It is good to go for CCNP itself. But, that is not required to get a job. Unless your project client insists that you must have a valid Cisco certification to work in their project you are not required to take certification again.
If you are already placed in some company, then your experience is even more valuable than CCNA certification.
I would suggest you to draw a clear career map in IT Infrastructure. Look forward to move to Server side or Cloud Support sector. Do an MCSE or RHCE course and take a leap ahead in career. There are excellent job opportunities and job growth in data center administration and clout support.
I would suggest you to do a course and certification called Certified IT and Cloud Architect offered by CMS IT Training Institute Thrissur. It is important that you think beyond CCNA to have a wider spectrum of skills in IT Infrastructure Management field.