The Best Degree

Discussion in 'Education, Teaching and related degrees' started by rasel3696, Nov 23, 2015.

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  1. rasel3696

    rasel3696 New Member

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    After completing SSC degree which education degree should you take ?
    What is your aim?
    What is your wish ?
    In our Asia I think Diploma will be best choice for you. This is technical education. Here you can learn by doing practical jobs.
    Practical knowledge is better than reading books. It will more effective for your gaining knowledge. But some students told that HSC is the best. But I can speak that Diploma is the best. You can do many jobs in different positions in job sector. But in our country Bangladesh they don't give proper respect to our diploma engineer. I think they should realize the actual matter. But the other countries the diploma holders get proper respect.
     
  2. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator

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    Speaking for myself, I don't know anything about the (higher) education system in Bangladesh so I don't really have a context for your post. Maybe you can explain these terms, SSC, HSC, diploma. What would be the equivalent in the American/British system?
     
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    SSC, Secondary School Certificate, HSS, Higher Secondary Certificate, the latter is comparable to a US High School Diploma. The Diploma rasel3696 thinks is the best choice is a diploma awarded in the vocational education track and is not a degree: it makes the holder eligible for university entrance examinations, but on the other hand, so does the Higher Secondary Certificate. Right or wrong, the academic track is a lot more prestigious.
     

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