HomeJobs300 Telangana Nurses to Receive German Language Training for Jobs in Germany...

300 Telangana Nurses to Receive German Language Training for Jobs in Germany | Hyderabad News – Times of India

Date:

Related stories

spot_imgspot_img

Hyderabad: Nurses from Telangana who will be taking up jobs in Germany are being trained in German language in the city. The nurses are being given training in five batches, with each batch having 120 nurses. As part of this, nearly 300 nurses will be trained in German language every year and the expenses will be borne by the German govt.
German ambassador to India Philipp Ackermann interacted with the trainees at a programme organised by the Telangana Overseas Manpower Company (Tomcom), under department of labour, Govt of India.
Tomcom works with various government and private registered agencies in different countries like Australia, Canada, Germany, Hungary, Japan, Poland, Romania, UK and the Gulf countries to facilitate employment by following all legal formalities.
The German language training is being conducted for ‘Ausbildung’ programs for nurses in partnership with the registered agencies like Magic Billion and 2Coms, Tomcom said.

We also published the following articles recently

Govt to train 50 nurses for cancer centre
Health minister Vishwajit Rane announced plans to train nurses at Tata Memorial Hospital before the commissioning of the cancer institute in Bambolim. The government aims to provide accessible health care by introducing post graduate courses in nursing and allowing the establishment of nursing institutes. Additionally, the government will collaborate with health institutes for performing complicated surgeries.
German police bust major online criminal marketplace
German police made arrests and conducted searches in major raids targeting the largest German-language criminal marketplace on the internet called Crimemarket. The website offered drugs, criminal services, detailed instructions for serious crimes, and targeted sellers and buyers. A press conference will be held regarding this coordinated police operation.

- Never miss a story with notifications

- Gain full access to our premium content

- Browse free from up to 5 devices at once

Latest stories

spot_img