Delhi Talent and Entrepreneurship College conducts ability testing competitions


Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University has held its second stage of state competitions for the regional round to identify talented candidates, it said in a statement on Tuesday.

The 13 domains in the second round ranged from bakery and cooking to cloud computing and the development of mobile applications, it said.

The university had conducted an online multiple-choice question test (MCQ) in 31 different skills as part of the first round on Aug. 13, the statement said.

Based on this test, the university invited the six best candidates from each field to participate in the second round of the competition, which began on August 17th.

Since the opening of the second round, the university has held 13 events, the statement said.

Vice Chancellor Neharika Vohra visited the premises for the bakery, cooking, pastry and confectionery competition on Saturday, it said.

During the visit, she interacted with the candidates and said, “I am delighted to see such young faces ready to start their race to WorldSkills Shanghai 2022.” Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) is collaborating host the first state competition in Delhi with the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), Sector Skill Councils and industrial partners, ”said Vohra.

Inspecting the events, NSDC’s Arjit Sharma said, “The selected candidates for each skill will undergo rigorous state training before entering the trial regional rounds, which will be held in late September.” Ground competitions for remaining skills in the coming week, with results announced soon after all events are completed, the statement said.

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