advice for a fresher

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I have finished my B.E in Telecommunication in july 2012 with an aggregate of 64%. I have not placed in any of the companies yet, So as fresher what kind of course/ certification can i do which might help me to get a job in telecom industry and even boost my career? i have keen interest in wireless field.

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  • jinteik
    if you are into networks, you can start with ccna up till cissp
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  • jinteik
    sorry what i mean is ccie and it is from cisco
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  • James Murray
    If I were you I'd be looking at Unified Communications and primarily at MS Lync.  If you get some time and certifications in Lync then put that on your resume, you'll be getting hit daily by head hunters.
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