The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is a standardized test that evaluates and certifies non-native speakers’ Japanese language competence.  If you are looking for a convenient and easy way to pay this fee, Khalti is the perfect solution for you. Khalti, in collaboration with JALTAN, offers an online payment system for JLPT applications, through a hassle-free and secure process.

You can fill the application from 18th August to 4th September 

How to pay from Khalti?

Step 1: Visit the JLPT Nepal Website

Go to the official JLPT Nepal website to begin the application process.


Step 2: Sign Up and Provide Necessary Details

Click on the “Sign Up” option and fill in the required details, including test levels, a valid email address, password, and mobile number. Indicate whether you are differently-abled (“Yes” or “No”).


Step 3: Verify Your Email

Upon signing up, you will receive a verification email at the provided email address. Click on the “verify mail” link in the email to complete the verification process. Check your spam folder if you don’t find the email in your inbox.


Step 4: Log In

Return to the JLPT website and log in using the email address and password you provided during registration.


Step 5: Fill in the Application Form

Click on “Apply Now” and fill in all the required details on the application form. Once completed, submit the form.


Step 6: Review and Update Personal Information

After submitting the form, you’ll see a page displaying your personal information. Review the information for accuracy and update any necessary changes. Then, proceed to the payment step.


Step 7: Choose Khalti as Payment Method

On the payment gateway page, select “Khalti” as the payment method and proceed to gateway payment.


Step 8: Use Khalti Wallet

If you have a Khalti wallet, choose “Khalti Wallet” as your payment option. If you don’t have a Khalti account, sign up for one on the Khalti website.


About JLPT 

The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (日本語能力試験, Nihongo Nōryoku Shiken), or JLPT, is a standardized criterion-referenced test to evaluate and certify Japanese language proficiency for non-native speakers, covering language knowledge, reading ability, and listening ability.[1] The test is held twice a year in Japan and selected countries (on the first Sunday of July and December), and once a year in other regions (either on the first Sunday of December or July depending on region).[2] The JLPT is conducted by the Japan Foundation for tests overseas (with cooperation of local host institutions), and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services for tests in Japan.[3]

The JLPT consists of five levels.[4] Until 2009, the test had four levels, with 4 being the lowest and 1 being the highest level of certification.[5] JLPT certificates do not expire or become invalid over time.[6]


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