UNSW offers discount of $100 for PBD Sydney

UNSW Australia is proud to be among the sponsors of  Pravasi  Bharatiya  Divas  Sydney, a major international conference involving overseas Indians from 10-12 November 2013.

This is an exceptional opportunity to connect with India’s expanding relations with Australia and the countries of Southeast Asia and the Pacific. It is open to the wider Australian community, including business people, academics and other professionals ”“ anyone with an interest in India’s future and what it means for Australia and the region.

The program will feature discussions on important aspects of India’s external relations such as energy, resources, infrastructure, agriculture, manufacturing, skills and education, languages, women in business and culture.

The conference, at the Sydney Convention Centre, Darling Harbour, will be inaugurated by India’s Minister for Overseas Indian Affairs, Shri Vayalar Ravi, and the Premier of New South Wales,  the Hon Barry O’Farrell MP.

Speakers will also include President and Vice Chancellor of UNSW Australia, Professor Fred Hilmer AO,  and the Patron of the university’s Node of the Australia India Institute, Mr Neville Roach AO,  as well as Senator Lisa Singh, Indian High Commissioner HE Biren Nanda, corporate figures, community leaders, prominent scholars and media.

Registration is still open, and full details of all sessions can be found on the  PBD website.

UNSW Australia has been given a special discount of $100 from the standard rate of $425.
This means that if you are a recipient of this message, you only have to pay $325.

To obtain the discount:

1. Go to  this website

2. Choose New Booking. Continue.

3. Choose PBD delegate (ignore standard price). Continue.

4. Fill out details. (Ignore standard price). The ID code is UNI. This should already be filled in.
If not, enter it. Continue.

5. The draft program appears. Press Continue

6. The special price of $325 now appears. Provide your payment details.

Support for  Pravasi  Bharatiya  Divas  Sydney is one of many ways in which UNSW Australia is at the leading edge of Australia’s expanding relationship with India, including scientific research and student links, industry partnerships and high-profile events such as the annual Gandhi Oration. More information about the UNSW Australia Node of the Australia India Institute, which coordinates the university’s links with India, can be found here:  http://www.international.unsw.edu.au/aii/

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