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    Is SSLC or 10th standard class important to become a best software engineer?

    Is sslc or 10 th standard class is important to become a best software engineer?.....Or the plus two has any importance??..what are the steps that i taken or how much marks want to get jobs in companies like APPLE , MICROSOFT...etc....

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    pragi is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Is SSLC or 10th standard class important to become a best software engineer?

    Dear Aspirant,

    Yes, absolutely. You should complete your SSC and Inter with good percentage because it shows you are academically strong and bright.

    To become Software engineer, there are two ways.
    1. Through B.tech
    2. Through Degree

    If you take B.tech, opt a good college and prefer either CSE or IT as your branch. You should have strong skills on your languages and packages. Take coaching of updated courses like Android, C Sharp etc parallelly. Along this, gain better percentage which will be plus to you. In your third year or final year, take Campus Recruitment training (CRT) which provides coaching in Aptitude, Reasoning, English, Computers along with Communication Skills, which is very important to become Software Engineer. To improve Communication Skills in your college days itself, give seminars or presentations. CRT is useful for Written test as well as interview.

    If you take Degree after Inter, complete your three years degree course with Maths as main subject. After the completion of degree, Take MCA in your Post Graduation. Then, you can become Software engineer by learning updated courses and improving Communication Skills.

    So, For now, Concentrate on your studies and get good percentage.

    All the Best Have Success in your Career.

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