Nagaland proposes institute of foreign languages
Kohima, May 18 (UNI) In a bid to boost trade with South East Asian countries, Nagaland is planning to teach foreign languages to its manpower.
The government would set up an institute of Foreign Languages in Kohima.
The institute would offer courses for graduates in Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Thai languages, short courses in English, besides local dialects like Tenyidie and Ao.
Higher Education Minister Shurhozelie, after a state Planning Development Board meeting recently, said the institute would be set up to make Nagalnd the gateway of South East Asian countries.
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