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Latest Developments at JHC- Part 2

  Latest Developments at JHC- Part 2
The Indo Japanese Association Offerings for JHC
   
  The Indo-Japanese Association, Mumbai.
Oricon House, 7th Floor, Kalaghoda, Fort, Mumbai- 400 001.
Contact No : 22873027 or 22844772.
Website : www.indojap.in
   
  About Us
   
  The Indo-Japanese Association was established in the year 1954, by a well-known Economist, late A. D. Shroff, with a view to foster friendship, co-operation and understanding between the people of India and Japan. In this task, Mr. Shroff was ably assisted by Mr. G. S. Pohekar, a professor of Economics.
   
  Aims and Objectives
   
  To promote better understanding and appreciation of art, literature, culture, philosophy and economic policies, etc.relating to India and Japan
   
  1. Promotion of enduring goodwill, friendship and co-operation in all spheres of life, thought and allied activities between the people of India and other countries.
  2. To facilitate greater trade and economic co-operation between India and Japan
   
  Aims and Objectives
   
  To promote better understanding and appreciation of art, literature, culture, philosophy and economic policies, etc.relating to India and Japan
   
  1. Promotion of enduring goodwill, friendship and co-operation in all spheres of life, thought and allied activities between the people of India and other countries.
  2. To facilitate greater trade and economic co-operation between India and Japan
  3. Publications of Journals, books, pamphlets and periodicals about ongoing activities of the association. Publication of the proceedings of events, study and research works, having a bearing on the Indo-Japanese relations.
  4. Organization of conventions, conferences and seminars on topical issues in both the countries.
  5. Conducting classes in the Japanese language for the benefit of students in India.
  6. Provision of translation and interpretation facilities.
  7. Promoting Japanese Arts: Ikebana, Bonsai, Origami, Sumi-e etc.
  8. Organization of cultural events: Dance, Drama, Ballets and other Entertainment programs.
  9. Exhibitions of films depicting vital aspects of Japanese and Indian ways of life.
  10. Holding receptions and press conferences for distinguished personalities and VIPs from Japan.
  11. Sending cultural delegations to Japan and welcoming Japanese delegations to India.
   
  The Association, however, does not express opinions or associate with political in any manner.
   
  JAPANESE ARTS AND JAPANESE LANGUAGE
   
  1. Japanese Language Classes: We are the pioneering institiute conducting Japanese Language Classes,for over forty years at our Kala Ghoda Office in South Mumbai. We have qualified & Trained Teachers who prepare the students (in small batches of 10-15 students ) for Basic 1,Intermediate 1&2 and Advance Courses in Japanese. Besides,we undertake Corporate Coaching Assignments to prepare the Co.executives to learn Japanese Language and interact effectively in the globalised business atmosphere. We undertake Translation (Japanese-English-Japanese) and services of our experienced Interpreters are made available on request (all over India).
   
  2. Ikebana: Ikebana is the Japanese Art of Flower Arrangement. We have been conducting Ikebana Classes for over thirty years,on Saturdays at our Kala Ghoda Office in South Mumbai. The classes are conducted by trained Teachers (Ms.Sunita Nevatia & Poornima Shah) under the able guidance of Grand Master-Ohara School, Mrs.T.T.Pithavala.
   
  3. Bonsai Study Group: Bonsai is the art of dwarfing or pruning trees(miniaturising) in a systematic manner. Mr. & Mrs Nikunj Parekh have been conducting Bonsai Classes on behalf of the Indo Japanese Association at their residence in South Mumbai for over three decades. Bonsai group continues to publish a quarterly Bulletin ‘Nichin Bonsai’ for over two decades.
   
  4. Sumi- E Paintings: The Japanesse Art of Painting ( with special Brushes) is known as Sumi-e Painting. Sumi-e classes are conducted by Mrs Shama Devare on appointed days at our Kala Ghoda Office.
   
  5. Origami : The Japanese Art of paper folding : to create articles in different shapes& sizes with a special papersheet. The classes can be organized at our Kala Ghoda office on a request from a group of ten persons.
   
  6. Economic Cooperation Council (ECC): Established in the year 1983 to promote bilateral Trade & Economic Cooperation with Japan & other ASEAN Countries. ECC continues to publish a monthly bulletin for the benefit of its members.
   

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  C/o Jai Hind College, Basantsing Institute of Science & J.T. Lalvani of Commerce, 'A' Road, Churchgate,
Mumbai-400020 India.

+91 22 2287 3340

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