Keralite nurses to be given free German language training for them to work in Germany – UKMALAYALEE

Keralite nurses to be given free German language training for them to work in Germany

Sunday 5 December 2021 10:51 AM UTC

Thiruvananthapuram Dec 4: The first batch of nurses from Kerala will go to Germany next year as part of the ‘Triple Win’ scheme of NORKA Roots.On behalf of the state government, the MoU was signed by NORKA Roots (Department of Non Resident Keralites Affairs), the department for expatriates from Kerala.

The German recruitment scheme, christened ‘Triple Win’, is the first of its kind in India held under the aegis of a government, said Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan in a Facebook post.

NORKA Roots CEO K Harikrishnan Namboodiri and German Consul General Achim Burkart, representative of German Federal Employment, signed the memorandum of understanding on Thursday. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan also attended the function.

NORKA Roots Resident Vice Chairman P Sreeramakrishnan said that it is the first time recruitment to Germany is being done at the government level in the country.

He also said that this would help to open job opportunities and possibilities in other European countries as well. The nurses willing to go to Germany will be given free training in the German language.

Consul General Achim Burkart said that signing the memorandum of understanding with Kerala is a historic event.

More than 10,000 job opportunities are expected to come up for nurses in Germany in the post-Covid scenario, he said.

The MoU, he said, was part of the efforts of the government to find new destinations of migration for Keralites other than the traditional hubs against the backdrop of the changes in the global employment scenario. The MoU has opened the way for recruitment to Germany, one of the most powerful and industrialised countries in the world, he said.

The CM said ‘Triple Win’ is reckoned as the first step towards tapping the possibilities of migration to European countries. The project would help the recruiters to hire the best nursing professionals.

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