URGENT: HINDI teacher needed for Kogarah, Public School, Sydney

Hindi Association of NSWHURRY. Last Date: Friday, 3 November, 2017.

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Hindi Community Language (0.6 FTE) – Kogarah PS

Admin, Teachers, Executive, Principals, Preschool, K-6, 7-12, Ultimo

Expressions of Interest are invited from teachers interested in the position of Hindi Community Language Teacher, 0.6 FTE, Kogarah Public School, from 29 January 2018 to 21 December 2018. The position with be located at: Gladstone Street, Kogarah 2217.

Selection criteria:
  • Teaching qualifications and recent teaching experience in teaching Hindi K-6
  • Accreditation to teach Hindi Community Language
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work collegially to provide an integrated language program across the school

An Expression of Interest addressing the selection criteria, of no more than two pages in length should be submitted to Lea Kitchener, Principal, Kogarah Public School, at Lea.Kitchener@det.nsw.edu.au by 5:00 pm on Friday 3 November 2017.

Please contact Lea Kitchener on 9587 9472 or Lea.Kitchener@det.nsw.edu.aufor further information.

Please see attached for further information.

Attachments:

Dr Yadu Singh

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FIAN organised a rousing welcome reception for new Consul General of India in Sydney and visiting ministerial delegation from India

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Press release: Sydney, 4/4/16

Federation of Indian Associations of NSW (FIAN) hosts a rousing welcome reception for new Consul General of India and visiting ministerial delegation from Uttar Pradesh.

GOI authorities requested us to organize the welcome event for the visiting delegation and provided required assistance and resources.

Madison Function Centre in Dural, NSW was immersed in serious political colours with the presence of visiting ministerial delegation from Uttar Pradesh (UP) and new Consul General of India, Mr B. Vanlalvawna and his wife, Dr Rosy Vanlalvawna on Friday, 1st April, 2016. Delegation from UP included senior ministers, Mr Azam Khan, Mr Raghuraj Pratap Singh (Raja Bhaiya), Mr Om Prakash Singh, Prof Abhishek Mishra, Mrs Arun Kumari and 10 members of UP Parliament.

Dr Yadu Singh, President of Federation of Indian Associations of NSW, conducted the proceedings in his trade mark flair, spontaneity and endearing style, enlivening the audience.  After welcoming the dignitaries, he described the love which Indian community has for India. He described how India is deep inside our hearts. He outlined the fact that Uttar Pradesh is the heart of India, besides being the most populous state, sending 80 MPs to Indian Parliament.  UP Chief Minister, Mr Akhilesh Yadav’s visit to Banda city for the inauguration of a Medical College there in March 2015, for which Dr Singh accompanied the Chief Minister, and CM’s studies in Sydney University in late 1990s were mentioned to bring a context for Uttar Pradesh and Australia connections. There was ample praise for Australia too, and its successful multiculturalism, as well as unshakable love and loyalty of the community for Australia.

Consul General of India and his wife were welcomed formally and assured of full support from the community in whatever way it is necessary.  Mr B.Vanlalvawna assumed charge as Consul General of India in Sydney on 19 February 2016. He was educated at St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University. He joined the Indian Foreign Service in 1998 and served in Indian Missions/Post in Tokyo, Shanghai, Brussels and Cairo. His wife, Dr Rosy Vanlalvawna is a medical doctor and a writer.  She is a graduate from Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi. More details here. http://tinyurl.com/zx9rmb6

Head of the delegation, Mr Azam Khan, thanked the community for their love for India. He praised India for its democracy and egalitarian ethos, where even a common man can be a minister, chief minister or Prime Minister. He hoped that overseas Indians will remain connected with India and will continue to serve the country of their current residence as well as the country of their birth, not only now, but also in the future. During his speech, he used “Shayari” generously, enthralling people in the audience and making many as his fans.

David Clarke, Parliamentary Secretary to NSW Government outlined his praise for India and the commonalities between India and Australia, which extends not only to Cricket, but also to the fields of trade, security, transparency, rule of law, multiculturalism and democracy.

Cultural programme, conducted by noted poetess Rekha Rajvansi, comprised of performances from top artists from the community and included Jyoti Dixit, Khurana sisters (Cheryl and Michelle), Murali Venkatraman and Arun Nanda.
Visiting delegation praised and enjoyed sumptuous and delicious dinner, catered by popular and multiple award winning, Maya Da Dhaba, which is owned by Ajay Raj.

Capacity crowd of 200+, which included who is who of Sydney, key community representatives and Indian media, stayed right up to the end of the event, enjoying every minute of the evening, and called it one of the best events from the community. Ministers and MLAs too, as well as Consul General, mingled with people, enjoying the occasion and creating a lasting and positive impression on people with their simplicity and easy going nature.

Further contact:
Dr Yadu Singh
President, Federation of Indian Associations of NSW
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Remembrance Vigil for Prabha Arun Kumar planned for Monday, 7th March, 2016

Vigil for Prabha Final

Please join the remembrance vigil for Prabha Arun Kumar

7.00 PM, Monday, 7th March, 2016

Prabha’s Walk (Corner Argyle and Pitt Streets), Parramatta Park, Parramatta, NSW.

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Murderer (s) have not been found, arrested and charged yet, 1 year after she was so brutally murdered

https://yadusingh.wordpress.com/2015/03/09/sad-and-shocked-with-brutal-murder-of-ms-prabha-arun-kumar-in-westmead-nsw/

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/newslocal/parramatta/indian-community-demands-answers-over-unsolved-murder-of-prabha-arun-kumar/news-story/82025082076ca9406a67f8a4c59195ab

http://www.2ue.com.au/news/anger-grows-on-murdered-indian-woman-in-parramatta-20150310-1409p8.html

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/newslocal/parramatta/call-for-better-lighting-and-surveillance-cameras-after-murder-in-parramatta-park/news-story/b46493be9c5e194174a69bf0b5872ef0

http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/prabha-kumar-nsw-police-investigate-possibilty-murder-was-organised-in-india-20160216-gmvuup.html

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Dr Yadu Singh/Sydney/28th Feb, 2016

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