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Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017

icon Bachelors

icon Japanese Language and Culture

Open to nationals of India

icon  Government of Japan

icon Deadline varies

icon Partial Funding, Rs. 67,000 / month or 117,000 Yen/ month

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Details about Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017

Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017 is offered for Bachelors degree in the field of Japanese Language and Culture. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is Deadline varies. This scholarship is provided by Government of Japan and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, Rs. 67,000 / month or 117,000 Yen/ month . This scholarship is open for: Open to nationals of India.

  • Deadline: Deadline varies
  • Scholarship value: Partial Funding, Rs. 67,000 / month or 117,000 Yen/ month
  • The Government of Japan is offering scholarships to Indian nationals to pursue undergraduate courses.
  • The applicants for Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017 should be aged between 18 to 29.
  • The candidates should be nationals of India.
  • The applicants should be enrolled in undergraduate programs at the at foreign (non-Japanese) universities majoring in the Japanese language or Japanese culture.
  • The Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017 are awarded in the field of Japanese Language and Culture.
  • The candidates are expected to have Japanese language ability.
  • The applicants should return to their home country and resume their studies after the duration of the scholarship.
  • The candidates should submit an application form, academic transcripts from the current univeristy, and documents proving that the candidate has studied the Japanese language for at least 1 year.
  • The applicants should also submit university enrollment certificate, Placement PreferenceApplication Form, and recommendation from the univeristy.
  • The recipients of Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017 get Rs. 67,000 per month i.e. 117,000 Yen per month, tuition fees, and round-trip airfare.

Updated on: 22 Nov, 2016

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More about Government of Japan

The government of Japan is a constitutional monarchy whereby the power of the Emperor is limited and is relegated primarily to ceremonial duties. Like in many other states, the Government is divided into three branches: the Executive branch, the Legislative branch and the Judicial branch, as defined by the current post-war Constitution of Japan. The Constitution defines the Government to be in a unitary form of a parliamentary system. Local governments are established as an act of devolution, under the Local Autonomy Law. The throne of the Emperor is retained, even though popular sovereignty is adopted. Enacted as a revision to the pre-war Constitution of the Empire of Japan, it enables a democratic type of governance whereby both the legislative and executive branches of the Government are held accountable to each other; a feature known as the Fusion of powers. The powers of the executive branch, which is explicitly vested in the Cabinet, must enjoy the support and confidence to be in office by the organ of the legislative branch, the National Diet. Likewise, the Prime minister, as the head of the Cabinet, has the power to dissolve the House of Representatives, one of the two houses of the Diet. However, unlike parliamentary republics, the executive branch do not conceptually derive legitimacy from the parliament in the form of parliamentary sovereignty, but instead derive its authority from its people through a parallel voting system. Thus, the National Diet is, under the Constitution, known as "the highest organ of state power"; strictly reflecting the sovereignty of the people as represented by the Diet. While the executive and legislative branches are intermingled together, the judicial branch is, however, strictly separated from the other branches. Its separation is guaranteed by the Constitution, and is stated as: "no extraordinary tribunal shall be established, nor shall any organ or agency of the Executive be given final judicial power"; a feature known as the Separation of Powers. The Emperor acts as the ceremonial head of state, and is defined by the Constitution to be "the symbol of the State and of the unity of the people". The Prime Minister is the head of government, and is formally appointed to office by the Emperor after being designated by the National Diet.

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    Yes, you can secure an education loan to study abroad at Government of Japan. Education loans are of two types- Collateral and non collateral. Collateral includes either: Immovable property – a house or a flat or land (or) liquid security – an FD, or LIC or shares or bonds. Agricultural lands are not accepted by any bank for education loan.

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  2. When is the deadline of Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017?

    The deadline of Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017 is Deadline varies

  3. For which degree is Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017 offered for?

    Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017 is offered to Bachelors degree

  4. For which field is Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017 offered for?

    Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017 is offered for Japanese Language and Culture

  5. Who can apply for Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017?

    Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017 is open for: Open to nationals of India

  6. Who is offering Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017?

    Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017 is offered by Government of Japan

  7. What is the funding covered in Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017?

    Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017 Covers Partial Funding, Rs. 67,000 / month or 117,000 Yen/ month

  8. Where can Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017 can be taken at?

    Japanese Government Scholarships, 2017 can be taken at Universities in Japan
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