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TENSAI NIHONGO GAKKOU (Earlier known as RAI & SINGH LANGUAGE INSTITUTE (REGD.) offers short term basic & advance courses in Japanese Language. All courses are run as per the international standard by the competent teachers to acquire proficiency in the Japanses Language to Certificate and Diploma levels:
COURSES DURATION FEE / COURSE
(INR)
DAYS PER WEEK Per Month Total Hours Per Class Hours Home Tuitions FEE (Per Hour)
INR
N-5 (A+B) BASIC-1 4 Months /
96 Hrs.
25000 2 24 Hrs. 2 Hrs. 1200
N-4 (A+B) BASIC-2 4 Months /
96 Hrs.
25000 2 24 Hrs. 2 Hrs. 1200
N-3 1INTERMEDIATE 4 Months / 64 Hrs. 25000 2 24 Hrs. 2 Hrs. 1500
N-2 PRE- ADVANCE 6 Months / 144 Hrs. 30000 2 24 Hrs. 2 Hrs. 2000
N-1 ADVANCE 6 Months / 144 Hrs. 25000 2 24 Hrs. 2 Hrs. 2000
(Automobile Technical Training) Spl. Classes ON SAT 4 Months / 48 Hrs 50,000 2 12 Hrs. 3 Hrs. 3600
Japanese Teaching Training 4 Months / 50,000 6 8 Hrs. 8 Hrs. N/A
ENGLISH CLASSES For Japanese Native ON SAT & SUN 4 Months / 96 Hrs. 30,000 2 2 Hrs. 2 Hrs. 3600
Students are encouraged to develop their skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing the Japanese Language as it in the need of the day and it is almost indispensable. The Courses are not only important knowledge of Japanese Language but also give orientation of culture, heritage and cuisine of Japan.
 
Details of all LEVELS courses :

N-5 (A+B) BASIC-1
3 Japanese writing methods [Hiragana (46+25+36), Katakana (46+26+36), Kanjis 103 to 140] (JLPT Level N 5 Kanji List, The kanji list is derived from the pre-2010 Test Content Specification. As of 2010, there is no official kanji list. This list is an approximate guide that is likely to match requirements for the N 5 exam). Hiragana is for Japanese natives and katakana for foreign adopted words. Kanji is a pictograph symbol which explains whole meaning in a picture. With all this basic sentence patterns using basic grammar. The completion of this course enables the student to communicate with the Japanese by answering questions and asking questions. The student is enabled to read and write small paragraphs. Converse in day to day situation like inviting someone. Offering help. making a request, complaining and apologizing effectively.

N-4 (A+B) BASIC-2
(JLPT Level N 4 Kanji List, The kanji list is derived from the pre-2010 Test Content Specification. As of 2010, there is no official kanji list. This list is an approximate guide that is likely to match requirements for the N 4 exam). N-5 kanjis + 180 around N-4 kanjis with extra kanjis along with improved sentences patterns and grammar. The completion of this course enables the student to communicate with the Japanese by answering questions and asking questions. The student is enabled to read and write small paragraphs. Converse in day to day situation like inviting someone. Offering help. making a request, complaining and apologizing effectively.

N-3 Intermediate
(A requirement of company as an interpreter should have the N-3 level) The Level N3 kanji list is expected to be about 650 (or between 300-1000) This list is an educated guess which starts by taking all kanji from jouyou (Japanese school) grades 1 to 4 and filter out those which are already in level's N4 and N5. This brings total kanji here to 361 (earlier levels total = 103 + 181 + 361 = 645) Now what else is……with more improved sentences patterns and grammar The completion of this course enables the student to speak, understand, read and write about personal experiences or notations. He / She can make request, complaints and apologize fluently and aptly. Can construct expressions which are effective, easy to comprehend, and can appropriately respond to the listener, thereby enabling a smooth conversation.

N-2 Pre advance
The Level N2 kanji list is expected to be about 739,This list is an educated guess which starts by taking all kanji from jouyou (Japanese school) grades 5 to 9 and filter out those which are already in level's N3, N4 and N5. This brings total kanji here to 739 (earlier levels total =103 + 181 + 361 + 739 = 1,384) Now what else is……with more improved sentences patterns and grammar The completion of this course enables the student to speak, understand, read and write about personal experiences or potations. He / She can make request, complaints and apologize fluently and aptly. Can construct expressions which are effective, easy to comprehend, and can appropriately respond to the listener, thereby enabling a smooth conversation.

N-1 Advance
The Level N1 kanji list is expected to be about 650 (or between 300-1000) This list is an educated guess which starts by taking all kanji from jouyou (Japanese school) grades 10 to 12 and filter out those which are already in level's N2, N3, N4 and N5. This brings total kanji here to 561 (earlier levels total =103 + 181 + 361 + 739 + 561 = 1,945) Now what else is……with more improved sentences patterns and grammar. Upon completion of this course the student can carry out a smooth conversation with the Japanese and discuss about problems or issues .He/ She can draw out information from the Japanese in an effective manner. Further, He / She can build, maintain and restore interpersonal relationships. Can pursue study about his area of interest in Japanese, and make an oral presentation or/and write a report about it.
ADMISSION :
10+2 standard or equivalent are eligible for admission. The candidate seeking admission in the institute can contact the institute between 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m on week days.
 
IDENTIFICATION :
After admission, students will be issued identification card, which they are required to keep in their possession and produce, whenever required.
 
NOTICE BOARD :
It is compulsory for students to read the Notice Board for any announcement made by the institute from time to time.