Karnataka government to send 1,000 skilled nurses to Britain

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Nurses who will be going in the first batch will be trained in all aspects of their profession including communication skills through Karnataka Vocational Training and Skill Development Corporation (KVTSDC).
 

 

The Karnataka government is all set to send 1,000 professionally trained nurses to Britain.

State's Deputy Chief Minister Dr CN Ashwatha Narayana, said that Indian nurses have a huge demand in many countries including Europe, and many hospitals located there have come forward to provide employment.

As per the report, the government of Britain has fixed an annual salary package of Rs 20 Lakhs (Indian Currency) for those who get employed.

Ashwatha Narayana ,who is also the minister of skill development, added that 1,000 nurses will be sent to Britain in the first phase.

The state government in an official release said that all the nurses who will be going in the first batch will be trained in all aspects of their profession including communication skills through Karnataka Vocational Training and Skill Development Corporation (KVTSDC).

 

With inputs from Agency

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