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Canadian education initiative at city school

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GUWAHATI, Nov 18 - Studying in world class institutes would not be a privilege for a chosen few any more, but would be possible for all aspiring students with academic brilliance. This was the opinion of all present at a meeting of the representatives of the High Commission of Canada and some prestigious Canadian universities on Tuesday at Maria�s Public School, Birkuchi here.

According to a press release received today, Ivy Lerner-Frank, First Secretary, Education and Sanjeev Verma, First Officer, Immigration of the High Commission of Canada, addressed a gathering of students and spoke at length about the facilities and study conditions in Canada.

The representatives of the universities informed about the available avenues in the Canadian universities through one-to-one interactions with the students.

The visit of the Canadian officials was organised by the Indo-Canadian Business Chamber through the 2nd Edu-Canada Undergraduate Education Outreach to East and Northeast India programme and hosted by the founder and managing trustee of Maria�s Public School, Nellie Ahmed Tanweer.

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Canadian education initiative at city school

GUWAHATI, Nov 18 - Studying in world class institutes would not be a privilege for a chosen few any more, but would be possible for all aspiring students with academic brilliance. This was the opinion of all present at a meeting of the representatives of the High Commission of Canada and some prestigious Canadian universities on Tuesday at Maria�s Public School, Birkuchi here.

According to a press release received today, Ivy Lerner-Frank, First Secretary, Education and Sanjeev Verma, First Officer, Immigration of the High Commission of Canada, addressed a gathering of students and spoke at length about the facilities and study conditions in Canada.

The representatives of the universities informed about the available avenues in the Canadian universities through one-to-one interactions with the students.

The visit of the Canadian officials was organised by the Indo-Canadian Business Chamber through the 2nd Edu-Canada Undergraduate Education Outreach to East and Northeast India programme and hosted by the founder and managing trustee of Maria�s Public School, Nellie Ahmed Tanweer.

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