Over 4, 62,000 emigration clearances were granted for overseas employment in 18 ECR countries in the first six months of 2015 (January to June) as compared to 4,55,405 during the same period in 2014.
Giving this information in a in a written reply in Lok Sabha today the Minister of State for Overseas Indian Affairs General Dr. V.K. Singh (Retd.) said the decision to require nurses to take emigration clearance before proceeding for employment abroad was taken in view of reports received regarding large scale malpractices in the recruitment of nurses.
He said the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs has written to all the Chief Ministers concerned to set up State Government owned Recruitment Agencies, on the lines of the three State Government Recruitment Agencies i.e. NORKA and ODEPC of Kerala and OMCL of Tamil Nadu.
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