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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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ISO Certified Japanese Training Center

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NAVIS 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.

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Japanese Course Available

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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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.
This experience would be very new for them. They are very excited about their new life in Japan.

It needs a lot of effort and dedication to gain the designation of a caregiver. NAVIS focuses on quality training and thus has been successful in providing good placements for efficient candidates.

These candidates were prepared to adapt to the changes they are going to face in Japan. Grooming is an integral part of our training program.

We have organized a platform in Japan for these candidates to display their skills.

The placement of Indian nurses in Japan is executed by NAVIS.
There is a total of 20 Indian nurses who are currently working in Japan.

Though the candidates were exhausted from their long journey they just couldn’t stop smiling.

NAVIS wishes them luck for their future endeavors.