The following members of the Indian community were elected to the Executive Committee of the IAC at the Annual General Body Meeting in 2015:
|Mr. Sadanand||President||070 477 007|
|Mrs. Mercy||Vice President||092 566 390|
|Mr. Balasubramaniam||General Secretary||016 579 082|
Indian Community in Cambodia
There are about 1500 Indians working in various sectors in Cambodia. Many of them are employed with international organizations and agencies, including IMF, UNICEF, WHO, World Food Programme (WFP) and UN Khmer Rouge Tribunal. There are some Indians working as advisers in some of the Ministries. Some are working with NGOs. There are also a few doctors. Others are engaged in business establishments, mostly dealing with pharmaceuticals. There are representatives of well-known firms, including Ranbaxy, Dr. Reddy’s, Cipla, and Healol.About 1000 Indians, mostly hailing from Uttar Pradesh, are small time traders, selling clothes and other products.
The BrahmaKumaris has one branch and Missionaries of Charity have two branches in Phnom Penh. Dr. Agarwal’s Eye Hospital set up an Eye Hospital in Phnom Penh in September 2014.
Embassy Working Hours: 08.30 AM to 05.30 PM
Consular Working Hours: 09.00 AM to 11.00 AM
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