Yusuffali MA nominated to Indian govt migration council

Dubai - ICM is tasked with equipping the country’s human resources in the field of employment to international standards.

Yusuffali MA. — Supplied photo
Yusuffali MA. — Supplied photo

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Published: Mon 18 Jan 2021, 3:32 PM

Last updated: Mon 18 Jan 2021, 4:36 PM

Yusuffali MA, chairman and managing director of UAE based Lulu Group International has been nominated as expert member of the Governing Council of India Centre for Migration (ICM) by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Government of India. A notification in this regard has been issued by the Ministry. ICM is a committee that undertakes research and studies on migration of Indian workers for overseas employment and supports informed policy making in MEA.

ICM is tasked with equipping the country’s human resources in the field of employment to international standards, providing guidance for promoting employment in foreign countries, highlighting India as a country with a highly qualified and skilled workforce, and preparing welfare schemes for the Indian working community abroad.

ICM also partners with individuals, institutions and governments to drive empirical, analytical and policy related research; enhance capacities and pilot good practices in international migration and its governance.

The committee, chaired by the secretary, ministry of external affairs, also includes the secretary, ministry of finance, the secretary, ministry of labour and the secretary, ministry of small and medium enterprises.

Yusuffali MA said: “I sincerely thank the Indian Govt under the able leadership of PM Modi for considering me for this strategically important nomination. I will use my experience of almost 5 decades in the Middle East both as an NRI businessman and as an employer of more than 30,000 Indians to further enrich the diaspora. My efforts will be more towards preparing the new generation as a global professional fit for todays fast-evolving business environment, especially considering the challenging times we are going through.”— business@khaleejtimes.com

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