Knowledge of a foreign language is always a desirable add on to your CV. And when this language is Japanese, it can be all the more helpful in getting you an attractive job offer. With the Japan government organizations and privately owned businesses demonstrating enthusiasm for putting resources into Andhra Pradesh and joining the improvement of the state capital, Japanese dialect courses are being presented in three noteworthy colleges in the state.
The state government has chosen to present Japanese dialect courses in the three most seasoned and prestigious colleges in the state - Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur and Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati.
"It will give occupations to students, in the sense, Japanese financial specialists are demonstrating enthusiasm for Amaravati (up and coming capital) development and additionally acquiring interests in assembling and foundation," Parakala Prabhakar, counselor (Communications) to Andhra Pradesh government, said here on Wednesday.
"Along these lines, with a specific end goal to work for the Japanese firms (they will require) Japanese dialect, Japanese translators, Telugu to Japanese or English to Japanese, there will be parcel of interest for Japanese dialect abilities sooner rather than later," he said.
Boss clergyman N Chandrababu Naidu went to Japan twice since he accepted office one year back to charm Japanese speculators and to look for Japan's collaboration in creating base and the capital city.
The state government chose to have a Japanese work area in AP and has chosen a man, conversant in Japanese, to liaise with the Japanese organizations, Prabhakar, who was a piece of Naidu's assignment to Japan, said.
Japan government organizations like JBIC and JICA have communicated eagerness to get value stake in the organization skimmed by the AP government to regulate the development of its capital, named Amaravati.