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South Korea to set up consular office in Guntur

Consulate General of Republic of South Korea for southern India Kim Hyung Tae said that a consular office of South Korea would be established in the city soon.

Published: 18th November 2017 02:19 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th November 2017 07:28 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

GUNTUR:  Consulate General of Republic of South Korea for southern India Kim Hyung Tae said that a consular office of South Korea would be established in the city soon. This would be the second office in South India after Chennai.A South Korean team led by Kim Hyung Tae visited the Acharya Nagarjuna University (ANU) on Friday. Speaking on the occasion, Kim Hyung Tae said India and Korea share a lot of similarities in tradition and culture.

He also hailed the contributions of Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and Rabindranath Tagore to the country. The Korean team explained various courses in Korean Universities to ANU V-C Professor V Rajendra Prasad and other officials. The team also expressed interest in academic and research collaboration with ANU, exchange of teachers, research scholars and students with the university. The V-C explained the facilities and courses available in ANU.

The Korean delegates interacted with the students and faculty and enquired about the job opportunities after completion of courses in ANU. A cultural team from South Korea enthralled the students with their dance performances in Dr. H.H. Deichmann & Dr. S. John David Auditorium Cum Seminar Hall.  
ANU registrar Prof P John Paul and International Students Cell director Prof GVSR Anjaneyulu were also present.

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