1) Fundamental Course I (JLPT: N5 Part I)
(On First come first serve basis )
This course is specially designed for the participants who have not studied Japanese language. During the course, the learners will be taught how to use the Japanese language in everyday life. Reading and Writing of 3 kinds of Japanese script i.e., Hiragana, Katakana, around 50 Kanji (Chinese characters) will be taught, along with this 400 words will also be introduced, through our special Easy Learning Teaching Methodology that makes the language easy to learn in an effective manner, this Methodology is developed by our Japanese language experts. Class will be taken mainly in Japanese to create a Japanese environment.
2) Fundamental Course II (JLPT: N5 Part II)
(Entrance Test is compulsory or Fundamental’s Course certificate by Nihongo Center)
After completing the Beginners Course, this course will focus on Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) N5, which includes basic elements of grammar, around 100 Kanji and 800 words. The learners will have the ability to engage in simple conversation and to read and write, basic sentences in Japanese.
3) Intermediate Course I (JLPT: N4 Part I)
(Entrance Test is compulsory or JLPT Level 4 or N5 certificate)
This course is for the learners who have already passed Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) Level 4 /N5, or have knowledge of Japanese language, equivalent to the same. After completing this course, the students will be able to converse with the Japanese people about their lifestyle, ideas, and also can exchange basic information about Japan and India and tackle elementary problems that foreigners may face in Japan. During the course, 150 Kanji and approximately 400 words will be taught.
4) Intermediate Course II (JLPT: N4 Part II)
(Entrance Test is compulsory or Basic Course certificate by Nihongo Center)
After completing the Intermediate Course, this course will focus on JLPT N4 which includes grammar to a limited level, around 300 Kanji and 1500 words. The learners will have the ability to take part in everyday conversation and to read and write simple sentences.
5) Pre-Advance Course I (JLPT: N3&N2 Part I)
(Entrance Test is compulsory or JLPT Level 3 / N4 certificate)
This course is for those participants having knowledge of Japanese language equivalent to JLPT Level 3 / N4, participants who have cleared our basic course can also join this course. In this course, the learners will learn not only daily conversation, but also how to use the polite language at their work place, and also about the work environment in Japan. During the course, 400 Kanji and around 2,500 words will be introduced.
6) Pre-Advance Course II (JLPT: N3&N2 Part II)
(Entrance Test is compulsory or Pre-Advance Course I certificate by Nihongo Center)
After completing the Pre-Advance Course I, this course will focus on JLPT level 2 /N2, or N3, around 1000 Kanji and 6000 words will be taught along with Japanese grammar. The learners will have the ability to converse, read and write about matters of a general nature.
7) Pre-Advance Course III (JLPT: N3&N2 Part III)
(Entrance Test is compulsory or Pre-Advance Course II certificate by Nihongo Center)
After completing the Pre-Advince Course II, this course will focus mainly on practicing listening and comprehension required JLPT N2 to make sure to clean it. JLPT N2 is supposed to be landmark to get a job as a Japanese language professional.
8) Advance Course (JLPT: N1)
(Entrance Test is compulsory or JLPT Level 2 /N2 certificate)
This course is for those who have already cleared JLPT Level 2/N2 or having knowledge equivalent to the same. People working as translators or interpreters in several fields will also get an opportunity to improve their language skills to professional level.
Conversation Course :
Content: Introduction of Japanese language
- Situational conversation
- How to tackle various situations in Japanese. (You may be in Japan or some Japanese is coming to India.)
- How to convey your message & how to get information in Japanese.
- Focus on communication skills (Neither on Grammar nor Scripts)
- Contemporary Japanese culture is also introduced.
Entrance Test :
Application form should be submitted at least two days before the Entrance Test.
* For details on JLPT visit www.jpf.go.jp