Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) on Monday launched 11 flagship skills-focused undergraduate courses and admissions for 6,000 places in their first year of university (2021-22) will start from Tuesday. Niharika Vohra, vice-chancellor of the DSEU, announced in an online press conference that the university will accept applications for 15 degree courses, 18 undergraduate courses (11 flagship courses, BCA courses and 6 BTech courses) and two postgraduate courses, which will be offered across 13 campuses in Delhi.
“The university is formed with the aim of changing the whole skills paradigm, the idea is how to make the skills ambitious and how to become a partner in the improvement of skills, the requalification of our country and the helps the industry in this whole process. âshe said. Describing recently launched flagship courses such as e-commerce operations, data analytics, digital design and media, facilities and hygiene management, medical laboratory technology, the Vice Chancellor said: âThe university aspires to directly support entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship. Our courses are integrated with the industry, there are partnerships and linkages in the degree and undergraduate programs where we will prepare each student to take on the world and gain employable skills for the industry.
In accordance with the Covid protocol, admissions will be done entirely online through the university’s centralized admission portal (www.dseuonline.in). To facilitate the process, the university will support applicants throughout the application process via hotline numbers (a toll-free number (18003093209) for admission-related questions and a separate hotline number (01141169950 ) for technical assistance when filling out the form), room admission advice in all institutes, social media platforms, virtual walk-in assistance service, etc. Students entering undergraduate programs (except BTech) are required to take an interest profiling test – Personality, Entrepreneurial Mindset and General Ability Test – to help them choose the course for which they are most suitable. , said the VC.
âWe want the student to pursue a career in the industry. For this, we would like the student to ensure his interest and then be admitted so that he does not feel stuck in a vocation later on, âshe said. âThe curriculum of all courses, including diploma courses, is being revamped by experts from academia and industry to ensure that courses are in line with market requirements, with an emphasis particularly on employability and life skills through experiential learning. The university will also provide multiple entry and exit options according to NEP, 2019 in all courses, âshe added.
The university will support all deserving students through scholarships, free scholarships and financial aid to obtain loans and support from Delhi government programs for higher education, Vohra said. The university was established last year by the Delhi government to provide quality education in applied science and vocational training.
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