DU Establishes School of Skill Enhancement and Entrepreneurship Development, Institution to Support Make In India

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DU Establishes School of Skill Enhancement and Entrepreneurship Development, Institution to Support Make In India

Delhi University has established Delhi School of Skill Enhancement and Entrepreneurship Development (DSSEED) with an intent to enhance skills in a structured manner and to develop entrepreneurial spirit among students. 

The flagship institute of Delhi University set up under the Institution of Eminence (IoE) scheme will be headed by innovator and biochemist, Professor Vijay K Chaudhary (Honorary Director) 

The institute will also be guided by an advisory council comprising eminent scientists and innovation facilitators under the chairmanship of professor NK Ganguly, Former Director-General of Indian Council of Medical Research.

DSSEED aims to bridge the gap in the current knowledge delivery by initiating training programmes. The institute will employ “innovative mechanisms in an integrated manner” to shape young minds to meet the global needs and fulfil the dream of “Make in India, Made for World”.

As per the official statement released by DU, DSSED will provide incubation facilities for students and entrepreneurs which will be significant in furthering the research area of college faculty who are not able to take their ideas further due to the lack of necessary infrastructure.

Furthermore, the institution will involve faculties from Sciences (Biological, Chemical, Physical, Mathematical Sciences and Informatics), Humanities, Social Sciences, Commerce and Economics, Finance and Management who will address and meet the immediate and ever-evolving future challenges in an integrated fashion and contribute to the national development.


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