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Old 09-05-2009, 08:35 AM   #1
zigmos
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RHCE certification


can anybody please answer me the following questions:
1)what are pro and cons of RHCE over MCSE/CISCO/SCJP?
2)what is the fee of RHCE in india?
3)does validity of RHCE expires after certain period,if yes then when?
4)i m persuing btech 3rd year , ll it worth me?
5)is it necesscary to take its traning somewhere, i wish to get self prepared .can i?

thanx in anticipation.

 
Old 09-05-2009, 08:56 AM   #2
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RHCE is Operating system dependant study(means you're working within RedHat Linux) unlike CCNP(Not operating system specific)

Tuition fees varies, this is what IPSR(Kerala) charges for RHCE : Rs.14500(tuition)+ 3300(exam fee, i think).

What btech are you doing(It depends, really)?
 
  


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