Get accustomed to life in India, the future world's largest economy, brush up your English skills at a language school in India, do the missions (tasks) given by the local companies, do a lot of field work and learn the Indian way of thinking from a close range. This will definitely give you a very valuable experience of working in India using English language.
Since India is the world's largest market (Consumers and working population also no. 1), all the world wide companies are focusing on India.
According to the World Bank report, India's GDP per capita in PPP basis has even surpassed Japan and India is now ranking no. 3.
Most of the people in India speak English which is the common language of communication in business world.
If you are successful working in India, you can be successful at work anywhere in the world.
Capital of Karnataka, a south Indian state. With a population of 10 million, Bangalore ranks 3rd most populous city in India and is the political and economical center of South India along with Chennai.
People who have worked in the Silicon Valley in the US, have launched IT companies in Bangalore (Wipro 1980, Infosys 1981)
In the south Asia, it is among the few cities with a moderate climate throughout the year, being 920m above the sea level. Bangalore is full of greenary and is called the Garden City of India. Being generally peaceful and safe, Bangalore is the city most convenient to live in.
In the automotive industry, Toyota has opened a factory in Bangalore. About 250 Japanese companies have their foothold in Bangalore and many more Japanese companies have turned their focus to Bangalore.
Registration Requirements: Minimum 1 person from a company
Orientation, language school fees for 4 weeks (20 hours/week) Textbooks, Language school registration fees, Mission based OJT, local support
Air fare to and from the training destination (approximately 100,000 Yen), accomodation expense (Approximately 50,000 Yen to 120,000 Yen per person), overseas travel insurance cost, local travel expense, food and other individual expenses.
28th July 2015, 25th August 2015, 23rd September 2015, 26th October 2015, 26th November 2015.
Spice Academy Bangalore accepts students for 4 week courses.
The training will be co-ordinated according to the language school schedule. The trainees can arrive 1 or 2 days before the start of the language course.
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