From: SULAIMAN DAWOOD <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sun, May 12, 2013 at 9:42 AM
Subject: [Hyderabad-Rocks] Jobs for Indians on embassy website
Jobs for Indians on embassy website
RIYADH: ARAB NEWS
Sunday 12 May 2013
Last Update 12 May 2013 1:13 am
The Indian Embassy in Riyadh has a list of companies on its website offering employment for workers wanting to change jobs.
This is one of a number of services outlined by the embassy yesterday to help its nationals. There is also advice provided for those wanting to go home.
A press note said that the embassy continues to get requests from companies in Saudi Arabia offering employment to Indians who wish to change their jobs. This information is available on its website.
The embassy is currently studying the details of the labor concessions announced by the Saudi authorities on Friday and will provide regular advisories on any clarifications needed.
The embassy also advised the Indian community to regularly check its website atwww.indianembassy.org.sa for information published in various regional languages.
It also said that the embassy would continue to collect emergency certificate (EC) applications from those wanting to leave Saudi Arabia on exit visas. Those who have submitted EC applications would get their papers in due course.
Workers also have to provide information on whether they want to continue to work in Saudi Arabia by using the concessions announced by the Saudi authorities on Friday. The embassy will contact each EC applicant either by telephone or through volunteers. The embassy will establish EC distribution centers in various cities in the Kingdom as required.
It said the embassy in Riyadh has strengthened its 24-hour help desk with more people and more telephone lines. The telephone lines are 01-4884697, 01-4881982, 0501699879, 0501700106, 0501699895, 0501699894. The helpline numbers of the consulate in Jeddah are 02-2611483, 02-2614093 and 0596810574.
The embassy also announced that the ambassador would hold a meeting with volunteers and Indian community workers on the embassy premises at the Diplomatic Quarter in Riyadh at 4 p.m. on May 14.
The consul general in Jeddah will hold a similar meeting with community workers at 4 p.m. on May 15. Another meeting of volunteers and community workers will be held at the International Indian School, Dammam at 6 p.m. on May 17.
The embassy thanked Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah and the authorities for the concessions. It added that the Riyadh Embassy and consulate in Jeddah are fully equipped to help the Indian community.