These nurses boarded the All-Nippon Airways’ direct flight NH830 from Mumbai on Thursday evening.
According to Ms. Takako Oshibuchi, CEO NAVIS Human Resources Private Limited, with this NAVIS, which is a National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) accredited Sending Organization (SO), has sent a total of 46 nurses to Japan under TITP in the Nursing Care job roll category since March 2019. In addition, the company also sent out India’s first three Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) in October 2020 in the same job roll category.
Its mention worthy here that India had sent a total of 223 skilled workers in various TITP job roll categories to Japan by the year 2019, and there was no movement on this front in the following years 2020 and 2021 because of the Covid-19 Pandemic outbreak. Considering the given figures, NAVIS’ initiative of sending 46 skilled nurses and three SSW workers to Japan is a very significant accomplishment by any accredited SO in India.
NAVIS was established in 2002 as a Japanese language Training and Human Resource Company. Currently, as a Human Resource Development company for blue-collar workers in India, NAVIS provides a one-stop service from Recruitment, Japanese Language Training, Selecting Receiving Organization to Sending in the Sectors of Nursing Care, Hotel industry (Hospitality) and Agriculture through TITP and SSW Programs.