Delhi Ability and Entrepreneurship College joins palms with Japanese companies to coach students- The New Indian Categorical


By Express message service

NEW DELHI: Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Japan-based HI-NO-DE Foundation and Ichishin Holdings Co Ltd on Tuesday to expand the Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) to train, qualify, and send university students to Japan as part of the student exchange program.

The aim of the cooperation is to change the competence ecosystem in India through an exchange program between young people from India and Japan. The intention is to offer young people in India the best opportunities to work in Japan, according to a press release.

“We have officially signed with HI-NO-DE and Ichishin in order to be able to send students from Delhi to Japan,” said Professor Neharika Vohra, Vice Chancellor of DESU.

The trainees selected for Japan as part of this program will have the opportunity to do an internship in Japan and will also receive an attractive salary package. Through the partnership with HI-NO-DE, DSEU would like to train as many young people as possible in various professional categories.

The TITP program is expected to start in October 2021. In addition to learning skills, students also learn Japanese from teachers from this country. The university recently announced admission for its first academic year 2021-22.

The approval process began on July 6th. Established last year, the university merged in March with 15 pre-existing state institutes and colleges such as the Delhi Institute of Tool Engineering, GB Pant College of Engineering, Integrated Institute of Technology and others.