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Hi am Sowmya BS.. Am completed diploma in Computer Science with 75% and now am working in social sector and also am pursuing in correspondence KSOU. Doing in correspondence will help to get good job .

And I am confused to what kind of job can i do.
By Sowmya B.S. (Beginner)  7 years ago   40 views
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Hi Sowmya!
Pursuing a distance education can only benefit when you want to promote yourself in a firm otherwise a part time degree is of no use. Because there are large number of Top companies which give importance to only full time degree candidates so you will suffer their if you apply. To be frank part time not gain you much advantage. So I would suggest you to get some practical experience from companies on stipend basis based on your diploma degree. Enter your field i.e. computer science and your area and see the vacancies in the below link and apply for it. The details are on this link:

And your correspondence degree will be valued after you start doing a job in your relevant field unless not. And it would be better if you do from top universities so that they gain better output. But anyways don't worry now.
You are eligible for all IT companies based on your diploma and you programming skills should be good enough to get a good package. The post includes associate/junior software engineer, junior software developer/management in php, java, sql, android, .Net and many more programming languages.
All the best!
I hope this resolves your query.
Sowmya B.S. Hi Dhaval Sir, thanks for your suggest. And please suggest me now which computer language is most preferable and in which sector I should do for practical experience.
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