Yes. Making a name in an unconventional career needs more-than-average intelligence and fortitude.
No. A student should take up an unconventional career only if he or she is passionate about the subject; this has no connection with a person’s level of intelligence.
Yes, because unconventional careers, such as jewellery designing, are often more lucrative.
Yes, because bright students can then draw a road map that will help others forge a path in that field.
Amrita Roy Choudhury
Yes. Why not? One should be passionate about the career one pursues, it really doesn’t make a difference whether it is conventional or unconventional. If one is focused, he or she is sure to succeed.
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