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I'm studying MS in a university, and have been asked to provide my "designation", as shown below:

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What do I need to add in the "designation" field?

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    When you looked designation up in the dictionary, what did it say? After reading that definition, what still confuses you? If you edit to add this information to the question, I'd be happy to reopen it :) – WendiKidd Sep 24 '13 at 18:24
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    It needs more context;please care to add. – Mistu4u Sep 24 '13 at 18:58
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    I think a designation is whatever the official title of the degree is, like MLIS (Master of Library and Information Science), though it could also be something general like MS or M.Sc. (Master of Science). I don't really hear the term designation much in this context, though, so it's possible I'm misunderstanding. – snailcar Sep 24 '13 at 20:04
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    It could be asking whether you are a graduate or undergraduate student. It's hard to say. Have you tried submitting the form with that field blank? Maybe you will get a helpful error message. If all else fails, just enter whatever you think is best. If you're wrong, you'll at least indicate to them that their form could be more clear. – Tyler James Young Sep 24 '13 at 22:22
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    Just after adding the form filed, it looks like the question is making more sense now. According to me, it would be your latest degree you completed. – Mistu4u Sep 25 '13 at 2:21
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You can write designation as "Student"

In college we can see different level of persons like Teachers, Head of the Department, Principal, Peons and Students etc…If others have designation like Teacher, Head of the Department etc…Then Students Designation is “Student”.

  • Sorry, but as it currently stands, it looks just like a comment, without further elaboration, this answer is most likely going to be deleted anyway. – Mistu4u Sep 30 '13 at 12:43

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