Our students to learn Japanese culture and language – Vice Chancellor

Ranchi:  Japanese Fest was organized in Ranchi University on Friday. It was organized by the Japanese company Tamai Ovatdam India Private Limited. Ranchi University Vice Chancellor Prof. Ajit Kumar Sinha was the chief guest in this program.

He said, there will be free Japanese language demo classes on 12-13. Representatives of the Japanese company told that by learning Japanese language one can get a job in Japan. At the same time, one can also connect with Japanese civilization, Sanskrit and other things. Also explained about many methods of mathematics. The students present have been taught mathematics.

Vice Chancellor of Ranchi University, Prof. Dr. Ajit Kumar Sinha said that a Japanese language course is being started in Ranchi University. It is a matter of achievement for us here. Along with learning the Japanese language, our students will also learn Japanese work culture and discipline. This course proves to be very employable for the youth of Jharkhand.

Learning the Japanese language is a great career choice for Indians in every respect. Keeping this in mind, a Japanese language course is being started in Ranchi University. To start this course, Ranchi University has signed a MoU with Japan. 

Miss Tamai, CEO of the Japanese team, addressed everyone in Hindi and said that we can also understand each other’s culture and customs through this fest. I want to encourage you all to learn the Japanese language. I believe that India will become a world leader and India and Japan will cooperate with each other.

He said that Japan’s population is small, but Japan is doing very good work in every field. Be it bullet train or IT, Electroxi Japan is a leader in every field. Mathematics teacher Kubushan, who came from Japan, gave a presentation on the use of Math in everyday life. Japan is a leading country in robotics, IT, electronics and manufacturing. Professors from various departments, Deputy Director of Vocational Dr. Smriti Singh and others were present.

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