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2,000 Indian Students scammed as 3 Canadian colleges shut after bankruptcy

The Indian high commission in Ottawa has issued an advisory for Indian students who have been affected by the notice of closure of three institutions run by Rising Phoenix International Inc.

2,000 Indian Students scammed as 3 Canadian colleges shut after bankruptcy
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The Indian high commission in Ottawa has issued an advisory for Indian students who have been affected by the notice of closure of three institutions run by Rising Phoenix International Inc.

Thousands of Indian students, including 700 students (approx) students who were taking online classes, have been scammed as three colleges have been shut in Canada after declaring bankruptcy.

The affected Indian students approached the High Commission of India who were enrolled in the three institutions namely M College in Montreal, CED College in Sherbrooke, and CCSQ College in Longueuil who have been affected by the notice of closure of these institutions.

According to the High Commission of India, the Canadian authorities are providing a grace period to students already present in the three colleges, to seek a change of their institute of learning and seek admission in the alternative institution.

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