Indian Association in Cambodia

Indian Association in Cambodia

Indian Association Cambodia IAC-EC Committee- 2017 




Mr. Muthuah Ramasamy


016 988 533

Mrs. Mercy Joseph

Vice President

092 566 390

Mr. Gurpreet Singh

General Secretary

011 324 496

Ms. Parinita Agnihotri

Joint Secretary

096 570 048 4

Mr. Ankit Tongea


012 902 118

Mr. Mahesh Mehra

Joint Treasurer

012 218 604

Ms. Rekha

Cultural Secretary

077 420 076

Mr. Sivakumar

Sports Secretary

077 911 548

Mr. Chellaiah Anand

EC Member

015 563 998

Mr. G Subramamnian

EC Member

071 333 450 1

Ms Preeti Vinayak

EC Member

077 959 249

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. Also, few Indians are working as advisers to the Electricite Du Cambodge (EDC), Electricity Authority of Cambodia (EAC), Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF), Ministry of Tourism and Development etc. under the Royal Government of Cambodia. Some are working with NGOs. There are also a few doctors and specialists. Many Indians have invested in Restaurants in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap cities and are serving variety of Indian cuisine. Others are engaged in business establishments, mostly dealing with pharmaceuticals, garment industries, rubber factories, Information technology, computer hardware manufacturing etc. 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 and is providing excellent eye care facilities. The Art of Living is conducting regular Yoga programs for the Indians as well as Cambodians. Bajaj Automobiles is selling Bajaj motorbikes.  Tata Motors also established their business in Cambodia. Overall, Indians residing in Cambodia are engaged in diverse activities and is a flourishing expatriate community in Cambodia. Indian Association in Cambodia (IAC) provides a common platform to all Indians to socialize and associate themselves with each other and organizes several cultural and religious activities and festivals in which Indians participate in large number with a lot of enthusiasm.   


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