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Sunday, March 18, 2018

MOHRE Discusses Implementing an MoU to Recruit Workers in All Categories with Indian Officials

A delegation from the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MOHRE) discussed means of boosting mutual cooperation in workforce recruitment between the UAE and India with officials from the Indian Ministry of Expatriate Affairs. The two parties discussed implementation of the recruitment MoU the two countries signed, and the annexed cooperation agreement in support services.

 

A delegation from the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MOHRE) discussed means of boosting mutual cooperation in workforce recruitment between the UAE and India with officials from the Indian Ministry of Expatriate Affairs. The two parties discussed implementation of the recruitment MoU the two countries signed, and the annexed cooperation agreement in support services.

As head of the delegation that have visited India recently, Dr. Omar Al Nuaimi, Assistant Undersecretary for Communication and International Relations at MOHRE, said that the visit was rooted in the UAE's interest in cooperating with India, which a friendly nation to the UAE and one of the leading labor-exporting countries. The UAE is interested in forming continued discussion between the two countries in order to control and organize the different stages of the temporary contractual work cycle.

"The meeting between both parties only confirmed how keen they are to continue the electronic linking project between both ministries' systems to organize how Indian workers are recruited in the UAE," said Omar Al Nuaimi. "These discussions are related to how the implementation of the MoU signed between the two countries. The MoU stressed how recruitment applications must be submitted via MOHRE's e-portal."

"The discussions included reducing the costs of recruiting support services workers and the cooperation between Tadbeer centers, set to open soon, and government employment agencies in India to recruit and employ support services workers in the UAE."

"During the visit to India, MOHRE and the Indian Ministry of Skills Development and Entrepreneurship discussed partnership in training, preparing, and developing the skills of Indian workers in the UAE; recognizing their qualifications; and the possibility of signing a memorandum of understanding in these areas."

MOHRE's delegation also discussed cooperating with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry to help Indian workers qualify for jobs in the UAE, while attracting trained workers to work in the country.

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