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Japanese Language in India

Among East Asian languages in India, Japanese language in India is the most popular followed by Chinese and Korean. Not sure if it is for you? There are so many reasons and benefits to learn a new language and specifically reasons why to learn Japanese language in India.

In today’s global village, we all need to be skilled language learners. Whether you want to build a successful career or planning to add this skill, or you’re interested in changing careers to a new and growing field, or want to work, study or travel to Japan or get a glimpse into the Japanese cultures then there are lots of benefits of learning Japanese language in India.

It is spoken by over 125 million people in Japan and it is also third most widely used language on the Internet, after only English and Chinese speakers. There are Japanese immigrants living in different parts of the world (especially Brazil, Canada, Philippines, USA, England, etc.), but they are just handful.

While no official data seems to exist, it is generally assumed that a significant majority are monolingual. Very few people speak any other language including English. One main reason is they take pride in their native language and there is no such thing as “English for Japanese,”.

Read — Future of Chinese Language in India and Career Scope of Learning Korean in India

Why learn Japanese in India


Career Scope of Japanese language in India

Japan is the leader in many sectors like Consumer Electronics, Computers, optical media, Automobiles, semiconductor manufacturing, Infrastructure, Shipbuilding, and many more. It is synonymous with high quality and technologically advanced products. Their drive for innovation has made the Japanese the world leaders in patent filings at 420,000 applications annually.

Many big Japanese brands such as Sony, Toshiba, Sanyo, Casio, Canon, Minolta, Honda, Toyota, Mitsubishi, and many others have infiltrated the Indian market in a variety of sectors and still expanding. Being able to truly communicate with potential clients, customers or colleagues can open many doors. Ability to speak the Japanese language in India offer lots of job scope and career opportunities.

Today, There are many companies searching for Japanese language specialist in Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad and other cities in India. You can find Japanese Jobs across India. Additionally, when you study, you not able to speak fluently but also gain an insider view of the culture. You will be able to understand the Japanese work ethic, their business etiquette, and knowing which cultural faux pas to avoid can often make or break an important business deal.

Anime, sushi, Sony PlayStation, Nintendo, Hello Kitty, Sudoku, karaoke, manga, martial arts, origami and more – just think about how our daily lives are enriched and entertained by different products from Japan. Whether it is designing electronic gadgets, Inventing innovative beautiful cool products or high-end fashion clothing, the Japanese value craftsmanship, quality, and pleasing the consumer.

Read — (i) Translation and Interpretation as a Career Options (ii) Language Jobs in BPO, KPO & MNC (iii) Career in Tourism (iv) Career for Foreign Language Teachers (v) Career in Export and Import


Benefits of Learning Japanese in India


1) Work or Study in Japan

Resembling to work in Japan? Many Indian companies and MNCs are trying to increase client base in the country with improvement in India-Japan bilateral relationship. Both countries have moved steadily to improve and strengthen relations in last few decades. Ability to speak could greatly increase your job prospects in the country.

Japan has one of the best education systems in the world. The OECD ranks the country’s high school students number one in the world for maths and number 2 for scientific literacy. Studying in Japan will always greatly improve your employability. It can be can be a great career asset.

The country boasts Asia’s highest number of Nobel prize winners thanks to its extraordinary academic tradition and pioneer in Research and Innovation. Out of 25 Nobel Prize winners, 22 of whom arrive from physics, chemistry or medicine. There’s also masses of variety. With approximately 780 universities, as well as specialized vocational institutions and 100’s of junior colleges to count, you will certainly to be able to find an institution that provides your particular area of interest.


2) Demand for Japanese Translator, Interpreter & Trainer in India

Lost In Translation? No, I am not talking Bill Murray’s movie. Unlike English and other European languages, there is lack of reliable Japanese translation tools and software. You will be surprised to know exactly how much was lost in translation.

If you interested in getting a job in translator and interpreter but aren’t quite sure which language to choose. Then it is the right choice. Not only there is high demand for Japanese experts but the competition is also relatively low due to the complexity of the language. Among Foreign languages in India, Japanese language classes in India are one of most sought after.

The scope is immense. There are opportunities in Travel & Tourism sector for language experts. It could be with export-houses, commerce, business and industrial houses. Embassies and diplomatic missions. It is one of the highest paying languages in the translation and interpreter world.

advantages of Learning Japanese Language in India

Due to limited supply, Many Institutes and Indian & Japanese companies look for trainers who can train the candidates for various courses or an on-site opportunity or for dealing with the Japanese customers. As a result, skilled Japanese language teachers in India are finding their services in higher demand.

Not only this is a mild inconvenience if you’re travelling to this country but you will be miss lots of original and great content such as Movie, Music and books for yourself. If you can manage to successfully learn, you’ve got yourself a job as a translator or interpreter.

Read — Japanese Course in Delhi and Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, or Korean?


3) Low Competition and High Competitive edge

According to my personal experience, not many succeeded in speaking the language with high level of competency. Japanese is considered difficult for English speakers. It has three alphabet systems (Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji).

Since there are very few people who know Japanese in India. Therefore having this skills can give you great job and business opportunities both in India and in the worldwide community. Generally, there’s less competition for positions with Japanese-speaking applicants. If you want to learn a language with less competition, high competitive edge, better pay and more opportunities. Then Japanese is the right choice. 

More than 5,000 Japanese firms are operating in India. This is in-demand language will make your resume in-demand as well. Japan not only has a unique culture but it has a beautifully ancient vibrant culture. From manga to bonsai, Japanese culture has found itself inside many households all over the world.

Read — Japanese Classes in Bangalore and Korean Courses in Delhi


4) Unique Culture and Music & Movies

The Japanese culture is a unique, colourful and multi-layered that has evolved over last 2,000 years. After all, how many other countries can lay claim to being the birthplace of both Pikachu and haiku?

It ranges from the simple, elegant and beautiful to the wild, loud and wacky, with everything in between. It can open your perspective on the values, customs, religious beliefs, ethics, manners, traditions, and aesthetics. No discussion of Japan is complete without mention of its unique and delicious cuisine. You might find a new way to order your Sushi or Yakitori or Tempura.

Of course, there are anime, manga and video games to immerse yourself in and then lots of temples to visit, sumo to watch, art to visit, mountains to climb The list is virtually endless. There are many people just like you who love the language, culture and history of Japan.

Japanese movies and music are popular all over the world. The pop culture has a universal appeal around the world. If you like playing video games, watching movies or even playing sports, simply make sure you do all those things in the corresponding language. There will be lots of advantages if you are learning Japanese.

scope of japanese language in india


5) Learning Japanese is not that difficult

Generally, Japanese is perceived as difficult but is not that difficult as you think. Even though it is very different from European languages but you can understand basics without knowing the complete Hiragana (Native Japanese words), Katakana (Foreign words) or Kanji (adopted Chinese characters).

One can speak the language, at least basic level with the help of Rōmaji (Romanized Japanese). It was developed to describe the sound of Japanese in Roman alphabet who have not yet mastered the three main scripts. 

In order read a newspaper, one has to learn at least 2,000 Chinese characters, mainly Kanji. Like any other language, it requires a lot of time, persistence and effort. If you want to learn, Whatever your reason – as long as you have a reason – you’re more likely to reach your language goals.

When you start, It will look very complex and impossible to master. Actually, it’s different and you have to get used to the way it’s different. Once you get over that initial hurdle it’s relatively straightforward. Nouns have no gender, no articles and no plural forms. Only two verb tenses, present and past. With only 5 vowel sounds and consistent phonetic spelling, the language is fairly easy to pronounce.

Like any other language, One needs to practice lots of listening, reading and of course speaking. If you’re interested in Japanese Language Proficiency Test in India, You can pass JLPT level N3 in 2 years. It is not a difficult If you were probably thinking the difficulty level was the main reason not to learn. Armed with the right methods, materials, and motivation, one can master the Japanese language in a matter of 3 years not decade as many believe.

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  1. Sir,
    I’m currently pursuing English Honors. I would like to study Japanese but how do I go about my career? Should I go for a post graduate degree first, or should I start learning Japanese right after I finish my undergraduate? Please enlighten me about the various ways I can move forward in Japanese, have English Hons as my undergraduate degree.
    Thank you!

    1. To pursue MA in Japanese, you need prior knowledge of Japanese equivalent to Advanced Diploma or JLPT N3/N2. You can try 3 year part-time course from any reputed Pvt. Institute or embassy affiliated centres. There is another good option of 2 Year PG Advanced Diploma in Japanese from DU (Dept. of East Asian Studies). Admission is through entrance exam (to be held in June, 2019) and no prior knowledge of Japanese is required. If you want to make career in Japanese, you need to devout at least 3 years! 頑張って (Good Luck!)
      ReadJapanese Courses in Delhi and Japanese Proficiency Test in India

  2. Sir
    I m 30 yrs old and doing pharma business in Delhi , keen to learn Japanese language as a lot of Japanese products are entering into market as FMCG and Pharma , will Japanese language advance my skills ? Or please suggest whether learning Japanese language is a good option in pharma or can other language preferred?

    1. Japanese is probably the best choice among East Asian Languages. If you want, you should learn. As far as FMCG and Pharma sectors are concerned, it will depend on the employment and business opportunities with those companies. It is difficult to say whether you will get such opportunities or not. Learning a new language always enhance career prospect. Knowing Japanese is almost always better than not knowing it.

  3. Sir, is YMCA good for japanese language course. I just completed my graduation this year from BA and I want to do language course and make my career in Japanese language…please give me some guidance

  4. Hi sir,
    I am doing MBA in finance and has also cleared CA ipc so would opting for Japanese language course beneficial for my career?

    1. Yes. Ability to speak Japanese can add great value to your CV for numerous jobs. Take MBA as your main focus and Learn Japanese as a secondary skill since combination of MBA and Japanese might not be useful in every company.

      1. Sir, so shall I opt for some other language course that can be best combined with mba which will lead to higher job opportunities for me? Like say German or any other. Please recommend

        1. Hi Shreya. I think you misunderstood me earlier. Japanese is indeed a good choice. Barring a few exceptions like fashion, International marketing, travel & tourism, etc., most combination including MBA in Finance and a Language have limited scope. If MBA is required in X number of companies, then Japanese and MBA will work in 2% to 5% of X. It is difficult to say whether you will get such opportunities or not in those companies where combination will work and also why to limit yourself with only few. This is not just with Japanese but all important languages like German, French, Spanish, etc. My suggestion – if you wish to learn Japanese, you should start as a hobby and who knows you might end up getting something you want 🙂

    1. She might not able to reply and since i have studied there few years back let me try. Yes, MOSAI is good for Beginners. Batch size is between 10-15 and facility are generally good. One has to work hard since teaching approach is quite professional and mode of communication is only Japanese.

  5. I am in 11th and don’t know what to do after 12th but interested in fashion, travelling, hotel management etc. and also want to learn foreign languages. Can you please. suggest me something so that i can start now for better future ??

    1. The career counselling is done through hours of interaction and analysis. Generic answer does not work. There is no one-size-fits-all answer. If you have any question regarding foreign languages, let me know. 🙂

  6. Sir I’ll complete Bsc this year and want to make my career in Japanese. Can I do MA in Japanese without existing knowledge of Japanese? Which one will be more effective – MA in Japanese in DU or from private institute? How much time will it take if I start Japanese from June 2019 and please tell me the procedure? Also please tell me about JLPT exam sir.

    1. 1) Prior knowledge of Japanese is compulsory to pursue MA in Japanese. 2) Since MA is not possible. Thus, you can try for 2 year Full-time PG Course in Japanese. Admission is through SLAT entrance exam. 3) Both University and Pvt. Institutes are fine as long as you can put enough effort to learn it. 4) It will take 3 years to learn Advanced Level like JLPT N2, prerequisite for most good jobs. 5) JLPT is a Japanese proficiency test. There are 6 levels and the exam is held twice a year in India. Read – (i) Language Courses in DU (ii) JLPT Test in India (iii) Japanese Course in Delhi

  7. Hii Vikash sir I have recently graduated from bcom degree now looking for a career as I choose to make career in Japanese interpreter, Can You tell me the Scope, duration, not perfect but estimated salary ranges, Or Income, And What Are the courses that makes me expertise in Japanese. I am 21 yrs old. Thank you. Reply me as soon as possible.
    Rahul Mote

    1. 1) If you want to become a Japanese Interpreter, you need a very high proficiency something like JLPT N1. It will take 3-4 years. For entry level jobs, N3/N2 is enough that can be achieved in 2-3 years!
      2) There is no estimate salary. I know few who make 5L PA and also few earning 15L PA. So, it depends on job profile, company, location, Japanese competence level, and also experience.
      3) You can join any reputed institute with an aim to complete N2/N1 in 3 years. University may not be an ideal choice for you.
      4) I generally don’t recommend career shift at least in most cases. Start learning Japanese and check yourself how you are doing after 1 year. Then decide accordingly! A Fact : 80% people quit learning a foreign language within 1 year or before crossing intermediate level.

      1. Thank You Vikash sir from your supportive Answer. Can You Please Tell Me Whether I should do? go for another career as per your Experience? Can Japanese Language will help me to earn a decent Income in Mumbai?

        1. Career is a very subjective topic and you should take your own decision. If you want to learn Japanese – You should and see where you stand after 1 year. When you’re learning a new language, target should never be career or job but only to learn in a proper way. Two Reasons (i) Only 5% people achieve high proficiency in Japanese, the prerequisite for good jobs. (ii) There is also no guarantee for success irrespective of knowledge. What you will do if you find Japanese difficult and quit midway or not able to find a decent job at the end? Only depend on language if you complete Advanced level and get what you want. Until then, keep learning side-by-side along with the other career of your choice.

  8. Sir
    My daughter is in first year of BA. She is studying japanese language and wants to do career in it. What is the scope she has in japanese language? I wish she should do specialisation in economics.
    Can you suggest what is to be done?

    1. Well, She can pursue both the courses at the same time. Japanese course can be done part-time. Japanese skills can be useful to get a job in plenty of industries and MNCs. There are also career opportunity as a translator, interpreter, trainer, etc. Japanese Jobs tend to require a high level in the language.

      1. Hello sir. i am doing Japanese language from last 5 1/2 month and this language is my favorite thing to do. I literally never get bored from this. but sir I want to go in embassy but i don’t no how to apply in this company and which level i have to clear for embassy.

        1. There are very limited number of Jobs in Japanese Embassy. You can consider working in various Indian and MNC as a Japanese specialist. These days minimum requirement is JLPT N2 for any good opening. It will take 3 years to achieve high proficiency in Japanese. Continue with your Japanese at least for next 2 years. ReadJLPT Test in India

  9. Hello Sir,
    I am 30 years old. i am a homemaker. Was working with a MNC for 7 years. Doing N4 in Japanese. As i am not interested in coding i chose Japanese Language to study. I will complete N1 by 33 years. My doubt is after completing N2/N1 will i be able to get a job in Chennai with decent salary. My concern is my age and i am learning japanese just for job. please advise.

  10. Sir, I am from Jodhpur and I have completed M.A. in history. I have come to Delhi for further studies and I want to be a tour guide. Can you tell me which language should I learn and how much time can it take? Please guide me
    Thank you

    1. Language learning is an incredibly complex process. The choice of language and level of proficiency also greatly influences how long it takes to learn a new language. Generally, it will take minimum 3 years to Learn Japanese or Korean or Mandarin whereas 2 years for popular European Languages such as French, German, and Spanish. All the top 5/7 languages are equally good. It will be better if you decide on own. ReadWhich Language to Learn? and Career in Travel, Tourism, and Hospitality Industry.

  11. Hello sir,
    I have just started learning Japanese and I’m a commerce graduate. Can you please tell me which companies hire freshers for Japanese language?

    1. If you want to make your successful career in Japanese, you should aim for JLPT N2/N1 or Advanced Level. Generally, It will take 3-4 years to reach such high levels of proficiency. Barring few entry level jobs in BPO/KPO/Call centres, I’ve rarely seen a requirement of any Beginners or Intermediate level. There are several companies looking to hire freshers provided that your Japanese is quite good.

  12. Sir I have 10 year experience in automobile sector as an engineer. I want to learn japanese language. Please advise me it can be beneficial for my future?

    1. Japanese along with German are two most popular languages in the Automobile industry. Learn Japanese as a secondary skills that will enhance your career prospect in Japanese automobile companies.

    2. Sir my age is 33 year old. Belong from middle class family. Sir please total budget for learning Japanese language in part time.

      1. Every Japanese learning centre has different fee structure. Various Centres charge between Rs. 15,000 to 30,000 for 1 level. Add other cost like books, JLPT exam fees, etc. So, overall it might be close between 1.5 to 2 Lakh to complete Advanced Level.

  13. Hi sir, I’m a BA graduate, 27 year old. Right now I’m working in a call centre to pay my day to day bills, i don’t like doing this job. I’m kind of lost in life. I love japan, i like their culture and traditions, i always wanted to learn the language but couldn’t do due to some reasons. Is it too late for me? Or is there any career option for a BA graduate in Japanese language? And how much time will it take to know enough to get a job if i try really hard??
    Thank you

    1. If you want to learn, Whatever your reason – as long as you have a reason – you’re more likely to reach your language goals.

      It’s never too late if you have the zeal to study. Yes, there are plenty of options provided that you achieve high proficiency whether BA, MA from any University, or JLPT N2/N1 from any Pvt. Institute. If you study 10-15 hours per week, it will take 3 years to reach Advanced level. Caveat – Start only if you’re going to study for that long. Beginners level or 1 year Certificate course has no real-life advantage as far as career is concerned.

  14. sir, i have n2 certification and i am 24 years old. i will be appearing for n1 next year, i want to do japanese interpretation and i have confidence in my skill, but as interpretation is a skill in itself i wanted to ask if companies train freshers in interpretation or is it a skill i will have to acquire on my own, if so are there any places that train people in japanese interpretation.

    1. Congrats for completing N2. This is quite an achievement 🙂

      Generally, Companies don’t give the required training. You have to acquire on own through experience. Interpretation requires a high level of language competence in at least two languages and experience is always an added advantage. In addition, the manners, gestures and etiquette also play an important role. My suggestion would be to complete JLPT N1 and start working in a good company. Once you have some experience working with Japanese company or native speakers, you can try as a Japanese interpreter or translator.

  15. How much will it cost according to you in learning Japanese till advance level N2/N1. I am in 2nd year undergraduate bcom(hons) student and I am a weeaboo. I don’t know J of Japanese as for now but i will love to do it properly but i am not sure how much will it cost in total.

    1. The fee amount will differ depending upon the institution. Various Centres charge between Rs. 15,000 to 30,000 for 1 level. So, overall it might be close to 2 Lakh to complete 5-6 levels. Add other cost like books, JLPT exam fees, etc. JNU fees is almost ZERO whereas DU Fees is quite low (almost 1/3rd of the private institutes). So, it depends!

  16. Sir m 40 years & want to learn any foreign language for translator as career, plz suggest language & Universities for distance learning. Thank you.

    1. It is difficult to suggest one language. That will depend on numerous factors. You can read Which Language to Learn?

      To be a successful translator, you need near-native proficiency. This will take 4-5 years! Language learning is an interactive activity. Online or Distance learning is not successful. That is why very few options for distance learning. You can try beginners level course from IGNOU. ReadLanguage Courses in IGNOU and Translator as a Career Option

  17. はいけい先生。元気ですか。
    I am BCA graduate , completed N4 and now appearing for N3 , but I don’t want a job with computer or IT field. I want to be in pure translation and interpretation. Any suggestions from you respected sir. となかく the article was very good and so true. Passion is the most important thing according to me too. Sensei your guidance please.


    1. To be a successful professional translator or Interpreter, you need near-native proficiency in Source as well as the target language. You should continue with Japanese course with an aim to complete JLPT N1 in next 2 years. After JLPT N2, you can also pursue MA in Japanese. There are several options for that. The main objective of master programme is to groom the students for translation and interpretation. Good Luck!

  18. Hello sir,
    I am currently doing my mba in hr. Is it good for me to learn Japanese. like.. will it be useful for a HR having a foreign language knowledge? Also should I learn another language or go with Japanese

    1. Due to nature of the work, it is very difficult to say. It will really depend on the kinds of clients or companies you work for and where the majority of their target talent exists. If you want to learn, you should definitely learn. No, Only learn one language. It will take 3-4 years to reach Advanced Level Japanese.

      There is practically no benefit in learning only beginners level. Ergo, if you’re ready to study for next few years – Start learning Japanese! A caveat – If you quit midway, you will forget everything sooner or later! Once you complete the Advanced level, not only you will remember but surely find some good career opportunities. 頑張って (Good Luck!)

  19. Sir i have just completed my hsc 12th standard in science stream. Is this right time time to learn japanese or i should complete my graduation? Sir also tell me about the salary of a translator. Please do reply fast. Thank you sir

  20. Dear sir. I have completed B.E. mechanical (pune). During academics i have studied N5 but due to some problem i had not appeared in the exam. I love Japanese and want to learn for my career but within 2 years. sir should i continue in japanese or other language ?? Pl reply soon

  21. Hi Vikash,

    I am a 53 years old and sales professional with three decades of experience, at present working with a Retail Company. I have been contemplating to learn japanese language for quite some time. Will it help me to get job as freelancer or a job opportunity after learning japanese, If yes what is the scope. Please suggest.

    1. If you want to learn as a hobby – Then YES! Remember, you may or may not able to use Japanese skills for monetary gain.

      If Job opportunity as a Freelance is the only reason – Then NO. 3 Reasons 1) Because Learning Japanese takes time and if you want to be a Freelancer, you ‘ll need a high proficiency like JLPT N2/N1. This may take 3-4 years. Add tuition fees in 6 figures! 2) You will not able to work for very long time (may be 5-10 years). Working as a Freelance Japanese specialist is a very intensive, mentally stressful and hard-work. Most people start quitting between 50 to 60. I see all the time. 3) You will be competing with the one with good certification and time in had to learn more, improve, experiment, working in odd situation, and full of energy.

      Sorry for such straightforward answer but my only intention is to tell the truth as per my limited knowledge. In the nutshell, you can use your existing skills and add few which takes less time and comparatively easy to master. You can always learn Japanese as a hobby.

  22. Hi Sir,
    I am currently pursuing Mtech in computer science. I previously worked as a software developer and have a 2 years gap in my professional career. I wanted to know which language will have a better job prospect abroad French, Japanese or Korean as an IT sector employee or researcher. Also the time constraint is 2 years.
    Please help. Thanks.

  23. I am 30 years and graduate. I did diploma in fashion designing. now i want to learn Japanese language. I want to know whether it will be good for me as a career in it?

    1. Yes and future prospect is quite good too! Do remember If you want any good job, you need minimum JLPT N2 or Advanced Diploma in Japanese and that will take 3 years! Do remember studying a language including Japanese for few months has no real life advantage or any job opportunities anywhere. Only start if you are sure to study for long time. In the meanwhile, you can ReadWhy Most People Fail to Learn a Language?

  24. Hello Sir

    I have done B.A (English honors) from Delhi University. And i am preparing for JLPT N2 as of now. Japanese companies and people are usually concerned with engineering degrees. Is there any scope for an English hons. students as well?

    1. Yes. You can work as a Japanese Language expert in various sectors provided that you have at least JLPT N2 Certification. However, N2 takes time!

  25. Sir,
    I am doing BA PROGRAMME from SOL. Will it be good for me to learn japanese language? And can you please suggest me some jobs after completing N3.

    1. If you want to make your career in the field of Japanese, you should aim for N2/N1. I’ve rarely seen a requirement of any level of the JLPT below the N2/N1 except for entry level jobs. ReadJLPT Exam in India

  26. Konnichiwa sir,
    I have just started learning japanese from mosai delhi. Shall i appear for jlpt N5 in december this year?

    1. こんにちは (Hi) Alisha

      That will depend on your proficiency level and preparation! Your Sensei (Faculty) will be in better position to guide you. JLPT N5 covers Hiragana, Katakana, around 100 Kanji, their various readings and pronunciations, as well as around 400-500 words of Japanese and the basic rudiments of Japanese grammar. ReadJLPT Exam in India

      頑張って (Do your Best)

  27. Sir, I completed B pharmacy. I also gave N4 Jlpt. Now I want to do mba in pharma. And also want to prepare for N3. Is there any use of Japanese language in pharma industry.

    1. Japan is one of the largest pharmaceutical markets in the globe only behind US and China. For getting successful access in Japan, or work in Japanese or Indian companies dealing with Japan, Proficiency in Japanese will be an added advantage. Aim for at least JLPT N2. ReadJLPT Exam in India

  28. Hello Sir,
    I have done and carrying almost 2.6 years of experience in Finance and Account profile. Please suggest will it be beneficial for me i was thinking to do german language. which language has brighter future in india german or japanese?

    1. Since both are equally popular and important, it is difficult to choose one. I personally like Japanese more than German. In addition, German is overcrowded. If you’re ready to study for next 3 years, Japanese is better option. Do remember Japanese is not easy and it will take time. However, with a bit of hard work and lots of determination, you can do it.

  29. I’m doing my undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering. If i learn Japanese along with will it be helpful?

    1. Yes, if you want to work with any Japanese company. German and Japanese are top choices in the field of Mechanical Engineering. Japanese is one of those languages that require utter dedication and persistence to master. If you’re ready to study for 3+ years, then Japanese is the right choice.

  30. Hii sir,
    Is it possible to learn japanese through distance mode. If yes then plz suggest some institutions which provide distance mode certification program.
    Thanks n regards

    1. Mumbai University offers 1-year in Certificate / Diploma / Advanced Diploma in Japanese. You can also try few private centres like Fujiwara, JP Foundation, Cambridge Institute, etc. Since, i have not verified personally, i cannot comment on quality. You can visit few and decide accordingly. ReadForeign Language Courses in Mumbai University

  31. Hi Vikash,
    Does mumbai university have Japanese language courses?? If yes, do they have weekend classes?

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