I went to primary school and then tertiary education.
My parents had a bit of a challenge getting me into primary school because of the lack of resources.
But they were supportive.
They did the best they could.
In the end I went on to study at an Indian university and got a degree.
And that’s when I started to think, “This is my career path.”
But the only reason I chose tertiary is because I want to work with other people and have a better chance of getting better.
In terms of the career paths in India, I believe that the best way to get into a good tertiary job is to learn as much as you can.
I went into tertiercare at the end of 2015 after graduating from the university, and I got a job with a health insurance company, but it was still in the early stages.
I had to start working in an office at a hospital, and after a few months I got promoted to associate professor.
I did all the work from the beginning, and it’s helped me understand the work more.
I’m now an associate professor, and that’s where I am today.
When I work with colleagues, I like to ask them to share their experience.
It makes me feel better.
I feel that I’m in the right place.
What are your tips for starting a tertiary career in India?
It depends on what you want to do and what you’re looking for.
If you’re interested in a different field, start with something new.
It’s great to be able to learn something new, but you also need to understand that you’re going to be there for the next 10 years.
As an associate, you should work hard and build your skills.
If your goals are more than just getting into a university, start doing research, or doing more research.
This is the best time to start a business, and this is also where you should do some online marketing.
If all you want is a job, you can do it.
As a senior associate, if you’re passionate about something, you may start a company, and start doing some business.
If the business you start is going to grow, then you should also start your own business.
As long as you’re focused on the work you want and not on money, then the whole thing should be great.
What’s the best thing about being a tertier?
I am extremely proud of what I have done in my tertiary.
But I’m also a bit nervous about what is ahead.
I think that I’ve built a really strong foundation for the future.
If I want my children to know what I went through, then I have to go into the future and take care of them.
But right now I feel like I’m learning from all the mentors that I have.
What is your best advice for people considering starting a career in tertiarycare?
The best thing is to think about it from the start.
The best advice I can give is to stay humble.
That means be honest.
Don’t try to impress anybody.
But also, don’t forget that you can still have a career.
If there’s something that you want, and if you don’t have the time or you have a good salary, then go for it.
But make sure that you work with the right people.
Be respectful of them, because they’re there for you.