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Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited and Delhi Skill Entrepreneurship University unite for a cause

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New Delhi, India: Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited, a leading utility supplying electricity to a populace of 7 million in North Delhi, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Delhi Skill Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) in New Delhi. The skilled workforce is a critical factor contributing to the industry’s growth, and the MoU will help nurture the new talent with skill development courses and programmes.
The MoU was signed by Dwijadas Basak, Chief- Customer Experience, Commercial & Social Impact Group, Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited and Ashwani Kansal, Registrar, DSEU in the presence of Neharika Vohra, Vice Chancellor, Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University and Rihan Khan Suri, Pro Vice Chancellor of Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University, Govt. of Delhi and other senior officials of the Tata Power-DDL and DSEU.
Both organizations will work towards creating a pool of opportunities for the future workforce by offering them various advanced curricula. Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited will create faculty development for DSEU by providing its expertise in this field and curating quality programs, scholarships, industrial training, and emerging technologies in the power sector for the students. DSEU will support the introduction of advanced courses in specific trades for the beneficiaries of Tata Power-DDL’s vocational training centres running under its Social Impact (CSR) initiative.
Speaking at the MoU signing ceremony, Dwijadas Basak, Chief (Customer Experience, Commercial & Social Impact Group), Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited, said, “The throbbing social innovation framework at Tata Power-DDL aims to build bridges and support entrepreneurs in their journey by providing them access to the right kind of resources and imparting them skill based training to make them future ready. This association with DSEU is a step in the same direction.”

 

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