DU SOL invites application for short-term courses till March 15

Short-term courses such as cyber security, tax assessment, English proficiency and motor driving are available in Center for Innovative Skill-Based Courses (CISBC).


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Ayushi Bisht | February 16, 2024 | 04:02 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The School of Open Learning (SOL) at Delhi University has invited applications from candidates for the Center for Innovative Skill-Based Courses (CISBC) from February 16. The CISBC initiative aims to revolutionise skill development opportunities for learners across diverse backgrounds.

Short-term courses such as cyber security, tax assessment, English proficiency and motor driving are available in Center for Innovative Skill-Based Courses (CISBC). The DU SOL short-term registrations will close on March 15, 2024. The commencement of courses will be from April 2, 2024.

Giving detailed information about skill-based certificate courses, SOL Director Payal Mago said that these valuable skill-based certificate courses will provide an opportunity to enhance their employability to all. These courses are available to all as per the needs of different individuals and jobs.

Under CISBC, a total of 30 courses like English Proficiency, GST Executive, Cyber Security, Tax Assessment, Motor Driving, Medical Transcription, Radio Jockeying, Bakery and Confectionery, A/C and Refrigerator Repair, Beauty and Hair Make-up have been included. Payal Mago said that the courses are effective and job-oriented which will provide practical skills relevant to current job demands.

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These are budget-friendly and accessible and affordable courses for a wide range of people. Certificates for these courses will be jointly recognised by Delhi University and national/international organisations, which will further enrich the curriculum vitae of the students.

For courses having fees above Rs 1000 on completion of the batch size of 40-50 students 10% supernumerary seats shall be given to the Economically Weaker Section on subsidised rates (available after screening of the candidates).

There are limited seats available for these courses, so interested candidates should apply soon to secure their seats. For detailed information, eligibility criteria and online registration portal visit CISBC website, https://sol.du.ac.in/skill_courses/Skill_Courses.html.

In case of any queries candidates can contact email: skillcentre.sisbc@col.du.ac.in and phone numbers: 9318354363, 9318354636.

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