India, June 20, 2022: SAP has joined hands with the Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) with the signing of an MoU focused on development of the youth skilling ecosystem through course and curriculum development in areas of emerging technologies. Through this initiative, DSEU will focus on broadening the reach for its short-term programs through the linkage to ‘Code Unnati’ – the flagship CSR initiative of SAP with the objective of imparting future skills and workforce readiness among the students. Further, SAP shall enable deserving and meritorious students the opportunities of internship. The overarching objective is to build career pathways for youth.
Starting this academic year, a six-month training programme will be hosted at six DSEU colleges with a curriculum designed for Computer Science, IT, Electronics, Electrical, B.C.A. and M.C.A students and will focus on core deep technologies fundamentals, SAP specific modular training modules like HANA, ABAP, workforce readiness and soft skills. A total of 500 students will join each cohort with a pedagogy focused on labs- and project-based learning.
Present at the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), Ms. Sindhu Gangadharan, SVP & MD, SAP Labs India and Head, SAP User Enablement shared, “India has a unique opportunity to become the global talent hub for future skills and drive deeper impact for our societies, organizations and global communities. SAP’s partnership with Delhi Skills and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) is an effort in this direction to empower India’s youth with the future skills required to catalyze the next decade of growth and innovation to help the world run better and improve people’s lives.”
“This is an exciting union that we have formed with SAP. We, at the University place great value on experiential learning and, this tie-up with SAP shall be great support for our students to engage with the experts to learn the technological and managerial systems to create systems that help build and grow an organisation in any domain. We look forward to this partnership as our students connect with SAP’s Start- up Studio to explore the development of entrepreneurial landscape,” said Prof. (Dr.) Neharika Vohra, Vice Chancellor, DSEU.
“Future skilling requires a multi-stakeholder collaboration to fill the growing skills gap, and give our youth the tools they need to build a better future for themselves and society. At SAP, building partnerships and collaboration has helped us in our endeavor to create a positive influence on the economy, workforce, and communities that we work with. Through our partnership with the Delhi Skills and Entrepreneurship University, we look forward to supporting a continuous improvement of people's lives,” said Dr. Lovneesh Chanana, Vice President (Government Affairs), SAP Asia Pacific and Japan.
Students will be provided certification from DSEU and SAP upon completion of the course.
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