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RGU, Vivekananda Kendra ink MoU to promote Japanese language

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ITANAGAR, Aug 25: The Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) and Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari, inked a
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to formalise their collaboration in promoting the learning and
teaching of Japanese language.
The MoU, signed on Thursday, aimed at facilitating teaching, research, faculty, and student
development, as well as cultural exchange, mutually benefiting both the institutions.
The MoU signing event witnessed the participation of key representatives from both parties, a
communique said here on Friday.
Director of the Institute of Distance Education atU Prof Ashan Riddi and Bhanudas Dhakras, General
Secretary of Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari, affixed their signatures to the agreement.
RGU vice-chancellor Prof Saket Kushwaha, welcomed the MoU as a promising stride towards fostering
education, rural development, and empowerment activities. He expressed confidence that the
collaboration would yield actionable results, given the considerable potential of Vivekananda Kendra.
The core objective of the MoU is to establish a framework for inter-institutional cooperation in teaching
and research. Japanese language education will take centre stage in this collaboration.
As per the MoU, Vivekananda Kendra will provide syllabi, course management and instructional staff for
the Japanese Language project.
Underlining the contemporary significance of Japanese language proficiency, Prof Riddi underscored its
relevance in the global job market.
The partnership’s focal point is the introduction of a six-month certificate course in Basic Japanese
Language. The curriculum will encompass grammar and scripts, including Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji.
Learners will acquire both conversational fluency and precise writing

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