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  • Jobs in Kulhudhuffushi

    Jobs in Kulhudhuffushi | Job Opportunities in Kulhudhuffushi

    Kulhudhuffushi is the capital of Haa Dhaalu Atoll directorial partition and geologically element of Thiladhummathi Atoll in north of the Maldives. Island of Kulhudhuffushi is one of the largest and most packed islands of Maldives. People of the town are found of hunting shark and working in cargo yacht. Often rainfalls destroyed the city permanently during 1812, 1819 and 1920 causing huge loss of human life, animals, infrastructure and economy. It is an origin of folk dance on the dumping sound of drums and “Kadhaa”. It is a myth that during folk dance on the beep of these instruments, several evil spirits, ghost and witchcrafts come and listens the music referring to as “Maali”. Kulhudhuffushi is very ancient town dating back to BC period. It has an estimated population of more than 38,000 inhabitants as per national population census conducted during 2009.

    Jobs in Hithadhoo

    Jobs in Hithadhoo | Job Opportunities in Hithadhoo

    Hithadhoo is the capital of Seenu Atoll of Maldives. It is situated on the island of the same name beside Seenu. It has very small land area of around 32 KM square with an estimated population of almost 19,000 inhabitants as per national population census conducted during 2008. Hithadhoo city of Maldives is abundantly grown by lushly vegetated palms and shrubs. Hithadhoo municipality has noticeable grimy roads, slender lanes, leaning houses and dense shrubbery. Dhivehi, Addu Bas is commonly spoken in the area. There are number of enlightening institutions including kindergartens, primary and secondary schools with the addition of colleges and few universities in private and public custody. Youngsters from Maradhoo, Maradhoo-Feydhoo, and Feydhoo attend secondary schools on Hithaadhoo for attaining certificate of O-level studies.

    Jobs in Male

    Jobs in Male | Job opportunities in Male

    Male is the capital and biggest city in the Republic of Maldives. Its populace is about 103,693. It is located at the southern border of North Male’ island. It is also one of the Administrative divisions of the Maldives. conventionally it was the King’s Island, from where the ancient Maldive Royal dynasties ruled and where the palace was situated. The city was also called Mahal. The central part of the city is formed by Male Island. Three more islands are division of the city. A commercial harbor is situated on Male Island. Male International Airport is on neighboring Hulhule Island which includes a seaplane base for internal transportation. The Islamic center, housing the main mosque Masjid-al-Sultan Mohammed Thakurufaanu-al-A’z’am of Male. The city is divided into six divisions, four of which are on Male Island: Henveiru, Galolhu, Maafannu and Macchangolhi. The first settlers in the Maldive islands were Dravidian people from the nearest shores, which are in the modern Indian Subcontinent and coastal Ceylon. The people of Giraavaru, an island situated in Male Atoll assert to descend from the first settlers of the Maldives, ancient Tamils.

    Jobs in Maldives

    Jobs in Maldives | Job opportunities in Maldives

    The Maldives or Maldive Islands are officially called Republic of Maldives, is an island country in the Indian Ocean formed by a dual sequence of twenty-six islands stretching all along north-south direction off India’s Lakshadweep islands, between Minicoy Island and Chagos Archipelago. The Republic of Maldives capital and biggest city is Malé, with a populace of 103,693. It is situated at the southern border of North Malé Island, in the Kaafu Island. It is also one of the managerial divisions of the Maldives. Conventionally it was the King’s Island, from where the very old Maldive Royal families ruled and where the palace was positioned.