For beginners we will have course with duration of 5 months from Monday to Friday weekly 5 days for preparation of JLPT N5 level exam after completing n5 level students can continue with us for learning next N4 and N3 level.
In today’s global village, we all need to be skilled language learners.
Do you want to build a successful language career?
Scope of Japanese in India
1. Career Scope of Learning Japanese language.
Japan is third biggest investor in India after Singapore and Malaysia with USD
29.5 bn investment in India since year 2000.
Japan is the leader in many sectors like automobiles, animation, consumer
electronics, computers, optical media, semiconductor manufacturing,
infrastructure, shipbuilding, and many more.
Prominent Japanese brands such as Sony, Honda, Panasonic, Hitachi, Toshiba,
Sanyo, Casio, Canon, Minolta, Pioneer, Nikon, Fujitsu, Suzuki, Toyota,
Mitsubishi, and hundreds of more have infiltrated the Indian market in a wide
range of sectors and still expanding.
Being able to communicate with potential clients, customers, and colleagues can open many doors. The ability to speak the Japanese language in India offers many jobs that require languages.
Today, many companies are searching for Japanese language specialists in Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, and other cities in India. You can find new Japanese openings in MNCs across India. When you study, you don’t only speak fluently but also gain an insider view of the culture.
Anime, sushi, Sony PlayStation, Nintendo, Hello Kitty, Sudoku, karaoke, manga, martial arts, origami, and more – think about how our daily lives are enriched and entertained by different Japanese products.
After completing N5 level one will be able to read and understand typical expressions and sentences written in hiragana, katakana, and basic kanji. Also One will be able to listen and comprehend conversations about topics regularly encountered in daily life and classroom situations, and is able to pick up necessary information from short conversations spoken slowly.
Do you love Japanese culture?
I’m sure you do.
It is one of the prime reasons why people learn Japanese. After all, the Japanese give you an exclusive insight into this culture and customs. Japan is a lovely country with a diverse, vibrant, unique, and long history. It’s a mélange of traditional and modern practices. As a result, the country has plenty of historical places and some of the friendliest people in the world.
There is hardly anyone that doesn’t know sushi, karaoke, manga, Pokemon, bonsai, origami, Nintendo, and many more.
All of these had accelerated people’s interest in learning the Japanese language.
Japanese created some of the most globally successful characters like Hello Kitty, Doraemon, Mario, Sailor Moon, Goku, Pikachu, Dragon Ball Z, Astro Boy.
From J-pop to enthralling Movies to help you learn Japanese, beautiful house of worship to entertaining sumo, delicious cuisine to mesmerizing mountains, lively animation to enjoyable comics.
The list is virtually infinite!
2. The Competitive Advantage
The majority of people in India who learn a foreign language choose one of the famous European languages. Japanese is not always the first choice for people looking to learn a foreign language in India.
But maybe it should be. Choosing a less commonly taught language will pop out on your CV and differentiate you from the crowd.
Studying Japanese isn’t easy, and it will take time. How long?
It’s probably fair to say the average learner needs a commitment of a minimum of 3 to 5 years, and possibly more.
Of the hundreds of people, I’ve seen learning Japanese over the past 14 years, only about 5% succeeded in achieving the Japanese language with a higher competency level.
3. Higher Studies in Japan
Japan is one of the famous study abroad destinations for Indian students who want to venture overseas.
With approximately 1,000 universities and educational institutions from which to choose, the academic options for international students are nearly endless.
The Japanese people always respect learning and support, sharing their language and customs with international students and visitors.
Japan is one of the most prosperous countries in the world. Ranking third overall in the globe in the economy. The small country is a world leader in innovation and R&D in Science and Technology.
It is no surprise that Japan has the highest number of Nobel prize winners in Asia, thanks to its extraordinary and exemplary academic tradition.
It will enable you to a high-quality higher education opportunity steeped in the relentless pursuit of knowledge and progress.
Although Japan is an expensive place to live, there are many good institution options at an affordable price.
Traveling would become more comfortable for you by the time you have started speaking Japanese.
You can check the Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO).
It is an incredible resource for international students planning to study in Japan!