Want to move into Technical Side

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Hi, I have done my B.Sc in Chemistry and then MBA in HR. Presently I am working with consultancy as IT Recruiter and having around 3 yrs exp. Now i don't want to continue with Recruitment and want to sift into Technical side. I am thinking to do DBA or Datawarehousing course. Can anyone guide me which technical course would be suitable for me ? Thank in advance. Regards, Akhilesh

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Graduation in Chemistry, Post Graduation in HR and now you want to do DBA or DW. Your profile would not be able to fetch you interview calls – as it will not convince the recruiter (yourself being one for last 3 years, would you shortlist for a DBA position or DWH developer position a person with such a diversified and somewhat non relevant backgrounds?).

Since you have 3yrs experience, try SAP HR OR PeopleSoft HRMS modules. Future definitely looks much bright as your qualification, experience matches with the kind of course you have done.
Good luck.

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