The DSEU team goes door-to-door in the slums and talks to students who have passed their Class X and XII exams, telling them about admission criteria, qualifications, entrance exams for various diploma and degree courses, and scholarship opportunities under different. Scheme
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, in an earlier conversation with the university, said, “Traditionally, students reach universities for information and admissions, however, this new skills-based university should try to reach out to students, especially those historically disadvantaged.”
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Atishi, who attended the integration event, spoke with students and parents about skills education and entrepreneurial opportunities at DSEU.
During a conversation with parents, he said, “This is a great opportunity for students for career-oriented higher education … Courses here are developed in partnership with industry and each course includes internships, so students will have strong industry connections from the start.”
The university has conducted similar programs in more than 25 slum groups located in the vicinity of its various campuses with the aim of attracting students from all income departments.
It held similar rallies in the last week of July among low-income communities near Shakur Basti, Pochanpur Colony, Munirka Village, Madanpur Khadar and 20 other similar colonies.
Admission to Skill Varsity is currently open and the last date for submission of applications for its various diploma and undergraduate programs has been extended to 17 August.
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