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DUBAI: UAE to employ 10,000 skilled Indian workers by 2023

The workers will be trained under the aegis of the National Skill Development Corporation’s (NSDC) pilot programme titled, TEJAS (Training for Emirates Jobs and Skills).

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The Indian Consulate in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has said that at least 10,000 highly skilled Indian workers were likely to get job opportunities in the country by 2023, reported siasat.com.

This was announced recently as part of the celebration to mark the second anniversary of the mission’s move to keep its doors open round the clock to serve the Indian diaspora of 3 million people. The workers will be trained under the aegis of the National Skill Development Corporation’s (NSDC) pilot programme titled, TEJAS (Training for Emirates Jobs and Skills).

The project aims to qualify, issue certificates and employ Indians abroad. TEJAS aims to create pathways to enable the Indian workforce to prepare for the skills and market demands of the UAE

By collaborating with the NSDC, the Consulate hopes to forge a pathway that helps Indians turn away from dishonest recruits and provide them with the skills they need to secure employment abroad. It may be pointed out that on March 27, 2022, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur had launched TEJAS.

The project aims to qualify, issue certificates and employ Indians abroad. TEJAS aims to create pathways to enable the Indian workforce to prepare for the skills and market demands of the UAE.

The TEJAS training programme is conducted in India as well as in Dubai.

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