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Dental Students’ Motivations and Perceptions of Dental Professional Career in India

  
  
  
  
  
Journal of Dental Education, 11/28/2012

Aggarwal A et al. – The study conducted in four private dental institutions in India was designed to investigate dental students’ motivations in their choice of dentistry as a career and their perceptions regarding dentistry in India. Overall, the study found that financial and professional factors were the chief criteria for students’ pursuing dentistry in India; however, the strongest influence in the choice of dentistry was the students’ parents or family.



Dr. Deepak Gupta (12/08/2012) comments:

The study conducted in four private dental institutions in India was designed to investigate dental students’ motivations in their choice of dentistry as a career and their perceptions regarding dentistry in India. Overall, the study found that financial and professional factors were the chief criteria for students’ pursuing dentistry in India; however, the strongest influence in the choice of dentistry was the students’ parents or family.


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