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I have done through computer science branch and i m really confused with what to do in future as i m not eligible for any job openings...
Hello(1)First one is that you can continue thinking that i secured only 50% and go on loosing confidence in yourself .or(2) You can face the situation and think that ok i cannot change what is done but i can improve on that.I Strongly suggest you should handle this situation with 2 nd option.Now what i can suggest isthat you can now go for higher studies if interested in technical skills then go for M.tech. or if interested in managment skills then go for MBA etc. this will not only give you a chance to improve your percentage but also to acquire a higher degree.If you are not interested in higher studies then you can also go for some short term courses of duration 3-6 months........(If you will wish i will give u details of these courses.)The institutes which provides these courses also provide placement in different companies.May be you get start from a small organisation but after gaining experience you can move towards larger organisation.Now listen carefully 50% in todays competitive enviroment is not good enough But you still have lots of option open if you think/search carefully and kindly do not panic keep faith and confidence no matter whatever anybody says.And putting your question here itself means that you are looking forward to change things .If you want to discuss more you can just reply me i will get back to you.BEST OF LUCK
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There are various courses such as(1) You can go for software testing course .It is a job oriented course .There are various institutes conducting software testing course.One of them is SEED infotech. it has its centres at mumbai ,pune and at many other places in india.(2)You can also go for Diploma in advance computing conducted by CDAC(centre for development of advanced computing)This is also a job oriented courses.
Clearly I can feel that you are not made for being an engineer. Did you select engineering after your 12th in compulsion or illusion? I think you should go for vocational courses, based on your 12th level.
If you are not interested in engineering at all, you need to shift to commerce or arts.
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