the wild so please want ur humble opinions .

thank you .
Syed Rehan Ahmed .

Posted: Sat May 30, 2009 9:42 pm
by lambda
here’s a secret: willingness and desire to learn are the true qualifications. however, companies aren't willing to hire a bunch of people for a few weeks to find out which people are better than the others (despite what their resumes say). so, they look for things they can compare before hiring: resumes, and yes, degrees.

a university degree in your field makes you more hireable.

Posted: Mon Jun 01, 2009 10:07 am
by osama
All good companies require a graduate as lambda said. One more thing is thay you can do BCS even if u r holding an I.Com degree. BCS requires a 12 years education only. But Science education is of course preferred.

Posted: Tue Jun 09, 2009 5:25 pm
by babloo
^Assalam u alaikum all
osama bro are u sure even if i opt for i com degree am eligible enough to do bcs coz i will definetely go for icom then bcs .

Posted: Tue Jun 09, 2009 7:14 pm
by osama
I know at least 2 universities Fast-NU and Virtual University which accepts I.Com for BCS education but they require mathematics at HSSC Level.

Punjab University requires Science education at FSc Level (I m from Lahore).

So this varies between universities. You have to search yourself. You have to see your pocket/budget and then u can call enquiries or visit websites for information. Better is to investigate before any decision.