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a3venom   
Member since: Aug 10
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 28-08-10 11:14:03

Hi guys,
I'm Pranay from Haryana, India.
I'm currently 17 and in class 12.
Me and one of my close friends wanna go to Canada after 12th.
We've both scored 90% in class 10th and are working for a good result in class 12 too.
Both are really fluent in English , like real good.
I'm from the Non Medical stream and he's from the commerce stream.
I wanna pursue a career in the computer field and he wants it preferably in the accounts stream.
We're both ready for hard work.
i <3 Canada!

I wanna ask a few questions.
1. Cost of living.
Is it possible to become self - sustained and pay for our basic needs , accommodation and tuition fee too ( if possible ) - by working ?

2. Employment.
I plan to study hard in my field ( computers ) and i'm real good in computers too, like I've got my hand in programming languages and all. Is it easy to get employed if i do well at an interview after graduating?

3. Diploma courses.
One of my friend came from New Zealand this week and told me bout these diploma courses. He did a one year diploma in Accountancy and now he's got a job that pays him $40,000 per annum. Are similar programs available in Canada?

4. ^^ If they're available can they be converted in to Degrees by further education?

5. Music.
Me and my friend are rappers, we make music in Punjabi and English, basically Hip-Hop . We do this as a hobby and get lotta support from our community.
Can we manage time for this too, if we're studying in Canada ?
- You can check our level @ http://www.thesweetflava.co.cc


I'd also like to tell you that we ain't got no pressure of sending money to our parents back in India. Our parents are successful businessmen and are self-dependent.
It's just we want a better place to pursue our careers and our lives.

Thanks for taking out your time to read this :)
Please contribute if you can.



Vandematram   
Member since: Nov 08
Posts: 1448
Location: Sunny - Leone

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 30-08-10 17:53:53

Kyun Kanata ?.

We saw a segment on BBC - India Business Report talking about the opening up of the english pop/rap market in India. They talked about various companies like Times Music conducting auditions for signing the next breakthrough rap star. Many from UK, Kanata and Europe are heading towards Hindustan while you guys want to do the Reverse.

Population: Kanata 35 Million; Hindustan: 1300 Million.

You Decide where the market is for your product.

Read this further:

http://www.thestar.com/business/article/854152--india-s-economy-expands-at-fastest-pace-since-2007

India’s economy expands at fastest pace since 2007
Published On Mon Aug 30 2010


BLOOMBERG NEW DELHI—India’s economy probably grew at the fastest pace in 2 1/2 years, adding pressure on the central bank to raise interest rates even as the global recovery falters.

Gross domestic product rose 8.8 percent in the three months ended June 30 from a year earlier, according to the median of 27 forecasts in a Bloomberg News survey. The statistics office is scheduled to release the data tomorrow at 11 a.m. in New Delhi.

Exports account for less than a fifth of India’s GDP, and rising wages and consumer spending are sheltering Asia’s third- biggest economy from slowing growth in the U.S., China and Japan. The Reserve Bank of India said last week its priority is to reduce inflation, even after the most aggressive round of monetary policy tightening in the region.

“India’s problem is inflation,” said Samiran Chakraborty, a Mumbai-based economist at Standard Chartered Plc. “The fragility of the recoveries in most developed economies is worrying the global markets but such fears seem to be less pronounced in India due to strong domestic growth.”

India’s $1.3 trillion economy may expand 8.5 percent in the year ending March 31, the most in three years, the central bank estimated on July 27. The benchmark wholesale-price inflation rate has hovered around or above 10 percent since January.

Global Slowdown

By contrast, some of the world’s biggest economies are decelerating, adding to signs that the global recovery may be losing its momentum. Last quarter, economic growth in the U.S. slowed to a 1.6 percent annual rate, China’s expansion eased to 10.3 percent while Japan’s economy grew at less than a fifth of the pace economists estimated.

India’s merchandise exports increased 13.2 percent in July, the slowest pace in six months.

“India is relatively more domestic-demand driven, but still, this is worth noting as it could be a drag on overall growth if the ongoing weakness in global, U.S. and Chinese growth continues,” said Devika Mehndiratta, a Singapore-based economist at Credit Suisse Group AG.

Indian 10-year government bond yields climbed last week to as much as 8.07 percent, near the highest level in four months, on concern central bank Governor Duvvuri Subbarao may raise rates for the fifth time since mid-March to slow demand and cool prices. The central bank is scheduled to release its next monetary policy statement on Sept. 16.

Subbarao has increased rates the most number of times among Asian central banks this year. The Reserve Bank’s reverse repurchase rate is 4.5 percent and the repurchase rate is 5.75 percent. Malaysia is second with three rate increases.

‘Less Comfort’

Inflation pressures are “coming up sharply” in India while the global economy has moved to a state of “less comfort” and balancing the two risks while setting rates is the challenge, central bank Deputy Governor Subir Gokarn said Aug. 25.

The Bombay Stock Exchange’s Sensitive Index has more than doubled to 17,998.41 since February 2009 as investors bet India’s economy will expand. The rupee has gained 4.2 percent to 46.89 against the dollar in the past year.

Companies including TVS Motor Co., India’s third-biggest motorcycle maker, are increasing their capacities on optimism sufficient monsoon rains in the June-September season will boost farm production and spur consumer demand. Last year’s rains were the least since 1972.

About three-fifths of India’s 1.2 billion people live in the countryside and depend on agriculture for their livelihood.

‘Bumper’ Harvest

This year’s rains will help yield “bumper” harvests, Farm Minister Sharad Pawar said last month.

“We expect the monsoon rains to have a very positive effect in terms of stronger purchasing power,” Venu Srinivasan, chairman and managing director of TVS Motor, said in an interview in New Delhi on Aug. 23. TVS Motor plans to spend about 2 billion rupees ($42.6 million) to add capacity in the year ending March 31.

Salaries in India may grow an average 10.6 percent in 2010, the fastest pace in the Asia-Pacific, after increasing 6.6 percent in the previous year, according to the Lincolnshire, Illinois-based human resources adviser, Hewitt Associates Inc.

Indians’ increasing wealth is causing shortages in the automobile industry, with Volkswagen AG and Hyundai Motor Co. introducing waiting lists for the first time in more than a decade amid a lack of engine castings and batteries after local component suppliers failed to anticipate a surge of more than 30 percent in car sales in the country this year.

Consumer Demand

Industrial output, which accounts for about a quarter of India’s economy, jumped 11.6 percent in the three months through June compared with 3.9 percent in the same period the previous year.

“While we are proud of our economic growth, as indeed we should be, controlling price-rise remains our top priority,” Sonia Gandhi, leader of the ruling Congress party, told her lawmakers on Aug. 19, underscoring the challenge facing the South Asian nation.

Inflation dominated the first two weeks of Parliament’s monsoon session that started on July 26, with opposition parties criticizing Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s government for failing to check prices.

“Controlling inflation is the biggest test for policy makers,” said Jay Shankar, chief economist at Religare Capital Markets Ltd. in Mumbai. He expects rates to be raised by as much as a percentage point by March 31.


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Sunny Leone a true Canadian DESI now back in India !.


Desi # 1   
Member since: Dec 03
Posts: 1420
Location: Mississauga

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 30-08-10 19:46:02

Quote:
Originally posted by a3venom

Hi guys,

1. Cost of living.
Is it possible to become self - sustained and pay for our basic needs , accommodation and tuition fee too ( if possible ) - by working ?

NOPE......just to remind you that tution fee is very high for non-resident here. You will not be allowed to work during the studies

2. Employment.
I plan to study hard in my field ( computers ) and i'm real good in computers too, like I've got my hand in programming languages and all. Is it easy to get employed if i do well at an interview after graduating?

It is all your luck (and not your education) that determines the chances in Canada. There are numerous people in IT field looking for jobs.

3. Diploma courses.
One of my friend came from New Zealand this week and told me bout these diploma courses. He did a one year diploma in Accountancy and now he's got a job that pays him $40,000 per annum. Are similar programs available in Canada?

NOPE....How are you sure that your friend is telling a truth?

4. ^^ If they're available can they be converted in to Degrees by further education?

Selling education is one of big industry in Canada.

5. Music.
Me and my friend are rappers, we make music in Punjabi and English, basically Hip-Hop . We do this as a hobby and get lotta support from our community.

Can we manage time for this too, if we're studying in Canada ?

YES why not...you will have all the time for this.

I'd also like to tell you that we ain't got no pressure of sending money to our parents back in India. Our parents are successful businessmen and are self-dependent.

First you earn money then only you can think of sending to them. You need to borrow lot of money from them for your dream....good luck




web2000   
Member since: May 06
Posts: 849
Location:

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 31-08-10 10:42:10

Quote:
Originally posted by a3venom

Hi guys,
I'm Pranay from Haryana, India.
I'm currently 17 and in class 12.
Me and one of my close friends wanna go to Canada after 12th.
We've both scored 90% in class 10th and are working for a good result in class 12 too.
Both are really fluent in English , like real good.
I'm from the Non Medical stream and he's from the commerce stream.
I wanna pursue a career in the computer field and he wants it preferably in the accounts stream.
We're both ready for hard work.
i <3 Canada!

I wanna ask a few questions.
1. Cost of living.
Is it possible to become self - sustained and pay for our basic needs , accommodation and tuition fee too ( if possible ) - by working ?

2. Employment.
I plan to study hard in my field ( computers ) and i'm real good in computers too, like I've got my hand in programming languages and all. Is it easy to get employed if i do well at an interview after graduating?

3. Diploma courses.
One of my friend came from New Zealand this week and told me bout these diploma courses. He did a one year diploma in Accountancy and now he's got a job that pays him $40,000 per annum. Are similar programs available in Canada?

4. ^^ If they're available can they be converted in to Degrees by further education?

5. Music.
Me and my friend are rappers, we make music in Punjabi and English, basically Hip-Hop . We do this as a hobby and get lotta support from our community.
Can we manage time for this too, if we're studying in Canada ?
- You can check our level @ http://www.thesweetflava.co.cc


I'd also like to tell you that we ain't got no pressure of sending money to our parents back in India. Our parents are successful businessmen and are self-dependent.
It's just we want a better place to pursue our careers and our lives.

Thanks for taking out your time to read this :)
Please contribute if you can.



Scope if IT is very less in Canada and its demand is decreasing due to outsourcing.
You r lucky that u have one more skill i.e. music. If u concentrate more on music then ur chances of becoming a millionaire are much more. Becoming a computer programmer will put u nowhere.







a3venom   
Member since: Aug 10
Posts: 37
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 31-08-10 12:33:49

Thanks to all for your reply :)
Really appreciate that.

Which sections in the Canadian economy are offering better employment right now?
I read somewhere that the IT industry is growing at a rapid pace and there is a shortage of skilled Canadians.

Also, i wish to study @ an Ontario college -
http://www.ontariocolleges.ca/indexhome.html

Are they any good?



Desi # 1   
Member since: Dec 03
Posts: 1420
Location: Mississauga

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 31-08-10 12:42:00

Quote:
Originally posted by a3venom

Thanks to all for your reply :)
Really appreciate that.

Which sections in the Canadian economy are offering better employment right now?
I read somewhere that the IT industry is growing at a rapid pace and there is a shortage of skilled Canadians.



If coming to Canada would have been so easy, there are lot of people sitting in India with tons of money. They would have come here after doing 12th.

By the time you decide to do a particular course and finish it, it is likely that the demand will be zero in that field until then.

We have 8% unemployment rate here. People are out of jobs for a very extended period of time....very difficult to say which section is in demand



a3venom   
Member since: Aug 10
Posts: 37
Location:

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 31-08-10 12:51:37

There's no way to be sure if i'm choosing the right career option or not?



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