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The trainees, who were among the Fastest in the World to Enter
After one month of training, they paid a courtesy visit to Embassy of India in Japan.

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In April, when the beautiful cherry blossoms of Chidorigafuchi are at their best
The trainees paid a courtesy call on the Excellency Mr. Sanjay Kumar VERMA Ambassador, at the Embassy of India in Japan.
They have only just arrived in Japan.
We ,NAVIS honoured to have such a wonderful opportunity.
They asked many questions about future life in Japan and the Ambassador gave us sincere answers.

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Trainees assigned to Chiba Prefecture reunited after one month

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The 15 trainees who were the fastest in the world to enter the country on 11 March, have completed their one-month training and have joined their new posts.
We,NAVIS was just able to go and say hello to them on their first day.
Last time I saw them off in India and was able to meet them in Japan for the first time in a month.
There was a hotel quarantine when they entered the country, and although they arrived in Japan, it was not easy.
The trainees were not able to breathe the Japanese air, but
Just in time for the cherry blossom season.
They wore brand new hospital uniforms and were greeted by the Director himself.
The Trainees, who were a little nervous, met him in a friendly manner.
The director of the receiving facility also expressed his satisfaction with the high level of Japanese.

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MEGURU 2nd Batch Priya returns to Japan after her stay in India. And she will start work as soon as possible next week. Before that, she went back to NAVIS and greeted.

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We also visited Sakura World Hospital and greeted the President.
Sakura World Hospital gave her a lot of advice and she is excited to work in a new hospital.
We haven't seen her in three years and she is more mature than anyone else.
She has humility, integrity and is a truly great personality.
And always grateful to her family and the people around her.

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The 13 Indian Nurses as care workers who went to Japan on Specific Skilled Worker (SSW) are doing Very Well!

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All 12 trainees arrived in Japan from India on 11 June, the first trainees to take the SSW exam in India and the first to go to Japan for the India exam, and senior NAVIS students who have been working in Fukui Prefecture for the past two years.
All gathered together with the Wonderful View of the Peaceful Mountain ranges of Katsuyama City, Fukui Prefecture.
They were welcomed by the people at the Facility and are having a great time. It has been almost three weeks since they arrived in Japan and they have already started interacting with their neighbours and enjoying local life.

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Priya from MEGURU 2nd Batch returned to India after a three-year Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) period.
She then wanted to continue working in Japan, so NAVIS JAPAN introduced her to a job as a Specified Skilled Worker (SSW).

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To her surprise, she got the job at Kobe Kaisei Hospital!
Kobe is one of the most exclusive areas in western Japan, with quiet residential areas. In India, it is like a high-end residential area in Mumbai near the sea. The hospital stands out on high ground and is a wonderful hospital loved by the locals.
She will work in that hospital as an Assistant Nurse, the first time she has worked for NAVIS, although she will be involved in the care of the patients.
This is very unusual.
The Head Nurse at Kobe Kaisei spoke very highly of Priya's polite behaviour and her serious work experience in Japan, and she raved about her desire to work with her soon.

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NAVIS German gets underway immediately

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NAVIS is sending Indian Nurses to Germany as Nurse practitioners.
The Chairman of NAVIS and the CEO of INDIA visited the German facility for recruitment interviews, which we have been discussing online for several months.
We were very impressed by the large area of land and the excellent facilitation.
We imagined NAVIS trainees working in such a wonderful place.
The cleanliness of the place, the variety of specialised services, etc., which provide maximum value to the users. The management and nurses were very attentive to our needs. We were convinced even before we visited that the management and nurses were courteous and quick to respond to our request.
We were convinced even before we visited.

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Opportunities for Hospitality Personnel to work in Japan

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Japan will need more accommodation personnel in the future in response to the inbound.
Many people from the accommodation industry came from as far away as Japan to visit the site for the purpose of recruiting Indian personnel.
First of all, they visited our care training classes and were shown the level of Japanese language education.
We have also already started training accommodation personnel.
NAVIS Hotel Skills Training, which is currently underway at NAVIS, and
Hospitality University graduate candidates gave their speeches.
We were impressed by their English and Japanese language skills and their desire to work in Japan, and we were able to introduce Indian talent to people who are not yet in the know.

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NAVIS trainees have successfully entered work after arriving in the country.

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The 15 trainees who were the first in the world to travel to Japan on 11 March
They completed their one-month training one after another and started work.They were sent off in India a month ago and met again in Japan a month later.It was just their first day of work.
They welcomed us happily and looked a little nervous.
Although it was their first day, they were able to move around quickly, push wheelchairs and assist with toileting without being told to do so.I was very impressed by the way she helped with toileting and pushing a wheelchair.I was interested in the way they moved quickly, pushed wheelchairs and helped with toilets without anyone telling them what to do.

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NAVIS Germany has started

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NAVIS is starting in the next country after Japan to guidance Indian nurses further their careers abroad. For this purpose, We, NAVIS crossed to Germany. Over the past two years, we have carefully prepared for this. Corona is coming to an end and we were one of the first to land in Germany. Although it is a new place for Indian nurses, we received a wonderful welcome and they found our experience in Japan especially highly valuable. NAVIS is responsible for sending 97% of Indian nursing personnel from India to Japan.

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12 trainees placed to Sakura-so, Katsuyama, Fukui, will be travelling to the Japan tonight.

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More than 18 months have passed since the training started in September 2020 and
they will finally be travelling to Japan.
In the meantime, the examinations for the Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) in India have not been held and
We had a very difficult time together mentally.
Following 15 trainees in March and one in May, 12 trainees will be travelling to Japan this time.

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We would like to appreciate the Consulate-General of Japan in Bengaluru for the generous support.

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Twelve Specific Technical Intern Trainees, Navis officials and staff from Katsuyama City, Fukui Prefecture who are in-charge of nursing care facility of Sakuraso, visited Consulate–General of Japan in Bengaluru. 12 trainees introduced the charm of Katsuyama city one by one. We wish that 12 special technical intern trainees will get familiar to the environment of nursing home as soon as possible and we hope that Indian nursing care personnel will be known to Japan as much as possible.

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Sakura-so from Katsuyama Japan team met in India with the trainees who will be travelling to Japan next week!!

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Sakura-so from Katsuyama Japan team met in India with the trainees who will be travelling to Japan next week!!

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NAVIS introduces the first Indian to work in Fukui Prefecture since the start of India's 'Specified Skilled Worker SSW' operation.
NAVIS skilled nursing personnel started working in Fukui Prefecture.
- India has 1.38 billion people, and a wealth of professionals are heading for Japan.

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NAVIS Human Resources Private Limited (CEO: Takako Oshibuchi), a human resources development company in Bengaluru, India, announced that on 16 May 2022, one of its Specified Skilled Worker will be the First Indian under the Direct Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) Route and start working in Fukui Prefecture. Historically the First Indian under the Direct Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) Route left by Japan Airlines on JL0740, a direct flight from Delhi, and started working on 23 May 2022.
The facility, Orange Kids' Care Lab (Orange Kids' Care Lab, Representative Chairman: Hiroyuki Beniya), has been working with children with medical care and those with special needs including severe mental and physical disabilities under the theme of Kotaeteiku / Kanaeteiku (Responding / Fulfilling). One nurse from NAVIS has already been working at the facility as a care worker since December 2019, and this recruitment of a Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) will be the second Indian worker to be accepted.

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NAVIS introduces the first Indian to work in Fukui Prefecture since the start of India's 'Specified Skilled Worker SSW' operation.

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NAVIS skilled nursing personnel started working in Fukui Prefecture.
- India has 1.38 billion people, and a wealth of professionals are heading for Japan.
NAVIS Human Resources Private Limited (CEO: Takako Oshibuchi), a human resources development company in Bengaluru, India, announced that on 16 May 2022, one of its Specified Skilled Worker will be the First Indian under the Direct Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) Route and start working in Fukui Prefecture. Historically the First Indian under the Direct Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) Route left by Japan Airlines on JL0740, a direct flight from Delhi, and started working on 23 May 2022.

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Attended to NAVIS India to Completion of Three years of TITP (Technical Intern Training Program)

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The first Batch of NAVIS apprentices started in July 2018.
After completing six months of Japanese language training, they travelled to Japan in April 2019 and
Three years have now passed.
Two of them met again after three years, Became gained experience and a powerful face. and spoke Japanese well.
Working in Japan is not a ticket that everyone gets.
They learned the world's shortest amount of Japanese at NAVIS, received support with the application process faster than anyone else, and were able to work in Japan.
Of course, this was achieved under the selection, interview and various procedures of the receiving Facility.
Thank you very much for all your hard work over the past three years.
One of them returned to India and was introduced by NAVIS as a Nurse at SAKRA WORLD HOSPITAL and got hired.
The other person has decided that he wants to continue working in Japan.
The switch was made to a SSW (Specific Skilled Worker). He will return to Japan in a few months.

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NAVIS dispatches a batch of 15 skilled nurses to Japan under TITP, targets to send 400 trainees a year

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NEW DELHI/BANGALURU: Indian government’s Japan-oriented Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) aimed at sending skilled manpower to Japan witnessed a major push on Friday when a fresh batch of 15 skilled nurses landed at the Narita International Airport. Short-listed, trained and sent by NAVIS Human Resources Private Limited – a Bengaluru based recognised TITP Sending Organisation, these 15 highly trained nurses are mandated with the core job roll of ‘Care Givers’. Apart from their inherent nursing skills, these nurses were trained hard on Japanese language, culture and etiquette at NAVIS’s facility, and have successfully passed JLPT N4 Japanese languages proficiency test. The average monthly remuneration these nurses will get in Japan ranges between Rs. 1.00 lakh and 1.50 lakhs.

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Press Release
10th March 2022
NAVIS Human Resources Private Limited

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Japan Easing of Border Measures,
15 Care Takers from India's NAVIS Enter Japan.
Earliest Entry in the World.
- Indian Nurses, after a Two-Year Waiting period for Corona Pandemic, began to come to Japan as Nursing Personnel.
NAVIS Human Resources Private Limited (CEO Takako Oshibuchi) announced on 10 March 2022 that 15 of its Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) from NAVIS Human Resources Private Limited, a human resources development company operating in Bengaluru, India, will be travelling on All Nippon Airways' direct flight NH830 from Mumbai.
NAVIS, is a National Skill Development Corporation of India, accredited Sending Organization, and has sent a total of 46 Nurses under Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) (In Nursing Care) since March 2019. In addition, the company sent out India's first three Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) in October 2020 and All are Indian nurses.
NAVIS was Established in 2002 as a Japanese language Training and Human Resource Company. Currently, as a Human Resource Development company for blue-collar workers in India, NAVIS provides a one-stop service from Recruitment, Japanese Language Training, Selecting Receiving Organisation to Sending in the Sectors of Nursing Care, Hotel industry (Hospitality) and Agriculture through TITP and SSW Programs.
Group company NAVIS Corporation in Japan is a Registered Support Organisation for SSW and focuses on sending personnel under SSW (Specified Skilled Worker).

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15 trainees on standby to finally travel to visit SAKRA WORLD HOSPITAL

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A week has passed since the 25 February travel announcement. The trainees were initially sceptical, but it didn't take long for them to realise the gravity of the situation.
During the week, they hurriedly organised themselves, packed and gathered at NAVIS.
On Monday, the trainees gathered, prepared their documents, applied for their VISAs and
The days passed at a dizzying pace.

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"Japan sees huge potential in India for sourcing skilled manpower because of factors like very high language literacy, and structured TITP/SSW mechanism".

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The high potential of Indians to learn languages is not well known in Japan.
NAVIS has been able to get them through to N3 in a six-month curriculum. This is possible because the curriculum is tailored to the Indian learning brain.
With the arrival of new foreigners in Japan, SSW and TITP have been reopened.

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Two MEGURU 1st Batch students complete three years of Technical Intern Training Program (TITP)

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Three years have passed since the first Indian nurse arrived in Japan as a care worker on 17 March 2019.
They attended Japanese language training at the sending organisation, NAVIS India, underwent an interview at the receiving organisation, and travelled to Japan after completing various formalities.
They returned to India after a three-year, and they have been NAVIS
India for complete certification of NAVIS's PROPER (Post Return Orientation Programme).
NAVIS INDIA in order to receive a
PROPER, to prove that they have officially completed the apprenticeship programme and
Report to the Government of India.

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This is New Batch.

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NAVIS has many trainees.
Japan opened its doors on 1st March 2022 and many of our NAVIS MEGURU seniors are leaving for Japan.

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MEGURU 8,9,10,11 Joint Graduation Ceremony

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During the pandemic, a lot of Batch has started in the last two years.
During the lockdown, Suddenly They went online and had to return to the hometown in a hurry.
They had to pack up feet and return to all parts of India.
The difficulties of continuing studies in the countryside and under family pressure were
NAVIS understands this well.

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Trainees who have passed their Specific Skilled Worker (SSW) exam have
Interviews were immediately conducted with Hospital in Japan of the receiving establishment

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Trainees who have passed the SSW exam have more confidence than before.
The Japanese-language interview was also a great challenge.
The same client interviewed us six months ago.
This time, Trainees were able to speak more Japanese than last time. They were surprised.

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Report on the results of the Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) examination to the Consulate-General of Japan in Bengaluru

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Following the holding of the first SSW examination in India, NAVIS trainees took the exam from Bangalore and were pleased to report back to the Consulate-General of Japan in Bengaluru.
NAVIS is grateful to the Embassy of Japan in India, the Consul General of Bengaluru and the Indian Ministry of External Affairs for their generous support over the past year towards the holding of the SSW. The fact that India was able to host the event ahead of other countries in the midst of the Corona Vortex is a result of the support of various people.
Thank you very much.

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MEGURU 13th Batch Start
With a fresh spirit, the new Batch has finally started.
The students from all over India were at the orientation.
They gave speeches about how much they wanted to go to Japan.

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It is not easy for Indians to work in Japan.
Until now, only white-collar IT personnel could do so.
However, now a system of Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) has been concluded between the Indian and Japanese governments, and
Ordinary workers can now also work in Japan.
Now, only young people in their 20s can get
It is a very valuable ticket.
The nursing students who gathered at Batch were given a ticket to work in Japan.
They were able to obtain it after passing a rigorous interview with NAVIS.

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Ministry of External Affairs, India (MEA) Organised a Pep Rally for NAVIS SSW Trainees

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The trainees, who had taken their exams yesterday and were still excited about their results
They were greeted by the Ministry of External Affairs.
Professor Ashok Kumar Chawla, Advisor (Japan), Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), gave us valuable advice about his experience in Japan.
Prof. Chawla shared his valuable advice about his experience in Japan.
The trainees, who had just received their acceptance tickets, listened to him with great enthusiasm, making their trip to Japan more realistic.
Prof. Chawla talked about the differences between India and Japan in the way of thinking about organisations and the respect that is necessary to work in Japan.
He also shared his own experience of working in Japan and how wonderful it is to work in Japan.

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India's Specified Skilled Worker (SSW)Exam is finally here!
NAVIS trainees have taken the exam in India for the first time

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It has been a whole year since the Government of India and the Government of Japan signed the MOC on 18 January 2021. Finally, the examination of SSW was held in India.
The NAVIS trainees flew from Bangalore, South India to Delhi to take the exam.
They looked cold when they landed in Delhi in the middle of winter from the warmth of Bangalore, but their faces were bright and confident as they prepared for the exam.

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SSW exam send-off
It has been exactly one year since the Government of India and the Government of Japan signed the Moc for Specified Skilled Worker (SSW).

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In the meantime, NAVIS has been following up all the time to realise the holding of the exam. Already, NAVIS has sent the first person with SSW to India to take the exam in another country in 2020.
This time, the first exam to be held in India will be taken.
In 2021, NAVIS has been fully focused on SSW.
This is because it is the best option for India, for Japan and for the trainees, given the current situation.
When it comes to SSW, India is a latecomer.
NAVIS has been a front runner and has made various recommendations to the government.
We will not compromise in any way on what is needed and what should be done, taking into account the medium- and long-term needs of both countries. This is because we understand the importance of a system that starts from the beginning.

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In collaboration with the Sri Sri Rural Development Program, an international humanitarian and educational NGO known as Art of Living

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We had a meeting with the students.
The students were very motivated and highly qualified.
We were amazed at how motivated and talented the students were.
NAVIS is committed to sending agricultural talent to Japan.
They gave a lecture on organic farming, which they manage, and we learned about their level of knowledge and commitment.

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NAVIS Chairman attended the function organized by the Embassy of India to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of the Republic of India.

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Today's celebration marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Japan, which is expected to be a year of further growth.
This year, 2022, is the Japan-Southwest Asia Year of Exchange. The Japanese side had also prepared a logo to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and India, and today the Indian side unveiled the anniversary logo.

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Ravi from 1st Batch travelled to Japan in April 2019 under the Technical Intern Training Program (TITP)

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He is the first person from a small town in Karnataka to work abroad.
Finally, he will complete his 3-year apprenticeship. And for his next career move, he has chosen to return to India to get married.
Three years ago, he was a fresh graduate from a nursing college. But now he has gained experience and improved his skills in Japan.
At NAVIS INDIA, "MEGURU" is building a career around him.
We hired him three years ago, trained him in Japanese Language and developed his skills. We introduced him to a Job place in Japan and have been supporting him to live in Japan ever since.
This time, NAVIS INDIA introduced Ravi to a place where he can work back in India.
NAVIS had a strong relationship with SAKRA Hospital before Ravi's departure and we visited them before his departure.

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NAVIS JLPT N5 Online Weekend Course has started

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With the start of the New Year, we are pleased to announce the start of our new beginners' course, aimed at those who want to learn Japanese in order to pass the JLPT exam in July 2022!

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New Corporate Batch for MURATA VIOS

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NAVIS has launched a new corporate batch.
Our Japanese client decided to choose NAVIS from among the many Japanese language training services because of the quality of our training method and the original textbooks.

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NAVIS JLPT N4 Course has started
NAVIS curriculum is designed so that you can pass the exam in 6 months.

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Members who have joined this course are only those who have passed the NAVIS level check with the aim of taking the JLPT exam in July 2022.
It's hard work, but you can concentrate on your Japanese study on weekends.

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MEGURU 12th Batch Start
At a time when the opening of Japan is finally in sight.
The new Batch has finally started.

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They don't know anything about Japan, and all the nurses decided to work in Japan and the programme started today.
Learning a new language is something to look forward to, but Japanese is the most difficult language in the world.
NAVIS has a curriculum, so rest is their own effort.
And the aim of the programme is not language acquisition.
It is about learning Japanese culture, customs, rules and manners for working in Japan.
For Up Skilling you all.

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23 students took the JLPT exam

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After many postponements due to the corona vortex, the JLPT exam is finally going to be held. Our trainees in Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) have been studying hard for this exam. They are not students, they are nurses, so imagine how tough it is to create a situation where they can concentrate on their studies. They have to support their families; they have to endure a lot of pressure and they have to concentrate on their studies.

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NAVIS Chairman and CEO met with Professor Ashok Kumar Chawla, Japan Advisor, Ministry of External Affairs, India, to discuss the current situation of NAVIS trainees and the human resource needs in the field in Japan. Mr. Chawla is a most key person between Japan and India and has a deeper understanding of Japan than any other Indian and understands more than anyone else how much Japanese Language is needed in Japan.

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Mr. Chawla has endorsed the quality of NAVIS training and we are committed to bring our valued trainees to Japan. Having already sent three of India's first trainees for specific skilled Worker (SSW), NAVIS have the most knowledge and importance in India than others for sure. Mr. Chawla told NAVS that India is in the right place and that the only solution for the future of India, its people and Japan is to send more people to India than any other country.

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Meeting with German Government, NAVIS Destination

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Germany is the next target for NAVIS.
Starting from Germany, we will send Indian nurses all over Europe.
India has 1.3 billion people, and the fastest way for them to progress in their careers is through language. After 19 years of Japanese language training, we have decided that German is the next language and we will train Indian personnel in German and introduce them to jobs in German healthcare facilities.

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The next country targeted by NAVIS will be Germany.

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Although the corona vortex has made it impossible to travel back and forth
We have been working with the German government online.
This time, we were finally able to meet offline with the German representative of NSDC.
We were able to share with him the current situation in Germany and the future prospects of NAVIS.

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Bangalore is a rare place in India where students come from all over the country.

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It is a comfortable place to live and students feel safe here.
It is also a safe place for families to send their children.
For students who are now at the end of their university life and starting to look at what they want to do after graduation
We NAVIS explained to them about the opportunities to work in Japan.

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We had a meeting with Consul General Achim, Consulate General of Germany in Bengaluru, and talked about NAVIS' initiatives and future prospects.

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NAVIS's mission is to nurture and develop Indian human resources and make them globally active, not only in Japan but also around the world.
Language is an important tool for Indian human resources to work in various countries, and we will introduce Indian human resources to work in various countries in the future, focusing on language learning.
In particular, the global career development of Indian nurses is one of our most important missions.

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We NAVIS meets NSDC key members

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NAVIS, the Government of India's accredited provider of the Technical Intern Training Program (TITP)
NAVIS is working closely with the NSDC to develop its workforce in Japan.
The Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) Scheme was launched as a special government approved programme after India and Japan signed an MoC in 2017.MSDE and the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan (Government of Japan) signed an MoC in October, 2017, inviting candidates from India to Japan under the Technical Intern Training Program (TITP).

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We NAVIS are discussion to work with the State Government of Karnataka to develop and produce human resources together with the State Government.

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A scheme has been set up through the Karnataka State Government in collaboration with NAVIS INDIA and NAVIS JAPAN for job training and job matching to work in Japan.

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NAVIS Meeting with Consulate-General of Japan in Bengaluru to speak to the Consul General and Deputy Consul General.

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We would like to explain again what we are doing.
It is how important this project is for Japan.
We talked about the importance of the Japan's entry and ask to start have specific skilled Worker exam in India as soon as possible.
India has huge blue collar human resource, and India has a mission in Skill India, which is the mission of Prime Minister Modi.
Up Skilling is the most important issue for the Indian nation.
Japan is facing a chronic shortage of manpower in all sectors and it is imperative that the country has not only manpower but also people who are educated in the language and job skills.
NAVIS provides a pragmatic approach to recruiting for India's jobless talent market.
We have a training system that helps to develop the potential of Indian talent.

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Seminar at the Nursing College in Bangalore

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We held a seminar at a nursing college in Bangalore, which has always been a great help to us. We have our own trainees from this college.
Each time they were very welcoming and the students listened to them very attentively.

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NAVIS Meets with Northeast State Government

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We were given the opportunity to present NAVIS' activities to a group of human resource professionals from all over the northeastern states.,
As a northeastern state, they welcomed the Japanese program and asked us very detailed questions.

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Europe inside India, Impressed by Shillong's Nursing College

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Reminiscent of an English dormitory, the elegant college, nestled in a small green area, was very neat and tidy.
The students we passed were well educated, greeting each other with proper salutations and smiles.
When we met the principal and told her how impressed we were with the school, she was humble but said that they put a lot of effort into discipline.
The seminar was held in a neat and tidy classroom. Although they were dressed in plain clothes, and well-groomed and the students welcomed us with innocence and sincerity.

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NAVIS team made a visit to Shillong.

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It is the capital of the Indian state of Meghalaya. Also known as the "Scotland of the East" because of its resemblance to the Scottish Highlands, Shillong is reminiscent of a European city far removed from the hustle and bustle of India, or Kyoto in Japan.
NAVIS has a trainee from Meghalaya who will be going to Japan soon.

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Interview in Assam

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NAVIS conducts interviews from time to time with nurses who are interested in the new Batch.

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Conducted a seminar at a nursing college in Manipur.

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The students of the nursing college, who are hearing about the opportunity to work in Japan for the first time, are at first unimpressed by the idea of being able to work abroad for the first time in their lives. However, as our presentation progressed, their eyes began to sparkle with anticipation for their future.

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During we stay in Manipur, We had meetings with many people from the state government.

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Manipur has an old historical association with Japan, but in recent years, the focus has been on the potential of human resources, and as India is the closest neighbor to Asia, it is said that the mentality and appearance of Manipur is close to that of the Japanese in India.
In the past, opportunities for Indians to work in Japan were limited to white-collar jobs.
Even then, it was a narrow gate.

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We had a meeting with the Manipur government. He already knew about the Technical Intern Training Program , and we were able to talk about it in more detail.

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We have met many people from the state government, and while they were positive about Japan, they also pointed out the old processes in Japan. In order to move forward, it is important to have a system and to manage quality for Japan.

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Seminar held at the College of Nursing, Manipur

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NAVIS don't stop for an hour.
We spoke about opportunities to work in Japan at a college in Manipur, which has a very different atmosphere to Assam.
The students were nervous at first, but when asked about the Japan they knew, they reacted happily.

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Entered NAVIS Manipur.
NAVIS has landed in Imphal, a city with ties to Japan.

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We have been in touch with the Government of Manipur for some time now and today we were finally able to meet face to face.
NAVIS has already made much of the fact that the first nurse from Manipur has already travelled to Japan from 2020.

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The seminar was held at a nursing college which operates under a very high level of facility management.

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Our presentation was well paced and the nursing students listened attentively with occasional laughter.
The head of the school was also very active in explaining how valuable it is to be able to work in Japan.

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NAVIS is in specific discussion with the state government about the future development of its presence in Assam.

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We are exploring various possibilities in terms of the vast land area,

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It was a powerful face-to-face meeting at the Government of Assam.

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Focusing on human resources, the meeting was full of excitement as the participants shared their thoughts on Japan.

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We have a meeting with the government of Assam.

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Although Bangalore and Assam are far apart, we had a great discussion about South India and they welcomed us to Assam with open arms.

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The seminar continues.
We left quickly and went to the next nursing college.

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After a hearty welcome from the head of the school, the seminar began.
The students crowded into the classroom, and We took the stage with great enthusiasm.
The little nurses are all at attention, and when I say a word to them, they respond in unison.

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With the previous day's success in mind, we moved on to the next seminar.

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More nurses than ever before were in attendance.
The students listened attentively as the NAVIS team gave a presentation on Japan.
The students from all over the North East Province were clever, bright, honest and full of smiles.

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On the first day of Assam, we conducted a seminar at the most prestigious university in the region.

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Nearly 100 nursing students had never heard of Japan before.
They listened with great interest.
A simple instruction in Japanese made them feel at ease and made them all smile.

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NAVIS CEO met with the Assam government to talk about our past efforts and future prospects.

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They shared with us the potential of human resources in the North Eastern Province and we made a plan to take concrete steps.
He welcomed us very favorably and said that the system for developing human resources and nurturing their opportunities is one that we have certainly established.

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NAVIS expands into North East Province

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NAVIS CEO had a meeting with government agencies to discuss future collaboration.

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In the midst of the 11th Batch and a great deal of care taker training It was a great opportunity for us to show off our work.

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We gave a brief explanation of NAVIS' business, observed the trainees' classes and We also had a chance to see some of the role-playing sessions.
The role-playing was a great opportunity to see how the trainees interact with the patients.

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We were honoured to have Mr Yonemaru from the Embassy of Japan in India visit NAVIS.

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He observed the class of our 11th batch of trainees.
During the class, the students were learning N3 level kanji and were surprised to see the trainees answering difficult kanji with ease.
In the nursing practice, the trainees performed role-playing of nursing care. The trainees acted out situations as a patient and a carer, simulating a real-life Japanese nursing situation. The words they speak are phrases specific to nursing care, and they navigate in a way that supports the patient's independence. They are all nurses, so they behave in a professional manner.

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Today was the second interview for Katsuyama city Fukui Prefecture Japan.

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The trainees, who spoke Japanese at a brisk pace, seemed to have gained confidence in their Japanese and answered the questions in a lively manner, putting their thoughts firmly into their words. When I go to Japan, I want to work as a leader, I want to be a certified care worker, I want to be a nurse...The opportunity to have an interview will help them to think seriously about their careers in future.

And because they are all nurses, they take pride in their work. I understand how the patients feel. .

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Today, a large interview was held in Katsuyama City, Fukui Prefecture. Today is the first slot.

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The trainees came from all over India, from Jammu and Kashmir to the south to participate in the interviews.

Some of the students who have completed their training and have not seen us for a long time came with smiles on their faces. Their cheerful and bright impressions were conveyed to the Japanese people and the whole process went very smoothlyly.

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Indian Consulate-General in Osaka-Kobe held a seminar on the use of human resources in India.

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As a representative of the Indian sending organization, NAVIS spoke at the seminar.
The topic of the seminar was the matching of Indian human resources with the shortage of human resources in Wakayama Prefecture and the potential of nursing care and agricultural human resources.

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NAVIS Weekday courses for N5 level have started today.

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This is a short-term intensive course aimed at passing the JLPT by December of this year.
Students from India and abroad came online to join the course. Today we started with an orientation, and everyone was little bit nervous about their first Japanese class.

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Discussions held with students from agricultural universities

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Next to sending out care workers, NAVIS is sending out agricultural workers. Today we introduced our project to the students who graduated from the University of Agriculture.

This is a project to send students trained in agriculture (organic farming and high quality seed growing) of SSRDP (Sri Sri Rural Development Program, one of the activities of Art of living) to NAVIS.

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India's First N1 Online Course,Finally started!

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The N1 course is the highest level of Japanese language training available in India and enables students to understand newspapers, editorial reviews and other academic papers, and to work as interpreters and translators. The course starts today and will take place over a year of intensive weekend study.

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Congrats to the four from 6th Batch COE(Certificate of Eligibility) that just arrived!

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6th Batch, which started just before the lockdown March 2020, has been surviving with NAVIS for the last year. They passed their exams and interviews, and never gave up on their studies.

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Today,CEO of NAVIS participated in an online seminar organized by the India JSPS Alumni Association (IJAA).

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The theme was "Workshop on the importance of Japanese language for Indian students. For study and work in Japan".

NAVIS spoke on the topic of guidance for finding a job in Japan.

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Today, the second round of interviews for the recent interview was held. Six trainees who passed the first round of interviews took on the challenge.

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They have really practiced hard for the past few days. We prepared hard on weekends. They practiced in the mirror, recorded their own Japanese and practiced in a variety of ways to help them perfect their interview skills.

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The NAVIS N3 Online Course has started Today.

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At first, we introduced ourselves and moved on to the "Intermediate" reading comprehension. The students were very active.

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A Big interview session was held with client from Japan.
Some advice before the interview.

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"The most important thing is to smile and be cheerful. Try to give 200% of what you normally give, and 100% will be conveyed to Japan through online" "Client can choose are the ones who are always energetic and motivated"

Even the nervous students started to smile, and they were ready for the interview.

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Three Certificates of Eligibility (COE) have been issued.Congratulations!

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The three trainees from 7th Batch COE have finally arrived in India.

With the Olympics just around the corner in Japan, the question of whether or not foreigners should be allowed to enter the country has been raised, but at the same time, about 19% of the population in India has completed their first round of vaccinations. India is making great strides toward opening up to human resources.

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Graduation Ceremony for N4 course

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#NAVIS #N4 course has come to an end with 150-hours.
Everyone seemed to be looking forward to the weekend Japanese classes. Students gave us feedback in the ceremony,

" It was really enjoyed learning with Japanese culture from the Native Japanese teacher using pictures that were easy to understand."

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#N3 level Demo session was held.
Nearly 10 people attended and learned live Japanese from the Japanese Native instructor.

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For those students who have been learning from Indian instructors or doing selfstudy, They realized the value of #Japanese native instructors and everyone's feedback was very positive.

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Today the lockdown in Bangalore was lifted in stages and interviews were held with Client from Japan with Trainees.

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While the trainees are currently staying in their respective home town places, the trainees were gathered remotely.

Client were very welcoming and trainees, who were nervous at first, gradually relaxed.

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The NAVIS #N5, online class for beginners has started and 10 students have joined the class.

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It was the first time to take a #Japanese class with a professional Japanese native teacher through the screen. At first, everyone was nervous, but gradually they showed their motivation.

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Connecting ongoing trainees with Japan

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The 8th Batch trainees who have recently completed their training have entered a waiting period. To connect with Japan until they go to Japan.
We held a meeting with them.Priya from 2nd Batch participated in the meeting as a senior who works in Japan. She has been working in Japan for 2 years now.and she seemed to have gotten used to her life and work, and gave a presentation on Japan.

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The NAVIS N2 course for the general students is about to begin.
Today was the Orientation.

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All of the students have passed the NAVIS level check and are at N3 level, and will be taught by highly experienced teachers who are certified to teach native as a Japanese language by NAVIS, aiming to pass the JLPT N2 in December 2021.

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NAVIS was a panelist at the conference "Pathways for Aligning Skill Mapping with International Labour Market: Southern Edition" organized by ICM, a research think-tank of the Ministry of External Affairs, India, Government of India, which manages all issues and pilot projects related to "international migration".

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It was a thought-provoking conference on how to map the skills of Indian talent to the international labor market.

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The long awaited COE (Certificate of Eligibility) for seven trainees was issued.

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COE is an important document for trainees to enter Japan.
The Minister of Justice certifies in advance that the purpose of the foreigner's stay in Japan meets the eligibility requirements set forth in the Immigration Control Act of Japan, prior to obtaining a visa.

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Tissy from MEGURU 5th Batch has been selected!

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Tissy is a hardworking girl from Kerala.
She is always smiling, cheerful and independent, and even during this pandemic, she never gave up on her studies to go to Japan.

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Future nurses are full of hope, even in the midst of a pandemic.

A seminar was conducted by NAVIS for the students of Gayathri College of Nursing.

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Over 50 students gathered to hear about what to expect after graduation. A demo session was conducted by a Japanese language instructor, where students experienced Japanese for the first time and the sales team explained the opportunities available in Japan.

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Training graduation ceremony of MEGURU Batch - 6

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The 6th Batch of MEGURU commenced on 24th Feb 2020, they have completed their training today.
It began just before the lockdown, and was hardly affected for less than a month by it. Training resumed in online mode, but challenges were much as it was new . Looking back we realize that batch had more hardships than any other batch.

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We NAVIS conducted a business Japanese training course for #ASAHIDENSO R&D INDIA PVT. LTD.

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As you are aware, In the midst of the pandemic, many Japanese expatriates returned to Japan and began working remotely. To be able to run professional interactions smoothly, NAVIS is helping Indian Professionals work with the Japanese. We are doing this by arranging for In house and retail training, at your job location, making it convenient for you.

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Demo Seminar of NAVIS Japanese Language Training for General Course was held today.

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This is a great opportunity to learn Japanese, advance your career and expect to increase your salary. Now is your chance.
Get Registered ID:

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NAVIS JAPAN participated in the CARE TEX exhibition in Tokyo, Japan.

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Although the event was held in the middle of a pandemic, it was a big success, here we introduced and recommended Indian Nurses as care workers.

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Seminar on Indian Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) in Kochi Prefecture, Japan.

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At the request of Kochi Prefecture and the Indian Embassy in Japan.
Our Chairman Mr. Rajkumar spoke as representative of India's Sending Organization.

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Friendship Meeting with Japan

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A FriendShip Meeting was held for the trainees who were preparing to go to Japan with their working place in Japan.

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Published in #UdayaVani
https://epaper.udayavani.com/c/58859881

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https://epaper.udayavani.com/…/Bangalore-Editi…/05-Mar-2021…
Article translation is provided below

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NAVIS was selected by the government as a speaker for the parallel session as a representative for "Enhancing International Mobility of Skilled Manpower".

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As part of a series of webinars organized by the Government of India and NITI Aayog ministries following this year's budget announcement, the ministries falling under the education sector have organized a webinar on March 3, 2021 at 10:00 am on「Harmnessing Education, Research and Skill Development for an Atmanirbhar Bharat on March 3, 2021 at 10:00 am.

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An interview with NAVIS CEO was publised in The NFA post.

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Navis has planned to 172 trainees by 2022 ans in the next five years aims to send 1000 traines to japan .

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Glad we have a our 11th batch.

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12 New shortlisted traines on the first day of our journey .

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Published in Udayavani.

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To facilitate/provide opportunity for Indians to work in Japan .

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Press Release
25th Feb 2021
NAVIS Human Resources Private Limited.

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Consulate-General of Japan in Bengaluru Ms. Akiko Sugita participates in the Release ceremony of NAVIS original Japanese textbook .

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The Potential of Indian Human Resources has been communicated and spread to India and Japan.

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I hope that TITP trainees will be widely recognized in India and Japan through NAVIS.

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【NAVIS is the first organization in India to support the registration of Specified Skilled Worker】

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NAVIS JAPAN is the first Indian human resources partner to be certified as a Registered Support Organization.

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2年前の記事で紹介いただきました。今年は特定技能の締結によりインド人材の日本での活躍が拡大することでしょう

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介護分野では初めてとなるインドから日本への技能実習生2人が2019年3月ベンガルールを出発、関西空港に到着した

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Before our trainees left for Japan, NAVIS had a virtual meeting with Mr. Chawla, the Ministry of External Affairs of India and the Embassy of Japan in India.

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Mr. Chawla has been contributing to the Indo-Japan partnership for several years. He told us that working in Japan is a lot of fun, but that we should keep learning even after we go to Japan, because it will make one’s life in Japan more meaningful.

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8 trainees finally travel to Japan on October 17th.

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【NAVIS】初の北東州出身技能実習生(介護)、インド初の特定技能人材(介護)が渡航

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As a pre-departure courtesy call, NAVIS visited SAKRA WORLD HOSPITAL.

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This time, the training was conducted online during the pandemic.

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The annual Japanese Language training program for Sony has been completed, training selected IIT graduates up to N4 level in two months.

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This time, the training was conducted online during the pandemic.

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NAVIS was pleased to have Mr. Katagiri, the General Representative of ANA, India as an important invitee.

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It has almost been a year since the March 2020 lockdown began.

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2021 January 15th Hokkaido Medical Newspaper

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Acceptance of Indian Trainees
First in Hokkaido to Internationalize Medical Care
Kashiwaba Neurosurgery Hospital

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Now it's time for our momentous 10th Batch!

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Trainees came from all over India, from North Eastern states to South India.

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NAVIS made it possible for three trainers from Northeastern state of India, Manipur to begin their most awaited career opportunity in Japan.

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Their big day was on Oct 17 2020. Arriving on their aspiring journey and being initially quarantined for 14 days they stepped up to their month long training, after completion they were posted to their job location in northern most island of Japan, Hokkaido.

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NAVIS Expands Japanese Language Training Initiative In India For Job Requirement

An orientation for the 9th Batch was held today.

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NAVIS being the sending organization, selects trainees through various screening process.

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The Consulate-General of India in Osaka, on 6th October, introduced NAVIS to Arima Onsen Hospital.

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NAVIS has been the leading provider of caregivers in India, and are responsible for bringing in excellent human capital to the region.

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8 trainees who traveled from India to Japan in October 17th, 2020, They completed a two-week quarantine.

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A meeting with the Indian Embassy in Japan with NAVIS Japan and receiving organization.

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NAVIS Historically the First Set of Three Nurses from the North Eastern Region of India, Reached Japan to work as Care Takers under Technical Intern Training Program (TITP)

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【プレスリリース】
初の北東州出身技能実習生(介護)、インド初の特定技能人材(介護)が渡航

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-9名のインド人看護師、コロナ渦に介護人材として来日-

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NAVIS - India's First Specified Skilled Worker (Caregiver) Travels to Japan Three Indian Nurses have passed a Specified Skill Worker Test (SSW)

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Press Release 23rd Sep,2020
NAVIS Human Resources Private Limited

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【NAVIS】インド初、特定技能人材(介護)が来日

インド人看護師、特定技能試験3名が合格

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NAVIS Human Resources Private Limited (インド・代表 鴛渕 貴子) が9月23日、インド・バンガロールで運営する人材育成会社「NAVIS Human Resources Pvt. Ltd.」より、特定技能人材(介護)3名が10月に来日する予定であることを発表した。

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Happy to announce that NAVIS been approved

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"India International Skill Centre (IISC) Network Member"

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【インドで日本語教師】NAVISの現地社長に仕事や生活について聞いてきました!

Today, we hold a seminar on Japan's ability to integrate Indian nurses.

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During the online webinar, our three trainees who work in Japan have presented their home in Japan and the places they work.

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We at NAVIS had interviews with clients in Japan today.

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Usually, we start early in the morning to adjust to the time in Japan.

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The NAVIS MEGURU Batch interview was conducted Trainees were remotely connected to the client in the midst of the corona situation

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Some of the trainees were nervous, but they tried their best to answer questions in Japanese.

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NAVIS TITP MEGURU 8th Batch started from Today

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NAVIS provides an opportunity for nurses to work in Japan.

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NAVIS began the 5th batch under TITP program from 25th November onwards

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TITP students of 5th Batch have completed their training successfully as it has been six months since the commencement

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Teaching Japanese to Indian nurses

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The global strategy of the Indian company, NAVIS, is to foreground business dynamics in terms of new values

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株式会社NAVISは、新型コロナウイルス感染拡大防止に伴い、 名古屋事務所の臨時休業を実施することを決定いたしました。



公益財団法人 国際人材協力機構 JITCO 総合情報誌「かけはし」にインドの最新送出し事情として 去年弊社を訪問頂いた際の現状を掲載して頂きました。

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日経BPの「Beyond Health」より取材記事が掲載されました

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It's a moment of joy to announce that the trainees belonging to the 3rd and 4th batch of TITP are traveling to japan for tonight

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In spite of the very unfortunate situation being faced by millions of people in the world...

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The Japan Opportunity seminar was held at the Shanti Dhama College of Nursing where

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NAVIS talked to the students about Bsc nursing who was almost 60 in number about opportunities in Japan.

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TITP 2 trainees has finally traveled to Japan

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“If I didn't choose to attend the NAVIS training at that time, I'm really grateful that I couldn't go to Japan this way now,” She said.

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A tour of medical students from Japan interacted with the TITP trainees at NAVIS.

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First,7th Batch which just started yesterday, and 6th Batch is going on from the past 1month.

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Improve your eloquence in English?

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NAVIS has private English classes with professional English teachers

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TITP 2 trainees from 4th Batch has finally traveled to Japan.

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Before leaving India, They have conducted a session with which is just started before days 7th Batch.

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A recruitment seminar was conducted at R.V. Nursing College.

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We discussed the methodology of the TITP program with the principal of the college.

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We congregated at JAPAN HABBA yesterday, a Japanese festival held every year in Bangalore.

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Indians who are inquisitive to know about Japanese culture gather in this event every year.

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A recruitment seminar was held at Adarsha College of Nursing, Kengeri main road.

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The number of candidates who congregated in the seminar was more than expected.

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A recruiting seminar was held at Gayatri college of Nursing, Nagarbhavi.

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The seminar comprised about a hundred Indian nurses.

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NAVIS visited the Nursing College renowned as the NITTE USHA INSTITUTE OF NURSING SCIENCES located at Mangalore for the purpose of conducting a seminar for TITP was held

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The aim of the seminar was to make the candidates aware of the scopes of establishing a flourishing career in Japan

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The first four candidates from the 4th batch TITP began their journey to Japan

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It’s a proud day for NAVIS that these talented candidates have been successful in their ventures

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The training of NAVIS TITP 6th batch program began on January 18

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The first week was very difficult as the candidates were new to this language and also the culture

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The director of the very reputed Sakura World Hospital, SECOM Nurse Specific Training Center

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Was invited for evaluating the progress made by 4th Batch TITP candidates

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NAVIS Human Resources successfully Staffing employees some employees for Transystem Logistics International

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We are dispatching human resources to different companies

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NAVIS TITP 5th Batch was cheerful when they participated in an activity.

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It’s called “Darumasan ga Koronda”.

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Mansoor, a very efficient candidate belonging to the second batch, has been trained for a month, and finally started working at Orange Home Care Clinic!

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The clinic is renowned in Japan. It comprises the most unique human resources from all over the country.

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JITCO and NSDC came to NAVIS.

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Two weeks have passed since 5th Batch started and the candidates have successfully finished learning Katakana and Hiragana. Now they are working on Kanji script.

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The following TITP Batch seminar was held at NAVIS's Chennai office.

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Many nurses gathered for an interview.

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A new Batch, 5th Batch started 25th Nov 2019.

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The classes started in full swing.The candidates are full of hope.

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Yokogawa's Japanese company training class has graduated finally!

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2 months of intensive training from the end of September to the end of November 2019 has been successful.

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Japanese one-on-one training has ended

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The candidate’s training period was from April 22 to November 29 (closed from July to September due to the busy season)

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NAVIS conducts "N5 consumer class" on weekends.

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The classes started on 15th June and end today.

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NSDC from India visited NAVIS trainees from our third batch working in Japan.

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They are working in the medical corporation renowned as Seikeikai Sosen Hospital in Chiba.

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India Business Opportunity Seminar in Osaka-Indian Technical Training System (TITP)

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The Consulate General of India in Osaka and Kobe organized a seminar on “Technical Internship Program (TITP)” in cooperation with the Ministry of Skills Development and Entrepreneurship Promotion (MSDE) and the National Skills Development Corporation (NSDC) in India.

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NAVIS approved by JITCO

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NAVIS is the only One Japanese Language Training Center in India approved by JITCO (Japan International Training Co - Operation Organisation) under TITP to send Resources to Japan

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ISO Certified Japanese Training Center

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NAVIS Nihongo Training Center Pvt Ltd has received its ISO 9001:2015 certification for Japanese Language Training.This certification confirms NAVIS focus on quality training, customer satisfaction, and the drive for continuous improvement.

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Successfully Completed Corporate batch

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Another Corporate batch successfully completes the Short term Japanese Language training , We wish them Good luck for their Bright Future. — at NAVIS Institute of Foreign Language.

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Japanese Course Available at NAVIS

Level Duration Content
JLPT N5 140 HRS Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji 110, Basic Level Grammar, Vocabulary
JLPT N4 150 HRS Kanji 200, Supplementary level Grammar, Vocabulary
JLPT N3 160 HRS Kanji 330, Higher level Expression, Vocabulary
JLPT N2 160 HRS Kanji 380, Advanced Level Expression, Grammar and Vocabulary
JLPT N1 300 HRS Kanji 1000, Expert level Expressions, Grammar
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JLPT Course Level

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N4 and N5 measure the level of understanding of basic Japanese mainly learned in class. N1and N2 measure the level of understanding of Japanese used in a broad range of scenes in actual everyday life. N3 is a bridging level between N1/N2 and N4/N5.

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