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Students of the Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) will now have access to job opportunities thanks to a new pilot project the Delhi government announced on Monday with UNICEF.
The DSEU and UNICEF have started offering ‘Career Awareness Sessions’ for students, according to a statement from the government.
“Skill Varsity of Delhi joins hands with YuWaah (Generation Unlimited India) at UNICEF to enable access to employment opportunities, assist students in becoming job ready as well as listen to and amplify the voices of young people,” the official statement reads.
The ‘YuWaah Step Up – Bano job ready’ project, a six-month pilot being run by Flywheel Digital Solutions Pvt with DSEU students and other job seekers in Delhi, is another pillar of the partnership, the government said in a statement.
Its goal is to increase the reach of young job seekers on the new generation of job portals.
Beginning on July 20, the pilot will operate at the Ambedkar DSEU Shakarpur I campus.
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