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Kuwait streamlines recruitment of Indian Nurses

The issue of Nursing Recruitment may be solved to an extent, as serious efforts are being made to streamline the issue at the earliest, confirmed HE Sunil Jain, the Indian Ambassador to Kuwait.

Talking during the Florence Fiesta, organized by Indian Nurses Federation in Kuwait (INFOK), he said, the issue of Nurses has been taken seriously. Embassy has made several follow-ups with the Indian Government and Kuwait authorities about the Nurse's recruitment issue.

There are more than 10,000 Indian Nurses in Kuwait, and when it comes to recruitment of Nurses, Kerala is the most preferred destination. This year another 1000 nurses are likely to be recruited from India, he pointed out.

By next year, Indian nurses would be entering Kuwait only through proper channel, he told INFOK members during the event.

Recently, a team of Health Ministry officials had gone to Kerala to finalize the procedures in this direction.

Farwaniya Governorate Chief Protocol Officer, Fahad Salem Saad Al Fajii attended the event, and congratulated Indian Nurses.

The Abbasiya Police Chief Col. Ibrahim Abdulrazaak Al Dhari and Indian Doctors Forum Vice President, Dr. Vivek Vani also graced the occasion. INFOK President, Praveen Prabhakaran presided the event. INFOK also felicitated senior Indian Nurses during the event.




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