Tripura University to Introduce Japanese, Korean and Nepali Language Classes | India News

Agartal: The University of Tripura, a central university, wants to introduce degree courses in Japanese, Korean, Nepali and Manipuri from the next academic session, officials said Thursday.

Co-Registrar M. M. Reang said the university’s Academic Council recently decided to launch one-year degree courses in Japanese, Korean, Nepali and Manipuri languages ​​and to open postgraduate departments and courses. leading to a degree in National Security Studies, Social Work and Manipuri Dance. .

“After getting approval from the University Grants Commission and the Union Ministry of Education, the new courses and departments would start,” Reang told IANS.

Currently, the University of Tripura teaches diploma and diploma courses in the tribal language “Kokborok”.

He said that currently six Bangladeshi students are studying at the central university which was established in 2007.

The Joint Registrar said Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Muhammad Imran and Agartala-based Deputy High Commissioner Muhammad Zubaid Hussain held talks on Wednesday with the Vice Chancellor of Tripura University, Prof. Ganga Prasad Prasain, and other senior university officials.


Sylvester L. Goldfarb