Nepalese in Australia : Education, Work and Income  

Nepalese in Australia: Education, Work and Income - NepaliPage

Many people in Nepal have huge interest in the job, income, and lifestyle of Nepalese in Australia.  Now, for Nepalese, Australia is the eighth state, Nepalese are in majority in a handful Australian suburbs. Even interestingly, in many Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide VET colleges Nepalese are almost 100% of total students …

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10 Australian Suburbs, Nepalese Live in Australia

Why is Auburn such a popular hub for Nepalese in Australia - NepaliPage

Population of Nepalese in Australia has increased noticeably in last decade, based on Australian census 2021 the number of Nepalese live in Australia is 133,068.   Australia has become a melting pot for various cultures as the country welcomes everyone with open arms. As a popular migrant community, Nepali are …

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Rockdale is still a hub for Nepalese in Sydney

Rockdale is still a hub for Nepalese in Sydney - NepaliPage

Though recent census shows Auburn as the suburb most Nepali people live in, Rockdale, the former top Nepali dense suburb still a popular hub for Nepalese in Sydney. When you get on T4 Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line train, you will see many Nepali faces passing you if you are …

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Why is Auburn such a popular hub for Nepalese in Australia?

Auburn, a western Sydney suburb now gets popularity as a junction of Nepalese in Australia. The suburb which is just 16 kilometres west of Sydney’s central business district drawing newcomers’ attention. Many Nepalese international students now concentrating on Auburn for their stay. The place is so famous among Nepalese in …

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Should new Australians have to pass an English test to become citizens?

Should new Australians have to pass an English test to become citizens? - NepaliPage

 Matteo Bonotti, Monash University On Australia Day each year, thousands of people become Australian citizens at ceremonies around the country. Prospective citizens have to meet a number of eligibility criteria, including passing a citizenship test to show they have a reasonable knowledge of Australia and basic English. But there are …

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Nepalese Community concerns over bogus Aged Care Certificates

Nursing home residents confined to their rooms during COVID are like hypothetical tenants locked in their bedrooms by landlords – unable to take showers, able only to make only sandwiches for meals and cut off from visitors and socialising with fellow residents.

Leaders of Nepalese community in Australia expressed very serious concern over bogus certificates obtained through RPL. Posting videos and messages over social media community leaders involved in management roles in Aged Care, advise newcomers international students and members of the community not to be part of such illegal act. Especially it is known many Nepalese community members obtain Certificate III & IV in Aged Care and Disability Care without completing required classes and placements. Certificate III & IV in Aged Care and Disability Care are essential to join Aged Care and Disability Care roles in Australia. Posting their concern over Facebook and TikTok they said it's woeful to know the source of such bogus Aged Care Certificates are Nepalese-owned RTOs. Madhav Raj Paudel (known as Nisprabh Saji) who works as a director of nursing in one of a Sydney aged care facility expressed his concern over circulating bogus Aged Care certificate III posting 3 videos over TikTok. Said, ‘such activities hurt Nepalese reputation in Australian health and care service industry.’ The majority of Nepalese community members in Australia are involved in the Australian health and care industry. He further requests those involved RTOs to stop such illegal activities. He alleged, Nepalese Community Member-owned RTOs offering Aged Care certificates without any training and clinical placements, how to trick in an interview. Paudel posted another video on TikTok as an update, mentioned they contacted such RTO and filed a complaint to the regulator body.

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