Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan in an event stated that Delhi University should design futuristic courses and include them in its curriculum. DU can start a short-term, diploma course on a clear process. Through this, students will not only become employable in India but also at the international level.
Pradhan also shared that Union Home Minister Amit Shah, the chief guest at the event, became emotional after seeing the NCC cadets who welcomed him at the event by recalling his time as an NCC cadet when he had welcomed Morariji Desai. And one of these students can become a Prime Minister in the next few years.
Delhi University vice-chancellor Yogesh Singh said that India needs a growth rate of 10 percent for the next 10 years to become a six trillion dollar economy.
He also focused on the policies that compromise the country’s growth that should not be supported and postponed.
“Delhi University is celebrating its anniversary. These have been the 100 great years of education, that have led it to become the best university. Delhi University started with only three colleges, 750 students, ₹40,000 annual budget. But today we have more than 90 colleges, more than six lakh students, and a ₹840 crore annual budget. This has been such huge growth.
On this special occasion, we are giving students a chance to complete their degrees. The registration for this started on May 1 and we have received 1,560 registrations.