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Searching institute for SCJP in bangalore

shishir dwivedi
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Hi ranchers,

I am new to java and searching institute in bangalore to learn java so that i can clear the SCJP examination.
Please suggest some names of the institute for java who can teach excellent java and can provide JOB assistance also.
whether self study would be helpful ? I want to clear the exam in first go that is why i am little bit afraid about the exam.
I am jobless and need a job that is why i want to do the training in java.
Please help .



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The SCJP assumes months of experience in Java. It isn't meant for someone to rush through. Also, being new to Java and having an SCJP without any experience isn't likely to land you a job unless you are a recent graduate. Not saying it can't be done, but consider your expectations.

What is your experience in so far?


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shishir dwivedi
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:The SCJP assumes months of experience in Java. It isn't meant for someone to rush through. Also, being new to Java and having an SCJP without any experience isn't likely to land you a job unless you are a recent graduate. Not saying it can't be done, but consider your expectations.

What is your experience in so far?



I dont have any prior experience in programming and i am a fresh graduate seeking a job in software industry.So i thought maybe SCJP certification will do something for me .
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And I'm not suggesting it is useless. I am suggesting that you won't be ready after a two week training course.
shishir dwivedi
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Indian rancher please help me
I am a fresher and want to pursue my career in Java. I don't have SCJP certification but i know the things up to core level. I want an institute who can brush up my skills and can provide placement assistance also (JOB is everything). So please tell me which institute should i join to get excellent knowledge and placement. People living in Bangalore can certainly be more helpful so do reply .


Aniruddh Joshi
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shishir dwivedi wrote:Indian rancher please help me
Am not in Banglore but am sure there are plenty of java teaching institutes out there.
Am surprised you don't have a list already.
shishir dwivedi wrote:Job is everything
I know people who were in such centres learning languages and their experiences show that none of them are placement firms :-)
My suggestion - Keep looking for a job on your own and ofcourse learn java in the cheapest way you can.
Most of the institutes are run by people who could not get jobs for themselves


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shishir dwivedi
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Aniruddh Joshi wrote:
shishir dwivedi wrote:Indian rancher please help me
Am not in Banglore but am sure there are plenty of java teaching institutes out there.
Am surprised you don't have a list already.
shishir dwivedi wrote:Job is everything
I know people who were in such centres learning languages and their experiences show that none of them are placement firms :-)
My suggestion - Keep looking for a job on your own and of course learn Java in the cheapest way you can.
Most of the institutes are run by people who could not get jobs for themselves


Aniruddh , actually i am not in Bangalore but i have short-listed some institute of Java (my friend told me about those institution). I know that institute will not provide the placement but i am just worried whether after doing training whether there would be any chance of off campus ? And what is the success rate because I will certainly do the SCJP certification after learning the Java .
Aniruddh thing is this some of my friend suggested me different course which are too expensive so i cannot do all that course . So only knowledge of Java can bring me the job ?
Aniruddh Joshi
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shishir dwivedi wrote:i am just worried whether after doing training whether there would be any chance of off campus ? And what is the success rate because I will certainly do the SCJP certification after learning the Java .
... So only knowledge of Java can bring me the job ?

Well I can't guarantee that but good knowledge of the java language does help you when you're taking an off campus interview.
Typically in India smaller firms who do most of their recruitment off campus check technical knowledge unlike large Consulting firms who take you and train on the technology of their requirement.
Also a lot of startups and small product firms hire people with good knowledge of programming languages.
And java ofcourse is one of the most popular ones.

I suggested you to look for a cheap option because learning Java does not actually need expensive resources, and you can get expertise without paying a lot in tution fees.
shishir dwivedi
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Aniruddh Joshi wrote:
shishir dwivedi wrote:i am just worried whether after doing training whether there would be any chance of off campus ? And what is the success rate because I will certainly do the SCJP certification after learning the Java .
... So only knowledge of Java can bring me the job ?

Well I can't guarantee that but good knowledge of the java language does help you when you're taking an off campus interview.
Typically in India smaller firms who do most of their recruitment off campus check technical knowledge unlike large Consulting firms who take you and train on the technology of their requirement.
Also a lot of startups and small product firms hire people with good knowledge of programming languages.
And java ofcourse is one of the most popular ones.

I suggested you to look for a cheap option because learning Java does not actually need expensive resources, and you can get expertise without paying a lot in tution fees.


Thanks Aniruddh for your comments.
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-- Get yourself a good book and start learning the fundamentals

-- Find good online tutorials and go through them

as mentioned before, 2 weeks of training is not going to do you any good.


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