registration fee (rs. 1000) is compulsory for registration in korean culture centre (kcc) for beginner level 1 admission ?
According to the site, every new student wanting to join must pay 10,000 as registeration fees, and apart from that 1,000 as the fees for course materials such as text books that will be offered by the centre.
You may contact the office's registeration desk for more information.
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how to learn korean language in delhi ? korean culture centre (KCC) is good insitute to learn or not ?
Well Korean culture center is also good it is an official subsidiary from government of Korean culture .and I have read about the feedback of some old students experience which is also good in more than 80% cases
so is the whole centre. You can find library on 1st floor upstairs and there are lots of other stuff too like food court on ground floor etc.
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how to qualify interview for beginner level 1 in korean culture centre? i mean for admission purpose in KCC?
The official website doesn't mention anything about the preparation for interview process. But Beginner's class aims to provide essential and basic knowledge about Korean Language. So when you plan to attend the interview, just go through the background of Korean Language. Be prepared for answering why you are interested in learning this language. Also learn a little about South and North Korea and their cultures. Take self attested documents, passport size photographs and Id proof. Also please visit their official website at: http://india.korean-culture.org/en/500/board/397/read/101134 for an idea of the official notification.
how to take admission in korean culture centre KCC?
KCC (also known as The King Sejong Institute) is an institute which teaches korean as a foreign language. It has centers all over the world and is recognized by many countries. It is affiliated with the South Korean Government. The institute is located in South Delhi (Lajpat Nagar). The King Sejong Institute is the first Korean Culture Centre to be opened in South Asia. It is operated with a purpose to promote South Korean language, culture, etc all over the world.
The course is divided into three parts for the students enrolled, which are Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. The former 2 levels have 2 sub levels and the advanced level has 4 sub levels. The courses are run throughout the year. They also take an interview before enrolling at the beginner level. You should contact the KCC for more details,