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I am a fresh MCA graduate, currently i have a offer from leading server developers my joining date was 27th of november, but now they have revised and they have postponed it by a month I.e 27 th of December. I am currently preparing for SCJP 1.5 and will be certified before 23rd of november. And i am not even sure the current offer company would provide me a job in java domain. So is it better for me to find a new job or should i join the same company and the package is low when compared to the company brand name its 2.85L(INR). Please guide me whether i have to search for other job which can offer around 3.25-3.5L per annum. I am based out of bangalore.... Expecting some valuable suggestions from the local experts... please help!!!
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If you have not signed any contracts or acceptance letter why not keep your options open?
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