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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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Son of late Gokul Meena, a constable of the Rajasthan Police, Bajrang did his postgraduation from Neem Ka Thana Government College in Sikar.
So once I complete my matriculation, I will also go for intermediate, graduation and postgraduation," he said while talking about his plans for studies.
I'd come here to pursue my postgraduation in event management, but then I decided to audition for television serials as I had done some acting back home in Kolkata," says More, who has acted in plays and anchored shows for Taza TV in Kolkata.
For postgraduation, people used to go to places like Allahabad.
Using new data from three states, we show that field of study is closely related to postgraduation earnings from master's degrees.
He did his graduation from a college in Mandi town and postgraduation from Panjab University in Chandigarh.
My biggest headache is my husband's posting, I can neither pursue a job nor any postgraduation.
One of the NITs mentioned that this is a timid and slow process and that its activity is being carried out by specific research groups and postgraduation programs, besides the participation of companies in institutional events.
We must invest in accountability measures to help us know whether we are on the right track in terms of student learning and postgraduation outcomes.
Professor at Postgraduation Program in Applied Linguistics and at the Language and Linguistics Graduation Course.
5 This data shows that despite excelling academically at the graduate level only less than 5% of all graduating females pursue their postgraduation.
This approach mirrors a broader realization that, to be successful postgraduation, students must not only master their field of study but also practice how to integrate expert knowledge with other disciplinary learning and skills, and the large amount of information relevant to a problem available at their fingertips.