Advisory issued for students coming to Canada

The high commission said it has been in close contact with the federal government of Canada, the Quebec provincial government, and members of the Indian Canadian community to provide assistance to the students.

Advisory issued for students coming to Canada
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Indian students visiting Canada should check the credentials and reputation of the institution, according to the Indian high commission here before making any payments. “Please demand certificate of recognition by Canadian/ provincial government from the institutions and verify that the institution selected is included in the list of designated learning institutions published on the Government of Canada website,” it said.

It comes after the abrupt cloture of three institutions, M College in Montreal, CED College in Sherbrooke, and CCSQ College in Longueil, all owned by Rising Phoenix International Inc., leaving 2,000 Indian students stranded. The high commission has been inundated with student demands for assistance.