Canada changes rule for International students, read 

Punjab E News: The Marc Miller, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, announced plans to implement several measures aimed at strengthening Canada’s International Student Program and better protecting genuine students from fraud. These measures include the following:
Commencing December 1, 2023, post-secondary designated learning institutions (DLI) will be obligated to directly confirm each applicant’s letter of acceptance with IRCC. This new, enhanced verification process is designed to safeguard prospective students from letter-of-acceptance fraud and prevent similar issues experienced by some students earlier this year due to fraud investigations. It will also ensure that study permits are exclusively issued based on authentic letters of acceptance.
       By the fall semester of 2024, IRCC will embrace a “recognized institution” framework, providing benefits to post-secondary DLIs that uphold a higher standard of services, support, and outcomes for international students. These DLIs will, for example, enjoy priority processing of study permits for applicants intending to attend their institution.
      In the forthcoming months, IRCC will complete an assessment of the criteria for the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program and initiate reforms to better align it with the requirements of the Canadian labor market, as well as regional and Francophone immigration objectives.