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Priya 12 Mar in  SAP MM Training, SAP PLM Training, SAP PM Training, More... SAP Training Product Life cycle management products(SAP Training) SAP FICO(SAP Training) SAP ERP(SAP Training) SAP HANA(SAP Training) Supplier relationship management products(SAP Training) Data Management products(SAP Training) SAP HR(SAP Training) SAP TRM Training Career Counselling Career counselling for studies abroad Career Growth & Advancement Training Tivoli Career Opportunities Training Hadoop Testing Classes Hadoop Classes Big Data Testing Training Big Data Training

Hello all,I have completed B.com, MBA fin & M and 5 yr working experience in SAP PLM1 - Engineering documentation management 2 - Documentation management Please suggest me which type of training I should take for getting more knowledge, clear all concept in details, also help for getting job and cracking interview questions for SAP consultant.1) Real...  more»

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Priya replied | 21 Mar

Hello all,
Thanks for your response.
If I do SAP Fico than what about my working experience. is It lost. It will never count.
If I choose real time trainer. He will never teach practice training, he only take theoretical training.
Which one is important practice knowledge or theoretical for crack the interview.

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Elastic replied | 27 Mar

Hi Priya,
As A finance holder persons u can go for SAP Fico but by the way u got experience in PLM so need to go for SAP PP it will suite for you. For more details send your mail id.

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Priya 02 Mar in  SAP MM Training, SAP ERP Training, Career Counselling, More... Career counselling for studies abroad Career Growth & Advancement Training Tivoli Career Opportunities Training

Hello everyone,Can any one share their SAP MM certification experience? what is advantage of SAP certification? After certification did got job immediately? What about package / salary for domain work experience? Before / after job company ask for certification for out of India opportunities? How's exam is it possible clear in 1st attempt ?please share...  more»

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Raj Kumar replied | 10 Mar

Not necessary done certification course first you should take personal training SAP MM.

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Priya replied | 22 Mar

If I take personal training trainer will never give training of practical he only teach theoretical how I practice without trainer myself.

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Tejeswar 28 Feb in  Career Growth & Advancement Training, Career Counselling

Hi Team, Academic Qualification completed in the year 2012. Joined Infosys BPO in May 2013 and worked till Dec 2014. Then joined CGI as on Mar 2016 till date, Want to work into development but I have an experience of about 32 months into IT Support as systems engineer and technical support. Please help as which course I can take up, to get into IT industry.  more»

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Bhavin replied | 10 Mar

Tejeswar,
IT is a vast industry. As Kishan, said it majorly depends on the stream of IT you target or choose to make your career in. However there is one course that would be very useful is ITIL foundation as suggested by many folks here. It will open gates to many other streams. For more information, feel free to contact me directly.

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Shailendra replied | 19 Mar

I suggest you to check first your personality, ability and interest area than decide which profession to choose.

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Priya 24 Feb in  SAP Training, SAP MM Training, SAP FICO Training, More... SAP PLM Training Career Counselling Career counselling for studies abroad Career Growth & Advancement Training Product Life cycle management products(SAP Training)

Hello Everyone,I have 5 yr worked experience as End user in SAP PLM I had inquiry about SAP course but should not necessary / mandatory to do SAP certification course for job.So what should i do next this situation ? Please suggest me any solution for how I get SAP Consultant job without SAP certification in reputed MNC company ? I would really...  more»

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Raj Kumar replied | 09 Mar

Hi no certification required in any freshers sap job you go to take training with experience trainer.

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Raj Kumar replied | 09 Mar

You should take certification course SAP plm.

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StarTech replied | 13 Mar

Yes, you will need to get certified to work with the specific module.

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Raj Kumar replied | 13 Mar

Not necessary. You should do SAP MM for a personal training you don't take admission any institute because institute give false information and take more money in admission.

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Mpowerhunt replied | 15 Mar

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Ngcc replied | 19 Mar

There is no hard and fast criteria that SAP requires engineering background. On high level SAP is business software designed to integrate all business areas.
SAP can be divided into two parts Technical and Functional.
Technical part comprises of following modules :
1. ABAP (coding)
2. BI (ETL tool - Reporting)
3. Basis (Maintenance/installing of systems ) and
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There is no hard and fast criteria that SAP requires engineering background. On high level SAP is business software designed to integrate all business areas.
SAP can be divided into two parts Technical and Functional.
Technical part comprises of following modules :
1. ABAP (coding)
2. BI (ETL tool - Reporting)
3. Basis (Maintenance/installing of systems ) and
4. Security (Authorizations).
Functional part consists of various different modules, major ones are listed below:
1. Sales.
2. Finance
3. Material Management
4. Quality Management
5. Banking
6. Planning
Generally companies recruit engineers for technical modules, as they have good problem solving and analytical skills.
And they recruit industry knowledge people/ MBAs/CAs for Functional parts as they understand the business and flow
better. Nonetheless you can build you skills in anything which suits your interests.
And finally, if you have expertise in both technical and functional skills you can be recruited at Business
consultant/Analyst, as you will be able to provide high level end-to-end solutions to client. «less

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Centre replied | 23 Feb

Nope.

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Sabitri replied | 25 Feb

Not required, engineering. As it's a functional part.

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Aparana 25 Jan in  Career Counselling

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Vinod replied | 12 Feb

What's your Goal to take degree or want to do something?

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Donna replied | 14 Feb

Yes, you can do M. Com with B.Ed but be careful that the subjects are useful in school and colleges.

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Aparana 25 Jan in  Career Counselling

I have done B.Com. Now I want to do B.Ed. Can you please guide me more on this.

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Donna replied | 14 Feb

Dear Aparna,
Doing B.ED is a good option but be careful, you have done http://www.B.com therefore you have to choose your subject according to the school syllabus.

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Sairam replied | 23 Feb

Congrats you want to enter in to teaching profession. http://www.B.com is somewhat not good because you are not related to arts and science either.
you can choose social and language subjects and do masters after your B.ed then you can land in a good job.

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Priya 22 Jan in  Career Growth & Advancement Training, Career Counselling

Hello Everyone,I have completed http://www.B.com, MBA (F &M).I have 5 yr worked experience in SAP PLM.1 - Engineering Documentation Management.2 - Document management.I had inquiries many SAP institute in pune but SAP PLM module not available in their institute and also very few opening in pune.Please suggest me which SAP global certification course...  more»
Hello Everyone,
I have completed http://www.B.com, MBA (F &M).
I have 5 yr worked experience in SAP PLM.
1 - Engineering Documentation Management.
2 - Document management.
I had inquiries many SAP institute in pune but SAP PLM module not available in their institute and also very few opening in pune.
Please suggest me which SAP global certification course (module) for suitable/scope for my career and education, experience with good institute in pune.

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Donna replied | 14 Feb

Dear Priya,
There are various courses related with sap, but you have to decide whether you want gov recognized or international recognized, also look at the cost of the training session and pick up the right course. Sometimes the course is good but not affordable.

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Sudarshan replied | 20 Feb

Hi Priya,
I would suggest you to consider doing SAP (FICO) module. There are online options available too. Do connect with me for further guidance. All the best.

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Rishabh 15 Jan in  Career Counselling

How can I pursue my career in mountaineering?

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Rahul replied | 17 Jan

Are you a trekker? Have you completed any courses like the basic mountaineering in Manali or Uttarkashi?
If you can answer these questions or pursue the courses then you can think further. All the best.

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John replied | 13 Feb

Get into a trekking club. You will get more relevant and practical answers there.

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Rishabh 15 Jan in  Career Counselling

Hi Sir,
How can I pursue my career in mountaineering? I am a wanderlust person who loves mountain from his soul and want to earn my living through mountaineering either as a free lancer or a full time mountaineering guide.

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Bimal replied | 17 Jan

There are a few mountaineering institutes engaged in a variety of support activities. You can plan to work in Training domain but first you must get certification and afterwards you can train youths about this profession. Develop your own you tube videos and note down your experience. You can make your own Facebook page with all relevant information. There is good demand about...  more»
There are a few mountaineering institutes engaged in a variety of support activities. You can plan to work in Training domain but first you must get certification and afterwards you can train youths about this profession. Develop your own you tube videos and note down your experience. You can make your own Facebook page with all relevant information. There is good demand about this subject but the general awareness level is quite low. So start engaging with various domains of this work (Skill development & Knowledge management ) . «less

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Syam replied | 21 Jan

Hi Rishabh,
You can learn mountaineering. Mountaineering has a great scope in India and abroad. Even you can start your own label in that too.

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Neeraj replied | 29 Jan

I would suggest you to begin with ITIL 2011 Foundation certification first. Could you please share your education background and domain you worked mostly upon? What is your current Designation?

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Mohamed replied | 09 Feb

contact us: we can help you in finding the job for your profile, skype: zsoftech()outlook()com

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Bimal replied | 17 Jan

It depends on your priority and the responsibilities which you are carrying at this stage of life. Your finance condition should meet this basic necessity of life at this stage. Everyone passes through this phase of disillusionment about the job and related aspects of life. So do not be in hurry, just wait for some more time and then take decision. Sequentially one passes through...  more»
It depends on your priority and the responsibilities which you are carrying at this stage of life. Your finance condition should meet this basic necessity of life at this stage. Everyone passes through this phase of disillusionment about the job and related aspects of life. So do not be in hurry, just wait for some more time and then take decision. Sequentially one passes through a number of phases. During first phase of job life when we work to meet the responsibilities ( self and dependents) which centers around basic necessity of life and means to secured the status. During second phase one consolidates and strengthens the position as one acquired. During third phase, one starts getting attracted towards real motivational issues of life based upon certain ideology or based upon some inspiration. This is purely your personal state of affair but there may not be any guarantee that even after joining the NGO, you will be in a better position to get this level of motivation and inspiration.

NGO is also a platform and will have its own functional limitations and constraints, which your previous organization was carrying. Just by changing platform and again doing a job will not make big difference but surely you will get satisfaction of being associated with some social objective and social priority driven attitude of a NGO organization.

Try to understand what exactly you do not like in the existing Job. You do not like the boss, you do not like your role and responsibility or you do not like the basic objective and working environment of that organization. Many of these conditions may create even in a NGO except that it is driven with social objective.

Freedom to work and deliver is also an important attribute, which remains same in either cases but if you plan to start something of your own, then that will be the best choice / option at this stage.

A small advice and request you to always remember that goodness and noble thoughts of your mind, may not be visible, may not be appreciated and even may not get expressed properly even in a very reputed organization because for that what you need is to have your own fund and your own organizations as that only ensures total freedom to you in bringing out the fire inside you with all honesty and nobleness.

Considering this, I suggest you to act as per your priority and responsibilities at this stage and then make a change and work in a good NGO and learn issues and finally start your own experiment. Remember the book " An experiment with truth" by MKG. Best wishes. «less

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Syam replied | 21 Jan

Dear Anurag Sir,
I can understand you wish to setup your life the way you want. It is possible. You may take up for voluntary retirement from you job and find the next best option as per year mind says.
The major point here is what you can start/ do for fulfilling you life extra ordinary. This requires me to know your education, financial stability, your native/ domicile,...  more»
Dear Anurag Sir,
I can understand you wish to setup your life the way you want. It is possible. You may take up for voluntary retirement from you job and find the next best option as per year mind says.
The major point here is what you can start/ do for fulfilling you life extra ordinary. This requires me to know your education, financial stability, your native/ domicile, your area of interest, your kind of personality etc.
I can guide you properly if you are interest be patient and wise in your life transitions. «less

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Language Learning Institute replied | 14 Jan

I would say that every job will give you an experience. The important part is do you continue your study with the job.

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Syam replied | 21 Jan

Hi friend,
I can suggest you to do spend more time for the preparing exams. Most of the banks are looking for the candidates who scores more marks in the banks exams rather than job experiences. Especially for probationary officers / clerical recruitment. Banks are looking for experienced candidates only for senior level roles like Manager IT, Manger( Loans), Deputy General...  more»
Hi friend,
I can suggest you to do spend more time for the preparing exams. Most of the banks are looking for the candidates who scores more marks in the banks exams rather than job experiences. Especially for probationary officers / clerical recruitment. Banks are looking for experienced candidates only for senior level roles like Manager IT, Manger( Loans), Deputy General Manager etc. I can also say you that banks values only banking operation experience.
hence you do not waste your time in some call centres of banks ( most of them are third party ventures) by anticipating a quality experience in banking. you can read books related to banking for gaining knowledge. which can eventually help you to score marks in exams and interview.
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Faisal 18/12/2016 in  SAP CRM Training, SAP Business Planning and Consolidation Training, SAP HR Training, Career Counselling

Hello Hope your doing well. I'm a fresher with BCA as my Education Background 2016, currently working as a Technical Engineer. I have a zeal to learn and grow, and I believe SAP will be a platform for the right career decision. I'm interested in more of Non-IT Certification courses which would add add-on's to my profile. I'm excellent in handling Client,...  more»

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Prakash replied | 06 Jan

I thing you should done MBA in IT as you have already done BCA and you can better judge and manage you capablities in IT persons.

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Pragneshkumar replied | 12 Jan

There are many you can start with; the most important answer for your question is; which one do you fancy for?
Choose the one which helps you to get your goal, your career job and the pay-cheque.

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Rohit replied | 14/12/2016

Cloud Computing for sure. The entire software industry is shifting to cloud. Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, IBM, Amazon are all moving their software to cloud. Even S.Is like TCS, Wipro, HCL, Cognizant are hiring people with cloud skills.

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Awesh replied | 22/12/2016

SW development depends on what language are you working on if you choose some obsolete language or out dated language then you will not be able to go too far. Cloud computing has a lot of scope you can go for it.

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Techno Flair Lab Pvt Ltd replied | 09/12/2016

Go for Business Analytics.
- HR analytics enable organizations to use their wealth of employee data to make better decisions about their workforces and improve operational performance. From attracting top talent, to accurately forecasting future staffing needs or improving employee satisfaction, HR analytics tools empower organizations to align HR metrics with strategic business...  more»
Go for Business Analytics.
- HR analytics enable organizations to use their wealth of employee data to make better decisions about their workforces and improve operational performance. From attracting top talent, to accurately forecasting future staffing needs or improving employee satisfaction, HR analytics tools empower organizations to align HR metrics with strategic business goals.
Tableau, Qlik or Cognos can help to switch. «less

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Rohit replied | 14/12/2016

Cloud computing i.e., Office 365, ERP, CRM like Oracle, Salesforce, Microsoft. Mobility application development is also in great demand.

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Avijit 07/11/2016 in  Career Growth & Advancement Training, Career Counselling

How can I shift from sales/marketing to technical? I am BE(Mech) & MBA(Mrktng&Systems) having 7+ years exp in sales and marketing in heavy engineering sector based at Kolkata. I want to change to something technical like analytics/data science/big data/SAP etc. I am ready to relocate to other cities. Would my past experience be an add-on? What other options do I have?  more»

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Dr Dattaram replied | 29/11/2016

Go for SAP training. Lot of scope is there.

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Continnum replied | 06/12/2016

Use SWOT technique in identifying strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in any thing, even while changing career opportunity. Next- do a psychometric analysis before taking the leap. That will include your Taste, Habits, Interest, Passion, Technical Ability, Responsibility, Risk Taking Ability, Fear Factor. Now Career wise - Data Analysis as we all see is & has tremendous...  more»
Use SWOT technique in identifying strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in any thing, even while changing career opportunity. Next- do a psychometric analysis before taking the leap. That will include your Taste, Habits, Interest, Passion, Technical Ability, Responsibility, Risk Taking Ability, Fear Factor. Now Career wise - Data Analysis as we all see is & has tremendous scope of growth, provided you learn to research the market, do the analysis bit by bit, master the skill & keep yourself updating. SAP - will help you to get either into Ops/ HR / marketing depending on the course you opt for. FYI- Be ready to invest in another few years before career shift. «less

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Pragya replied | 02 Jan

If you are not willing to do coding SAP consultant is best way to work in IT. It is booming career with very high package & less coding required in this profile. you can become functional SAP consultant.

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Excelvba-accesssql replied | 04 Jan

Sahil, Don't change career path. the fact the you have completed MCA, opens up a lot of avenues for you. Since you already know programming, you can easily make careers in Data analysis which requires VBA, Access SQL. I realize that your package is less, but did you notice your package is less because you have not 'elevated' your knowledge and skill to the point where you can 'Demand'...  more»
Sahil, Don't change career path. the fact the you have completed MCA, opens up a lot of avenues for you. Since you already know programming, you can easily make careers in Data analysis which requires VBA, Access SQL. I realize that your package is less, but did you notice your package is less because you have not 'elevated' your knowledge and skill to the point where you can 'Demand' a good package. That's it, this is the crux of the matter. Enhance your skill set (practical learning not the theoritical stuff you did in MCA). Almost everyone now days wants to make a career in Data Analysis field. So you are lucky that you don't have to worry about a stable career path. All you need is to give yourself exposure to practical learning. I would suggest get hands on experience in Excel, VBA, Access and SQL. These are always in demand and even though we have so many new things coming up, none can beat these. All the best. Cheers! «less

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SMART FUTURE POINT replied | 10/11/2016

If dont want to change your field ,so kindly go for gate exam or it field for quick placement

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Daksha replied | 13/11/2016

Having Technical Knowledge with Management Blend will definately make you ideal candidate to hire, MBA/PGDM with dual Specialisation in Finance and Operation

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Dr Mukul replied | 09/11/2016

Dear student,

Being an LLB student , you can choose MBA in International Business, as this is the only field where you can utilizeyour managerial skills as well as skills of a lawyer. Apart from MBA-IB, you can go form ,MBA-HR

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Kenilworth Global Consulting replied | 16/11/2016

Fresh graduates must focus on developing employability skills...depending on the Industry you are interested in pursuing your career, develop skill sets that you lack...it would be a good idea to do a career analysis assessment which will also help you identify you strengths and weakness and areas you need to develop.

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Dhristhi Education replied | 03/11/2016

If you really want to a MBA then pick finance as your field as it will help to open a lot of option in the corporate world.

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Saumya replied | 14/11/2016

Hi Harish, I think a legal educational background will be advantageous for you to pursue MBA ( HR) and shine especially in Industrial Law and labour relations.

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Rajendra P replied | 04/11/2016

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Avionics is highly specialised in itself
S/W packages are dedicated, based on its design capabilities.

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Seo-company-hyderabad.in replied | 05/11/2016

If you want to come to IT Side then go for standard technologies like Java, Dot net, Php, HTML . etc.

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Donna replied | 04/11/2016

Sir, bank exams have age criteria of 28 years...relaxation for quota is there. Some private banks hire experienced candidates.. with age no bar.upto 40 years.

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Kesavan replied | 13/11/2016

Looking for bank job is fine. It can take a huge time. please try to get a job in IT or Bpo for mean time and start your earning. I am a unique trainer for language and interview skills.

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