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Karu Raj
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let me know where can i find good institute in BANGALORE where i can learn project based expereince in JAVA>

I am certified SCJP and have skills in JSP, servlets.

But i want to get project experience by doing

so let me know good institute in BANGALORE
 
Amit Saini
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Why dont you take up the SCJD? Its a project based exam and you dont have a deadline to complete it.
 
Kj Reddy
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Karthink, as you already have good knowledge in Java and institutes are not going to help you to gain more knowledge in any aspect. More over you will loose money. I suggest try some freelancing project. Or join as a faculty in any institute(if you are interested in teaching) and you can do some project on your own thoughts whenever you find time.
[ January 12, 2006: Message edited by: KJ Reddy ]
 
Ramesh Choudhary
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Hi Mr.reddy,I have my own doubts.Will such experience(freelance experience) be counted?I have seen many HR heads insisting on 'real' experience.
 
Dharam Singh
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HR heads don't have heads.They hire based on skills and not smartness.
Thanks
Dharam(Week end:going to Gulbarga)
 
Kj Reddy
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Originally posted by Ramesh Choudhary:
Hi Mr.reddy,I have my own doubts.Will such experience(freelance experience) be counted?I have seen many HR heads insisting on 'real' experience.


Such experience may not be counted but it will helpful for you to gain knowledge and understand the problems when implementing the project.
 
Ja vardhan
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Karthik,

Its better to buy some (or many if you have much money ) books, prepare youself and start applying your knowledge to your small problems. Thats it, thats a project.(Once after you become maestro you can also solve bigggggggggggg problems) In my sense problem can be anything

What I heard was- in Bangalore we cant find many institues and even they are not pretty good to brush up the student skills. But they will make your purse empty. If you have really decided to join some institute, better go to Hyderabad. There you can find many good institutes that too with affordable cost.
 
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