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  • Tejas: Training in Emirate Jobs & Skills
  • Tejas project extends across blue-collar jobs and mid-level workforce as well

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Want a job in Gulf? The govt is making it easier for you to get one

Govt is launching a training and upskilling program called Training in Emirate Jobs & Skills (Tejas)

Tejas, that is the new keyword in skilling and aiming for a job in the UAE. The government is launching a programme in partnership with leading businesses in the middle east to upskill and re-skill overseas workers.

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Under Tejas, or Training in Emirate Jobs & Skills the govt is hoping to place 10,000 Indian workers in a year and 100,000 across the GCC [Gulf Cooperation Council] region over the next five years as per a report in Indian Express.

The Tejas project extends across blue-collar jobs, including electricians, plumbers, multi-skilled technicians, welders, food and beverage service operators, cooks, car/bike riders and the mid-level workforce, which includes IT, finance and healthcare professionals.

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