Watch the video below to get a glimpse of a Software Programmer:The day usually goes like this:Checking the emails and replying to them.Bugs, status reports and other necessary communications are made at the start of the day.There is usually a team meeting, describing the course of the day and what activities to work on. After the meeting, pick up the code where it was left yesterday and start working on it.Work on the programming. Take breaks. Discuss things with developers and work again.They read about the latest happenings in the programming world and share it with fellow programmers.

You are into a booming career. Everywhere we see computers are an in-thing. And reserach into this field comes up with new technologies to help us to make our life simpler.Every second person wants to create their own websites to promote theri business. Every organization wants a Software to ease their work load.So your job is very much in demand. And [your MCA qualification supporrts][1] you into the tch world.As a starter or fresher, you would be employed in an organization at the junior level, miostly a softeare devleoper trainee or  junior level programer, designation vary from compan

Dear Aspirant, The points in the previous answer are just pointers of writing a resume. However as a web designer, your resume should contain the job details and the software you have working knowledge and command on. Further, you should also separately prepare a portfolio where you can demonstrate the actual work done by you as a web designer. For switching jobs, portfolio is asked by almost all companies since it reflects your real talent and skill. Best wishes

Hi,Greeting's for the day!!!Software Engineers are responsible for designing, implementing and testing computer based hardware and software, including the components that are found inside computer equipment, as well as actual devices that contain the computers and the software that runs on those machines. They may also design network that connects computer systems, and work on integrating software programs with computer hardware.Education Requirements:To become Software Engineer, you will typically [require a bachelor of science degree in computer engneering][1], computer science or electrical

The typical day of a web designer is very interesting and exciting. It's one of the rare careers where technical expertise meets the creative energy. This is how a web designer spends his/her day:Working on Overall Goals – A web designer will spend his or her time trying to achieve certain larger goals; for example, he or she will need to ensure proper design, layout and coding of websites. Every element of these websites will fall under the website designer’s job responsibilities, including technical aspects, graphics, and overall aesthetics (the site’s appearance). 

Software engineers have good scope in terms of [development of software or programming][1]. From computer operating systems to "video" games all require software and there comes the needs of software engineers. The main role of a Software technician is to analyse the users needs and then help to design, tests and develop software by applying [computer technologies and mathematical][2] concepts. As said Software's require a thorough knowledge related to computers and maths, so to become a Software engineer, you need the base of computers and mathematics. Thus post 12th, any stream but hav

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Dear Aspirant, You are 26 years old already? Didnt you study anything till now? What were you doing till now after 10th std? You seem to have lost valuable years in your life. By the age of 26, you should have been into a job and towards settlement.  After Diploma in Computer Science, it is recommended that considering your age, you should first prefer a job if you get. Alongside job, you can then enrol for BTech part time from a good Institute and University. I would recommend a job, however it may not be always possible to get a good job since companies would prefer graduation in engine

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Hello Sahul,  Firstly you have not been specific as to your role in the pharma company. Secondly, your question falls in the IT sector of mera career.  Now I am confused are you working as a technical support in the pharma company or any other role?.  Please note a pharma graduate has many opportunity in the organization right from clinical trials to production to r&d to quality control to medical writing. You could work in any of the department as per your interest. Since your question is vague, I can suggest, pursue a management degree. An MBA in either pharnaceutical mana

Dear Aspirant, Let me make it clear that your seven years of teaching experience will be of no use for companies. Your BCA qualification is outdated now. You can definitely get jobs abroad, however I would suggest that you should complete MCA. MCA will give you the latest knowledge and will make you job relevant and ready. MCA will be good for you in the long term instead of short term certification courses. After MCA, you can get a job in Indian companies who also offer onsite work opportunities. Later you may decide for settling abroad on the basis of work experience and qualification. I am

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Dear Aspirant, What you can do after MSc depends on the specialisation you have opted for MSc. You have not mentioned your specialisation for MSc. Naturally, I would say that after MSc you should definitely take up a job in a company or go into teaching or into research. Obviously, what you have studied should be put to use immediately and there should not gap between your studies and job. Therefore, after MSc, I would strongly recommend you prepare a good resume with all the necessary details about your skills and academic achievements. Since you are a fresher, do not be very choosy for a par

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Dear Aspirant, If you are planning to be in the niche area of footwear, tool or die making then taking course in that is recommended definitely. The fields which you are talking about are technical in nature and therefore a proper training is required to get into the same. With those niche area knowledge, you will get jobs in those fields only. The payment may not be very high, however if you wish to do what you love, then you will enjoy doing that job and learning it. After taking the training and a little bit of experience, you ca have you own manufacturing / industrial setup. Govt of India

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Dear Aspirant, After five years of experience which is considered as comparatively sizeable, you can think of switching companies for a better profile, on site opportunities and increase wages. Also keeping yourself updated in terms of technological advancements will help you a lot. You now need to think for settlement and continue for more years in the same company. Of if opportunities knocks in Indian companies or abroad, you should take the leap. Alternatively, you can enrol for a part time or MOOC in a technical aspect which is different from your current domain specialisation and are