The Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University(DSEU), with its emphasis on partnerships with industries and relevant skilling, are opening up the admission process for its first batch of scholars.
Applications are going to be starting for 39 programmes, which include full-time and part-time diploma courses, undergraduate degree courses, B.Tech. programmes and two Masters programmes.
According to vice-chancellor Dr. Neharika Vohra, industry partnerships are an integral a part of the university’s curriculum.
“The university has been established with the concept to produce quality education in applied sciences and skill education with the express aim of adjusting the complete paradigm in skilling. the concept is how can we make skilling aspirational and the way can we become a partner in upskilling and reskilling in our nation,” she said.
What are the courses on offer and the way will admissions to them be conducted?
Admissions are opening for 15 full-time and 4 part-time diploma courses in Applied Arts, Architecture, Automobile Engineering, Chemical Engineering, engineering, Cosmetology & Health, technology, Fashion Design, Electronics Engineering, Interior Design, engineering science, Pharmacy, Printing Technology, and gear & Die Making. Admissions to those programmes are conducted through a typical Entrance Test.
The undergraduate degree programmes are BAs in Digital Media & Design and Aesthetics & Beauty Therapy, and Spanish; a BCA; a BCom in Business Process Management; BSCs in Data Analytics and Medical Laboratory Technology; BBAs in Retail Management; Banking, Financial Services & Management, and Facilities & Hygiene Management; and BMSs in E-commerce Applications and Land Transportation.
Admissions are done through a merit list supported Class XII marks, extracurriculars, and vocational subjects taken by the applicants at school.
The BTech programmes are in MAE, ECE, CSE, ME, Tool Engineering and Mechatronics. The admissions to those are done by Joint Admissions Counselling Delhi through JEE scores.
The Masters programmes includes one on Computer Applications, admissions to which can be done through NIMCET scores, and MTech in Tool Engineering, admissions to which is able to be done through GATE scores.
How many seats are available and when is that the academic term likely to begin?
There are 4,500 seats for the diploma programmes, 1,300 for Bachelors programmes, 250 for BTech programmes and around 100 for Masters programmes.