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is mainframe good for me?

 
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hi
i have completed my mechanical engg.(2006 pass out).i wish to join mainframe training in maintech(stratergic offshore computer solution,bangalore). the course fee is 95,000( 2 months ).i want to know the institute is genunie or not.
also being a mechanical engg is it possible for me to get the concepts in mainframe?.i want to choose my career in IT feild. b/c IT iS THE FIELD where one can build his career faster.
please suggest me
one more .. are MNC ready to recruit mainframe freshers.b/c i am mechanical engg. is any probs with that
 
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I think you can do better in IT industry even without spending 95000 Rs .
 
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I don't know the Indian market very well for freshers in IT. But since you have done your engineering in Mechanical and you have just started your career, you also should consider mechanical design software like CATIA etc. I believe Wipro, TCS have quite a bit of projects from the auto industries and you may be a good fit. Just get some information from people working in these industries, study the scope , see if that interests you and then make a decision.
 
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