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Get To Know About Canada!

Learn about provinces in Canada before you plan your education in any of these provinces. Canada calls its states as ‘provinces,’ and it has 13 provinces.  Alberta Alberta is in western Canada and it is famous for its beautiful mountains, forests, open spaces, sunshine, fresh air. In Alberta, you find people from different cultures and…

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English Proficiency Tests for Canada

For admissions in Colleges or Universities in Canada, qualifying English Proficiency Test is mandatory. Students from those countries where English is not their native language have to undergo these tests for academic or permanent residence in Canada. More importantly, you should know that there are several English Proficiency Tests accepted by Canadian institutions. Out of…

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Sep 05 Happy Teacher’s Day! Why is Teacher’s Day celebrated in India?

The world celebrates Teacher’s Day on October 5 every year; however, every country celebrates Teacher’s Day on different dates. India celebrates Teacher’s Day on September 5 as it’s a birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishna, a highly-respected teacher, philosopher, and the second President of India (1962 – 1967).  Teacher’s Day celebration On this special day, classes…

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Top 5 Useful Apps for Students

Word Hippo Word hippo is a useful app for students, especially in writing academic papers and other assignments. Using Word Hippo application, you can find similar words, opposite words, definitions, translations, sentence examples and rhymes. Cool! Isn’t it? This app is also popular for word game lovers as it helps finding words, starting with, ending…

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Indians in Canada

The below statistic shows the number of registered Indians from 2000 to 2018. There were 994,667 registered Indians in Canada.  Source: Statista 2020 Cost of living versus quality of life Cost of living in Canada is expensive compared to India. In India, almost everything costs less – house rents, groceries, vegetables, phone plans and so…