Benefits of our Japan Placement Program

After selection by Japanese employer, candidates shall be entitled for benefits as under

WORK IN JAPAN

Get an opportunity to work in Japan for 3 to 5 years.

SALARY

Get monthly compensation of approx. 100000 JPY (as per market conditions)

ACCOMMODATION

Fully paid up Accommodation by the employer

AIR TICKETS

One way travel tickets from India to Japan is part of the program

TRAINING IN INDIA

Japanese Language & Cultural Training is part of the program

ONE MONTH TRAINING IN JAPAN

Onsite Japan training with stipend (of 60000 JPY) & accommodation

Our Academy

AKAL, in JV with a Japanese company Tozai Shoko, holds official license as a “Sending Organization” from the Government of India to send candidates to Japan under (Technical Intern Training Program) TITP Program.

AKAL Japanese Academy, is a dedicated training Institution under AKAL, to prepare interested candidates for Japanese TITP program that focuses on imparting Japanese Language & Cultural training, pre-dispatch training programs and other skills; related to candidates successful landing in Japan. The Academy also plays a key role in preparing IT engineers and other Engineering job profiles which are in heavy demand in Japanese job market but get subdued because of Language & cultural... Read More

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Technical Intern Training Program is a work training program providing employment opportunities for foreign nationals in Japan. Administered by the Japan International Training Cooperation Organization (JITCO) its stated purpose is to provide training, technical skills and technology experience for workers from developing economies like India.
  • Age: 18 – 28 Years
  • Qualification: 10th / 12th pass or more
  • Experience: 6 months to 1 year in relevant area.
  • Citizenship: Should be Indian Citizen
Selection of interns for TITP is purely based on their qualification and how well they perform in their interview.
Yes, In order to get registered under TITP Program, candidates have to pay the Program Fee. The fee is collected only after the candidate successfully clears the initial selection interview and decides to go through the Japanese Language & Cultural Training.
The candidates will have to join our training program in Delhi where we will train them on Japanese Language & Cultural at 3 levels ( 2 levels in India & 1 level in Japan).
Selection for the internship job under TITP depends on how well the candidates perform in their interview with the representatives of Japanese Companies.
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About TITP Program

The Technical Intern Training Program is an on the job training program providing employment opportunities for foreign nationals in Japan. Administered by the Japan International Training Cooperation Organization (JITCO) its stated purpose is to provide training, technical skills and technology experience to workers from developing economies. This government-run internship program was first established in 1993.

In India TITP is an initiative taken by the Indian & Japanese Government to send Indian Trainees to Japan, for technical training. The aim is to provide a platform and to prepare young workers from India by helping them acquire industrial & vocational skills as technical intern trainees in companies in Japan for a period of 3-5 years, so that they can utilize such skills for economic and industrial development after their return to home country.

During the visit of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi to Japan in November 2016, India and Japan had concluded a Memorandum of Cooperation on skill development and later bilateral Joint Statement was issued during the visit of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to India in September 2017. Finally, India and Japan concluded the Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) on Technical Intern Training Programme (TITP) on 17th October 2017.