TSSC partners with DSEU
The Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC) which is committed to developing world-class skilled manpower for the telecom industry has signed an MoU with Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU), the New Delhi based skill varsity to collaborate to leverage capabilities around skilling and placement.
This MoU was planned for a period of three years to focus at the delivery of futuristic courses to the students of DSEU and other aspirants of Delhi/NCR. This includes placement support to TSSC students and DSEU building the capacity while operating as Train the Trainer (ToT) academy for the futuristic courses.
TSSC will support DSEU to create and develop Centre of Excellence (CoE) jointly operated as “Telecom Centre of Excellence” at DSEU.
Arvind Bali, CEO, TSSC
“The youth today is very aspirational. They want to achieve excellence in all spheres of life. What I find most commonly is that these youth lack the guidance necessary to hone their skills and use it for something meaningful. DSEU has been imparting excellent skill training on its campus since its inception. This partnership has a lot of potential to create a stir in the skill ecosystem and potentially lead to a three-year degree course on telecom which will be welcomed by the industry.” said Arvind Bali, CEO, TSSC.
Dr. Neharika Vohra, Vice Chancellor DSEU
“As academic partners of TSSC, we will create ICT courses and training labs that will set apart the candidates passing out of DSEU. Industry 4.0 will require a manpower base well-versed in futuristic technologies like 5G, ML, AI, IoT etc. We aim to bridge the skill gap for the present as well as the future.” said Dr. Neharika Vohra, Vice Chancellor DSEU.
Dr. Rihan Khan Suri, Vice Chancellor DSEU
“At DSEU, we strive to enhance the skill repertoire of our students. We have had a strong response from students who have greatly benefitted from undergoing the skill training here. We hope to bring our enthusiasm and spirit to the experience of TSSC and create truly remarkable outcome-based strategies to help increase the overall job-readiness of our candidates. The Centre of Excellence will attract aspiring entrepreneurs and job seekers. Our aim here is to create globally competitive talent through our CoE” said Dr. Rihan Khan Suri, Vice Chancellor DSEU.
The MoU shows the joint commitment towards development of new programs for skill training and TSSC and DSEU will work together in training, assessments, certification and placements under various relevant thematic areas.
The courses under the program are proposed to be launched for the academic year 2022-23.