Nagarjuna University to offer crash course in Japanese
Nagarjuna University To Offer Crash Course In Japanese. Like the way south Indian languages including Telugu is now taught in some Japanese...
Andhra Pradesh government in its efforts to woo the Japanese investors to the state is also planning a crash course in Japanese language to its officers as well as skilled workers. The government says that this will make sure that the Japanese investors are extended youkoso (Welcome) in their own language whenever they come to work on sites in capital city or other places.
The state is also planning to offer courses in in Japanese at Nagarjuna University and intends to set up a Japanese Language Institute to teach the language to students and youth of the state and enhance their employability in the Japanese-managed companies. This institute will be run by Japanese nationals, says a CMO official at the Secretariat who are whetting the proposals.
The course will begin from the current academic year with a six-month crash course to officers and resource persons engaged in the projects. Full-fledged courses in the language will also be soon offered at the institute.