1.Technical Intern Trainees will advance their careers and contribute to the development of industries and companies through the utilization of their acquired skills after returning to their home countries.

2.Technical Intern Trainees will contribute to the reform of quality management, work practices, cost awareness, etc., and to the improvement of production in their home countries through the utilization of their acquired skills and know-how.

3.The program will benefit Japanese Implementing Organizations, etc., through the strengthening of relationships with overseas companies, the internationalization of management, vitalization of the company and contribution to production.

On the occasion of the visit of the Union Minister for Petroleum & Natural Gas and Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Dharmendra Pradhan to Tokyo, India and Japan concluded the Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) on Technical Intern Training Programme (TITP) on October 17, 2017.

The MoC was signed by Pradhan on the behalf of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship of Government of India with Katsunobu Kato, Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan in a solemn ceremony at the Ministry of Health Labour and Welfare in Tokyo, Japan.

The MoC on TITP is expected to significantly expand the bilateral cooperation between India and Japan in the field of skill development. India is the third country with which Japan has signed the MoC as per the requirements of the Technical Intern Training Act scheduled to enter into force in November 2017.

In the bilateral Joint Statement issued during the visit of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to India in September, the two Prime Ministers expressed confidence that synergy between Japan’s advanced technology and India’s rich human resources can transform both countries into new centres of production in the global industrial network.

In this regard, they underscored the potential to further cooperate in human resources development and exchanges utilising such frameworks as Japan’s Technical Intern Training Program (TITP). The MoC on TITP paves the way for sending Indian technical interns to Japan for on-the-job training for a period of three to five years.

As per Government of Japan’s data for end-2016, approximately 2,30,000 technical intern trainees from multiple countries are on training in Japan. In 2016, about 1,08,709 technical interns entered Japan from various partner countries such as Vietnam, China and Indonesia that account for large numbers

Orion Sashi’s Japanese Language Certification Course, is a great opportunity to enhance your skills and add an extra dimension to your CV. This will open up new opportunities for lucrative jobs in both Indian and Japanese companies in India and abroad.

At present, there are more than 1,400 Japanese registered companies in India with an increase of 100 companies on an average every year. Japan is the 2nd largest software market in the world next to US, so there are enormous job opportunities for those with Japanese skills due to a decline in the population in Japan.

Automobile companies like Suzuki, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Mazda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Isuzu, etc., are world players with factories and businesses in India. Electronics companies like Toshiba, Panasonic, Sony, Sharp, NEC, Fujitsu, etc., also have a strong presence in India.

India is a developing market which many Japanese companies are keen on entering, so there are work opportunities in both India and Japan.

Japanese Interpreter and Translator (with future chances of promotions to Manager, Branch head, General Manager, and Country head), Bilingual engineer in IT industry (with future chances to work in Japan)

For those who have completed the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JPLT) course levels of N5 or N4 in India, studying the Japanese language opens up numerous jobs in Japan

Orion Sashi will provide training for N5 & N4 level of Japanese language and the assessment called Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) will be conducted after the course. This is a reliable means of evaluating and certifying the Japanese language proficiency of non-native speakers.

Japanese speaking candidates will get opportunities in India with the JPLT N4 level itself in industries such as IT, automobile manufacturing, and other Japanese companies in India.

The training will be conducted by a qualified Japanese language trainer.

  • • Min 12th Pass
  • • Aspirants looking for job opportunities in Japan
  • • Weekdays
  • • Weekend
  • • Evening

After successful completion of Japanese studies, we will help you with job placements in India and Japan.