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JLPT Course Level

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N4 and N5 measure the level of understanding of basic Japanese mainly learned in class. N1and N2 measure the level of understanding of Japanese used in a broad range of scenes in actual everyday life. N3 is a bridging level between N1/N2 and N4/N5.

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ISO Certified Japanese Training Center

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Navis Nihongo Training Center Pvt Ltd has received its ISO 9001:2015 certification for Japanese Language Training.This certification confirms Navis focus on quality training, customer satisfaction, and the drive for continuous improvement.

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Successfully Completed Corporate batch

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Another Corporate batch successfully completes the Short term Japanese Language training , We wish them Good luck for their Bright Future. — at Navis Institute of Foreign Language.

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Japanese Course Available

Level Duration Content
JLPT N5 140 HRS Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji 110, Basic Level Grammar, Vocabulary
JLPT N4 150 HRS Kanji 200, Supplementary level Grammar, Vocabulary
JLPT N3 160 HRS Kanji 330, Higher level Expression, Vocabulary
JLPT N2 160 HRS Kanji 380, Advanced Level Expression, Grammar and Vocabulary
JLPT N1 300 HRS Kanji 1000, Expert level Expressions, Grammar
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Indo- Japan technical training Dharmendra Pradhan felicitating the first batch of interns going to Japan for Indo- Japan technical training.

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Dharmendra Pradhan felicitates 22 organizations and TITP interns

A way forward to Prime Minister’s bilateral visit to Japan, seeking to deepen ties with the world’s third largest economy, Dharmendra Pradhan, union minister for Petroleum & Natural Gas and Minister for Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE), felicitated twenty-two sending organisations and the first batch of Interns being sent for a Technical Training Programme in Japan to replicate japan-like efficiency in our country.

Also present at the event were Dr K P Krishnan, Secretary, MSDE; Asheesh Sharma, Joint Secretary, MSDE and Jayant Krishna, ED & COO, National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).

The Batch marks successful beginning of synergy between Japan’s advanced technology and India’s rich human resources.

Dharmendra Pradhan said, “I am extremely delighted to have felicitated the first batch and met each and every Intern in person. They are our brand ambassadors for the Programme and an inspiration for future batches. On their return such highly-skilled talent pool will not only bring in international best practices but will strengthen the ‘Make in India’ mission. I wish them success.”

He further added, “I would also like to welcome all the Sending Organisations who have joined the Programme and hope that they will nurture qualitative interns, thereby, contributing towards making India ‘Skill Capital of the World’ in line with the vision of our respected Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi. This is just a beginning with Japan. We hope to do many such engagements with other countries as well”

The first batch of 15 students has completed pre–departure training at CII’s Chennai facility and have received their Internship Offer Letters form a leading Automotive manufacturer in Japan. They have been trained by native Japanese Trainers, engaged specifically for the Programme to ensure high quality training in varied divisions like production, quality department, technical department etc.

These interns mostly hail from rural villages of Southern Tamil Nadu. They belong to economically weaker sections of the society with average family income ranging from INR 40,000 – INR 80,000 per annum. As per the Program requirement they come with an experience of 6 months to 1 year. Most of them were engaged in the manufacturing sector where they earned INR 8000 to INR 10000 per month.

Under the Program, they will be earning almost INR 60000 to INR 65000 per month, post statutory deductions. Thereby, giving them a huge financial and professional advantage, which will not only enhance their standard of living but will also benefit their families, at large.