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Hundreds of Indian students stranded due to closure of 3 colleges in Canada, advisory issued

Students in Problem: There is bad news for thousands of Indian students studying in Canada. There, due to the sudden closure of three colleges in Quebec, a serious situation has become in front of these students. In view of the problem, the Indian High Commission in Ottawa has issued an advisory for such students affected by the change in the status of educational institutions. Many such students are also trapped in this problem who are currently in India. Let us know what is the whole matter.

what is the whole matter

According to the report, M College in Montreal, CDE College in Sherbrooke and CCSQ College in Longueil suddenly sent notices to the students that the colleges are closing completely from this month. All three colleges were run by the same firm, Rising Phoenix International (RPI) Inc. Now this company has applied for bankruptcy. Let us tell you that a year before this application, Quebec had started investigation of many other private colleges including M College and CDE College. Many types of details were asked from them. Now the students studying in it are getting upset due to the sudden closure of the college.

High Commission issued advisory

The troubled students do not understand what to do now, what will be their way forward. Many of these students are such that they were forced to come without any warning with fees of thousands of dollars. Many such students living in India have also contacted the High Commission. In view of all these problems, the Indian High Commission has now become active and has issued advisory for the students trapped in this problem. They have been asked to contact the High Commission in case of any problem.

What else in advisory

In the advisory issued by the High Commission of India, a lot has been written alerting the students. Some of these important things.

  • If any student has difficulty in getting the fees back, they can file a complaint with the Ministry of Higher Education, Government of Quebec.
  • It said that the High Commission itself is also meeting with the federal government, the provincial government of Quebec as well as elected representatives of the Indian community of Canada to get the students’ money back.
  • The advisory said that the stranded students are free to approach the education wing of the High Commission in Ottawa or the Consulate General of India in Toronto.
  • In the advisory, it is forbidden to make any payment to any untrusted educational institute.
  • It has also been told that do not pay money to any person or company who ask for visa after getting the money.

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