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Career Guidance for BSc Computer Science Student [message #513264] Sat, 25 June 2011 04:50 Go to next message
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Career Guidance for BSc Computer Science Student

sir, i m first year bsc computer science student i m passing 10th with 77%, 12th with 45%,and now i was giving 1st semister and get 59.2% i m very interesting in study but because of the 12 std % i fall down but now i m doing very hardwork in c.s. please suggest me how i will do the study. i want more than60% in future.& want 2 do "MCA"and want good job in future . and say me sir, c.s is more valuable in future yes or no . i hope sir, u give me a very good advice. sir if any mistake then very sorry. sir how are you give me a answer through my e-mail id or any other sourse. your faithfully , vishakha.

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Re: Career Guidance for BSc Computer Science Student [message #513277 is a reply to message #513264] Sat, 25 June 2011 12:20 Go to previous message
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This is a very beautiful message.


suggest me how i will do the study. i want more than 60% in future

Study harder. Try to understand what you are learning. If you didn't understand it, read it once again (and again). Consult your teachers and fellow students. You know how it goes ...

What are these "related questions" related to? Many different things, as far as I can tell, not necessarily related to each other. So, what is your question, really?
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