The Northeast region witnessed its first-ever Indo-Japan centre where Japanese language is taught to students 

Guwahati: Ambassador of Japan to India, Satoshi Suzuki, and some of his colleagues were welcomed at the IL&FS Skills Center when Suzuki visited the first-ever Indo-Japan center of the Northeast recently.

The aspirants have an opportunity for paid internship in Japan for a period of three to five years under the training programme as Japanese language is being taught in the Centre free-of-cost.

Officials from Oil India, National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) & Nemcare Hospital, Guwahati, were also present to grace the event.

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The ceremony was followed by an interaction session where the leaders across the verticals interacted with the students of the Technical Intern Training Programme (TITP).

The ambassador, Suzuki, emphasised on the importance of believing in oneself if one wished to escalate in their career and wished students success for their future. He also appreciated the TITP Project team for extending support towards this endeavor.

On his visit, Nivedita Barthakur, zonal head, IL&FS Skills, quoted, “We are delighted to have Satoshi Suzuki here inspiring the youth to build a strong career for themselves. Our association with NSDC have helped us in expanding our efforts and penetration of skill development in north-east India. We are glad to receive a warm response from the aspirants enrolling themselves in the first batch of the Technical Intern Training Programme”.

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