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March 19, 2018 Monday 10:05:57 AM IST

IGNOU to Start Certificate Course in Korean Language

National Edu News

New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Open University aka IGNOU is all set to start a certificate course in Korean Language. Those who have passed 10+2 and are above 18 yrs of age, can apply for the programme.

The programme will be available in all regional centres. The course has been developed in the Open and Distance Learning mode (ODL) with expertise given by the Korean Embassy.

Candidates who are enrolling in this course will be getting Audio- Visual aids too, along with other study materials, to understand the language better. Though there are no updates regarding the launching date, IGNOU officials confirmed that it will be starting sooner this year.

(Source : NDTV)