MEDICINE MOST SOUGHT AFTER CAREER FOR GIRLS IN TIER I CITIES

Female students in tier I cities prefer to take up medicine as a profession, while those in tier II mostly opt for banking, according to a survey. In a survey conducted by education portal careerguide.Com recently, response from 6,000 female ...

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