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I am 25 year old & i want join part time diploma in ahmedabad, i have get 52% in 10th & 53% in 12th, i have also passed B.com with second class. so which is the best course for me & also mention callege name.

thanking you & regd....
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  • Parents also tend to force their children to opt for certain courses. This is one bad attitude that would actually push the students into low morale. On the other hand, parents from metro cities tend to be more lenient. They trust that their children can decide on their own.
  • So never coerce the students, nor be extremely lenient. Selection of course should be done after proper consultation between the parents and the students.
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