Japan Foundation donates books to CM Khattar: The Tribune India


Tribune press service

Kurukshetra, January 2

Kurukshetra University Vice-Chancellor Professor Som Nath Sachdeva welcomed Chief Minister Manohar Lal on New Year’s Eve to his residence and handed over the books received from the Japan Foundation, New Delhi.

As a sign of goodwill, the Managing Director of the Japan Foundation, New Delhi, Koji Sato, had sent a set of books on Japanese language, art, culture, society, religion and mythology, as well as a letter written in Hindi, to the chief minister. .

Khattar learns basic Japanese culture and language in a three-month online Basic Certificate course at Kurukshetra University.

While thanking the Japan Foundation, Khattar said, “I am happy to receive these books. I will cherish this gift forever. We need to learn about different cultures and languages ​​to expand our knowledge and respect other cultures. Books are everyone’s best companion in this endeavor.

The Chief Minister added: “We need to teach our students at least one foreign language and additional skills so that they can find jobs and experience different cultures. The Registrar of Kurukshetra University, Dr Sanjeev Sharma, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Languages, Professor Brajesh Sawhney, Curator, Dharohar Museum, Dr Vivek Chawla and Dr Jitender Jangra were also present at the opportunity.


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