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.

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There are lots of job opportunities for graduates in computer application in private sector. Many private sector companies recruit bachelor in computer application graduates. These are mainly the software companies. The career scope for BCA graduates is private sector is not limited to software companies. Now a days almost every company requires an IT professional and so a BCA professional can also find a job outside the software field. Private sector companies provide very high salaries to BCA graduates. They are appointed as software developers. Initially some companies provide training als

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Understanding your interest/aptitude type will give you pieces of information to how your psyche takes care of problems and situations.   Stream Selector Assessment analyze the potential of a person. It is expressed in the form of a person’s interest as well as the aptitude of a student. When students know their potential, it will be simple for them to make choices related with their subjects.   Taking the assessment and looking at its report recommendation will help understand if where interest and aptitude for science stream lies.   The aptitude of an individual is neith

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A resume is a ideal place / Opportunity to exhibit your designing talents.    Show to the world in the shortest possible time, about your skills.. say a few seconds.. that is the time most will have to look at your profile, in case they land up there for some reasons.    Try using free sites, pages, create a good portfolio as suggested earlier. But just have an ordinary profile wont take you anywhere.. It has to be really innovative, creative, eye-catchy and of course, your original work!!   Good luck! Ben  

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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

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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). 

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Hello Ranjit.. MCA and MSc in Computer Science or IT are the major options for you after BCA. These courses are available in institutes like Pondicheri university, Lovely Professional University, Delhi University etc. The career options after MSc IT or MSc Computer Science etc are Developers, Network Administrators, Data work Administers, Software Testers etc. These institutes will help you to find a goo job option after your course through placement drives etc. 

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MCA and MSc in Computer Science or IT are the major options for you. If you are interested to change the stream, you may can join for arts courses or courses like Hotel management, Fine Arts etc. Hyderabad University, University of Delhi, Lovely Professional University etc are some of the leading institutes for these courses. You can get much exposure in the field while pursuing your course here through the workshops and promotional programs etc. 

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Hi Reena... Biotechnology is one of the demanding subject nowadays. So your decision to go for Biotech should be appreciated. There are a number of institutes in India for higher studies in Biotechnology. You an find excellent academic records in the field in institutes like Jawaharlal Nehru university, Banaras Hindu University, Lovely Professional University, Pondicheri university etc. You can avail better reach environment and good exposure in these institutes which will help you to have much more knowledge in this field. The minimum eligibility to get selected for B.Sc in Biotechnology is 5

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Hello Sumit.. MCA,M.Sc in Computer Science, M.Sc in Information Technology etc are the best available courses for you after your BCA. These courses will help you to find jobs in computer fields and to earn well. Best institutes for computer application courses in India includes Jawaharlal Nehru university, Jadavpuir university, Lovely Professional university, Christ university etc. Placement in good institutes are offered through placement drives in these universities. 

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Hello Madan.. BCA course must have introduced you into Computer language and related fields. So now you can go for higher studies in courses like MCA, MSc in Computer Science, MSc in IT etc to become a master in this field. If you are not interested to continue in this field, MBA and MCom are the other available options for you,. More course options and details can be availed from the websites of the institutes like Christ university, Pondicheri university, Lovely Professional University, Shiv nadar university etc. 

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Dear Aspirant, For under graduate education, there is a very rare work integrated courses. Under graduate courses do have internships and projects which give you the real industry experience if you do it genuinely and seriously instead of the majority of them doing just copy paste work. I however appreciate your inclination to make your education more of a learning experience. For a course like Bachelors of Computer Applications (BCA), I would suggest you to concentrate on the theoritical and technical knowledge in the course. Scoring good percentage at the under graduate level is also very im

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