Not a particularly helpful question, honestly - there's a whole bunch of exams, all on different topics, so to answer it with something meaningful, we'd need to know what you're hoping to do or what interests you in the field...
Theodore Jonathan Casser
SCJP/SCSNI/SCBCD/SCWCD/SCDJWS/SCMAD/SCEA/MCTS/MCPD... and so many more letters than you can shake a stick at!
Again, that doesn't tell me anything more - there's still a broad spectrum of options to choose from, from exams on XML to exams on basic enterprise connectivity, to server-specific software.
If you want to work with Oracle, they have an entirely separate battery of tests to choose from, so you might be better served looking at those if that's the direction you want to go.
If you want to continue in Java with certifications, your options are basically limited solely by what interests you, between servlets/JSP, EJBs, micro-edition, architecture, web-services, or going for Developer...
As I said previously - you're not giving enough information for anything more specific. (Also, by the by - I see you posted this basicly twice, so you might find it does more good to simply post once and wait for responses...)
Karthik, please do not create more than one thread per topic. I closed your other thread to which I had replied with this link. Looking through this list on IBM's site will help you to narrow down which certification to pursue.
Ignoring advice while repeating the same question is rude.
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Joined: Aug 31, 2005
I am sorry
actually i am frustrated with my career so it happens
I am having experience in Testing and have good skills in COre java
and giving SCJP in dec end
I want to have career in companies like IBM or HP or Accenture or Oracle
so i want to do certification which will help me
I am BE in mechanical interested in Software field
Perhaps you're misunderstanding my question, as I've asked now twice and you've given me the same answer (and basically the same answer to Marc as well). What I'm asking is - what interests you? Which aspect of Java?
Simply rattling off names of companies that you'd like to work for doesn't really help me recommend things, and I'm getting weary of repeating myself with asking for more information to try to help you.