Software as a career requires you to have common sense and differently-thinking ability. Both of these can be developed in time.
An entry level career in software as a programmer/tester etc. requires nothing but a willingness to accept and learn new things (software in this case). Hence, companies like Infosys, TCS and Wipro (in India) etc. conduct a simple aptitude test consisting of problem solving and grammar/vocabulary questions which require no specific knowledge.
In fact, these companies are now going beyond engineers to recruit for their entry-level positions. I suggest you remove any misconceptions you might be having and get prepared for a fantastic career in software. All the best.
No prob which graduation u are, just go head with ur creative skills.
Oh my...Science is a very broad area. Computer science? What is the level of your degree. If you seek to be competitive in any scientific discipline, you will need more than an undergraduate degree. I really don't understand your question.
Software? In what configuration.
Depends. How many programming classes did you take? How much experience do you have in programming? If the answer is 'zero', I'm going to guess 'not very'.
I am Girish studying III Bsc computer science,
u r not mentioned ur group,
Pls send ur bachelors degree details and about ur self,
I know about software field , i will check ur skills then i will conform to u whether u r sutable to software field,
with what subjects ?
ofcourse u can! all the best for ur venture!
you can be successful in anything u put ur mind to.
gniit from niit or accp from aptech can be a good choice , this will prepare you for having a career of your choice.
lol...I saw one of the answers asking for ur resume!!
well absolutely u can... I mean anyone in the world can... I've seen mechanical engg guys from my college very successful in software companies..
if u want to study software go ahead.
remember... its the will that decides u will be successful not the previous degree.If I am, anyone can!! ;)
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