Guwahati: An exciting news for the youths of Northeast India as NEC Technologies India (NEC India) and Jaceex Ventures LLP, which operates the Japan Center of Excellence (JACEEX), have jointly launched a training program focused at them.
About 1,000 members are expected to profit by this training program over the coming years which will allow them exposure to the Japanese business practices, its language and culture.
Via this partnership, NEC will fill in as knowledge partner through its intercultural training academy and language, NEC Japanese Language Academy (NJLA), and JACEEX will set up Jaceex Japanese Language Academies (JJLA) centres in different Northeastern cities. JACCEX as of now operates one nodal institute in Guwahati-Assam. NEC India and JACEEX will likewise train students from various colleges and universities in the Northeastern area.
Piyush Sinha, deputy managing director of NEC India, said that these investments in Northeast India will improve the physical infrastructure and focus more on social well being, talent development, and basic human needs. He added that this will improve the employability option by providing a gateway to new opportunities.
Jaceex Ventures operates JACEEX with a central goal of sensitizing the young people of the Northeast region about Japan. With the idea to prepare the youths of Northeast for future opportunities in Japan-related companies, JACEEX prepares the youths for the Japanese culture, way of work, lifestyle, and language as well.
The NEC Japanese Language Academy (NJLA) had its inception in 2016 to disperse Japanese language aptitudes among aspiring Indian youths. The goal is to contribute to the mutual economic growth of Japan and India by providing support to overcome the two major obstructions — culture and language.
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