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Int'l edn confce ends

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Al Amin and Bapan Saha, two officials of SA Associates, participate in three-day international education conference in Canada.

A three-day international education conference ended in Canada on Saturday. Al Amin and Bapan Saha, two officials of SA Associates, a renowned education and immigration consulting firm, attended the conference as Bangladesh representatives.
The conference began on April 26 in Toronto, says a press release. Besides Bangladesh, 602 organisations of 69 countries also participated in this important conference.
Apart from attending the conference, the SA Associates officials held meetings with the authorities of different universities about how more Bangladeshi students can be sent to the USA and Canada.

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