The varsity will conduct an aptitude test in December-January to enrol students
Officials of the Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) will soon start visiting schools to admit children to its skill development programmes and enrol 6,000 students in the first round of its admission process.
The varsity will focus on honing the talent and building skills of students, according to an official statement issued by the varsity.
DSEU will conduct an aptitude test in December-January based on which students will be enrolled. Among the 6,000 students to be admitted in the first round, 4,500 will join diploma courses and 1,500 will join degree courses.
The varsity will cater to children who want to get admitted to skill development and entrepreneurship courses. It has 12 job-oriented bachelor programmes including BA in digital media, BA in business management, BA in data analytics, and BA in aesthetics and beauty.
Delhi education minister Manish Sisodia interacted with the principals of government schools and DSEU vice chancellor Neeharika Vohra on June 11.
"DSEU will focus on conducting a 360-degree assessment. It’ll be the first university in India to focus on the overall interest, talent and mindset for entrepreneurship. Such practice is new in India, but not unpopular abroad," Sisodia, also the deputy chief chief minister of Delhi, said.
Companies like HDFC Bank, Tata Consultancy, Tech Mahindra and Hero are DSEU's industry partners. "DSEU will provide the provision of internship and apprenticeships in different industries 50 per cent of the time." Sisodia added.
In coming years, DSEU will add immense value to the market and create a pool of job seekers and job providers, Sisodia said.
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