Here is an example that demonstrates the paucity of employment prospects in Nepal, as well as the rise in document fraud in the country.
According to the Department of Foreign Employment, 9,699 Nepalis applied for various positions in Israel as part of a government-to-government arrangement, but 2,790 of them were refused after it was discovered that they had submitted forged documentation.
According to the Department’s Director-General Deepak Kaphle, only the remaining 7,009 candidates were permitted to sit for the selection exams, which were held on Friday in the House of Representatives before members of the Industry, Commerce, Labor, and Consumer Interest Committee.
It was claimed that this demonstrated their verification was correct because “none of the candidates who had their applications refused has contacted us to enquire why they were rejected.” He went on to say that this demonstrated their verification was correct.
According to the department, only 6,317 of the 7,009 people who were eligible to take the exams actually did so, and 2,039 of them, comprising 1,395 women and 644 males, passed the exam.
They will now be interviewed, and 1,400 workers will be chosen for the position as a result of the process.