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    With 4 years gap in academic career, how to make a good career?

    Sir, I am ankita. I passed secondary exam from an english medium missionary school in 2001 with 77%. After that I could not continue my study till 2003 due to health problems. I did Diploma in Computer Science and Technology from a Govt. Polytechnic Institute under WBSCTE and scored 76% from 2003 to 2006. Then, in 2006, i appeared in joint exam for lateral and ranked 37 and joined a private college under WBUTfor Btech in CSE and scored 84% in 2009. I was not selected in campussing. Now, from 2009 till today 10th october, 2011, am idle. Am unmarried and 27yrs old. Now, my question is, shall i opt for govt jobs? or, you think that IT sector has still place for me?( because i have more than 4yrs gap now).If govt job, then which kind of govt. jobs will be good?

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    Akhilesh Dabral is offline Junior Member
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    Re: With 4 years gap in academic career, how to make a good career?

    As one said "there is no age for learning" dear as you mention there is 4 years gap between your studies so, i think there is still time for you, if you want to go in IT sector, i will suggest you, go for BCA , there you get lateral entry in 3 semester from your computer diploma courses
    as you not mention your city so, i'm unable to set list of colleges near your area who offering lateral entry in BCA, but apart this there is IGNOU centre in every district of india, they offer lateral entry in BCA so, you can for IGNOU and same for SMU
    Best of Luck for Your future

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    ashokpati is offline Senior Member
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    Re: With 4 years gap in academic career, how to make a good career?

    Hi Ankita.

    You have a pretty good career record.You have secured high percentage of marks in all your exams.So you need not worry at all.

    But one thing thing you have loosed 4 years which is a disadvantage but If you can promise yourself to start your career again then you have pretty good

    career prospect.

    You just need to be dedicated towards the job preparation.

    -->One thing IT sector is only and only based on corporates.They only see how much determined you are to work in extreme pressure and how much you

    are interested towards IT sector and finally they want from an employee is that how much you can give to them.

    So to start as an IT professional you need to do various courses such as

    JAVA,DOTNET(VB.net,ASP.net,ADO.net),C,C++,Oracle.


    -->Then if you can relocate yourself to any of these places where software companies are in vast numbers such as

    Bangalore,Chennai,Pune,Delhi,Hyderabad then you can attend walk ins of various companies.

    If any of your friends who are working on Software companies can give you a referral in their company then it will be easy for you get a job.

    You need to do many of the above courses and do some projects based upon this languages or frameworks.

    But it will be easier for you to get a government sector job than a corporate job.

    -->As you have that potent and talent in you you just need to be serious about the preparation.

    -->If you can prepare yourself for banking industry then it will suite you perfect.

    You can apply for probationary officer,IT officer in various public sector banks.

    -->You can apply in various public sector banks through IBPS in the following link when notification is there

    http://ibps.in

    -->You can also prepare youself for other civil services like IAS,IES etc.

    You can follow these jobs through this website

    http://www.upsc.gov.in

    But I would advice you that Banking sector will be best for you.

    All the best.


    Thanks & regards.

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    Re: With 4 years gap in academic career, how to make a good career?

    Sir, I am Mamta. I passed secondary exam from WBBSE in 2001 with 73% & Higher secondary in 2003 from WBCHSE with 74%. After that i continue graduation in B.COM from Calcutta University 2nd year in 2005 but could not complt 3rd year my study due to health problems. I did Bachelor in Business Law in distace mode in 2008 with 70% from Annamalai University & after that passed Master in Business Law from NLSIU with 58% in distance mode in 2010..Then, in 2010 Dec, i compltd Company Secretary Executive Programme with 55% . I have work experince of 1.5 years as a Accountant Assistant from june 2006 dec 2007..Now, from 2007 December till today 6th july', 2011, am idle. Am unmarried and 26 yrs old. Now, my question is, shall i opt for govt jobs? or, What is my Career Prospects for me?( because i have more than 4yrs gap now).If govt job, then which kind of govt. jobs will be good?

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    Re: With 4 years gap in academic career, how to make a good career?

    Hi friend,, if you go for private sectors you may get job,, because in private jobs it doesnot matters about the gap,. Or if they ask you regarding that you must give proper reason. Like what are all you mentioned,, and if you good at the skills which help you get job like communication skills, inter- intra personal skills, confident and computer language skills sure you will get job. Whe we come to government jobs,, based on your qualification lot of ways to get jobs like in Railways, banks, educational institutes, kpsc, upsc, etc. So all these jobs would hire the students based on their requirements so better,- try for government jobs,, but keep in mind competition is very high in this sector,,, and last option you go for teaching profession for diploma it s really help you because you have completed B.tech,, so this is best option apply for teaching diploma,. And get job,, good luck

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