What should I study after doing MCP and Hardware & Networking?

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Hi..I have done MA in English and then I studied Hardware & Networking from Jetking. After that I completed MCP(70-270). At present I am working as a Desktop Support in an MNC. I want to know that if I study MCA from Sikkim Manipal will do anything good for me???? Can I study MCA?? Please reply as soon as possible...

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ASKED: May 9, 2010  3:16 PM
UPDATED: May 10, 2010  1:43 PM

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Hi there,

It sounds like everything you have worked at in the past has been focused around the desktop environment. That being the case I can see how you have ended up where you are right now.

The real question is though…..where do you want to go and what exactly do you want to be working on?

If you want to lean more towards networking then I would whole heartedly suggest that you go down the Cisco route, CCNA, CCNP etc…….The courses are not just Cisco biased and they are extremely high quality.
If you want to stay OS focused then more MS courses would be good as well. I dont really know what degree you are looking at so would need to know more to see how that is relevant.

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