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Should I go for regular B-Tech degree after M.Sc. IT
After completing my 12th I joined for GNIIT ( 3 year computer course conducted by NIIT ) along with which I joined for B.Sc(IT) correspondence from Kuvempu University (KU), as per KU if you are pursuing GNIIT you will get lateral admission into 3rd semester by skipping the 1st year i.e 1st and 2nd sem. After completing my graduation and course, I started working as a software developer and pursued my M.Sc(IT) correspondence from Karnataka State Open University (KSOU).KSOU also had a provision like if you are GNIIT certified you get lateral admission to 3rd sem and I have completed my post-graduation as well.

Now I have total 5 years of experience and working with a mid-level organisation, but due to my correspondence degree, I'm not able to apply for big companies. So, I was thinking to pursue B-Tech with night classes, but I'm not sure whether it will be much fruitful like I have to invest 4 years and hard work into this.

Can someone please suggest what I should do?

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Asked by Wednesday Jan 2nd 2019 in Career Planning
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