Transition through a student life & reflection for future

It needs the courage to leave your comfort zone.

It is amazing that how the days had gone, it is almost going to be a year and experienced a huge life-changing transition. There was a lot of uncertainty and anxiety in the beginning days of my Canada life, in all the aspects such as culture, climate, language, cuisines, academics and making friends with different part of the world. Cooperation and mutual support are inevitable when we live in a country like multicultural population. Especially, I have been an international student get involved for a different academic need with the variety of cultural background people.

I do need to be more confident and flexible to adapt or ease my transition to the next level. Certainly, my friends and professors are really a great support for me and I found, for a successful transition, we really need a good support and healthy relationships with one another. Studies are showing, an intercultural cooperation and individual highest transitional satisfaction through a multicultural cooperation. The study was conducted in a Hong Kong multicultural society and results revealed a strong organizational bond and healthy relationship between the people. Similarly, I got friends from different part of the world and established a good international relation with them.

subsequently, the subjective nature of the transitional barriers was found in my initial days in Canada. When I came here everything seemed different from my hometown and after a few months, I began to accept and adapt to the changing environment. I hope almost everyone may felt the same way I have done, though the circumstances were different. However, after a while, everything seemed more friendly and favorable for a good life ahead. So far, this transition gave me a new role and responsibility and I am looking forward to a successful career in this host country.

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Academic Learning and Transition

The way of curriculum style and approach has a lot of difference in India and Canada. India has an exam based approach which mainly focused on rote learning and memorization of the suggested topics which has been included in the system of education according to specialization. Continue reading

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The Challenge Of A Different Language

Understanding Different Languages

Communication is a deeply ingrained pattern of ideas. It plays an enormous part in maintaining relationships and in exchanging thoughts and emotions with one another. Evidently, initiation of communication and understanding language other than, mother tongue is a difficult part unless we have enough experience. Clearly, our experience molds our communication patterns and extends the relationships. Continue reading

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Transformation & Acculturation

It is really a fascinating process to evolve one culture to other, Often acculturation process can be challenging. However, it is a unique adaptation for each individual both socially and psychologically. Introduction to a new culture was an overwhelming emotion, perhaps there will be a lot of changes in every aspect. Continue reading

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Overcoming challenges, Reality preparations for a climate transition

 

An incredible morning snap of Gods own country

One of my initial days in Canada was an exciting experience, especially in terms of the sudden changes in the climate and environmental diversity. However, some of my friends assisted me with general information’s such as seasonal changes and climate variation, evolving educational system and basic adaptation strategies. Continue reading

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Why Cultural Transition

Expectations and dreams are the most important factors in my life they motivate, strengthen and gives the courage to overcome each hurdle in my journey. When I was at 9th grade, one of my family members moved to Canada, later whenever they visited us, they used to share many stories about this fruitful land, I set my goals to reach here. It has been a long-time vision and expectation but my dream come true in 2017. Continue reading

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