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Hello Folks!

I have been a regular visitor here and finally registered today to get some questions answered. Appreciate everone for your active participation in helping each other in every step.

OK, so I am planning for apply for ACS assessment for category - Developer Programmer. I am a Database Developer/Programmer (SQL Server) with 7 1/2 years of overall experience. But my education is not from IT background, though few subjects in my course are IT related.

I started my career in 2006. I have a Diploma, BBA degree and then I completed my MBA as well, while I was working. More details below:

Diploma - Electronics & Communication Engg -- Completed in 2007 (No IT related course in this degree)
BBA, HR & IT - completed in 2010 (1st and 2nd year course has IT & Systems I and II in this course as per mark sheet)
MBA, HR & IT - completed in 2014, (course work includes IT Applications for Business, Relational Database Management (RDBMS), DSS (Decision Support Systems etc as per marks sheet)

I have read some other threads and posts on this forum and from what I understand, if someone has Non-IT Degree, they are asked to get RPL Done. In my case, though my education is not pure IT based, but I did have subjects which are IT related. So do I need to apply ACS directly or should I go through RPL? I would appreciate a lot if someone can explain in generic way what exactly RPL means, and correct me if my understanding is wrong.

Also, as per my situation, what could my points look like? Just for a rough idea...

Thanks a lot to this forum for all what it is doing.
 

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Thanks for your response Sandeep.

So what do you as per the break up I have given? I do have 7+ years exp and some ICT Content in my academics too. But the point I am worried about is that I completed my MBA in 2014, so I am confused if they will count exp from 2014 or will they consider all exp and exempt me from RPL?

Your suggestions would be highly appreciated.
 

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Thanks for your response Sandeep.

So what do you as per the break up I have given? I do have 7+ years exp and some ICT Content in my academics too. But the point I am worried about is that I completed my MBA in 2014, so I am confused if they will count exp from 2014 or will they consider all exp and exempt me from RPL?

Your suggestions would be highly appreciated.
Sorry I would be unable to answer, i am unsure what happens in your scenario, as your education and work ex were going on concurrently. Might be some of our senior members have an answer.
 
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