latest posts
  • 15-year India-origin boy is the UK’s youngest Accountant

    An India-origin boy aged 15 years has been acclaimed as the youngest Accountant in the UK.  Ranveer Singh Sandhu resides in south London and has set up a successful Accountancy firm while still studying at school. Sandhu has fixed a goal to become a millionaire by the age of 25 years. He set up his… Read More »

    Apr 25, 2019
  • Role of immigration in the growth of Ottawa

    Immigration has always been a crucial factor in the growth of Ottawa according to Robert Vineberg. He is the author of a study that examined immigration patterns of the city. Immigrants have been a part of the Ottawa story from the time they flocked to the city to build the Rideau Canal. At that time,… Read More »

    Apr 5, 2019
  • Should youth study overseas early in their academics?

    It has become more and more common for University students to study overseas in a foreign nation. Meanwhile, some parents are keen to send their children to study overseas early in their academics. For example, this could be during High school or Secondary school for diverse reasons. The reasons for this could be many. It… Read More »

    Apr 5, 2019
  • 6.7 lakh UAE Entry Permits offered in 2 years

    6, 79, 389 UAE Entry Permits have been offered by the Dubai’s General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in the last 2 years. This was for immigrant residents in GCC nations informed a GDRFA official. The break of the UAE Entry Permits for the last 2 years was offered by Colonel Omar Ali Al… Read More »

    Apr 1, 2019
  • India is the top 2nd nation for overseas students in Australia

    With more than 1 lakh enrolments and 25% increase, Indian students are the second largest group of overseas students in Australia for 2018. They also now account for 12.4% of the overall enrolments of overseas students. Second Largest Group Nationality (Enrolments) 2017 2018 Yr-On-Yr Growth China 2,30,681 2,55,896 10.90% India 86,966 1,08,292 24.50% Nepal 35,212… Read More »

    Apr 1, 2019
Follow Us

We want to hear from you!