First batch of nurses from Kerala to leave for Germany soon

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Thiruvananthapuram: As many as 400 Malayali nurses may get opportunities in Germany through a new recruitment drive. Norka-Roots, in association with German Federal Employment Agency and German Agency for International Cooperation, is holding the final-level of interview here from the shortlisted candidates of around 13,000 applicants.

Norka-Roots expressed hope that more than 500 candidates will get opportunities this year itself. More nurses will get chance in the coming years as well, it said. The Norka-Roots signed a contract with German Federal Employment Agency in December 2021.

Selected candidates will be trained in German language up to proficiency level of B1 at Thiruvananthapuram before departing to Germany. Besides, a walk-in interview for candidates with B1 and B2 levels of proficiency is also arranged.

Norka-Roots said that more vacancies in fields like IT, engineering and hotel management are also expected in future. A workshop was conducted on May 6 to ponder upon such opportunities. Further action based on the workshop outcome will be taken up soon.

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