Chances of getting a PR

Old Oct 17th 2002, 12:40 am
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Nishant
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I have done a self assesment and have 73 points. Is it worth applying
for a PR, I mean no point applying when they may not even consider the
case if you haven't got the required 75 points.
Also does anyone have an idea on how many points are awarded for someone
who has graduated out of IIM (Indian Institute of Management)because
although considered and accepted as a Masters Degree in India, the IIM
institute term it as a 'Diploma'. Thanks.

Nishant.


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Old Oct 17th 2002, 3:41 am
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its still considered post graduate study... you can claim points for the 2 years for the mba...

Originally posted by Nishant:
I have done a self assesment and have 73 points. Is it worth applying
for a PR, I mean no point applying when they may not even consider the
case if you haven't got the required 75 points.
Also does anyone have an idea on how many points are awarded for someone
who has graduated out of IIM (Indian Institute of Management)because
although considered and accepted as a Masters Degree in India, the IIM
institute term it as a 'Diploma'. Thanks.

Nishant.


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Old Oct 17th 2002, 8:46 am
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"Nishant" wrote in message news:...
    > I have done a self assesment and have 73 points. Is it worth applying
    > for a PR, I mean no point applying when they may not even consider the
    > case if you haven't got the required 75 points.
    > Also does anyone have an idea on how many points are awarded for someone
    > who has graduated out of IIM (Indian Institute of Management)because
    > although considered and accepted as a Masters Degree in India, the IIM
    > institute term it as a 'Diploma'. Thanks.
    > Nishant.

How many degrees and diplomas do you hold and what is the total length
of your education, primary thru IIM. If you answer these question you
should get a response. It is not what is considered to be a Masters in
your country but the length of study and the type of course,
prerequiites, and the educational credental issued.

Jim metcalfe
 
Old Oct 17th 2002, 11:21 am
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If you have 73 points, then all you need to do to get 75 is just study basic french or work one more year (for work experience points).....to apply now would:

A. Be risky
B. Be frankly lazy considering how little effort is required to get the 75 from where you stand.
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Old Oct 17th 2002, 5:30 pm
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Thanks Jim,
12 years schooling - Grade 1-12
Engineering degree - 4 years full time
Post Graduate Management - 2 years Full time
In total - 18 years of full time study

Regards
Nishant

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    > "Nishant" wrote in message news:...
    > > I have done a self assesment and have 73 points. Is it worth applying
    > > for a PR, I mean no point applying when they may not even consider the
    > > case if you haven't got the required 75 points.
    > > Also does anyone have an idea on how many points are awarded for someone
    > > who has graduated out of IIM (Indian Institute of Management)because
    > > although considered and accepted as a Masters Degree in India, the IIM
    > > institute term it as a 'Diploma'. Thanks.
    > >
    > > Nishant.
    > How many degrees and diplomas do you hold and what is the total length
    > of your education, primary thru IIM. If you answer these question you
    > should get a response. It is not what is considered to be a Masters in
    > your country but the length of study and the type of course,
    > prerequiites, and the educational credental issued.
    > Jim metcalfe




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Old Oct 17th 2002, 5:33 pm
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Levu,
Have 15 years experience, claimed maximum in every possible area except
languauge (16 points) and unfortunately no relative/job offer in Canada,
else would have breezed through!.

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    > If you have 73 points, then all you need to do to get 75 is just study
    > basic french or work one more year (for work experience points).....to
    > apply now would:
    > A. Be risky
    > B. Be frankly lazy considering how little effort is required to get the
    > 75 from where you stand.
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Old Oct 18th 2002, 2:30 am
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"Nishant" wrote in message news:...
    > Thanks Jim,
    > 12 years schooling - Grade 1-12
    > Engineering degree - 4 years full time
    > Post Graduate Management - 2 years Full time
    > In total - 18 years of full time study
    > Regards
    > Nishant
    > "pkjmet" wrote in message
    > news:9057fa3.0210171246.-
    > [email protected]

    > > "Nishant" wrote in message news:...
    > > > I have done a self assesment and have 73 points. Is it worth applying
    > > > for a PR, I mean no point applying when they may not even consider the
    > > > case if you haven't got the required 75 points.
    > > > Also does anyone have an idea on how many points are awarded for someone
    > > > who has graduated out of IIM (Indian Institute of Management)because
    > > > although considered and accepted as a Masters Degree in India, the IIM
    > > > institute term it as a 'Diploma'. Thanks.
    > > >
    > > > Nishant.
    > >
    > > How many degrees and diplomas do you hold and what is the total length
    > > of your education, primary thru IIM. If you answer these question you
    > > should get a response. It is not what is considered to be a Masters in
    > > your country but the length of study and the type of course,
    > > prerequiites, and the educational credental issued.
    > >
    > > Jim metcalfe

I belive you could claim for a masters level degree/diploma in which
case you could claim a basic 72 points presuming fully proficiency in
English. If you are married and your spouse has a BA or more then you
will get points for her. If you are not married the choice is yours.
Good luck!

Jim Metcalfe
 

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