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CEO, Alemtemshi Jamir, wherein was a panellist in the Inaugural Session and also one of the Speakers in the Session of the States. The CEO invited a “long partnership in perpetuity” and highlighted that the foremost requirement for Nagaland from Japanese investors as well as the Indian investors is infrastructure development of roads and highways, Airways and Railways. He also emphasized on the importance of skills development for the Naga youths and how with the right kind of training and building upon the nature of the Nagas such as their hospitability, high literacy and command over English-speaking, the Japanese and the rest of the world can harness the potential of the Naga youth, simultaneously addressing the high unemployment rate in the State.




Meeting held at Guwahati with Japan Foundation to discuss Japanese Open Language Course to be introduced in Nagaland University, wherein the salary of the instructor will be met by Japan Foundation for a period of 3 years.


Meeting held with Japan Centre of Excellence (JACEEX), Japan Education & Skill Development Centre (JESDC) for possible setting up of incubation centres that impart not only Japanese language but also lifestyle, etiquettes, arts & crafts, and especially on-job training leading to employment in various Japanese companies in India and abroad.


Meeting with JICA officials.