AAERI Celebrates 20 years in Melbourne

AAERI Celebrates 20 years in Melbourne

The Association of Australian Education Representatives in India (AAERI)  celebrated its 20th anniversary on 19th October, 2016 at a grand event in Melbourne. The Chief Guest on the occasion was Prof Tom Calma, Chancellor, University of Canberra , Ms. Manika Jain,  Consul General of India Melbourne, Ms Alice Maclean, Director, Student and Graduate Visas, Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP), Dr Amanda Day, Counsellor Education, Australian High Commission India.

AAERI is working with support from Australian education bodies including Austrade, and the Department for Education and Training, the 90-member strong association in India works to assure the credibility and integrity of Indian education agencies who recruit students to study in Australia.

Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham, Federal Minister of Education and Training sent a video message congratulating AAERI on its 20 years and mentioned that this association plays a very important role for international students in Australia. AAERI has always been working towards reinforcing Australia as a high quality destination and this association is strongly lobbying with various government bodies both in India and in Australia to ensure that Australia remains a high quality education destination.

The President of AAERI Mr Rahul Gandhi, General Secretary Mr Nishidhar Reddy Borra and executive members Mr Ravi Lochan Singh, Mr Nirmal Chawala and Mr Rupesh Duggal along with various other AAERI members  from India were present at the event among various other dignitaries from Australian universities and institutes.

The Association of Australian Education Representatives in India (AAERI) was formed in October 1996 to assure the integrity and credibility of agents who are recruiting students on behalf of Australian education and training institutions. The establishment of AAERI was an initiative of Australian Education International (AEI) although AAERI is an independent organisation, registered under the Societies Registration Act of India.

About AAERI

The Association of Australian Education Representatives in India (AAERI) was formed in October 1996 to assure the integrity and credibility of agents who are recruiting students on behalf of Australian education and training institutions. The establishment of AAERI was an initiative of Australian Education International (AEI) although AAERI is an independent organisation, registered under the Societies Registration Act of India.

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