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    How to enter into IT sector if one is not from engineering background?

    Everybody knows that the highest payers are the employers at IT companies with good name in the market. I am not from engineering background but want to work with an IT company which is reputed. How can approach to such companies?

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    bonomali Array
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    Re: How to enter into IT sector if one is not from engineering background?

    Hello,

    You too can enter in IT sector. Every year companies such as IBM,TCS,Infosys,Wipro and Accenture
    hire people of non-engineering backgrounds. You need to visit their websites and register your profile
    with them and then upload your resume and personal information and wait for their call.

    Bye,

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    savneybillford Array
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    Re: How to enter into IT sector if one is not from engineering background?

    Dear guest,

    You can join such companies but your pay may not be that much as of an engineer. Well you can get more than them but you should be a genius like bill gates in programming. Well that is more like one in a million..

    The requirement is that you need to be a science student and with computers as your subject, I.e BCA or MCA degrees. In reputed colleges and universities companies approach them for placement deals. So I hope you are in the right stream...

    Good luck & thank you...

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    varshu Array
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    Re: How to enter into IT sector if one is not from engineering background?

    hello friends..

    only those who have the computer languages skills like MCA,BCA students are eligible for the IT sector

    non-engineering students are not enter into IT sector

    if you have interested join in programming languages course like java,.net,PHP

    based on that they will provide job to you

    all the best

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    Ashok Array
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    Re: How to enter into IT sector if one is not from engineering background?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Everybody knows that the highest payers are the employers at IT companies with good name in the market. I am not from engineering background but want to work with an IT company which is reputed. How can approach to such companies?
    Dear Aspirant,

    See there are different kinds of employees required in any company both in pvt. as well as in govt.sectors.Engineers are generally associated with production & processing.There are many sections such as production,processing,marketing,accounting,Auditin g,research & development etc.

    So if you don't have engineering degree,you can enter in IT sector with MBA degree or commerce degree or courses in computer science.There are many courses in computer science which can be done on the inter/graduation basis.You can contact any computer institutes or colleges in your area to know in details about the courses for the students like you.

    If you are graduate,you can do MBA from any B school of managements for getting good job either in marketing or accounting in IT sector.

    Thanks & good luck.

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    Re: How to enter into IT sector if one is not from engineering background?

    getting an job in IT sector is not concerned with degree of engineering.. i would want to tell you that IT companies prefer more employees who are from non-engineering background. if you really want an career in IT sector then you need to have the IT skills like you need to learn programming languages and also some modules related with IT sector.. for example if any company is having job openings for JAVA in any particular domain if you posses knowledge about JAVA then you can get job..
    in clear cut manner i say you that you need to learn JAVA, .net SAP.. these certification courses should be learnt with special interest in any one domain master the certification course you do.. then you can apply to companies depending upon skill requirement in various companies. don't worry you should need not learn all certification courses but any one to get a good job..

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