Looking to further your career? We’re hiring! Join the HCG family to nurture your personal and professional goals.

These are our present career openings:

  1. Documentation Executive-VP

Experience :- 1-2 years

Location:- Cochin

Job Description:

To aid students/ candidates to enroll in different programs offered by MWT Education Consultancy and assist them in visa and emigration related documentation and services.

  • Must adhere to all company policies, procedures and business ethics and codes.
  • Manage and maintain existing customers and strengthen the relations.
  • Attending inbound calls
  • Negotiation of documents
  • Preparation of  Students Admission Documents
  • Handling back office process
  • Able to communicate directly with students and authorities over email/phone
  • Screen candidates and advise them about most suitable program that meets their qualification and requirement.
  • Updating each and every conversation with the candidate in CRM Software.
  • Assist and advice candidates to gather documents as per requirement of AHPRA
  • Contact AHPRA on behalf of candidate to know application status.
  • Assist candidates in completing necessary application forms to College/University for admission upon receiving decision letter
  • Arrange interview with college/University to confirm admission
  • Provide candidates with information booklet/broachers of different providers of the course to choose from.
  • Train and guide candidates to attend college/University interview which could be telephonic/video conferencing/ Face to face
  • Advice candidates about documentation and fund necessary for applying visa.
  • Prepare candidates to attend visa interview
  • Assist candidates to complete visa application forms
  • Provide pre departure guidance
  • Ensure all candidates attend preparatory course prior to leaving Australia.


  • Bachelor/ Master degree with good communication skill

Salary: As Per Market Standards

Industry: Education

Functional Area: Visa Documentation

Role Category: Other


  1. E Learning Student Support Executive

Experience :- 0-3 years

Location:- Cochin

Job Description:

Candidates with good command over English language is preferred. Thorough computer knowledge with introduction to various technologies. Good exposure to e-Learning environment. Internet savvy. Preferable experience from education and training sector.


  • Monitoring the replies and making sure the client is satisfied.
  • Researching the LMS for implementing requests from the clients.
  • Implementing new modules on the LMS and testing its functionality
  • Coordination with design team for requirement in course delivery.
  • Coordination with development team in LMS customization.
  • Technical support to clients in terms of e learning.
  • Support requests raised by the clients assigned have to be attended & replied satisfactorily & in time.
  • Attending to the support requests assigned.
  • Ensure the support requested by students is answered sufficiently & in time.
  • Coordinating the activities of the e-learning support team and other concerned departments.
  • Ensure the support requested by students is answered sufficiently and in time.
  • Implement the course is ready to be delivered on the LMS as required by the client by making sure e learning assessments and content is published and uploaded as per requirement of the educator.


  • Bachelor/ Master degree with good communication skill

Salary: As Per Industry Standards

Industry: Education / Teaching / Training

Functional Area: Teaching, Education, Training, Counseling

Role Category: Other


  1. Business Development Officer

 Experience :- 2-3 years

 Location:- Kottayam

Job Description:

Handling the business promotion activities. Assessing the education industry and getting leads for business promotion. Specific marketing campaigns and projects within the department and to assist with the implementation of the department’s policy, strategies and campaigns. The Executive will have to formulate the contents for the marketing mix and put forth efficient and innovative marketing plans.  


  • Keep the  rules and standards of the organization and  be the representative who deliver the best to the customer .
  • Schedule the  appointments and visit existing customers to review product needs and determining other opportunities.
  • Organize and attend  joint sales calls with Vendors.
  • Open new accounts.
  • Responsible to  liaise  between customers and the company for up-to-date status of service, pricing and new product release launches.
  • Prepare reports for marketing and sales and keeping expense accounts.
  • Generate new and repeat sales by providing product, technical information in a timely manner
  • Identify customer requirements and expectations in order to recommend relevant products/solutions
  • Deliver the best quote to the customer and know the competition and report to the team leader
  • Proactively recommend products needed by customers to increase customer satisfaction and improve profitability
  • Keep up to date on new products, services, procedures and tools by attending training and departmental meetings
  • Contact customers following sales to ensure on going customer satisfaction.
  • Present a professional image always
  • Study the product thoroughly and know the marketing techniques.
  • Improve Communication skill according to the  changing  styles and fashion of the market .
  • Report to the team leader for all the activities on a daily, monthly and quarterly basis .
  • Present a professional image at all times


  • Bachelor/ Master’s degree with good communication skill

Salary: As Per Company Standards

Industry: Education / Teaching / Training

Functional Area: Marketing , Advertising , MR , PR , Media Planning

Role Category: Marketing

Role: Direct Marketing Executive


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Sharing our August Facebook images with our readers!

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Several seminars and workshops on overseas education were conducted at various places in August 2018. Here are some pictures and details.

Consultancy Promotion Kiosk at OLL HSS, Uzhavoor, Kottayam on 3/8/2018


Seminar for BLS students at HCI, Kadavanthra, Kochi on 8/8/2018

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Seminar for IELTS and OET students at Benz Academy, Vytilla on 9/8/2018

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Seminar for IELTS students at Axiom ,Kalloor on 14/8/2018


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Bringing you the latest news from HCI!

August 2018 Milestones:

  1. Surjeet Dogra Dhanji (delegate from Australia India Institute) and Ms. Paula Johnston (delegate from SkillsThink Consulting) visited us on 2nd August 2018.
  2. Marketing promotions for GNLA were conducted at Lourdes Hospital on 3rd August 2018.

1 23. An in-service education was conducted on 4th August 2018 by Ms. Aleyamma Ninan on the topic “Sociocultural Perceptiveness and Awareness Required in Aged Care”.

4. The Certificate Distribution ceremony was conducted on 8th August 2018 for General Duty Assistant Batch-1802KL000767JHSS/Q5101-00013F9C (3rd batch) under PMKVY Scheme.

3 4 5 6 75. Summative assessment conducted for General Duty Assistant (GDA) Batch-1802KL000767JHSS/Q5101-00018936 (4th Batch) under the PMKVY Scheme on 12th August 2018.

8 9 10 11 126. The AHA team has trained around 32 BLS and 13 ACLS students in August.

7. HCI has entered an official agreement with Cliniminds for delivering “Clinical Research” course in HCI.

8. Our last batch of OET students achieved 100 percent results. We congratulate all our students!

9. A new IELTS batch was commenced this month.

10. Lalumol Sunny joined HCI this month and we warmly welcome her to the HCI family.




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These are our students who have worked hard to fulfill their dreams, and have made it to various universities abroad in August 2018.We wish our dear students all the very best in their careers and in their lives!

24 August 2018 – Wesley Institute of Learning

Flavia Reshma D’Souza

Remya Thomas


25 August 2018 – Universal College of Learning

 Jeena Jose


27 August 2018 – Universal College of Learning

Bincy Vincent

Binish Baby

Ansu Anna

Amala Sarah Varghese


 27 August 2018 – Australian College of Nursing

Jeethu Merin Jose


MWT Education Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. is the premier and major agent in India which recruits nurses for the Institute of Health & Nursing Australia (IHNA).We are one of India’s fastest growing education consultants dedicated to serving students who wish to study abroad.

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Floods, big or small, can have devastating effects on your home and your family. We can take steps to reduce the harm caused by flooding. Learn how to prepare for a flood, stay safe during a flood, and protect your health when you return home after a flood.1

Flood water can be extremely polluted. It is important to understand how to reduce the risk of injury, sickness or infection during flood.

When you know or suspect that a flood warning has been issued for your area, do the following:

  • Move garbage containers, chemicals and poisons beyond the reach of the water
  • Secure objects that might float away and cause damage
  • Move stock and equipment to high ground
  • Stack your furniture and other possessions beyond the reach of the water.
  • Place electrical appliances on a higher level.

Keep Away from Flood Waters

Avoid any contact with flood waters, such as swimming, after a flood. Flood waters can contain large amounts of contaminants of all kinds, which can be hazardous.2

Sanitize Flooded Areas

Floors, walls, equipment and furniture that have been covered with flood waters should be cleaned and sanitized to kill any bacteria or viruses. Wear gloves, eye protection and boots when working with contaminated areas and items. Items should be cleaned with soap and water, rinsed and then sanitized with a solution of a quarter cup of household bleach and one gallon of water.

Well Contamination

If a well or spring was covered with flood waters, it must be considered contaminated. Do not drink or prepare foods with water from a well until it is disinfected and tested. Buy bottled water to drink and use for cooking. Remember to not drink, bath or cook with the water while bleach is in the system.

Septic System Failures

In most cases of septic system failure, the only thing that can be done is to wait for the water levels in the soil to fall. If sewage comes to the top of the ground, the tank could be pumped for temporary relief. If flooding washed away the soil around the system, the system may need to be repaired or replaced.

Spoiled Food and Food Poisoning

If any flood waters have touched foods, throw them out. If the temperature in a refrigerator was at 60 degrees or higher for more than two hours, do not eat the food inside. There’s no reliable way to tell if food will make you sick by looking at it or smelling it. When in doubt, throw it out.


Flooding leaves pools of water that are ideal for breeding mosquitoes, which can carry diseases. Dump any water-filled containers around your home to discourage mosquitoes. Water that cannot be drained can be treated with certain insecticides and biological control agents.


The rates of diseases that were present before a flood may increase because of decreased sanitation or overcrowding among displaced persons. Increases in infectious diseases that3 were not present in the community before the flood are not usually a problem. If you receive a puncture wound or a wound contaminated with feces, soil, or saliva, have a doctor or health department determine whether an immunization is necessary based on individual records.

Precautions When Returning to Your Home

  • Electrical power and natural gas should be shut off to avoid fire, electrocution, or explosions.
  • Try to return to your home during the daytime so that you do not have to use any lights.
  • Use battery-powered flashlights and lanterns, rather than candles, gas lanterns, or4 torches.
  • If you smell gas or suspect a leak, turn off the main gas valve, open all windows, and leave the house immediately.
  • Do not return to the house until you are told it is safe to do so.
  • Avoid any downed power lines, particularly those in water. Avoid wading in standing water, which also may contain glass or metal fragments.
  • Put on the personal protective equipment to protect your eyes, nose, mouth, and skin.
  • When electricity is safe to use, use fans and dehumidifiers to remove moisture.
  • Throw away items that can’t be cleaned and dried.


Kerala is slowly limping back to normalcy after its tryst with nature’s fury. Today, as families are getting back to their homes and making attempts to put together a semblance of normal life again, we call for your support to help others in need. HCG, in association with the KCPM Trust, has been spearheading efforts to win the battle against nature’s deluge. We appeal to your generosity to donate whatever you can, in cash or kind, for our less fortunate brothers and sisters so that they may rebuild their homes, restore their means of livelihood and move forward with their lives.

Do call the numbers below if you would like to volunteer your time, or donate whatever is possible to help rebuild these broken communities.


Sharing some pictures of the rescue efforts by our team! We’re proud of every one of you!

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THE HCG BULLETIN August 2018 Editorial

The entire state of Kerala was ravaged by floods of catastrophic dimensions last month — a disaster of epic proportions that resulted in the loss of almost 470 lives, with over a million people displaced from their homes. Bridges collapsed, landslides brought down entire houses, and the raging waters washed away crops, cattle, goats and other livestock. But the resilience of Keralites is indeed well known…and Malayalees across the world have risen to the challenge and united together as one in a path-breaking effort to rebuild God’s own country. The rescue and relief operations that unified people of all religions and political barriers across the length and breadth of the state has become the stuff of legends.

The entire world has watched in amazement as heroes arose from the unlikeliest of places to shoulder the responsibility of rescuing thousands of people. Kerala’s fishermen rose to the occasion, exhibited remarkable fortitude and exemplary management skills to pull out families from the swiftly rising murky waters. The Indian Navy airlifted a pregnant woman in the throes of labour to safety in a helicopter and has since then decided to adopt the little child who was, thanks to them, safely born in a Naval hospital.

Selfless gestures and stories of courage emerged as many individuals, from all strata of society, joined hands to brave torrential rains and hazardous terrains and pull off daring rescues. Children broke their piggy banks and donated every last paisa of their savings to the cause of humanity. Lakhs of food packets, medicines, clothes, and household essentials were collected and distributed to those in need. Doctors and nurses worked in makeshift shelters to deliver emergency healthcare in places that had no electricity and no phone connectivity, to save the lives of those who had been injured.

At HCG, we have also done our bit to muster up emergency support for the less fortunate among us, and joined wholeheartedly in rescue and relief operations across the state. We share pictures of the HCG heroes and heroines of the day!

We also bring you a timely article on how to cope with the aftermath of a flood. Be careful when you get back to your homes, and do not hesitate to ask for help when needed. In the end, we are all one big family, and that’s what counts most of all!

All said and done, it’s time for us to take a long hard look at this shattering calamity where Nature has unleashed her fury against her own beloved people, and think about the reasons underlying this tragedy. Environmentalists are probably right in saying that this disaster was man made and could have been averted had we paid more attention to maintaining the balance of nature. Human activities are undeniably the root cause for unbalancing the fragile ecosystem of the western coastal area and the Ghat sections. Sand mining, destruction of mangroves and cutting down of forests, not to mention rechanneling natural waterways are all contributors toward these floods. It’s only to be hoped that we will open our eyes at least now, and seek sustainable ways of living so that our beautiful planet is a safe home for our future generations.

We end this editorial on that sober thought. Goodbye for now, and do take care of yourselves. Let’s all join hands to rebuild our state, and to create a better future together!  If you wish to get in touch, please do send in an email to

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