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Friday , July 18 , 2014

TOEFL comes to town

Anshul Jain, 25, an engineer wanting to pursue Masters of Science at a California-based university, had to go to Calcutta to take the test of English as a foreign language, popularly known as TOEFL. But for the likes of Anshul, the pain of travelling outside the state to take the test is now over. ...   | Read..

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Candidates take the TOEFL test at KIIT International School in Bhubaneswar. Picture by Sanjib Mukherjee
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