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Md. Wahidul Alam.
I'm A Student of B. Sc. (Honís) In Computer Science (3rd Year). Now Besides my Academic Study I want to complete MCSE & Sun Certified Java Sl-275 Course and Online Exam. If would-be Able to Complete Any of the Above Then please tell Me Whether I will get any job in Dhaka (Full Time/Part Time). Please tell me where these courses are offered correctly, carefully and with a minimum cost

Dear Mr. Alam,
It is good that you are trying to get some industry/market related training on some advanced programming languages. Normally in Computer Science Courses in Universities the syllabus do not always reflect the market demand. The programming tracks that are given emphasize in the graduation program are not always demanded by the software houses. Because technology now a days are changing so rapidly it is the best strategy to keep pace with the market demand. On the other hand , one very big advantage of a student who has passed a computer graduation, is he/she has got very good fundamentals and the employers also recognize that. Normally, a computer Graduate can more easily cope with new technology than a non-computer graduate.
My suggestion to you would be, get some advanced level course at this stage (like JSP, CORBA, EJB, Oracle etc.) , get some good project experience and than apply for jobs . There is no reason that you can't have a good one given that there is a really shortage of good programmers in the current job market. If you have got some experience in some of the mentioned programmers then you can also apply for foreign jobs.
Regarding Suggestion on Training Institute, you can visit our IT training Institute for important information.
Hope the above piece of advice will help you in deciding your career path.
Good Luck.
BDJOBS.COM CAREER EXPERT

Anonymous
I am an M.B.B.S. doctor, completed my Intern Training on August,2000.
What would be the best to do for me at the moment please?

Dear Anonymous,
Thank you for your query at bdjobs.com career expert panel.
You have a number of options to think. First of all you should decide ultimately how you would like to see yourself in the future. Do you want to be attached with Government jobs, or a well-known physician, or a successful marketing professional in the pharmaceutical industry? If you go for option one, then obviously you should get prepared for B.C.S. Exam. In the mean time you may look for a job in a private clinic or hospital (as it will take few months to get absorbed through B.C.S. ). On the other hand if you want to be a successful physician, you have to pursue higher study and plan accordingly. For the third option; i.e., to be a successful executive in the pharmaceutical industry, I suggest you pursue an MBA degree (either part time or full time) preferably from a renowned institution and pursue a job in the pharmaceutical industry. Whatever option you choose, you always can do private practicing at the evening hours. So, think and go ahead.
Good luck!
Career Expert, Bdjobs.com

Question:
I have just completed my MBA and M.Com from two top universities in Bangladesh.I have 3 years experience (2years in private organization, 1 year in Banking sector).Now, I am updating my C.V. I was following your suggestion about C.V writing. But it confused me to write my objective. I am always eager to work in an MNC and position myself into top management in an MNC in future. Would you please help me to write my objective in meaningful words?

Hi,
Thank you for your query at bdjobs.com career expert panel.
Please don't be confused in writing your career objective. You can just write your career aspiration in a very precise but articulative way. As we understand from your email, you can write your career objective as follows:
"I would like to pursue my career in a multinational company in Bangladesh with ultimate aspiration to be a successful manager"
Hope this will help you.
Best of luck on your job hunt at MNC!
Career Expert, Bdjobs.com

Chanchal Chakraborty
I have my valid Indian Passport & I have already completed my IT course from IBM ACE & SSI in Kolkata. I have 6 months experience in IT field in Business Development Executive. Now days I am developing web sites for ZEBA ONLINE in Kolkata as a part timer. Please help me to get a job in Bangladesh in IT sector.

Dear Chakraborty,
Thanks for your query at bdjobs.com. Please post your resume at bdjobs.com online resume bank. Our registered employers are constantly searching into this resume bank. If they feel you have the quality and experiences they are looking for, they will contact you. Besides, we may also let you know if any such vacancy arises that required/allowed non-residence.
Best luck,
Career Expert, Bdjobs.com

Major Md. Aowrangazeb Chowdhury (Retd)
I am Rtd. Major, seeking a job, What should me my course of action?

Dear Mr. Chowdhury,
Thank you for your query on bdjobs.com career expert panel.
First decide what sort of jobs you are looking for. On that basis prepare your resume and post it at bdjobs.com online resume bank. You can also create a job agent at bdjobs.com which will let you know through email about your preferred jobs as soon as any such jobs get posted at www.bdjobs.com.

Mehzabin Ahmed
Hello, this is really very aspiring to have such a website in Bangladesh. I am yet to become a BBA from DU from the dept of Finance and Banking. I cannot decide if I should pursue for the MBA in the same dept that is expected to
start from the next 2 months or should I try to prolong my internship program further so that i can get myself confirmed into that organization. In that case I will lose the chance to complete my MBA with the contemporaries. Please let me know if it would be a good decision to consider BBA from Finance as a terminal degree for a while and concentrate on having a work experience in a good organization or not.

Dear Mehzabin,
Thank you for your query to bdjobs.com career expert panel. BBA degree should not be considered as a terminal degree, if you think for a long-term career development. It would be wise you continue your MBA program
instead of prolonging your internship. Because employers in most cases may not give same/more importance to your internship experience to having MBA degree. However, if you have a job offer with good career prospects you can delay your MBA program.
Best luck
Career Expert, Bdjobs.com

Upal Mahfuz
Hello, A few days ago there was an adv. of Siemens Bangladesh Ltd. I missed the web page. Please send me the address and details if possible. Please give me any useful email address of yours for assistance request.

Dear Upal,
In our database we keep the job vacancy information as long as it is valid for apply. So if the ad you're looking for is still valid you can find it out at the bdjobs.com home page. Please click at the "Companies offering jobs" to see the list of companies presently offering jobs.
Regards,
Cutomer Supports, Bdjobs.com

Anonymous
hi
I am willing to go for Java training want to know that before doing that do I need to have any knowledge of computer. in my case I only know basic computer knowledge like word and excel. Can I strait start the course after that. Will I face any difficulties while doing Java by having this much knowledge of computer? Will be glad if you can answer my problem. Thanks.

Dear Anonymous,
Thank you for your query at bdjobs.com Career Expert.
Generally you should be able to take training on Java if you have basic computer knowledge. However, it is good to have some idea on programming language to expedite your Java learning. You can also consult books on Java before going for training program. This will help you to assess yourself whether you are ready to take the Java training. There are books available on Java in the market for the beginners.
Best luck
Expert, Bdjobs.com

Anonymous:
I am a fresh Graduate from University of Dhaka [BBA (Hons.) major in Marketing. I've already joined a Local company but I'm not satisfied with my present job status. My ultimate goal/objective is work in challenging, dynamic and disciplined job environment to enrich professional skill, competency and level of expertise knowledge, work in organizations/companies with required status for the changing world and work under capacity management to become devoted and committed to work. I'm going to start my
MBA in DU from January 13, 2001. The question is I want to continue my study as well as work in any multinational company [part time or full time]. In this stage what I'll do ? I'm really anxious about my future because I'm alone in present job market situation] in this world.

Dear Anonymous,
Thank you for your query. You should emphasize on the "completion of MBA Program". For doing so you should look for a job which will give you enough free time for study. However, if you get a lucrative job with good prospect (while studying MBA) you may like to complete the MBA Program at a slower pace. But it might be better to complete the MBA Program as a full time student if you can manage it. Unlike developed country, there is not that much of an opportunity for a part time job for the students in our country. There is nothing to be anxious about the future. Just have confidence on yourself and keep your eyes open for a better option.
Good luck.
Career Expert, Bdjobs.com

Anonymous:
I am a graduate from NSU and working in a multinational company. But I am not satisfied with my current job. And at the same time I did not find any suitable job. So tell me what to do?

Dear Anonymous,
Thank you for your query at bdjobs.com. Looking for another job is not always a solution to pacify the
dissatisfaction in the present job. First you should try and explore whether you can consolidate at your present job. However, if you are not satisfied mainly because of the nature of your job responsibilities you may plan to
switch job. Please note that getting a suitable job required a very good patient. So please don't get upset or lose hope rather professionally discharge your present duty along with searching for your dream job. To get your preferred job vacancy news through email on a regular basis you can create a job agent giving your preferences. This job agent wills automatically email you as soon as any job ad get posted that matches with your preference.
Best luck
Career Expert, Bdjobs.com

Anonymous
I have just passed my B.Sc (Hons.) degree in Computer Science from a private university with a CGPA of 3.96.
I have been looking for jobs for the last three months, but the usual requirement does not meet my qualifications or I do not have their required years of experience. I am undecided what to do next. Do I take courses to improve my qualifications or do I apply for jobs anyway? If you suggest that I undergo courses then please advice about choosing institutions that will be economically feasible and also well reputed.

Dear Anonymous
Thank you for contacting bdjobs.com career counseling section.
Your problem is not uncommon to the students who have just passed in Computer Sciences. Normally in Computer Science Courses in Universities the syllabus do not always reflect the market demand. The programming tracks
that are given emphasize in the graduation program are not always demanded by the software houses. Because technology now a days are changing so rapidly it is the best strategy to keep pace with the market demand. For
example, Java is a really demanded programming language at this moment. But, until very recently very few University Computer Science Programs have Java in their Syllabus. But this is a reality (even in the western
University). It is really up to the students to keep themselves up to date on the recent trends. On the other hand , one very big advantage of a student who has passed a computer graduation, is he/she has got very good fundamentals and the employers also recognize that. Normally, a computer Graduate can more easily cope with new technology than a non-computer graduate.
My suggestion to you would be, just get some training on some trendy programming language (like Java, Oracle, ASP etc.), get some good project experience and than apply for jobs. There is no reason that you can't have
a good one given that there is a really shortage of good programmers in the current job market. Regarding Suggestion on Training Institute, you can visit our IT training Institute for important information.
Hope the above piece of advice will help you in deciding your career path.
Good Luck.
BDJOBS.COM CAREER EXPERT

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