Foundation



We were born to be a catalyst, facilitating recruiters hiring for clients in International markets

Mid 1970’s was the beginning of a golden era for migrants from India travelling to the Middle East in search of employment. The Government of India - observing the trend, decided to streamline and create a formal structure within the Ministry of Labour, ensuring registration of Overseas Recruitment Agencies who would be authorized to do business with overseas Employer’s.

Recruiting Agents Association of India later renamed on 11th July 1997 as Indian Personnel Export Promotion Council (IPEPCIL), was formed as an association representing the interests of these registered agencies. IPEPCIL was envisioned as being a platform which would address the grievances of the overseas recruitment community and wherever required lobby with the Indian authorities to help ameliorate the business environment for the fraternity.

The founding members of this council included Mr. Gautam Shah, Mr. V. K. Bhatia, Mr. B. K. Nigam, Mr. C. V. Kuruvilla, Mr. Anil Parker, Mr. S. C. Dutta, Mr. Ray Torcato and Mr. Adi Tarapore.

Why We Exist



Our raison d'etre - to act as a lynchpin connecting Recruitment Agents, Candidates and relevant Ministries.

IPEPCIL is a council devoted to resolving the grievances of the overseas recruitment community. This council consists of registered Recruiting Agencies alone, who will have access to the services and redressal.

The IPEPCIL has been working towards keeping the community content and happy through effective complaint registration and redressal. What’s the most important is the sense of belonging that the community harbors. This is our ultimate aim and objective- to be able to successfully generate and maintain this feeling of belonging in the community and provide effective redressal of issues and grievances of the overseas recruiting community.

IPEPCIL - A contributor to India’s Progress and Economic growth!

The smooth functioning of Recruiting agencies is necessary for the nation’s progress, since they contribute towards job creation and remittance. India’s remittance is expected to grow at 2.5%. This will serve as a major contributor for India’s progress in the larger scheme of things.

The work of the IPEPCIL isn’t limited to being a grievance redressal committee alone. It is also actively involved with the OIs for the promotion of trade and investment, emigration, education, culture, health and science & technology.


Managing Committee    View All


Member Name

Mr. Abdul Rehman C.H

(President)

Member Name

Dr. Sureshkumar Madhusudhanan

(General Secretary)

Member Name

Mr. Kalimulla Sharif

(Treasurer)

Member Name

Mr. Mohib Ali Nasser

(Vice-President)

Member Name

Mr. Mohammed Moulana

(Vice-President)

Member Name

Mr. Abdul Rahim Khan

(Jt.Secretary)

Member Name

Mr. Suman Jaitly

(Jt.Secretary)

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