Hi NB’ians, My Name is Vivek and just wanted to know that to be a network engineer or to get placed in the MNC it that is mandatory that person should be graduate from the technical background like (MCA or B.Tech)?
No Vivek, it's not mandatory to have a technical background to get hired as a Network Engineer but yes, it's true that Multinational companies consider graduates over non-graduates.
Graduation is mandatory in every field to get a better job opportunity. You can complete your graduation from any open university or by taking any distance graduation courses along with networking training at Network Bulls.
Even if you're not MCA or B.Tech, if you have graduation and a Cisco certifications training i.e CCNA, CCNP, CCIE in any track you will have assured placements.
For 100% job guaranteed placement from Network Bulls, you must enroll in one of their integrated programs.
Polish your technical skills, communicational skills and get placed with MNC’s soon after your course training.
Check Network Bulls' placement procedure here - https://www.networkbulls.com/nb-placement-process
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