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NORKA Routes Reclamation for Malayalee Nursers in the UK As the first phase of UK reclamation, the District Hospital in Iowa is retaining for the NSH Trust and about 25 related trusts.
Large vacuities for nursers and midwives are anticipated then. BSc, GNM and Midwifery campaigners can apply. Eligible campaigners will be refunded for OET/ IELTS examination figure and CBT charges.
Backing in writing the OSCE test is also available upon appearance in the UK. Must pass OSCE within eight months. Payment will be over to euros during this period. After earning the OSCE, the payment will be between and euros.


Norca Roots is transferring nursers to the UK as part of its sweats to expand its reclamation to further European countries after initiating the process of retaining nursers to Germany through the Triple Win design. Reclamation is fully free.
For details visit thewebsite
www.norkaroots.org
or call the risk free number 18004253939. Missed call service is also available from abroad on 0091 88020 12345.
email- [email protected]

Vacancies in Kerala Infrastructure Investment Fund Board (KIFB) There are 50 vacancies in various notifications. Apply online.

Post, Vacancy, Eligibility in Order

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  • Junior Consultant – PSC (18): BTech Civil / Electrical / Mechanical Engineering with 3 years experience
  • Inspection Engineer (11): BTech Civil, 5 years experience
  • Resident Engineer – PSC (7): BTech Civil, 10 years experience
  • Draftsman – PSC (7): Diploma in Civil Engineering with 5 years experience
  • Project Associate (5): BTech / MBA with 2 years experience
  • Senior Coordinator (2): BTech Civil / Electrical / Mechanical Engineering with 15 years experience

For More details visit the website www.cmdkerala.net Last date for submission of application – March 30

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KIFB (Kerala Infrastructure Investment Fund Board)
KIIFB) was constituted by Government of Kerala as a Body Corporate financial institution in the Indian state of Kerala to mobilize funds for infrastructure development from outside the state revenue. KIIFB is a statutory body constituted by the ‘Kerala Infrastructure Investment Fund Act, 1999’ (Act 4 of 2000).

The current mandate of KIIFB is to provide funding support to priority major projects at a total outlay of INR 50,000 Cr in five years starting from the financial year 2016-17. So far KIIFB has approved 821 projects for INR 60,102.51 Cr. The projects cover all the vital sectors like Education, Health Care, Transport (roads, bridges, waterways and light metro rail), Electricity, Water Supply etc.

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