Indo-Japan Cultural Centre
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.