Foreign language training for Mizo youths

April 25th, 2007 2:11 pm by TheHumanBot

Aizawl, Apr 25: With a view to solving unemployment problem and make educated youths compatible to work in foreign countries, Mizoram has decided to set up an international institute for foreign language training.

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Source: newkerela.com

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  1. 1
    Mizopa Says:

    Si, va benissimo !!

    But saw in the link that it is only for languages such as Thai, Korean, Filipino etc. What about the moolah ones like spanish, german etc. – or even french :-)

    The european languages give wider opportunities in terms of jobs outside of the northeast or outside of india.

    Also, where are they going to get the trainers from?

    Ma e’ una cosa bene per nostra regione ancora.

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  2. 2
    solomon_n Says:

    I would certainly agreed to what Mizopa had said!!!

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  3. 3
    Vladimir Putin Says:

    Tute gne maw ni Thai, Korean, Pillipino trawng lo zirtur tum le ? ussian trawng zir zawk tur.

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    Shahnaz Kimi Says:

    Si Mizopa, I agree with you ..I have few friends who are europeans and working in Asia…their working language is European languages or should I say Romance Languages, Modern language and English….

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    Jinx Says:

    Tha ka ti khawp mai. He Institute hi neihloh ai chuan neih a tha hrim hrim. Mizoram hmasawnna tur kawng khat ani ve reng reng.

    Sorkar hian job opportunities awm a hriat avanga heng tawng te hi thlang anih kan ring. Mizote kan sum leh pai in a phak tur leh kan thiamna in a tlin tawk hman tangkai theihna zawn a thlir ngei in ka ring. Blind deuhin a ti ngawt chuan ka ring lo deuh. Chutah European tawng te pawh anla introduce chhunzawm zel dawn pawh ani mahna, kan thiamna leh sum neih in a phak hunah.

    Tun dinhmunah chuan “developed” countries a thawk thei tur khawp a thiamna nei Mizote ah hian kanla tam em em lo. Asia ah erawh hi chuan kan thawh ve theih tur a awm ve nual mai, kal/haw/khawsak na senso a tam vaklo bawk. Tin, Asia a thawk tur chuan an tawng Thai, Korean. Japanese etc. thiam hi a tul takzet, sap tawng hmangin heng hmunah te hian a survive theihlohna tamtak a awm.

    Thu chauh la ni mahse, sorkar hian he Institute din a tum hi ti puitling tak tak se ka ti ngawt mai.

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    zopatriot Says:

    japanese, korean thai te chu a tha mai thei, but why filipino….european languges like french, german, italian would be better.

    by the way what’s wrong with http://www.newslink.in, never see any more updates, hope dmt is doing good

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  7. 7
    Nirvana Says:

    dmt: I also have noticed. Hope he’s okay, he’s my hero. Last year, he was threatened by MTV. Since Vanglaini and Zozam websites are not updated either, there is little source of news these days.

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    Shahnaz Kimi Says:

    Ngaihdan han sawi mai 2 ila…India is a hotbed for investors…people like us wants to come back and make the most of it like the saying goes…’strike the iron while it is hot….’ why not invest in our youths in other languages like european languages and to an extent Chinese as China is also as hot as India…this hotbed will last another decade or maybe more….perhaps it is wiser to invest in our youths in India…and China….Ni hao an thi kha…Chibai tihna…
    Guys….keep your dreams at home in India…there is so much space for everyone to grow……LEARN ENGLISH….

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  9. 9
    Shahnaz Kimi Says:

    kan hmeh palh chu ka ziah zawh hma in…CHINESE; SPANISH, FRENCH, ARABIC and GERMAn…these are the most important languages….and much to my regret…..I never learnt how to read Hindi….and that is an asset…I am not kidding as EU firms are looking for so many people with that skills…

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    jonan Says:

    a va tha don ve! kan puitlin em ang chu…
    there are tons of companies coming or planning to come to india.
    apart eu and american companies, worldclass companies
    from korea, taiwan, japan are investing. such countries are usually
    poor in english, it is definitely an advantage to know their language.
    moreover, kan khochhak hmelpui an ni boka mi an ring phian bawk.

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    Vladimir Putin Says:

    Don’t want to discourage you. But do you know that most of the foreign investors head for South India or West India, and hardly any of them look at the East, not to say of the Northeast ? The state of Mizoram, for instance have not received a single FDI. Look at few investors heading to the East: First South Korean giant Posco was virtually hounded out of Orissa although their $12 billion investmnet could have created 40,000 jobs or more. In the name of tribal and environment protection, protestors acared them away. Then Tatas plan to set up Rs. 1 lakh car plant in Singur. Then Mamta Banerjee came and instigated agitators resulting in death of 12 persons, this time sacring even the UPA government. If Tatas had planned to set up the factorty in Karnataka, AP or TN,(or China or Indonesia) they would be so much welcomed. Just see how optimistic Misual members from southern cities are, and how silent those from Kokalta, Assam etc. have been.

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  12. 12
    Mizopa Says:

    Also, I have heard from friends who worked in Korean and Japanese companies (Daewoo, LG, Maruti, Huawei etc.) that the asian companies are quite racist against indians. May or may not have much to do with this discussion, but I have heard this from more than 5 people I know (all in different companies) so have a rethink before going to work for them.

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  13. 13
    Mizopa Says:

    btw, zoram.org is one site where news is still updated.

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  14. 14
    Vladimir Putin Says:

    http://www.zoram.org does not look like the old site of dmt. It looks like a site maintained by people outside Mizoram, as they cover so many news items about other NE states and even Myanmar. Even news about Mizoram are taken from national and international sources, not from local (Aizawl) sources. Compared tothat, even http://www.zawlbuk.net sometines contain more authentic local news.

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    jonan Says:

    yes japs, koreans and chinese are definitely racist against indians.
    this is where we(asian features) have an edge over our indian brothers.
    especially if we speak their language their should be tons of opportunity
    for us right here in india..be it chennai, hyderabad or elsewhere.
    regarding fdi, i dont see our mizoram attracting any in the near future.
    we just dont have the infrastructure…

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    tlangvala Says:

    korean tawng zir an duhna chhan chu … korean movie en nan te ania tunlai ah phei chuan sam pawh korean ho angin an zuah tan tawh rei a daih leh awm lo eeeee..

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    zopatriot Says:

    yeah, vladmir, am missing local authentic news from mizoram, all the sites, vanglaini, zozamtimes, newslink are not updating. I enjoy reading mizoram news in the morning with my cup of coffee :-) Hope it’s not somehting that has to do with internet connection in Mizoram

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  18. 18
    Vladimir Putin Says:

    Mizoram hian internet based mass media lama huan 2002 aia khan a hnufual daih. Khatih lai chuan local news kimchang http://www.hmar.com te, http://www.zoramworld.com te leh site dang engemaw zat atranin nitin, Sunday tiamin a hmuh theih a.
    Newspaper neitute sawi dan chuan “Staff kan nei lo”, “Internet a news tihlan vangin hard copy an lei duh lo”, “Kan hlawk phah lo” tih vel a ni.
    Keima estimate ve mai mai chuan nitin Mizo trawng hmang zia internet hmang hi 150 atranga 300 bak kan awm ka ring lo. Zozamtimes.com hlui ah khan article lar pawl chhiartu kha 16 te 22 te anni chauh mai a, Entirna dang leh, tunah hian Lengzem website tlawhtu hi 76,517 anni a kum khatah 15,000 vel (ni khatah 42 vel, average in) an awm. Chung zingah chuan mi tam takin vawi tam tak an tlawh turah ngai ila, a mihring zawng chuan tlawhtu chu a tam berah 40 atranga 100 velah a ngaih theih.

    Mizoram sorkar website, Pu lalthlamuana hova mi tam fe, department nei hran ngat pawh hian an website hi an update ngai mang lo ani. An site a “new’ an tih zinga mi chu circular dated 1.7.2006, “Traning Calendar” for October and November 2006 leh RTI te ani. Website ang a ni leh a, tah chuan HHLC results an tarlang.

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    zopatriot Says:

    dik khawp mai, mizo news chhiar chu 300 ai chuan kan tam lo mai thei,mahse internet news chhiar chin ho hi chu Zoram pawn a awm deuh vek kan nih ka ring. Mizoram chanchin internet ah ka zawng kual a, zonet hi tunlai chu an regular deuh ber ta in ka hria http://zonet.in/

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  20. 20
    Vladimir Putin Says:

    Zonet pawh hi Thursday April 19 ami kha ala ngai reng.

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    chabetkaia Says:

    Zonet Gospel countdown kha rawn update thei in om em?

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  22. 22
    ZOaTlau Says:

    @zopatriot: dmt te chu newslink partnership tihtawp a nih avangin he is no more newslink editor. K Zabiaka, dmt leh Ronny(Chinese) te pathum hian newslink hi partnership-in an enkawl a, kar hnih liam ta vel atang khan an partnership chu titawpin dmt leh Ronny hian english paper thar siam tumin tunah hian hma an la mek…..

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