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Saturday, April 20, 2013

TCIL offers jobs for Indians in red category

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Subject: [tanzeemhumhindustani] TCIL offers jobs for Indians in red category
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TCIL offers jobs for Indians in red category
 
RIYADH — The Embassy of India is receiving queries from green category companies in Saudi Arabia offering placement to those Indian workers affected by Nitaqat program.

According to a press release on Wednesday, the request received include that of Telecommunications Consultants India Ltd. (TCIL), which is looking for surveyors, draftsmen, supervisors (electrical and fiber optical), transformer technicians, masons, painters, overhead lines construction technicians, carpenters, heavy duty drivers with Saudi driving license, machine operator with license, electrical cable jointers, splicers, data entry operators, welders, substation technicians, electricians and laborers.

Those who wish to change from red category to TCIL may apply to P. Suresh Babu, joint general manager (administration), Telecommunications Consultants India Limited, Building No. 6997, Abdul Latif Bin Abdul Rehman Road, Naseem Area, P.O. Box 88987, Riyadh 11672 or email to tcilksa@tcil-india.com or contact V. Anand, administrative officer, phone number 2378671, extension 231.

Another major Saudi company in new industrial area has approached the embassy offering placement for around 300 Indian workers (skilled and unskilled) currently in red category companies. Those interested may contact P.T. Chandramohan, cell phone number 0564423989 or email chandram@riyadh-cables.com.

The embassy urges other companies in green category to come forward with such placement offers to Indians in red category companies. In case of any legal complications for transfer of iqamas, the embassy could be contacted for initial legal assistance. — SG
 

 


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Thanks & Best Regards,
 
 
AIJAZ AHMED
Dammam
Saudi Arabia