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SWADES, Skill mapping of citizens returning from abroad
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SWADES, Skill mapping of citizens returning from abroad

Government to conduct skill mapping of citizens returning from overseas SWADES, a collaborative initiative of the Ministries of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Civil Aviation and External Affairs The initiative undertaken as part of Vande Bharat Mission aims at empowering the returning citizens with relevant employment opportunities Envisioned to share collected information and enable discussions with key stakeholders including State Governments, Industry Associations and Employers Posted On: 03 JUN 2020 3:24PM by PIB Delhi With the aim of making the best of our skilled workforce returning to the country due to the ongoing pandemic, the Government of India has launched a new initiative SWADES (Skilled Workers Arrival Database for Employment Support) to conduct a s...
India Relaxes OCI Renewal Guidelines Till 31st December 2020
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India Relaxes OCI Renewal Guidelines Till 31st December 2020

The OCI card gives people of Indian origin the privilege to travel visa-free to India besides almost all other privileges of an Indian national, except for the right to vote, government service and buying agricultural land.oci692×390 159 KB As per the Embassy of India, Washington D.C, USA, The following OCI guidelines have been in force since 2005: OCI card is required to be re-issued each time a new passport is acquired by the cardholder up to the age of 20 years. OCI card is required to be re-issued once on acquiring a new passport after completing 50 years of age. The Government of India has decided to grant further extension in time till 31st December 2020 to get the OCI cards re-issued in accordance with above guidelines. As and when the current prohibition on international a...
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Traveling amidst COVID? Guidelines for Passengers issued by Indian Authorities

With domestic flights all set to start operations from 25th May, here are some guidelines for all passengers. This information has been shared by the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India.1. Guidelines for passengers while heading towards airports 2. Guidelines for passengers at the airport 3. Guidelines for passengers at security check-in 4. Guidelines for passengers at security hold area 5. Guidelines for passengers inside the aircraft 6. Guidelines for passengers from airport to destination Source: Ministry of Civil Aviation, India This information is reproduced “as is” without warranty of any kind. 8 posts - 1 participant Read full topic
Business Ideas for Development – Call for Proposals, Germany
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Business Ideas for Development – Call for Proposals, Germany

Are you originally from India and currently live in Germany? Do you have an innovative business idea which you want to realise in your country of origin? ‘Business Ideas for Development’ (in German: ‘Geschäftsideen für Entwicklung’) will provide support for your project! We offer individual coaching, bear expenses for your market exploration travels and provide grants of up to EUR 5,000 to fund the first steps towards starting up your business. Business Ideas for Development is an initiative of the Migration & Diaspora Programme that is implemented by the Centre for International Migration and Development (CIM) on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Business Ideas for De-velopment supports migrants fro...
Samvaad: Staying Connected with Indian Businesses in Germany
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Samvaad: Staying Connected with Indian Businesses in Germany

Attention Indian businesses in Germany! Samvaad is a new platform of the Indian Embassy in Berlin to stay connected with Indian Businesses. This outreach effort comes at a time when the COVID-19 crisis is afflicting world economy. This platform helps companies share difficulties faced by them during these times and best practices and solutions to overcome these and ensure business continuity are exchanged. The below press release will give you further insights. ger busi729×960 71.3 KB Stay connected with Embassy of India, Berlin. Please register here. Source: Indian Embassy, Berlin Disclaimer: Information in this thread is reproduced “as is” without warranty of any kind. 1 post - 1 participant Read full topic
MADAD – Grievances pertaining to consular services by Indian Embassies abroad addressed!
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MADAD – Grievances pertaining to consular services by Indian Embassies abroad addressed!

Do you have grievances pertaining to the Consular Services offered by the Indian Missions/Posts abroad? How many times have to had to follow up for that passport issue or OCI issue? So here comes your MADAD (help) ! The Consular Services Management System (MADAD) has been setup for users to register grievances pertaining to the Consular Services offered by the Indian Missions/Posts abroad. Additionally the feedback can also be provided in the form of appreciation and suggestion through portal itself. MADAD enables online logging and tracking of grievances. The following category of grievances will be entertained: Note that the portal cannot be used for visa, passport queries, emergency travel documents, or attestation of documents. In addition to this, a students registration module for In...