ISWA Student Wing brings you Microsoft Power BI training for beginners. Registration is must: https://bit.ly/313Urqk
Power BI is one the most sought after skillset in the industry today – particularly for IT and Data Analytics students / aspirants. In our effort to give our Indian origin students an edge over others, this program is being introduced. This is targeted at the students of Indian diaspora. This is completely free. Registration to ISWA Student Wing is the only pre-requisite, for us to be able to track the effectiveness of the program.
You will have to quote your ISWA Student ID number in the registration.
Indian Society of Western Australia celebrated Holi , The Festival of Colours on Sunday 28th March 2021 from 11 am to 5 pm at Langley Park, Perth. It was Smoke-free & alcohol-free family event to enjoy
More than 6000 people joined the festival of Colours with friends and family. There were varieties of food options ,Games & Free Prizes, Rides & Water Slides.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, ISWA’s Women’s Wing celebrated “Naari 2021” on Sunday, 7th March 2021 from 11 am to 5 pm. The event was held in Perth Convention Centre.
Naari 2021 – an all-inclusive approach to women’s welfare- including health, wellbeing, and career guidance and also about community, family and innovation to support those in our community making a real difference with multicultural integration. More 1800 people joined the event.
There was mesmerizing cultural performances showcasing multicultural dance and music; Food stalls, Scintillating Bollywood music and DJ with an open dance floor
There were more than 40 market stalls run by women entrepreneurs! We congratulate ISWA Women’s Wing for the great initiative to encourage women giving them the platform.
Keep and eye here for pictures and videos coming soon!
The much anticipated #Mentorship program of ISWA, targetting the college and university students of Indian origin in WA, GONE LIVE on SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 2021 AT 7 PM! This is the first Mentorship program ever in WA dedicated to Indian origin students, with primary focus on International students of Indian origin.
The Vision is to identify potentials in students, develop, connect with the community and the industry, and get the students ready for their job and life in Australia. This will be the Pilot Phase with maximum 50 mentees only, selected by our Mentorship Program team. The selection process will be explained during this online event, and the actual selection will happen during and after the event.
There is an International panel of expert behind the initiative, ably led by Mr Partha Dev (firstname.lastname@example.org) from ISWA on the ground, assisted by Student Leaders of ISWA Student Wing.
ISWA Health wing & AIMA organised a community health education seminar for increasing awareness of topics important to women’s health. This event was held on 14th March Sunday from 8am to 11.30 am ISWA Centre for Arts & Culture, 58 Burrendah Boulevard, Willetton and was free for all.
Topics covered were
Menopause – Dr Manju Ambekar; Gynaecologist & ObstetricianOsteoporosis -Dr Priya Chowalloor; RheumatologistPelvic Organ Prolapse & Urinary Incontinence – Dr Rekha Nanda General Practitioner & GP ObstetricianPelvic Floor Physiotherapy & Exercises for Oseoporosis prevention– Miss Vandana Thavare Physiotherapist
The Student Wing of Indian Society of Western Australia (ISWA) organised a Free lunch and networking meet-up for all students of Indian origin in WA across all universities and colleges on 13th March 2021. The event was held at The University of Western Australia. About 120 students from different Universities and institutes joined the event.
The construction of the ICC has started in January 2021. On 14th January the Earthwork had started. At 6.30 am, the ISWA Management Committee, Consul General of India in Perth Madam Dantu Charandasi, a few life members and community members conducted a simple prayer before starting the journey.