Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT)
Forth coming JLPT is on1st July, 2018
Indo-Japan Welfare and Cultural Association (IJWCA)
18/4, Pramathesh Barua Sarani (Ballygunge Circular Road),
(office hour: 3 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.)(Forms will be available with our
Watchmen from 10 a.m.
to 7. 30 p.m. on weekdays)
Issue of Application Forms : From – Friday, 16th
Last Date of submission of Application Forms-: Friday, 6th
Forms with fees to be submitted between 3 p.m. and 6.30 p.m. at
the office of Host
Institution on weekdays only.
Test Centre: Name & address of the Centre will be separately
Examination Fees and cost of Application Form may be paid in
CASH or by BANK Draft /
PAY ORDER which should be payable to INDO-JAPAN
WELFARE AND CULTURAL
ASSOCIATION, JLPT A/c. (Cost of Test Guide with
Examination Fees for N1= Rs. 1,000/-, N2= Rs.
1,000/-, N3= Rs. 800/-, N4= Rs. 800/
N5= Rs.. 800/-)
CANDIDATES are requested to fill up the Form carefully with black
dot pen quite legibly so
that impressions on all pages become easily understandable.
CANDIDATES must write in the APPLICATION FORM their address properly
with Postal Code
(PIN CODE). If the full postal address with Postal Code (PIN CODE)
is not mentioned
properly, there is every chance of delay or non-distribution of the
Test Voucher (i.e. Admit
Card) and also the Result, for which the Host Institution (IJWCA)
will not be responsible in
Mrs. Gouri Bakshi, General-Secretary of our Association donated a
huge number of books on Japan, Japanese Art, Literature and
other various subjects. All these books are 50 years collection of
Late Dr. D. N. Bakshi, former General Secretary of our Association.
From the variety of books one can understand the vastness of
knowledge and periphery of studies by Dr. D.N. Bakshi. Many
students, former students, teachers, members of Japanese Language
and Japanology have taken book/s for their own collection.
Some more books are still lying with us. Any interested person on
Japanese Language, History & Culture may take the book/s by the
permission of the authority. Very few books are still left in the