Network, Learn, and Thrive: Study NSW, Indian Consulate, and AISECS Join Forces to Empower International Students

Participants will learn about support services offered by NSW Police and Surf Life Saving and understand the importance of Health Insurance and its role in emergency care.

The Australian-Indian Sports Educational & Cultural Society (AISECS) is organising an event for international students in NSW in collaboration with the Consulate General of India in Sydney and Study NSW on 21st March 2024.

According to AISECS, the primary objectives of this event are to empower students by providing valuable insights into securing employment opportunities, networking with government representatives and fellow students, understanding workplace rights and responsibilities, exploring support services offered by the NSW police and Surf Live Saving, recognizing the importance of Health Insurance and its role in emergency care.

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Consul General of India in Sydney Dr S. Janakiraman, University of Wollongong Vice Chancellor, Prof. Patricia M. Davidson and University of New South Wales Deputy VC Global, Prof. Colin B. Grant will be speaking at the event.

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Other notable speakers include Commander, Superintendent Martin Fileman from NSW Police, Mike Anderson from Surf Life Saving, Study NSW Director Toshi Kawaguchi and well-known former ICC Umpire Simon Taufel.

Indian-Australian Gurnam Singh is the Founder of AISECS. He told The Australia Today,

I came to Australia as a student myself and know the challenges international students face everyday. Hence AISECS took this initiative so students could gain access to information that was not easily available

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