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Yupi, got my BCS Certificate in IT

hurray! Good news, good news, cheers !

I got the letter from England. To my great delight, I passed the remaining 2 modules required for me to obtain my Certificate in IT. Quote from BCS website:

This level is the academic equivalent to Year 1 of a UK university honours degree and is recognised by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) as Level 4.

The Certificate in IT focuses on the following core modules:

* Information Systems

* Software Development

* Computer & Network Technology

BCS recommends a minimum of 200 hours study per module and the course culminates in a 2 hour written exam focusing on all three core modules.

Completion of the Certificate in IT level means you are eligible to apply for BCS Associate Membership (AMBCS).

To my great surprise, in the Software Development module, I got 86%! This is incredibly great. 😀 am very happy

Another great news to be happy is that today is the proclamation of HSC results.  Congrats to the HSC 2008 laureates. It is very nice to see a laureate from the prestigious college Droopnath Ramphul SSS. And concerning MGI, there are after-laureates, as usual. The new era of HSC pass results comes from our sister college RTI with a 95% pass rate. That’s a good effort RTI. Long live MGI/RTI!!!

Congrats to all those who have brillantly passed their exams! cheers! keep up the good effort, remember: Hard work is fruitful.

2 responses

  1. Ashutosh

    Congrats man 😉 cheers

    8 February, 2009 at 10:13 am

    • Merci. Bon Courage to you also for the BCS Graduate Diploma. Just nail it hard 😀

      8 February, 2009 at 10:21 am

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