The meeting of the NRI Council saw the signing of the MOU between the GIO (Global Indian Organization) and the IETO which was witnessed by the MOS External Affairs, Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi, High Commissioner of Tanzania Ms. Anisa Mbega and Noted Motivational speaker Shiv Khera with the Vice President of the GIO, Mr. Shiraj Ahuja.
Serving and supporting the needs of NRI community to connect to the world
NRIs from Asian Arab region will come together during the PBD2023 to meet and exchange business networking with people.
Business focus in the areas of East and Central African nations where NRIs are present in big numbers.
IETO creates customised business trade delegations to various states in India to enable them to identify appropriate investm
The Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs was created by the Government of India for developing closer relations with the Indian Diaspora. As a result of this, the new initiatives for the diaspora have not only become feasible but noe they can be easily followed up effectively in quick time.
The Ministry acts as a Relationship Manager, since the relations are to be cultivated. It acts as a Partnership Manager, to build partnerships at the individual, institutional and the civil society levels. It also acts a direct Service Provider in areas like dual citizenship, emigration clearances, etc. Apart from these, it even acts as an indirect Service Provider in areas like Education, Health, Investment, etc.
The Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs is headed by Vayalar Ravi, who has the rank of a Cabinet Minister. On the administrative side, a Secretary to the Government of India heads the Ministry.
The Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs (MOIA) is the quintessential people’s agency, a one-stop address for the overseas Indians. Established in 2004, it is a young, compact, interactive and contemporary Ministry of the Government of India. Driven by a larger mission of development through coalitions sans borders, MOIA seeks to connect the matrices of the Diaspora story. It is therefore the nodal point which overseas Indians, Diaspora associations, trade and industry, lawmakers, think-tanks and opinion builders, key stakeholders of society and governance, and State Governments, turn to for information, partnerships and facilitation for all matter relating to overseas Indians.
n NRI or Non-Resident Indian is an Indian citizen who has spent less than 183 days of a financial year in India. An NRI does not pay any taxes in India and therefore struggles to make investments in India. With massive industrial development in India over the past two decades, the country is attracting more and more foreign Direct Investments (FDI). Therefore, NRIs now are considering India as a viable destination to earn profits by investing in India.
Following are some reasons why an NRI should invest in India:
Giving access to various engagements in NRI meetings and gatherings, get togethers globally in various regions in association with the embassies and missions.
Assistance with Travel and Tourism related issues for NRI’s who want to come back home to meet their relatives and explore tourism.
Many NRI’s look for engaging in trade and commerce bringing in talent and added human potential and qualifications from abroad that can be useful for local collaborations.