Answer by Sharmilli Priyadarsini:
In my opinion,Certification does not count much. If you want to be a good ASP.NET developer , Just start mastering the skills instead concentrating on the certification. ASP.NET is evolving at a faster rate, every release is pooled up with new features. Its not just ASP.NET webforms, its much more we need to build up the profeciency on. We have MVC, vNext (Kathana), OWIN, SignalR. Now that ASP.NET becomes an opensource, so many OS frameworks are supported and so to be on the track, we constantly need to learn things. At least for an extend that we should be able to understand the basics of it. And yes, we need to build quality stuff, using the best practices while we develop stuff. After you have a minimum experience of 6 months to 1 year, take the certification in the area you are comfortable on. All the best!