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DSEU’s board of curriculum designers; Toyota Motor to train ITI students

DSEU’s board of curriculum designers

The Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University was established by the Delhi Government in 2020. Virtual labs will be provided at DSEU to help students not miss out on practicals amid the pandemic. The university has a curriculum advisory group consisting of experts from IITs and IIITs. These experts will take part in putting their knowledge into designing the courses at DSEU. The DSEU Vice Chancellor Neharika Vohra said that the university primarily aims to make the students highly skilled. The curriculum designing was first based on the job roles for which they don’t find talent. The board is made up of academics from the field and faculty members from the varsity. Read more.

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Toyota Motor to train ITI students

The automaker Toyota Kirloskar Motor signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Commissionerate of Industrial Training and Employment, Karnataka government. With the collaboration they hope to impart industry-specific skill, culture and knowledge to the Industrial Training Institute (ITI) students. The industrial training provider will be Toyota Kirloskar Motor. Their roles are to develop skilled human resources for manufacturing units and first-time entrepreneurs, to equip them for the high-volume production anticipated in the manufacturing sector in light of the central government’s greater focus on Make in India and Atmanirbhar Bharat etc. A programme for skilling students of ITIs situated in all the 31 districts of Karnataka has begun since the MoU. Read more.

Hikvision to provide impetus to Skill India Mission

Hikvision India has collaborated with the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). The primary goal of Hikvision India is to provide impetus to the Skill India Mission. This collaboration will help provide security technology training for India’s youth. The training would focus on two positions, Hikvision Certified Security Associate (HCSA) and Hikvision Certified Security Professional (HCSP). Hikvision India will be responsible for providing security and video surveillance products and technology required for the training. The overall idea is to prepare India’s technical workforce for getting jobs or setting up their own business enterprises. Currently Hikvision is in a two-year partnership with the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). Read more.

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