CM to set up World Kerala Center to strengthen relations with NRIs

DATE: 07-Oct-2019 Reported By: Desabhimani Pravasi

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan says the World Kerala Center will be set up to strengthen relations with NRIs and Kerala. NORKA's expat ID card holders and their family members can get a 7 percent discount on passenger fares at Oman Airways. It will try to get it from more airlines. The Chief Minister was speaking at a meeting of expat Malayalees at Dubai Indian Academy School.

The Union Civil Aviation Minister last week assured that more aircraft will be allowed in that sector by specially marked off routes. It was promised that they would be booked in advance and booked.

The Government of Kerala has initiated many projects for the welfare of expatriates. The talented Malayalees are working all over the world. The Lok Sabha was formed as a part of utilizing their knowledge at home. The Subcommittee has recommended that a company be set up to undertake development projects and ensure expatriate participation.

As part of this, Overseas Keralaites Investment and Holding Limited formed an investment mobilization company.
Kerala Pravasi Chitti has made it possible for the expatriates to secure a safe income and develop the country. The business facilitation center under Norka Routes, the rehabilitation program for returning expatriates, and the Norka Department's Project for Return Migrants project have been developed.

25 crore during the last fiscal. More than ten crore were distributed to 1718 beneficiaries this year.

A recruitment unit is headquartered in the North Roots headquarters to make recruitment legal, transparent and secure. Nork Roots is a Recruitment Agency approved by the Government of India.

The government is seriously considering providing the necessary training to the workers. This will give you the opportunity to go to work that is part of training. The Certificate Attestation is facilitated at the Norka Roots Regional Offices. NORKA ROOTS is the only institution in Kerala authorized by the Central Government to certify educational certificates.

Pravasi ID is to ease the difficulty of contacting the Government of Kerala. Issuing the card. Any NRI who has a Multipurpose Photo ID Card can easily access the required service through Norka Roots. Over four lakh people have so far received ID cards online. Each card holder receives Rs 2 lakh as personal accidental coverage. Steps have been taken to ensure the assistance of Malayalee lawyers for those facing legal problems during their exile.

Necessary interventions are being carried out with the central government to increase the number of Malayalees in the embassies. The Global Contact Center has been launched since February 15th. This 24-hour toll-free system can be used to report complaints and services received by expatriates. The center can also be contacted by phone, email, sms and live chat.

Women's NRI to deal with problems of expat sisters The cell started at Norka Roots. Training programs have been prepared to increase capacity and skills as technology changes. The International Employer Conference will be held in December in Kochi.

The ambulance service that the IMA has launched to bring home the sick and dying has benefited many people. The increase in NRE pension from Rs 500 to Rs 2000 is part of the concern for expatriates.

The government is trying to solve the small and big problems of the diaspora with them. There is no need to hesitate to contact the government on any issue. The Chief Minister said that necessary steps would be taken to ensure that.

Speaker P. Sri Ramakrishnan presided over the function. Ministers E.P. Jayarajan, Kadakkampalli Surendran and Norka Vice Chairman K Sivakumar. Varadarajan, Chief Minister's Media Advisor John Brittas Murali, N.K. And Kunhahammed.