Delhi: DSEU partners with UNICEF to help students find jobs

In a bid to prepare students for the market and enable them to access employment opportunities, Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) has partnered with YuWaah (Generation Unlimited India) at UNICEF. Through this joint effort, DSEU and UNICEF have implemented “Career Awareness Sessions” for DSEU students to raise student awareness of existing job portals and improve youth accessibility to roles. professionals that suit them best.

According to the official release, these in-depth webinar sessions include an overview of job portals, application processes, navigating these portals, and more. and are facilitated by YuWaah through its network of job portal partners, including the Department of Labor and Employment’s National Career Service portal, Apna, Teamlease and QJobs by Quess Corp for students studying at different campuses in DSEU. Another pillar of this partnership is the “YuWaah Step Up – Bano job ready”, a 6-month pilot project conducted by Flywheel Digital Solutions Pvt with DSEU students and other job seekers in Delhi to improve the reach of young job seekers on the new era. job portals.

Speaking about the collaboration with YuWaah, UNICEF, Professor Neharika Vohra said, “DSEU has been working to make its students employable, introducing courses such as Face the World which includes elements such as skills digital skills, communication skills, financial literacy, etc. Because our programs are industry-integrated, our students learn relevant skills, and through programs such as career awareness sessions, DSEU is geared towards creating a job-readiness mindset. from semester 1 itself. » The pilot study with UNICEF and the DSEU will include 1,000 active job seekers in the 18-29 age group, led by expert job coaches, based on their skills and interests , with a particular focus on candidates from marginalized communities. The pilot will take place at the Ambedkar DSEU Shakarpur – I campus from July 20.

Abhishek Gupta, COO – YuWaah, UNICEF, said, “As a public-private partnership platform for young people, YuWaah is committed to enabling access to learning and employment opportunities for young people, helping prepare for employment while amplifying their voices and aspirations. partnership with Delhi Skills and Education University is a huge step forward in this direction.” DSEU is accepting applications for 45 programs, including full-time degree programs, part-time degree programs, undergraduate degree and postgraduate degree. The deadline for applications will be announced soon. (ANI)

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