What do you take the graduate courses for?

October 29, 2007 10:17pm CST
Hi! I didn't continue my education to get a Master Degree. Due to some reasons, I was not willing to take the entering exams of graduate. Now I don't have any enthusiam to do it. Because I know if I continued my education, my family would have a hard time. To be honest, taking the graduate courses is good to every university student if conditions permitting. They not only have a diploma but also study further.
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@ssh123 (31100)
• India
30 Oct 07
Education, courses, degree, research all embraces only a few. But one should try to complete a graduation for it helps learning manners, etiquettes, language, knowledge about subjects or world, meeting people in different walks of life. One cannot contribute to the education if one is not interested. In India there are 50% of the population who have studied till primary school still work in farm field, doing sundry job. Instead of going for masters or research, (when a person is not interested in studies), one should definitely acquire skills in the areas where one has interest. Because the jobs are given either to degree /post degree holders or skilful persons.