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Hindi-English Learning Session for Japanese participants

न चोरहार्यं न च राजहार्यं न भ्रातृभ्राज्यं न च भारकारि। व्यये कृते वर्धत एव नित्यं विद्याधनं सर्वधनप्रधानम्॥ “It (knowledge) cannot be stolen by a thief. It (knowledge) cannot taken away by a King. It (knowledge) cannot be divided among brothers. It (knowledge) does not cause load. It always increses when spent. The wealth of knowledge is the greatest of all wealths.” The Cultural Team mustered up the survival kit for

Namaste India… Japan, arigatō

“Namaste” is a commonly spoken valediction or salutation which means “I bow to you”. “Arigato”, in Japanese, means “Thank you very much”. Japan and India are two countries with deep historical and cultural ties. The synergies and complementarities in the society, culture and economies of India and Japan offers immense potential for enhanced cooperation that will result in positive developments in cultural exchanges. Osamu Tezuka, kamisama of manga wrote biographical

Buddy Program Chronicles – The Induction Day

The D-Day arrived when our Japanese buddies started their official journey to learn Software Solution Design (SSD) and also to get a glimpse of India. A total of seventeen students from Ritsumeikan University have come to India as part of their summer course to attain knowledge in Software Solution Design. This gives them an opportunity to know more about the Indian culture and also encourage them to consider education in

Buddy Project Chronicles

Day 2 – Lavale Campus Visit SIC website describes Lavale Campus as- “Located among lush hills, Lavale offers a chance to coexist with nature as it stands over a valley surrounded by clouds and painted green in its best season. Powered by solar sources, its eco-friendly functioning makes for a perfect setting for contemplative and incisive study far from the worries and hustle of the city.” I fortunately got a

Day 1 – Japanese Buddy Program

Day 1- Japanese Buddy Program “Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others.” – Cicero Gratitude is what you receive when you meet a Japanese person – a gentle respectful bow to welcome you. As I entered Tamanna Hotel, where our fellow Japanese buddies were eagerly waiting to go on a Pune tour. Yusuke entered in three piece suit to meet his respectful professor,


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