Hyderabad, Sept 4 (Hydnow) Telangana Overseas Manpower Company Limited (TOMCOM) is conducting a special drive to facilitate overseas job placements for nurses in various countries on September 8 at the Government College of Nursing, Kakatiya Medical College Campus, Warangal.
TOMCOM will be providing information about country-specific nursing and related job opportunities, as well as training and language skills to qualified candidates.
There is a large demand for qualified nurses and other healthcare workers in many developed countries, such as the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, the United Kingdom, Germany, and other European countries. TOMCOM is partnering with government as well as private registered agencies in these countries to offer overseas job placements to qualified candidates through safe and legal channels of migration.
Interested and eligible candidates must attend the drive with their updated resumes and relevant documents. For more details, visit www.tomcom.telangana.gov.in or contact 6302292450/7893566493. (Hydnow)
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