12,108 applicants pass Korean Language Test

- Post Report, Kathmandu

Jul 25, 2017-

As many as 12,108 Nepali youths aspiring for foreign jobs have passed the Korean Language Test (KLT) under the Employment Permit System (EPS) of South Korean government.

According to EPS Director Baburam Acharya, of the 59,000 examinees, 12,108 passed the language test.

Of the candidates who passed the KLT, 7,578 have been selected for agriculture and livestock sector, while 4,530 for manufacturing sector.

The process for conducting health tests and other official procedures for the successful candidates will not be held this year, he said. The process to send them to South Korea will start from February next year.

They will get 4 years and 10 months to work in Korea.

A total of 47,000 Nepali youth have already left for Korea under the EPS so far.

A person should pay USD 956 to go to Korea.



Published: 25-07-2017 19:11

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