First batch of nurses from Kerala will soon fly to Germany
Thiruvananthapuram: The first batch of nurses from Kerala will go to Germany next year as part of the ‘Triple Win’ scheme of NORKA Roots.
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.
#TripleWin: Signing ceremony with CM @vijayanpinarayi on #FairMigration of health professionals from #Kerala to #Germany🇩🇪. First official placement agreement with #EU memberstate in #India🇮🇳 @Bundesagentur @Norka_Roots #GKBangalore @GermanyinIndia #EthicalRecruitment @giz_india pic.twitter.com/L94IdcCHOv— Achim Burkart (@GermanCG_BLR) December 2, 2021
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.