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ONLINE INTERNATIONAL WEBINAR /TECHNICAL LECTURE BY PROFESSOR TERESA JACOBS FROM INTERNATIONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (ISDC), UK ON 01.12.2020   |    ONLINE INTERNATIONAL WEBINAR /TECHNICAL LECTURE BY PROFESSOR DONGWOO JASON YEON FROM ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, TEMPE. USA ON 13.11.2020   |    ONLINE INTERNATIONAL WEBINAR /TECHNICAL LECTURE BY PROFESSOR DARKI SAEED FROM URAL FEDERAL UNIVERSITY (URFU), YEKETERNBERG, RUSSIA on 30.10.2020    |    ONLINE INTERNATIONAL WEBINAR /TECHNICAL LECTURE BY PROFESSOR ANDREY SOZYKIN FROM URAL FEDERAL UNIVERSITY (URFU), YEKETERNBERG, RUSSIA on 28.10.2020   |    WORLD EDUCATION FAIR ON HIGHER STUDIES ORGANISED BY THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (IELTS) AT HOTEL TAJ COROMANDEL, CHENNAI ON 23/02/2020   |    UK EDUCATION FAIR BY BRITISH COUNCIL ON 31-01-2020 & 01-02 2020    |    INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR/TECHNICAL LECTURE ON 21.01.2020 BY PROFESSOR’S FROM USA & ITALY@ BIHER    |   

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INDO JAPAN CULTURAL CENTRE was established in BIHER in 2019, to strengthen the Japan-India relations in educational, cultural and economic fields among students. And it’s marching ahead with a grand vision.

In order to make BIHER - IJCC a unique and a Centre of Excellence various activities are conducted in the Centre ,which includes popularizing Japanese art, literature and culture, business practices and management techniques and explore in new areas of cooperation in all aspects of Indo-Japan relations. The Centre itself is actively involved in strengthening linguistic and cultural relations between Japan and India. Special lectures and seminars by Indian and Japanese scholars will be organized from time to time through video conferencing at INDO-JAPAN CULTURAL CENTRE- BIHER or by inviting the Japanese scholars to BIHER-Chennai.

The Centre has organized seminars, workshops and cultural events etc. from time to time to create a new awareness among student community in the university, about the growing importance of Japan in Indian polity, through planned programmes.

Our Main activities:
  • Japanese Language Teaching.
  • Holding cultural functions independently or in association with the Consulate-General of Japan.
  • Conducting Speech Contest for Japanese Language.
  • Preparing and training students for JLPT certification exam.
  • Provided students placement in Japan collaborated companies.
  • Hosting Seminars &Workshop in Japanese Language Education supported by The Japan Foundation.
  • Holding different other functions- Japanese Film Festival, Japanese Night, Japanese Language Speech and Haiku contest.

Japanese Film Festival

Consulate – General of Japan conducted a Japanese Film Festival at VR – Mall on 15th Nov 2019. Japan consulate cultural head – Ms. Megumi Shimada and Mr. Loganathan were the event organizers who was behind this successful event. Almost 50 students actively joined the event, it was a good opportunity for the students to connect with the language and develop their interest in it. They enjoyed watching the movie same time getting to know the culture of native Japanese people. Japan consulate cultural head – Ms. Megumi Shimada and Mr. Loganathan was surprised to see a huge young crowd who showed interest in learning the language. They interacted with students promising to help them with scholarships to study in japan. Students curiously questioned Japanese people who were present in the event and tried to acquire knowledge on their practice and culture.



いろひ (Color Day)

As scheduled in the academic calendar Department of Multi-Linguistics studies conducted IRO-HI on 19/2/2020( Tuesday). More than 150 students actively participated and won prizes in various events .I thank Dr.Manikandan first year HOD, Dr. Mani civil HOD, Prof. Dayakar civil department, Mr.Praveen kumar MBA HOD for gracing the occasion with their presence and judging winners for Origami, Lantern making and anime quiz. I also thank Dean S&H for his support. The students were highly motivated by the speech shared by the dignitaries.



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About JLPT Certification
What is the purpose of Jlpt?

The JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) was developed to measure the proficiency level of non-native learners of Japanese. It is used by some companies and schools (especially schools in Japan) to determine an individual's Japanese language ability.

Levels in JLPT Certification:

The JLPT has five levels: N1, N2, N3, N4 and N5. The easiest level is N5 and the most difficult level is N1. N4 and N5 measure the level of understanding of basic Japanese mainly learned in class. N3 is intermediate level, clearing this level will help you get a Job both in INDIA and JAPAN and even in other foreign countries.

Objective and History

The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) has been offered by the Japan Foundation and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services (formerly Association of International Education, Japan) since 1984 as a reliable means of evaluating and certifying the Japanese proficiency of non-native speakers. More number of examinees around the globe, making JLPT the largest-scale Japanese-language test in the world.

Over time, test applicants have become more diverse, and use of JLPT results has expanded from skill measurement to include employment screening and evaluation for promotions and pay raises as well as use as a form of qualification. Many outstanding suggestions for improvement were also submitted by a wide variety of individuals around the world.

Advantages of JLPT

JLPT certificates offer various advantages, ranging from recognition as academic credit and graduation certification at schools to preferential treatment at companies and acknowledgement of qualification in society.

  1. Earn points for preferential treatment for immigration to Japan
  2. One of requirements to take Japan's national exams for medical practitioners
  3. One of requirements to take Japan's prefectural exams for assistant nurses
  4. A test subject is waved on accreditation exam for completion of junior high school level education in Japan
  5. One of requirements for the nurse/caregiver candidates
3 Main Key Characteristics
1.Measures communicative competence required to perform tasks

The JLPT places importance not only on (1) knowledge of Japanese-language vocabulary and grammar but also on the (2) ability to use the knowledge in actual communication. In order to perform various "everyday tasks" that require language, not only language knowledge but also the ability to actually use it are necessary. Therefore, the JLPT measures comprehensive Japanese-language communicative competence through three elements: "Language Knowledge" to measure (1), and "Reading" and "Listening" to measure (2).

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Due to the large scale of testing, answers will be machine-scored. Note that the JLPT does not include sections to measure speaking or writing proficiency directly.

2.Select a suitable level from among five levels

The JLPT is offered in five levels (N1, N2, N3, N4, N5). In order to measure Japanese-language proficiency as thoroughly as possible, test items are designed for each level.N4 and N5 measure understanding of basic Japanese that is mainly learned in the classroom. N1 and N2 measure understanding of Japanese used in a broad range of actual everyday scenes. N3 bridges the gap between N4/N5 and N1/N2.

3.More accurately measures Japanese-language proficiency with scaled scores

Despite the best attempts to assure consistency, it is inevitable that the level of difficulty of the test will differ slightly from session to session. Using "raw scores" (based on the number of correct answers) could result in different test scores for individuals with the same ability, depending on the difficulty of tests. Instead of raw scores, the JLPT has adopted "scaled scores." Scaled scores are based on the equalization method and allow measurement on the same scale regardless of time the test is taken.Scaled scores enable the JLPT to more accurately and fairly indicate Japanese-language ability at the time of testing.

N1- N5 Summary of Liguistics Competence Required for each Level

The JLPT has five levels: N1, N2, N3, N4 and N5. The easiest level is N5 and the most difficult level is N1.

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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.

Linguistic competence required for the JLPT is expressed in terms of language activities, such as Reading and Listening, as shown in the table below. While not noted in the table, Language Knowledge, such as Vocabulary and Grammar, is also required for successful execution of these activities.

Level A summary of linguistic competence required for each level
N1 The ability to understand Japanese used in a variety of circumstances. Reading
  • One is able to read writings with logical complexity and/or abstract writings on a variety of topics, such as newspaper editorials and critiques, and comprehend both their structures and contents.
  • One is also able to read written materials with profound contents on various topics and follow their narratives as well as understand the intent of the writers comprehensively.
Listening
  • One is able to comprehend orally presented materials such as coherent conversations, news reports, and lectures, spoken at natural speed in a broad variety of settings, and is able to follow their ideas and comprehend their contents comprehensively. One is also able to understand the details of the presented materials such as the relationships among the people involved, the logical structures, and the essential points.
N2 The ability to understand Japanese used in everyday situations, and in a variety of circumstances to a certain degree.
Reading
  • One is able to read materials written clearly on a variety of topics, such as articles and commentaries in newspapers and magazines as well as simple critiques, and comprehend their contents.
  • One is also able to read written materials on general topics and follow their narratives as well as understand the intent of the writers.
Listening
  • One is able to comprehend orally presented materials such as coherent conversations and news reports, spoken at nearly natural speed in everyday situations as well as in a variety of settings, and is able to follow their ideas and comprehend their contents. One is also able to understand the relationships among the people involved and the essential points of the presented materials.
N3 The ability to understand Japanese used in everyday situations to a certain degree.
Reading
  • One is able to read and understand written materials with specific contents concerning everyday topics.
  • One is also able to grasp summary information such as newspaper headlines.
  • In addition, one is also able to read slightly difficult writings encountered in everyday situations and understand the main points of the content if some alternative phrases are available to aid one’s understanding.
Listening
  • One is able to listen and comprehend coherent conversations in everyday situations, spoken at near-natural speed, and is generally able to follow their contents as well as grasp the relationships among the people involved.
N4 The ability to understand basic Japanese.
Reading
  • One is able to read and understand passages on familiar daily topics written in basic vocabulary and kanji.
Listening
  • One is able to listen and comprehend conversations encountered in daily life and generally follow their contents, provided that they are spoken slowly.
N5 The ability to understand some basic Japanese..
Reading
  • One is able to read and understand typical expressions and sentences written in hiraganakatakana, and basic kanji.
Listening
  • One is able to listen and comprehend conversations about topics regularly encountered in daily life and classroom situations, and is able to pick up necessary information from short conversations spoken slowly.
Composition of Test Sections and Items
Test sections and test times
Level Test sections 〈Test time〉
N1 Language Knowledge(Vocabulary/Grammar) Reading 〈110min〉 Listening
〈60min〉
N2 Language Knowledge(Vocabulary/Grammar) Reading 〈105min〉 Listening
〈50min〉
N3 Language Knowledge(Vocabulary)〈30min〉 Language Knowledge(Grammar) Reading 〈70min〉 Listening
〈40min〉
N4 Language Knowledge(Vocabulary) 〈30min〉
Test time is 〈25min〉 from the test in 2020 (December).
Language Knowledge(Grammar) Reading 〈60min〉
Test time is 〈55min〉 from the test in 2020 (December)
Listening
〈35min〉
No change of test time
N5 Language Knowledge(Vocabulary) 〈25min〉
Test time is 〈20min〉 from the test in 2020 (December).
Language Knowledge(Grammar) Reading 〈50min〉
Test time is 〈40min〉 from the test in 2020 (December).
Listening
〈30min〉
No change of test time

Composition of test items

Questions in each test section are categorized into type of test items according to competence to be measured. Each test item type contains multiple questions. Purposes of test item types are determined for each level.

Test section Type of test items N1 N2 N3 N4 N5
Language Knowledge
Reading
Vocabulary Kanji reading
Orthography
Word formation
Contextually-defined expressions
Paraphrases
Usage
Grammar Sentential grammar 1
(Selecting grammar form)
Sentential grammar 2
(Sentence composition)
Text grammar
Reading Comprehension
(Short passages)
Comprehension
(Mid-size passages)
Comprehension
(Long passages)
Integrated comprehension
Thematic comprehension
(Long passages)
Information retrieval
Listening Task-based comprehension
Comprehension of key points
Comprehension of general outline
Verbal expressions
Quick response
Integrated comprehension
Scoring sections, Pass or Fail,Score Report
  1. Scoring sections and range of scores for each level
  2. Correspondence between test sections and scoring sections
  3. Determination of pass/fail
  4. Notification of test results
  5. Understanding Score Reports
1.Scoring sections and range of scores for each level

Test results are given according to scoring sections in the table below. N1, N2 and N3 have three scoring sections: Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar)," "Reading" and "Listening." N4 and N5 have two scoring sections: "Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar) ・Reading" and "Listening."

Level Scoring sections Range of scores
N1 Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar) 0~60
Reading 0~60
Listening 0~60
Total score 0~180
N2 Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar) 0~60
Reading 0~60
Listening 0~60
Total score 0~180
N3 Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar) 0~60
Reading 0~60
Listening 0~60
Total score 0~180
N4 Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar) Reading 0~120
Listening 0~60
Total score 0~180
N5 Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar) ・Reading 0~120
Listening 0~60
Total score 0~180

2.Correspondence between test sections and scoring sections

Test sections in the test and scoring sections in the test results correspond as given in the table below.

In test In test results
Level Test sections Scoring sections Range of scores
N1
N2
Language Knowledge(Vocabulary/Grammar) Reading International Relations Language Knowledge
(Vocabulary/Grammar)
0~60
Reading 0~60
Listening Listening 0~60
N3 Language Knowledge
(Vocabulary)
International Relations Language Knowledge
(Vocabulary/Grammar)
0~60
Language Knowledge(Grammar)・Reading Reading 0~60
Listening Listening 0~60
N4
N5
Language Knowledge(Vocabulary) International Relations Language Knowledge
(Vocabulary/Grammar)・Reading
0~120
Language Knowledge(Grammar)・Reading
Listening Listening 0~60

3.Determination of pass/fail

In order to pass, (1) total score needs to be at or above the point required for passing (overall pass mark) and (2) score in each scoring section needs to be at or above the minimum point required for passing (sectional pass mark). If there is even one scoring section where the score is below the sectional pass mark, examinees are determined to have failed, no matter how high the total score he/she might have.

Scoring sections of N1-N3 and N4-N5 are different. Overall pass marks and sectional pass marks for each level are shown in the table below.

Level Total score Scores by Scoring Sections
Language Knowledge
(Vocabulary/Grammar)
Reading Listening
Range of scores Overall pass marks Range of scores Sectional pass marks Range of scores Sectional pass marks Range of scores Sectional pass marks
N1 0~180
points
100 points 0~60 points 19 points 0~60 points 19 points 0~60 points 19 points
N2 0~180
points
90 points 0~60 points 19 points 0~60 points 19 points 0~60 points 19 points
N3 0~180
points
95 points 0~60 points 19 points 0~60 points 19 points 0~60 points 19 points
Level Total score Scores by Scoring Sections
Language Knowledge
(Vocabulary/Grammar) Reading
Listening
Range of scores Overall pass marks Range of scores Sectional pass marks Range of scores Sectional pass marks
N4 0~180
points
90 points 0~120 points 38 points 0~60 points 19 points
N5 0~180
points
80 points 0~120 points 38 points 0~60 points 19 points

※The above standards were adopted beginning with July test in 2010 (December test in 2010 with N4 and N5).

Examinees will be judged to have failed if they miss a test section. Although they will receive a Score Report, it will not show scores for any test section, including those that have been taken.


4.Notification of test results

All examinees in each level will receive a Score Report.

Successful examinees will receive a Certificate of Proficiency.


5. Understanding Score Reports
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※If an examinee misses a required test section, scoring is not conducted and he/she is judged to have failed. The examinee will receive a Score Report※1 yet it does not show scores for any test section, including those that have been taken. Scores are shown as asterisks (for example **/60) in the score columns.

JLPT Students List July –Dec Batch 2021

Batch 1

S NO SEM REGNO NAME DEPT SECTION
1 4TH U19CS466 KARTHIGA CSE SEC C
2 4TH U19AS008 DHIRAJ AEROSPACE SEC A
3 4TH U19AS023 IRFAN AEROSPACE SEC A
4 4TH U19AC003 AKSHAYA BIO SEC A
5 4TH U19AC052 RAAGAVI BIO SEC A
6 4TH U19AE008 POOJA SRI AERONAUTICAL SEC A
7 4TH U19AE007 RADHIKA AERONAUTICAL SEC A
8 4TH U19AC006 SOWMIYA BIO SEC A
9 4TH U19CB026 LEKHANA CSE SEC E
10 4TH U19EC274 BHAVANA ECE SEC D
11 4TH U19AE027 RANJITH AERONAUTICAL SEC A
12 4TH U19CS432 SARANYA CSE SEC B
13 4TH U19BR031 NIMISANTHU BIO SEC A
14 4TH U19AS010 ELEENA AEROSPACE SEC A
15 4TH U19AS029 SANANDHU AEROSPACE SEC A
16 4TH U19CN198 NITHEESH REDDY CSE SEC D
17 4TH U19CN113 GANESH CSE SEC C
18 4TH U19AS017 KAREENA AERO SEC A
19 4TH U19CS051 AMRITHA CSE SEC A
20 4TH U19CS071 SAI PRASANNA CSE SEC A
21 4TH U19MT032 RANJITH MECHATRONICS SEC A

Batch 2

S NO SEM REGNO NAME DEPT SECTION
1 4TH U19EC041 GAYATHRI ECE SEC A
2 4TH U19EC092 SAIKIRAN ECE SEC B
3 4TH U19CS021 HASINI CSE SEC A
4 4TH U19CS387 SINDU CSE SEC B
5 4TH U19EC282 PRIYADRAHSINI ECE SEC D
6 4TH U19EC262 GEETHASREE ECE SEC D
7 4TH U19AE004 ALETI YAMINI AERONAUTICAL SEC A
8 4TH U19AE049 TEJASHWINI AERONAUTICAL SEC A
9 4TH U19ME007 AHKILESH MECHANICAL SEC A
10 4TH U19CS027 AISHWARYA CSE SEC A
11 4TH U19CS405 DHARANI J CSE SEC B
12 4TH U19CN118 DHARANI CSE SEC C
13 4TH U19CN114 HARSHINI CSE SEC C
14 4TH U19EN002 JOSHNA ECE SEC G
15 4TH U19CN107 KOUSALYA CSE SEC C
16 4TH U19CN070 LIKITHA PRIYA CSE SEC C
17 4TH U19CN171 POOJA CSE SEC C
18 4TH U19CN124 SAILAJA CSE SEC C
19 4TH U19CN451 SRI LAKSHMI CSE SEC E
20 4TH U19CS393 SRIHITA REDDY CSE SEC B
21 4TH U19CN335 SRUJANA REDDY CSE SEC D
22 4TH U19EC284 SWAPNA ECE SEC D
23 4TH U19CS088 VENKATESH PRASAD CSE SEC A
24 6TH U18BM009 NIHAL BIOMEDICAL SEC A
25 6TH U18BR038 HARSHAVARDHINI GENETICS SEC A