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Hi all,
   This is Not regarding questions.!!! Sorry for that.

   We are a freelancers started preparing objective questions in various Java related subjects
         
           Java Swing
           EJB
           JSP
           Java
           RDBMS


Each Subject is split into Three levels Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. Each level has 250 Questions, so totally 750 Objective questions are there for a subject.

    We are giving this in a CD and there are other more tutorials that with give us a Basic Idea about technologies.

     If any one interested in Getting the CD u can mail us at atmastco@yahoo.com

Sorry for the inconvinence created
regards
VasanS
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I commented in your open questions, please update and finalize them.
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