To get visa to go and work as an intern the basic requirement is one has to pass the examination in Japanese language. ASV offers training in Japanese language at Hyderabad center. If want to join please contact us and join in the classes. The ASV has competent faculty to enable you to pass through the examination.
Bridging the gap
ASV Group is always bridging the gap between the global employment opportunities and aspiring talented Indian youth (White collar / Blue Collar – Unskilled / Semi-Skilled / Skilled Tradesmen) in benefit of both of their development.
Demand for Skilled Indian Workers Abroad
India is one of the youngest nations in the world with more than 62% of its population in the working-age group (15-59 years), of which over 45% is below the age of 30 years. About 59 million youth (aged 15-30 years) are expected to enter the labor force in India by 2023.
India’s unemployment rate crept up to nearly 8% in December 2021, It was more than 7% in 2020 and for most of 2021.
To reap this demographic dividend, with intend to help our Indian Government “ASV Group” is equipping the domestic workforce with employable skills and knowledge so that they can contribute substantively to economic and industrial growth across the globe. Given India’s favorable demographic dividend coupled with the aging population in other parts of the world, several international markets, including Japan, are vying for skilled Indian workers.
Japan – A Favourable Destination for Skilled People
Japan is one of the most developed country and the third-largest economy in the world. It has a well-educated, industrious workforce, one of the world’s biggest consumer markets. Though, Japan has been increasingly experiencing the issue of population aging. More than 20% of Japan’s population is over 65 years, the world’s highest proportion.
In 2020, the unemployment rate in Japan was at about 2.97 %. Japan is one of the leading countries when it comes to economic key factors; its unemployment rate, for example, is lower than that of other major industrial and emerging countries.
There are not enough young people in Japan to fill this vacuum due to the decline in its fertility rate.
MOU Between Goverment's Japan & India
There are not enough young people in Japan to fill this vacuum due to the decline in its fertility rate. Thus, the Government of Japan and Government of India both has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for enabling permits of Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) / Specific Skill Worker (SSW) are such programs in Japan that promotes the acceptance of 3 Lakh Indian youth, who acquire skills and knowledge by working as technical interns / Skilled technicians in Japan.
ASV - Sending Organization of TITP/SSW for Japan
“ASV Resources Pvt Ltd” is a Sending Organization (SO) approved by the Ministry Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE), Govt. of India through its Monitoring Agency National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) for identify candidates as per the defined eligibility criteria and conduct pre-departure training of their candidates in Japanese language (JLPT N5 & N4), culture and business etiquettes. Eligible and competent youth, who is willing to upgrade their technical skillset through TITP / SSW in Japan, is enrolled and trained in India by a Sending Organization. Sending Organizations are entrusted with the responsibility of training candidates suitably as per the demand of the companies in Japan.
Job availabilities in Japan under TITP/SSW
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Fee Structure of Training cum Placement Program for Japan
- Japanese language & Domain training – ₹1,50,000
- Sending cost including Documentation, Visa – ₹1,00,000
- Total Service Charges – ₹2,50,000
- Boarding and Lodging – ₹50,000(optional)
- Customized Skill Training – Chargable as actual incurring for Training as disired by the Employer if required
- Taxes applicable will be extra
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Simply put, the IT industry in Japan is pretty huge, and it’s not showing signs of stopping. Japan has only beaten the United States and China as the third-largest economy—and the country’s position as a global hub of technological and IT innovation plays a big part in achieving that. Japan propelled many groundbreaking technologies: mobile phones, LED lights, laptops, and satellite navigation and led the world into entering the fourth industrial revolution.
According to Japan Times, by 2030, Japan will have to confront 600,000 IT-related job shortages. In light of this crisis, companies are looking into skilled foreign IT engineers from Asia and the US. The government is also loosening and revamping its policy to encourage more IT workers in entering the country’s IT job market.