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01.12.2023 Taut Bataut

Canada’s education sector has become a focal point of debate due to the influx of international students. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government has introduced new measures to address concerns that the surge in foreign students is exacerbating issues such as housing shortages and labor market pressures. While these concerns are valid, it is essential to examine the situation from a comprehensive perspective. Immigration Minister Marc Miller unveiled a framework to elevate standards for services, support, and outcomes for international students in Canadian universities and colleges…

29.09.2023 Taut Bataut

In contemporary Pakistan, a massive segment of the youth aspire to embark on a journey towards the civil service by attempting the highly competitive Central Superior Services (CSS) examination. This surge in interest, however, seems to have taken an increasingly perplexing and irrational turn. In the year 2022, the pass rate for this formidable examination stood at a mere 1.85%. Out of a total of 20,262 candidates who courageously undertook the rigorous written examination, only a minuscule 393 managed to successfully secure a place in the viva voce stage. Amidst Pakistan’s myriad of pressing issues, the CSS conundrum often remains obscured in the shadows…

15.09.2023 Konstantin Asmolov

A 23-year-old elementary school teacher committed suicide at her workplace on July 18, 2023. The young woman had only recently completed her teacher certification exam, and her death elicited a powerful emotional response. In addition to words of condolence from children, the front of the school where the tragedy occurred was adorned with almost 300 funeral wreaths from coworkers, parents, and other schools. 30 more wreaths were laid in front of the capital’s education department. The late teacher’s bereaved family received condolences…