Korean Cultural Centre India organises 93rd Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK)

– The Language Proficiency Test was held simultaneously at three regions in India

– A total of 1,248 candidates had applied to take the exam on 14th April 2024

15th April 2024: The 93rd Korean Language Proficiency Test was organised simultaneously by the Korean Cultural Centre India at three regions in India – New Delhi, Chennai and Imphal, Manipur.

For the Korean Language Proficiency Test, 980 students from Delhi (499 students for TOPIK I, 481 students for TOPIK II), 174 students from Chennai (86 students for TOPIK I, 88 students for TOPIK II), and 94 students from Manipur (51 students for TOPIK I, 43 students for TOPIK II) had applied. These students on Sunday simultaneously took part in the examination that was held at Ramjas College in Delhi University, Hindustan Institute of Technology & Science in Chennai and Manipur University in Imphal.

Korean Cultural Centre India has also announced that the Korean Language Proficiency Test will be conducted one more time this year in October. This has been announced as the inquiries regarding the Korean Language Proficiency Test continue to come even after the closure of application deadline for the April batch, due to the increase in the number of Korean language learners in India.

Hwang Il Yong, Director of the Korean Cultural Centre India, said, “Korean is one of the fastest-growing foreign languages in India, and the demand to study the language has constantly been on the rise. This can also be seen from the high number of applicants for TOPIK this year.

“In 2024, we also plan to conduct the Korean Language Proficiency Test in the month of October,” Mr Hwang added.

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