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One-stop solution for foreign-bound students

education Updated: Jun 15, 2011 09:39 IST

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Delhi-based Time Educational and Immigration Consultants (TEIC) announced the pan-India launch of its associate/franchise offices in 11 cities. TEIC has formed strategic alliances with a number of organisations like Thomas Cook, Anthem Academy, Matrix Cellular Services and EzeeHome to offer a one-stop solution for foreign-bound students. While Anthem Academy will provide training services, especially for IELTS test preparation, Thomas cook will offer forex services, Matrix Cellular Services will provide connectivity and EzeeHome will find the students accommodation, even before their departure. Tying up with a bank for providing loan is high on TEIC's agenda. Speaking at the launch function last week, Maninder Singh Nayyar, Director, TEIC, pointed out the changing interest of the students going abroad for studies. “Alongside traditional programmes like engineering and management studies, courses in sports management, set designing, actuarial science, brick laying and plastering and professional bar training are seeing student interest,” he said.

TU's TUFF 02 car to compete in 'Formula Student 2009'
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