Indian SAP experts--Pls advice

Does anyone knows any companies in india will give training in a life cycle implementation of a SAP module. I knoww geneovate and siemens are offering the SAP courses in india however they wont giver an exspoure to live project experience. I am planning to take a cetification from singapore in SAP SD module. Here all are asking for alteast one life cycle experience to grab a SAP job so i may need to go india and do live project. Understand that some companys will give training if we pay 2lac or whatsoever.

 SAP indian Experts,

Pls advice  
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No legitimate trainer, whether Siemens or SAP, will promise a lifecycle exposure.

For this you need to apprentice on a running project.

However you can attend the training courses if you are sponsored by a company, without any SAP Experience.
nyee84Author Commented:
Hi narsiram,

Sorry for not responding sooner as i was busy with some projects. I am working as .net programmer and would like to switch carrer into SAP however i dont want to pursue my carrer ABAP or any SAP technical field. Would prefer to go for functional areas. As you know netweaver and BW are on demand here in singapore. i am totally confused whether i need go for tradional modules like SD,FICO,HR or netweaver,bw. Pls advice.

I am 23 years old now and having good bachelor degree in computing from UK and have done my tertiary education in both singapore and UK.
Netweaver cannot be considered a "functional area".  You are right in that it is in demand, and you would benefit from specialising in it.
The functional areas demand some degree of expertise in business processes and the decision will have to be predicated on your experience in these functional areas.  I presume you do not have this.  Under the circumstance it would be better IMO to specialise in the technical stream.  Depends on what motivates you!

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nyee84Author Commented:
Is there any authorized training center in india will offer certification courses in netweaver??

Any suggestion on this issue would be greatly appreciated.
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