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I have completed my metric with 54% and inter with 62%. Then on the force of my father I took admission in Computer engineering. Now I am student of B.Sc. in Computer System Engineering at NFC-IET Multan. I took admission in 2006 but as I am weak at studies, I am clearing supplies of my papers till now and it may take next year too.

I have completed my metric with 54% and inter with 62%. Then on the force of my father I took admission in Computer engineering. Now I am student of B.Sc. in Computer System Engineering at NFC-IET Multan. I took admission in 2006 but as I am weak at studies, I am clearing supplies of my papers till now and it may take next year too.

Query Statement:  I have completed my metric with 54% and inter with 62%. Then on the force of my father I took admission in Computer engineering. Now I am student of B.Sc. in Computer System Engineering at NFC-IET Multan. I took admission in 2006 but as I am weak at studies, I am clearing supplies of my papers till now and it may take next year too.

I am week at RATTA. But I am good at any work which includes practical work such as hardware, any technical, mechanical work, and automobile. I also took admission in CCNA networking course but I failed to continue this field as there are lots of commands which I can’t remember. Also I am very weak in programming. And not interested in teaching.

Also I want to go abroad for job and want to settle there for rest of my life. So please help me and tell me which diploma or course should I do and from where, that I can make my good and strong career with better salary? And in which foreign country you recommend for that job?

I came to know that there is a course at Sina, Islamabad that provide course in Fiber optics. Is this helpful for me? Please inform me a course or diploma that are required for job nowadays and include pure practical work.

Please help me.

Education Level: Bachelors

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CCP Pakistan Advisors Replies

Farhan Khan

In view of your intentions to build up a progressive career I suggest you to go ahead with some technical course like one you mention in Optical fiber as in foreign countries unless you do not have any technical skill with hands on experience it’s very hard to get job.

Best of Luck

Noor A S Qureshi

Complete BSc and try to get help of colleague sin studies, you can go ahead with same studies in Computer hardware engineering. You should have practical skills to get a proper job in foreign countries. Let concentrate n those subjects where you have good interest and complete studies, meanwhile do part time job in hardware area. Once you have completed degree; try to get market skills in that filed.

You can enhance studies further later.

Faisal Ayub

As you already mentioned in your email that you are good in hardware and technical/mechanical works. I guess this is the area you have to focus and would provide you reasonable living.

Coming out of country requires good degrees and hands on experience. If you dont have these you end up having a substandard job in which you get stuck. Neither have you had enough earning nor peace of mind so only come out of country if you have exhausted all other options.

Regards

Safeer Abbas

So you think you are poor…you are not interested in your current field…you want to go abroad and settle there…

Well! BS in Culinary Sciences/ Hotel management/Hospitality or diploma in Culinary Arts/Chef is better for you according to the information you shared. COTHEM is one of the recommended institute in Pakistan for this field.

Think over it…

Good Luck!

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