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What certification courses can a computer science engineering student should take during his 4 yrs. study?

I am a first yr engineering student and want to have certification in any computer field so that my market value and job prospectus increases so which certification exam I should go for in These 4 years of study?

Asked By: GALAXIAN - 3/23/2009
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There are many certification courses available in the market. You can check out the list which includes exams from the following providers... More
Answered By: rajiv - 3/23/2009
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CompTIA has many entry level certs. I would start with A+, Net+, and Security+. Depending on what you want to specialize in, you can continue with Cisco certifications (Most notably CCNA) Also, Microsoft certifications such as MCDST, MCSA, MCSE and MCITP make you VERY marketable.
Answered By: David C - 3/23/2009
 
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Answered By: parthiv_601 - 3/23/2009
 
I'm final year B.E (ECE) student and my suggestion is to study LAMP (Linux, Apache, My SQL, PHP ), there are very less number of workers available in this category, and also LAMP is very much famous now a days you know. It's effective course... More
Answered By: Naveen K - 3/23/2009
 
there are so many certifications in computer field. u can choose those certifications related to your major. http://www.killtest.com/ here a link for you , u can choose some certifications to get.
Answered By: Lili D - 3/24/2009
 
Honestly, most employers value a college education over any certifications, because HR is not technologically savvy. Experience is the most wanted attribute. A certification will only increase your chances of getting the job if your interviewer knows of the work it took to get it. I know many engineers who have jobs... More
Answered By: Blackcompe - 3/27/2009
 
Hey according to me a computer engineer need not do any certification at all, as everything is covered under college ciriculum. If you want to increase your market value, concentrate on acads and score an aggregate of 80%. I am working for an American MNC company, If at all you are very keen on doing certifications... More
Answered By: arun c - 3/28/2009
 
as a new student ,i advise u to take some IT exams certification ,it will good for your job prospectus increases... More
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Answered By: Tiony - 3/30/2009
 
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