The Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) has formed an exclusive agreement with a Japanese organisation to assist Delhi youngsters in obtaining the best job prospects in the country.
The institution signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the HI-NO-DE Foundation and Ichishin Holdings Co. Ltd. to implement the technical intern training programme (TITP) to teach, skill, and place youngsters in India, particularly those in rural areas.
“This partnership aims to transform the skill ecosystem in India through an exchange programme between young individuals from both countries. We have officially signed this MoU so that we are to be able to send students from India especially Delhi to Japan,” said Neharika Vohra, vice-chancellor, DSEU.
The selected trainees will not only obtain skills that are benchmarked to worldwide norms, but they will also benefit from generous stipends throughout their internship in Japan. DSEU hopes to teach young people in a variety of employment areas as a result of this collaboration.
“It is a matter of pride and privilege for us to have started this tie-up with DSEU where we will be training people and youth from India under this dynamic TITP,” said Neeraj Sharma, CEO HI-NO-DE Foundation.
The programme is scheduled to begin in October. Students will also learn Japanese in addition to skill education. DSEU is currently accepting applications for its 2021-22 diploma and undergraduate cohorts.
(News input: The Times of India )