Software Engineer Programmer - Career Queries






Hello Gurvir,   That is what I call a welll planned and thoughtful career choice. Being this young, if you know what and where you wish to be, then the focus is more sincere and you would strive to achieve your goal.   After 10th, you would have to study PCM. After 12th, you would have to appear for various entrance exams like CET and IIT-JEE, for getting admission into a Engineering stream. Here in engineering you could opt for a specializations either in Computers or software engineering. Choice is yours.   Second option is after 10th, you could pursue a  Diploma program.










That's a really good question. I am happy to know that you got this thought in your mind. Most of the students preparing for medical exams take a drop for a year or two. In the beginning, this seems like a good idea of concentration only on NEET preparation but a drop in your resume whether you have cleared the NEET or not can have a negative effect as well. To make your self, stand away from these possibilities, you can choose a BSc program of your choice. You must be thinking now that how to prepare for NEET 2018 while pursuing BSc as well. Here is a good news. Since the course in BSc will b


Hello Harshad,   Looking at the competitive scenario and at the sametime the industry demand for a full fledged and fully well knowledge or complete knowledge candidate, I would suggest pursue BCA and follow it up with an MCA.   BCA, is more inclined towards software, programming and applications.   Please note, these days corporate prefer a BCA graduate over an engineer in the software domain, because of the comprehensive nature of the job.   Also since you have mentioned, you wish to go abroad, it would be a bit easier with a BCA background than an engineering background.



Hello Dear Aspirant, A warm welcome to careerguide.com Thanks for visiting us and writing us your career query. So you are looking for the career shift from IT to Human Resource field.  My question to you why you are thinking to switch from IT field to HR. and how many years of experience you have in the field of IT.  As you have an experience of IT field you can easily make a career in the HR. you can pursue the MBA HR degree or masters in personal Management After completing the course into HR like MBA, MPM or PG diploma course you can join he HR Department of any of the industry w