From left: Mr.Belin Raj, CEO &Founder, Fervidus, Dr.R.S.Kumar, Principal, ACT, Mr.Satoshi Akimoto, Senior Vice-President, Polyhose India Private Limited, Mr.Nojo Joe, Regional Manager, AKIBAY Restaurants
OBJECTIVE OF JAPANESE LANGUAGE TRAINING
Preparing our students for a great career ahead is of paramount importance to each and every one of us. An amazing value addition to our Engineering and Technology programs is the foreign language training. In this era of globalization working knowledge of Japanese will add value to the career of our students. There are more than 200 Japanese companies in TamilNadu alone and about 3000 companies in our Country. World over Japanese products are synonym to Quality. Another addition is the vast requirement of Indian Professionals for
IT companies setting off-shore business units in Japan. Our College has taken this leap forward towards training our students in the Japanese Language.
Agni College of Technology, Thalambur, Chennai, organized the opening ceremony of Japanese Language Skill Training Programme – ACT NIPRO(Nippon Professionals) at the College premises on Wednesday, 28th March 2018 at 10.30 a.m.The programme started with an invocation and lighting of traditional lamp. Dr. R.S. Kumar, Principal, ACT, delivered the Welcome Address. He highlighted the importance of value added courses and mainly about the Japanese language which has wide scope in the present scenario. Mr. Satoshi Akimonto, Senior Vice-President, Polyhose India Private Limited, was the Chief Guest of the function. He enlightened the students on the vast opportunities available through the Skill training. He said that there are more than 200 Japanese companies in TamilNadu and about 3000 companies all over India. He briefed about the vast requirements of Indian Professionals for IT companies setting off-shore business units in Japan.Mr. Belin Raj, CEO, Fervidus and Mr.Nojo Joe, Regional Manager, AKIBAY Restaurants, were the Guest of Honor. Dr. Kavitha Vijayaraghavan, HoD, Chemical Engineering proposed Vote of thanks and the programme ended with National anthem.
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