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We run on the support of various professional, academic and volunteers not limited to caste, religion, sex or age


We have been instrumental in building sports relationship between India and Australia whether through organizing sports activities between political leaders, celebrities or the masses.


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Australian Indian Sports, Educational and Cultural Society (AISECS) aims to promote, enhance and facilitate sports, education and cultural investment between Australia and India. AISECS is all about the people, community, and how it can better empower, support and connect to those that will help make a difference. A complete non for profit organisation, that runs on..


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On behalf of the Ryde Hospital Executive and all the staff at Ryde, I would like to thank you and AISECS Society most sincerely for the donation of 50 delicious meals to staff and a lovely cake to celebrate Mother's Day. The meals were successfully distributed to all the Ryde Hospital frontline staff on duty on Mother's Day, 10 May 2020. They were very well received by everyone and I'm told they were very tasty. The continued kindness and support of the community towards our staff at Ryde, who are working tirelessly through these challenging times, has been overwhelming and it is heartening to see how we are all pulling together. Thank you once again for thinking of us at this time.
heather gough

Heather Gough

General Manager, Ryde Hospital NSW
I would like to send my warmest congratulations and best wishes to Sikhs across Australia and overseas who celebrated Gurpurab on November 12, marking the 550th birthday of Guru Nanak Dev Ji; the founder of Sikhism and the first of the 10 Sikh Gurus. Guru Nanak’s teachings of peaceful faith and meditation, of selfless sacrifice for the welfare of all, of equality between all human beings, and of Sarbat Da Bhala, the peace and prosperity of all humanity, are just as important to all of us today as they were hundreds of years ago when Guru Nanak first founded Sikhism. Guru Nanak taught Sikhs and non-Sikhs alike that we are at our best when we look after one another, that communities from all over the world can live in peace and harmony with one another, and that a prosperous and happy life is something that everyone should be able to enjoy. These are values that will always be close to my heart, and to the hearts of all of us in the Labor Party. It was an honour and a privilege to host the celebrations of Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s 550th birthday with the Consul General of India Mr Manish Gupta, the Australian Indian Sports Educational & Cultural Society (AISECS), Sikhs, and well-wishers of Sikhism last night at Parliament House. I hope that our state’s Gurpurab celebrations grow stronger with every passing year and will be attending more of them in the coming days. Best wishes and a happy Gurpurab to all Sikhs and to all well-wishers of Sikhism across Australia and the world. Happy Gurpurab 2019!
jodi mckay


Leader of the Opposition, Labor Party
Thank you so much for a wonderful day at the inaugural AISECS community cricket match between Minister's XI vs Consul General XI. It was a great privilege to take part. Congratulations to you and your team at AISECS for all you to do to bring the community together and all the best for many more successful events in the future. Thank you also for your continued support for ICC World T20 20202 which is greatly valued and much appreciated. Congratulations ! A Fantastic Occasion !
nick hockley


Chief Executive Officer at ICC T20 World Cup 2020
It is heartening that AISECS is doing good work in assisting those students in need in this difficult condition. These are special times and the time for special people to make a difference to the community.The initiative taken by you to set up the interaction with students was useful and constructive. It gives me happiness to see work being done by AISECS in providing relief to students in challenging circumstances. I am therefore appreciative of Mr. Gurnam Singh and Mr. Reetpal Singh.
gitesh sarma


High Commissioner of India to Australia

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