To change career path

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Hi,

I am working in HDFC Mutual Fund from last 3 years. Before that I did B.Tech. in Computer Sc. and then MBA in Marketing and Finance. Now I want to change my career path and want to join IT industry again..Please help me out whether is it possible or not and if yes what should I do???

ASKED: April 23, 2010  8:05 AM
UPDATED: December 28, 2010  5:32 AM

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It is good for u and there r lots of hopes on ur way ! See, if u want to join IT there r mainly two ways either u join as sw developer nor as system admin or DBA admin. Though u completed B.Tech, so u may go for sw developer or DBA admin. for sw developer u make take global certification from Microsoft / Novell and so on. For DBA u have to go for Oracle certification. Just googgling and u may get no of options. Else there r more other global certificates also in IT.

Hope this info may halp u !

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  • Maswawan
    It is very possible :) Your Educational background is a raw material to become a CEO in one of the IT Technology Provider. Just remember ... Ed. Background is only a key to unlock the door. after that you have to work hard and run. Start with your passion, maybe as an account manager for IT product. HTH
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