I am a B.COM graduate. I have studied all the theorotical
aspects of manual testing. How can i get in to testing
without practical exp. And even if i manage to get a job, i
want to know whether i will be able to do my job, being i
am new to software field.
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Answer / ksuresh_999
B.Com Graduation is enough to understand the testing
Architecutre and functionality and also you will be complete
PG also. it is useful to your career growth. if you are
fresher therotical knowledge is enough for interviews. If
you put experience in your "Resume", then you pickup
practical knowledge on domains. You said, i am fresher to
IT. Because if you have any testing friends, then try to
learn practical knoledge from them. IT IS ENOUGH FOR YOUR
All the Best.....
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Answer / guest
Thankyou very much suresh, for giving me confidence to
trying job in testing field.
Can u also please give me an idea what i should write in my
resume. Should if put any fake exp or try as a fresher. Do
u know any company which recruits freshers in Mumbai.
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