Indian parents hold highest ambition for their kids, finds survey
Beijing, Oct 15 : A new survey suggests that Indian and Chinese mainland parents are pickiest about their child's education, with more than 70 percent of them expecting that their child will achieve a master's level or above.
According to a Julius Baer Group survey, 74 percent of Indian parents and 66 percent of mainland parents recorded a strong preference for their children going to foreign universities.
However, Hong Kong and Singapore parents said they would be satisfied with bachelor's degrees for their children. (ANI)