Chandigarh, Jul 11 (UNI) In view of the great demand for Indian nurses all over the world, especially in the US, the Haryana Overseas Placement Bureau has decided to set up five more training centres for nurses at Ambala, Karnal, Hisar, Rohtak and Faridabad.
Announcing this today, Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said one such training centre was already being run by the Bureau in its office at Panchkula.
An MoU with Modi Healthcare Placement, New Delhi had also been signed for the placement of nurses in the US, he said.
Mr Hooda said the Bureau had also received placement offers for 3190 vacancies for engineers and technicians from Canada. The selection process against these vacancies was under way.
The Bureau had earlier sent 17 more students to different European countries for higher studies.
A spokesman of the Bureau informed that seminars for the training of nurses would be held at Panchayat Bhawan, Karnal on July 12 and at Arya Senior Secondary School, Ambala City on July 13.
In the seminar, interested candidates would be offered admissions on the spot and requisite study material would also be given to them. The actual classes would commence from July 15 and no fee would be charged from the participants of the seminars, he added.
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