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CT Educational Society launches CT Global Education Services

Punjab Tribune Bureau | March 13, 2021 04:53 PM

Skill Development Courses will enable candidates to receive Permanent Residency faster- Manbir Singh

CT Global Education Services to provide IELTS+ Program

 Jalandhar: With the legacy of 24 years, CT Educational Society has been providing quality education to the students through its 2 mega campuses, 2 schools and one University. And now, it has introduced its new venture named CT Global Education Services that will help candidates especially youth to turn their dreams into realities.  The inauguration ceremony was done by Chief Guest Pargat Singh, MLA, Jalandhar Cantt in the presence of CT Group Chairman Charanjit S Channi, Co-Chairperson Parminder Kaur Channi, Managing Director Manbir Singh and MCJ Councilor Rohan Sehgal.
 

Various skills based programs and IELTS+ program has been introduced. Talking at length, Managing Director of CTGES Manbir Singh, who is a graduate from Middlesex University, London, UK shared that now is the golden time for the students who want to avail the Canadian Study Visa. “Canadian Immigration is looking for skilled workers to fulfill the requirement of the industries.  As per the latest Express Entry Draw held for Canadian Experience Class with the overall score of 75, total of 27,332 students gets the invitation to apply for the PR. Canada Immigration is also looking to increase the invitations for Federal Skilled Worker, Federal Skill Treat and Canada Express program” he said.

 

Further throwing light over IELTS+ Program, he said that it is started to provide the Certified Skill Courses in the field of Management, Computers, Engineering, Health Care and many more along with the IELTS preparation. These certified courses will help the students to gain employability overseas and it will also add the valuable points in their PR process.”

About the venture’s objective, he concluded, “CTGES has started with a motto of student centric approach and that’s why we are providing the free counseling and low processing fee for the students. Students with overall 6.5 bands can apply for September-2021 or January-2022 Intake.”

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