Japanese language centre likely to be set up in ANU
Japanese language centre likely to be set up in ANU, Acharya Nagarjuna University Vice-Chancellor K Viyyanna Rao held discussions with the members of Japanese Team here on Sunday.
A five-member Japanese team holds talks with Vice-Chancellor
Guntur: Acharya Nagarjuna University Vice-Chancellor K Viyyanna Rao held discussions with the members of Japanese Team here on Sunday. The Japanese team explained to the Vice-chancellor about the number of employment opportunities in their country.
The five-member Japanese team which included Rajesh Pandya, Hoshino, Tomomi, Ide and Yanagi spoke of several employment opportunities in Japan. But they said the employment for the youth in Japan was open to those with the knowledge of Japanese language.
The team was accompanied by Prof Vijaya Prakash Vice-Chairman, APSCHE. They interacted with the principals, deans, heads of departments to explore the possibilities of introducing Japanese language centre in ANU.
Prof Vijaya Prakash said that Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu exhorted the youth to learn Japanese language. Several Japanese companies had been making beeline to establish industries in the State.
Nagarjuna University could be selected as centre for teaching Japanse language. The team members also interacted with the students in the Prof Balamohandas Seminar hall in the ANU.
The programme was organised by International students Cell ANU. The meeting was attended by Prof P Rajasekhar, Registrar ANU, Prof P Siddaiah, principal of Engendering College, ANU, Prof E Srinivasa Reddy, Dean Engineering College,, Prof Ramasubbaiah, Dean of Legal studies, Prof M V Ram Kumar Ratnam, Director, CDE, Prof.M.K.Rao, Dean, CDC, Students, Staff and Faculty members from Engineering Colleges, Science College and ISC.