Hi, welcome to Linux Questions,
Sir my aim is to build my career in Linux and I want to become a Linux system administrator..How could i get this tittle..?
In the real world of computing it is survival of the fittest, NOT a quest for certificates
; if you want to build a career in Linux you must be able to put a linux box under your control
from beginning to end, you have skills ready for any of the basic networking tasks, maintenance and applications: these skills command respect; certificates are papers that cannot solve problems. It is better to spend 24/7 playing around a linux box, hacking scripts, reading good unix/linux materials and mastering TCP/IP and shell scripts (all these can be done at home at no expense), rather than getting enrolled to some voodoo circles in order to obtain a piece of a**wipe known as cert-ific-ate. I have seen holders of RHCE fumbling for a newbie's help about grub! What?
Whereas, we can hear some venerable geeks offering for free his respectable solutions over most difficult computing problems: solutions not guaranteed by an a**wipe certificate but by the obvious brilliancy and experience behind his opinion.
Hope this helps.
By the way here are some fitting certificates (not solutions):
MCA -Microsoft Click-only Administrator
MCA -Master Catechumen Alphabetarian
RHCE -Red Head Caught in the Evening