The minister acknowledged that Delhi is home to many young stars, but stressed that it was important to focus on the skills needed to make sure that they are ready for the future.
To inspect the first ever state-level competitions in Delhi for ‘WorldSkills,’ Mr Sisodia and Vice Chancellor of Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University Nizamuddin’s Industrial Training Institute (ITI), DSEU (Professor (Dr.) Neharika Vohra visited and the campus of Dwarka University. Manish Sisodia, Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister, said Saturday that the city government is working hard to make Delhi the world leader in skill training.
Over 1,400 participants from over 60 countries and regions will compete in the ‘WorldSkills Competition’ in Shanghai. They will be competing in more than 60 skills. You can learn about baking, 3D digital gaming art, automotive technology, and autobody repair.
“The youth from Delhi had to travel to other states in order to take part in the largest skill competitions around the globe. He said that the DSEU in Delhi, the government of Delhi, is proud to host the first state-level competitions for selecting candidates to represent the state in regional rounds.