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সুদূৰ অষ্ট্ৰেলিয়াত অকমান অসম

আমি, এই সংগঠনৰ সদস্য সকলে একেলগ হৈ অসমকে ধৰি ভাৰতৰ উত্তৰ পূৰ্বাঞ্চলৰ অমূল্য কলা-সাংস্কৃতিক সম্পদৰাজি বৃহত্তৰ অষ্ট্ৰেলিয়াৰ সন্মুখত ডাঙি ধৰিব বিচাৰো যাতে অসম আৰু ভাৰতৰ উত্তৰ পূৰ্বাঞ্চলৰ পৰা আহি অষ্ট্ৰেলিয়াক নিজৰ ঘৰ বুলি আদৰি লোৱা লোকসকল অষ্ট্ৰেলিয়াৰ বহুজাতিক আৰু বহুভাষিক সমাজখনৰ অবিচ্চেদ্য অঙ্গ হৈ পৰিব পাৰে ।

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Assam in Australia
We the members of this association have got together to share the rich cultural heritage of Assam and North Eastern Region of India with greater Australian community so that people from Assam and North Eastern region of India become an inclusive part of Australia’s multicultural, multilingual society.

About us

VISION

Our vision is to share the rich cultural heritage of Assam and North Eastern Region of India with greater Australian community so that people from Assam and North Eastern region of India become an inclusive part of Australia’s multicultural, multilingual society.

MISSION

To advance rich cultural heritage of Assam and North Eastern Region of India and become active member of the broader Australian society.

The Assam Association of Australia NSW is a community organisation for the people of Assamese and North East Indian origin as well as people with an interest in the naturally and culturally rich states of North-eastern India. We aim to do this by:

  1. Helping the younger generation preserve and protect and advance our cultural heritage;
  2. Helping promote our culture to the broader Australian community by organising our events such as Bihu and participating in other events of North East Indian Region;
  3. Helping us, the Assamese and North-East Indian Diaspora, help ourselves;
  4. Helping new migrants and temporary residents from Assam and North East Indian region to network and build friendships to make their process of settling-in much easier
  5. Providing new migrants and students of Assam and North-East Indian Region with information on their entitlements relevant to their temporary and/or permanent status by Holding information session if required
  6. Expand the services that will help settling in process smoother for newly arrived migrants and students of Assam and North-East Indian Region;
  7. Create awareness amongst Assamese and North East Indians about Australian Multiculturalism and respect diversity
  8. Helping serve Assam and North-East Indian Region in their efforts for economic and social advancement.

We value the knowledge, experience and passion of our members and assist in developing the Assam Association of Australia to grow stronger so that we can provide services to the people from Assam and North East Indian Region relevant to their needs

Events

Date: 22nd April 2017

Venue – Pennant Hills community centre

Address

Time

Bohag Bihu

Bohag Bihu

Executive Committee

President

President

Nayeem Islam

Nayeem is from Kharghuli, Guwahati. He migrated to Australia in 1988.

Nayeem is an Architect/ Town Planner and currently works as the Manager Land Use Planning at Manly Council. Nayeem lives in Allambie Heights, in the Northern Beaches of Sydney, with his wife Ayesha and his lovely children Zahra & Imran.

Nayeem Islam has the responsibility of leading the Association as the President

Secretary

Secretary

Jeetu Das

Jeetu originally is from Guwahati and migrated to Australia in 2001.

He works for Ventia Boral Amey Joint Venture and lives in North Parramatta with his wife Angshulekha and his lovely kids Divi and Jana.

Jitu is the Secretary of the Association.

Treasurer

Treasurer

Gunajit Kakati

Gunajit is from Abhayapuri. Work got him to Sydney and after contemplating for a couple of years they decided to call Australia home.

Gunajit lives in Hornsby, North shore of Sydney with his wife Lipika and his two lovely daughters Arhi and Reona.

Gunajit is the Association’s money man – the treasurer.

Executive member – Cultural

Executive member – Cultural

Pranab J Saikia

Pranab is from Panjabari,Guwahati. Work got Pranab to Australia in 2006 and then he decided to call Australia home.

He works for Telstra the Australian Telecom giant. Pranab lives in Carlingford with his wife Gitanjali and  his two lovely children, Neev and Nyra.

Pranab heads the Cultural sub-committee for the Association.

Executive member – Publications, Communications & Media

Executive member – Publications, Communications & Media

Kamalesh Goswami

Kamalesh is from Guwahati, work got him here to Australia and after contemplating for a few years they decided to call Australia home.

Kamalesh runs a Healthcare Digital marketing business here in Sydney. He lives in Asquith, North Shore of Sydney with his wife Sumi and two children Akshin and Kashika.

Kamalesh heads the Public, Communications & Media sub-committee for the Association.

Executive Member – Logistics

Executive Member – Logistics

Imtiaz Rahman

Imtiaz is from Zoo road Guwahati . He came to Australia in 2000 to pursue his studies here and decided to call Australia home.

Imtiaz has been running a very successful business for the past 13 years. He lives in Bass Hill, South West of Sydney, with wife Simi and two lovely daughters Irina and Tiana.

Imtiaz heads the Logistics sub-committee for 2016.

Executive member – ACT Coordinator

Executive member – ACT Coordinator

Sangeeta Saikia Gupta

Sangeeta is from Guwahati and has moved to Australia in 2013.
She works for the ACT public service. Sangeeta lives in Canberra with her husband Sameer and two lovely daughters Pragnya and Prajna

Sangeeta is the ACT (Australian Capital Territory) coordinator for the Association.

Executive member

Executive member

Anshumita Barua

Anshumita is from Latasil Guwahati. They moved to Australia in the year 2013 and has been living in Sydney since Mid 2014.

Anushmita works at The Cancer Hospital. She lives with her usband Anup and her lovely son Aditya.

Executive member

Executive member

Swapna Majumdar Chanda

Swapna is from Hajo, Assam, after completing her Masters in Mathematics she worked as a Maths teacher in Assam.

Marriage got Swapna to move to Australia, in 2006 she married Amal Chanda. They live in Blacktown west of Sydney.

Executive member

Executive member

Susmita Barooah

Sushmita is from Guwahati and they moved to Australia in 2000.

She works for the Academy 4Kids based in North Parramatta as a Education Advisor. Sushmita lives in Dundas west of Sydney with her Husband Moni Shankar Barooah and their two lovely boys Anshul and Anay.

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