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Career Advise - Not sure what area of SAP to learn

Hi iam Jamuna,

I had finished B.E mechanical engg 2003-2007 batch. but I cleared my arrears in 2013, due to my health issue. so I have never gone for any job. I was not interested in going to mechanical dept. I have some questions, so please guide me ...............

1. I want to go to IT field. so in SAP which product I should choose and in which dept can i go

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2014 at 12:20 PM

    Hi Jamuna

    I recommend you re-read your post and see if you think you have provided sufficient information for anyone to provide you meaningful advise.

    Please have a read of my blog and provide a bit more context (more so, the questions at the bottom of it)...The interview you did not realise you were having

    Regards

    Colleen

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2014 at 01:17 PM

    Hi Jamuna,

    If you are not interested to go to Mechanical Department, then why did you select Mechanical Engineering to study in the first place? Is it compulsion? or fate?

    My question to you is: What has inspired you to learn SAP? If you cannot find a meaningful answer to this question, then I would not suggest you to go for SAP.

    SAP Modules are not something we go to market and purchase like commodities. You should correlate them with your education, experience and interest. Nobody should be able to suggest you. You need to do home work to pick up the right modules.

    Hope this helps.

    Kind Regards,

    Ravi

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2014 at 01:04 PM

    Hi Jamuna,

    Since you are from mechanical dept., you may find difficulties in IT field during intial stages.

    SAP is a vast field and has many modules. you have to count in your interest to learn SAP ERP.

    However if you have a coding interest and experience then, SAP ABAP is more suitable.

    If not there are many functional hot skills modules like FICO,MM,SD, PP, PI etc

    I suggest you to go navigate this community network or read blogs and posts to get some basic ideas about SAP ERP.

    cheers,

    chandu

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