B.SC student with no computer subject

gurungkamal

iam MCSA and hv knowledge of RHEL 5 , basic level hardware and networking, and planning to do ccna and ccnp. Does it add any star in my profile to be network engineer. after i complete this courses for what jobs i will be eligible.......i want to be network and system admin ....what should i do ........please help me out

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jimlynch
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You might want to check Simply Hired, Dice.com and some of the other job sites to see what employers are requiring for jobs that you are interested in. That will give you an idea of what's needed in the job market, you can then make your choices in terms of classes.

Chrysti
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I can help you to guide from where you can get preparation material of CCNA and CCNP.

 

Get CCNA: http://www.selftesttraining.com/ccna-certification.html

Get CCNP: http://www.selftesttraining.com/ccnp-certification.html

If any problem then tell me.

 

Regards.

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