|PDF Name||UK India Young Professionals Scheme Guidelines PDF|
|Last Updated||October 24, 2023|
|No. of Pages||21|
|PDF Size||0.29 MB|
|Category||Application Forms, Scheme Brochures & Guidelines PDF|
|Topic / Tag||Govt Scheme Guidelines|
|Source(s) / Credits||Sarkari Yojana|
UK India Young Professionals Scheme guidelines available to download in PDF format at www.gov.uk. The government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (“the UK”) and the government of the Republic of India (“India”), recognise the long-standing and historical bonds of friendship between the Participants and wishing to expand economic cooperation in the field of labour and employment to give a new impetus to the partnership. It is an MoU on Migration and Mobility Partnership between India and the United Kingdom.
UK India Young Professionals Scheme
The new UK India Young Professionals Scheme recognise the intensification in bilateral relations in recent years in political, economic, institutional and people-to-people exchanges. It reaffirm their determination to strengthen cooperation in the field of mobility and migration, with a view to encouraging the legal and orderly movement of students and professional skilled workers to each other’s countries, subject to the opportunities available.
It aims to resolve to prevent immigration abuse in both directions and to assure the return to the participant countries of illegal residents who have been properly identified by the procedure set out in this MoU. The new UK India Young Professionals Scheme acknowledges that human exchanges and migratory movements help to bring people together and are a factor of economic, social and cultural development for both participants countries.
Moreover, the new scheme will resolve to facilitate temporary and circular mobility, ensuring that UK and Indian nationals may enhance their skills which they can deploy in their countries of nationality. It would help in determining to jointly take appropriate steps to prevent and suppress illegal migration, smuggling of migrants and trafficking in human beings, in accordance with respective national legislation.