If you want to work in Local Area Network & You should choose MCSE but if you want to work in Wide Area Network You should go to firstly CCSP then CCIE.
If you are preparing for CCNA certification exam. You should choose CCNA and then go to CCIE. It is a best for you
All the above said domains have their own value, nothing is bad, You gotta select based on your interest.
I am a Cisco Instructor and might be able to offer a little insight. The CCNA is an excellent foundational certification. Cisco has provided several different CCNP or Professional level certifications. It used to be simply CCNA -> CCNP -> CCIE. Now, depending on your area of interest there are several “CCNP” level certs you can choose from. For example, if your interests run toward security you can get the Cisco CCSP which focuses on that. If you want to work in an ISP you can get the CCIP which focues on ISIS, BGP, etc. If you are more interested in Voice over IP there is the CCVP for that. In addition there is a CCDP for people interested in design more than implementation. The original CCNP is a basic advanced networking cert. None of these certs are easy and require passing 4 or 5 seperate tests each of which is associated with a class that you may or may not want to take. Good luck and feel free to email me if you need any help. – Brent Mossberger (firstname.lastname@example.org)