Hygiene Management Course at Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University – The New Indian Express


Through Express news service

NEW DELHI: Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) and JLL India on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding for a key partnership initiative.

As part of this partnership, JLL will be one of the key partners in the design of BBA’s Facilities and Hygiene Management program, a one-of-a-kind course in India. The course will include elements of on-the-job training which will be supported by JLL, as well as internships for young graduates.

Announcing the partnership, Professor Dr Neharika Vohra, Vice-Chancellor of the DSEU, said: “We are delighted to enter into a partnership with JLL. It is indeed good news that JLL plans to absorb the entire batch of 60 students at the end of their degree. We appreciate the support provided by JLL in the design of the study programs. It is these university-industry partnerships that have the potential to transform higher education in unexplored but high demand areas. “

She added that “we take it upon ourselves to prepare our students for employment. This means not only equipping them with technical knowledge, but teaching them 21st century skills, what we call ‘Face the World’ skills, such as effective communication, interpersonal skills, problem solving, critical thinking and many other skills. “

Sandeep Sethi, Managing Director of Work Dynamics – West Asia, JLL, said, “The role of the facilities management industry has evolved significantly over the past two years and it is important for students to understand how this industry can. help create various new roles. . As a responsible and managed company, we believe this program advances the industry agenda and lives up to our commitment to give back to the community. “


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