i am pursuing hardware & networking course right now with a placement garuntee from my institute
but i am not a graduate .. i've given up in s.y.b.arts...hence i am well and trully on course of completing my m.c.s.a / c.c.n.a course, in bigger organizations is it necessary 2 complete ur graduation?
Re: academic importance
Well in if you are doing your m.c.s.a / c.c.n.a. course then you must first concentrate on it first. Graduation definitely counts in today's world but if you are good with your course & have right knowledge then i don't think graduation should make any difference. Your knowledge is more important than your degree. Degree works as your eligibility for a particular job but your subject knowledge & skill is what plays an important role.
If you are really interested in having the Arts degree then you can try for if anytime & complete your graduation. All the best!
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