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postgraduation

(ˌpəʊstˌɡrædʒʊˈeɪʃən)
adj
(Education) education designating or occurring in the period after graduation
n
1. (Education) a postgraduate course or degree
2. (Education) the period of time following graduation
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'Schools and universities can also help students on their journey postgraduation by giving them a clear picture of what it's like to be part of the workforce.
After receiving his postgraduation degree in Accounting from Dhaka University, Benajir Ahmed started his career as a businessman.
The participants were asked for pursuing of postgraduation, their field of interest and the reason/s to choose the respective field.
Her husband, Dr Salman Tadvi, was quoted in the Indian newspaper The Hindu: "When she came to Nair Hospital for her postgraduation, she was asked to temporarily share a room with Dr Hema Ahuja and Dr Bhakti Mehere.
Postgraduation, everyone will start pursuing their own respective career paths or go on a vacation to recharge, so catching up with friends may become a challenge.
"Before the 2014 elections, Chandrababu Naidu had promised free education for students till postgraduation, promised allocation of special budget of 10,000 crores every year, and introducing BC sub-plan and providing them legal protection, increasing the reservation to 33 per cent and other such promises totalling to 119.
The educational status of the study subjects showed that 3.4% were illiterate, 9.6% had primary education, 32.9% had secondary education, 32.2% had higher secondary, 18.4% were graduates and 3.4% had done postgraduation in urban population.
No sooner that she joined her postgraduation, Dr Noura received yet another setback.
"We already have some 40 students doing postgraduation studies and research at our university, and we expect this number to grow to 100 soon including students and faculty from Sargodha University," said Prof Yan.
Instead of using a pay-for-enrollment model and a long list of rules and definitions, regulators could focus on making students' postgraduation outcomes transparent for all programs and on realigning federal aid to a pay-for-outcomes model.
The association leaders said many of them were also well educated and had graduation and postgraduation degrees, but they were denied proper jobs by the private and government departments.
In terms of priorities when choosing where to live and work postgraduation, career development and good transport links were chosen by 50 per cent of West Midlands' students when ranking their top five factors.