Director General of the Department of Foreign Employment, Krishna Prasad Dawadi, stated that changes to the curriculum have already begun in response to proposals from various sources to simplify the technical aspects of the topic.
According to Dawadi, the announcement about job opportunities in Israel would be published as soon as the demand from Israel is received.
If a person has passed grade ten and finished a 15-month training program in Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery (ANM) or Community Medicine Assistant, they are deemed eligible for the job (CMA). According to the directive, a person who has completed grade 12 and received associated training from a government recognized center is also qualified, while excellent character and competence in the English language are pre-requisites.
According to him, the amendment will be finished within a week, and Israel will be notified of the carers’ preparations.
On September 20, 2020, Nepal and Israel struck an agreement to send Nepali caregivers to Israel. According to the agreement, the process would begin with the dispatch of 5,000 caretakers in the first phase.
The “Directive for sending talented Nepali workers to Israel, 2078” has already been published by the Ministry of Labour, Employment, and Social Security.
Employees will be responsible for the required charge if the employer fails to pay, according to the rule.
The agreement between the governments of Nepal and Israel, on the other hand, stipulates that the employer will cover the cost of the aircraft ticket, insurance, medical testing, security fund, and labor approval.