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my daughter is class 12th vocational stream steno english in govt school chandigarh what she should do after passing 12th for making her career in professonal courses
It is good yo ask your daughters opinions.Ask her the field she is interested in. And ask her the topics which she is good ,talk to her about her future dreams and goals . So that you can fix one career. There will be many options available but it depends only on student whether they can achieve or not. If it is the career they are interested it will be easy to reach higher levels. Now a days anywhere,if you are good at something you will be at top.if you want to know career options. In internet there will be many options with more detailed information. There will be fields related to her courses in 12th. Hope this is useful . There will be stenographer. It is good to talk with their authorities sometimes because they give the best decisions with their experiences.
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