Learning a foreign language

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Started By bhushan, 3 years, 11 months ago


I have completed my B.E and currently working in networking field.
I want to learn an additional foreign language simultenously. Shall I go for japanese or any other language?
And also suggest any institute that provides good training.


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    Hi Bhushan,

    With the increasing trade ties, there is an expanding need for foreign language experts especially in Spanish, French, German, Chinese and Japanese. Career in languages can prove fruitful for you. You may opt for any of these languages based on your preferences. There are different routes for learning a foreign language. You can join one of the known institutes like Alliance Francaise or Max Mueller Bhavan, University of Delhi, Jawaharlal National University (JNU) and Indira Gandhi National Open University. You could also do a part-time/full-time certificate course available at different universities and then move up to advanced level qualifications.

    Foreign Languages Institutes across India


    Posted By Nitin, 3 years, 11 months ago | Reply Report