According to the annual report of the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs, Saudi Arabia continues to be a desired destination among low- and semi-skilled workers from India, attracting 289,297 people in 2011.
What does MOIA stand for?
MOIA stands for Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs (India)
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- Military Oceanographic Intelligence Center
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- Ministry of International Cooperation (Egypt)
- Missile Ordnance Inhibit Circuit
- Modern Icelandic (linguistics)
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According to the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs, there are approximately 7.
The Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs is implementing the 'e-migrate' project that will provide end-to-end computerised solutions for all processes emigration system.
The Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs (MOIA) is working on special schemes for non-resident Indians such as the Mahatma Gandhi Pravasi Suraksha Yojana and the Pravasi Bharatiya Bima Yojana Policy.
If a worker contributes a minimum of Rs4,000 (Dh260) per annum for at least five years towards this fund, he/she could get at least Rs30,000 (Dh1,965) after going back home, according to an official at the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs.
The electronic ratification of labour contracts over Internet was introduced recently in collaboration with India's Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs.
Roza Otunbaeva during her informal visit to Delhi since February 13 was familiarized with the activities of the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs, the Indian Ministry of Agriculture, social sector nongovernmental organizations, Self-Sufficient Women's Association and ITC Agri Business Development Company.