Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar is going to learn Japanese. Yes! What you read is absolutely correct. He got enrolled himself for a three-month online basic certificate course in Japanese culture and language started by Kurukshetra University. He became the first student to recently enroll for this course.
Khattar said that, “There is no age limit to get an education and learn. One should keep on improving one’s skills and knowledge.”
He further stated that he wanted to learn foreign languages from the very beginning, that’s why he got enrolled in the Japanese language course started by Kurukshetra University.
Vice-Chancellor of Kurukshetra University, Prof Som Nath Sachdeva said that, “It is a matter of pride for Kurukshetra University.”
He further added that, “His presence as a student will be a great motivation to the entire teaching and student fraternity of Kurukshetra University. Along with the chief minister, higher officials of the Haryana government and autonomous institutions have also enrolled in this course.”
Dean Faculty of Arts and Languages and Chairperson, Department of Foreign Languages, Brajesh Sawhney said that, “This online programme is tailored specifically to the need of government representatives and higher officers in government and educational institutions so that collaborations in the field of business, economy, research and education can be established between India and Japan.”