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How Good Is Software Engineering Study In India?

Looking at how difficult it is, to get a very good place to really learn how to develop softwares using various tools.

This made me do some research and was able to locate an organisation in INDIA that i believe would be able

to efficiently teach the most relevant programming languages and tools (C,C++,JAVA,C#,SQL Server, ORACLE ) in one programme.

I want us to reason together about how good this could be especially when the cost of he program is (70,000Rupees) about

#210,000 aside, of course, accomodation and feeding.

[size=8pt][size=8pt]God Bless NIGERIA.[/size][/size]

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@Poster

programming is like riding a bike, u fall, u get up ,

it takes patience and commitment, most importantly perseverance, as Kobojunkie has rightly said, becoming a good programmer will not be attained by flying over to india, niether will it be attained by sitting in naija

Programmers are self taught and thats something people find difficulty understanding, i currently code in python,c# and java, and i have dropped languages like vb6,basic,pascal,asm,

my personal advice is : u dont need to leave naija to learn to be a very good programmer and forget all those certified java blah blah that indians talk about, a lot of certification can be earned with dumps and no prior knowledge of the programming language so dont be moved by that

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I am new in the house, pls i need ur help, i am planing on going to india for process control & instrumentation courses, but don't really know the best training institute for that. I have googled it, but keep seeing so many. im actually confused. Any helping nigerian with knowlegde of indian training institutes should pls assist me. & is it a wise idea, going to india for such courses?.

Thank you all,

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@ Afam4ever

You can checkout brainware at www.brainware-india.com. They have been training people since 1990.

That is where i am thinking of going to study software engineering myself.

Hopw this help you.

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First and Foremost no one is saying you have to go to india to become a good programmer so i don't know where some of y'all are getting your mumble-jumble from

@Kobojunkie

Go do your research!I ain't here to save the world besides i don't remember asking you to prove you have worked with them before i only implied that they are good at it why is that so hard for u to understand?

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I'll like to do a course in India, could someone suggest a school pls?

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Had similar experience myself. Imagine having to debug code that is all over the place. lol

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Majority of those idiots write very very bad code. I work with them daily and they are a real pain.

All they do is copy and paste code from the net . ask them to design or architect a system they will be looking like dunce

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Obviously, I was referring to MS in C. Sc. Since that's what we are talking about here.

What best selling programming books? Americans and East Europeans still write some of the best programming books out there.

And I am not referring to the basic Learn C, Java or VB type books.

Afam has said the true words. You can choose to listen or go to India firsthand and find out for yourself.

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It beats my imagination silly so see people churn out claims after claims on things they cannot prove and on things they do not understand well.

Quite a number of Indians are into programming but this does not translate into mastery of programming.

Codes written by most programmers from India are poorly documented, even some banking applications (written by them) have avoidable flaws and bugs. Cheap labor is a huge factor in seeing India as a major outsourcing destination, another factor being the fact that English is not a strange language when it comes to communication.

As regards the benefits of going to India to study programming or not I weep for people who believe that going to India to study programming will turn them into good programmers.

For you to be a good programmer you do not need to travel to India or to any country outside Nigeria for that matter.

Knowledge is there for all to acquire, you can pick up a [fat] book as some call it, read it, understand it, practice what you have read and become a good programmer. Of course, for those that don't learn well on their own you can settle for a good training school to guide you but ultimately the main effort that will turn you into a good programmer will come from you and not the school.

If you cannot train your mind to think in a logical manner sorry you cannot be a good programmer. Programming is all about logic and application of any chosen and relevant language to solve real life problems.

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Prove it.

We don't all know this. I mean I have worked with indians; a lot of them, and I have yet to see what you seem to see. Many come here to get their masters and work. So how do we arrive at them being the best? I mean if you said something like them being among the cheapest, sure, but best? You would have to prove that.

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Dont know d name.All i know is he is in india studying Linux, CCNA and su other courses

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@sKY WALKER

What is the name of the institution your friend is studying in?

Thanks for your response

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Here in the UK,Indias are the highest number of students in my Masters class.But thy are good.They are just here to get the certificate i think cuz when it comes to programming,Most of them are hot.

I have a friend in India studying professional courses too there and he said they are okay.At least they give me full attention and they do a lot of praticals(which is wot we lack in Nigeria) and he has to brush up the theory

India is still good from my own point of view to study this things cuz you get a lot of practical experience

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Flooding USA for Masters' Degree in what ?

They might be overrated but they av their banking platform, training schools and best seller programming books to show for it .

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We all know Indians are the best when it comes to Programming, so it's not a bad idea to go to india in order to learn from the masters.

You go slap them? abeg tell me where i can l;earn it for that price.

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We all know Indians are the best when it comes to Programming, so it's not a bad idea to go to india in order to learn from the masters.

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By the statement in bold, then we can as well say the whole world is good at programming and databases, yes or no?

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@Kobojunkie

My brother apply common sense when i say indians are good at anything software you should be able to discern and decipher that i dont necessarily mean everyone of them.I have also did some internship for them and when it comes to programming and databases they are quite good at it whether you acknowledge it or not

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Relocating will not make you a good programmer. You can go to Silicone valley itself and still find programmers who are below average. Like most other areas, it is all about you and how far you are willing to go to learn what you need to. Whatever it is you feel you can do in india, you can achieve right there in Nigeria by applying all the same funds and effort. If you are not willing to sit with books to learn on your own, spend time practising, you are wasting time. And taking advanced courses (online and off) to grasp concepts you need to.

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hello fayimora, thanks for your reply, the thing is i don't think Nigeria has good industrial instrumentation & automation training institute compared to the ones in india. I don't have enough money for UK, US or Europe.

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KOBOJUNKIE what do you say about INdia training?

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I work with them. I know of Indian software, so again, I ask, are you joking or something?

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What do you mean by that muchacho? If you knew anything about Indians you would know their repertoire when it comes to anything software

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Indians are maestro's when it comes to softwares and all but traveling all the way there to spend 3 to 6 months is a rather expensive option the question is can you afford it?

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why go to INDIA when you can learn it in 9ja less than N50,000

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