Establishment of an India Centre to promote India-centric activities in South Korea
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The India Centre has been established at Busan University of Foreign Studies, South Korea to promote activities related to India.
This centre will act as a major organisation for India related programs in Busan.
It will provide necessary resources for interested students in India and will emphasise on increasing academic and cultural cooperation with Busan University.
An MoU was also signed on the occasion to promote cooperation in the field of education and cultural exchange between Busan University and the Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre in Seoul.
Busan University of Foreign Studies and Hanuk University of Foreign Studies in South Korea are the two higher educations where Hindi is taught as a full-time subject.
The Department of Hindi Language was established in 1983 at Busan University of Foreign Studies (BUFS).
About South Korea
South Korea is a country located in East Asia that is known as the 'Land of Quiet Mornings'.
The nation's capital, Seoul, is the world's second largest metropolitan area and a major global city.
North Korea is the only country bordering this country.
Martial arts Taekwondo originated in Korea.
President- Yoon Suk-yol
Currency- South Korean won
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