Is Networking right option for MCA student

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i am doing mca. i am not having networking as subject . but i want to choose networking as career. what are the different ways to learn networking..

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If you want to choose networking as a career you can follow two paths one on the systems side other on the network side. You can either complete MCSE , SUN Certifications to be on the systems path or else if you want ot be on the network patch you can study CCNA, CCNP and CCIE. Try to find any local training center for more details on these courses.

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Yasir

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Good Luck!
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