Delhi Technical Campus (DTC), an educational institution affiliated with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University in New Delhi, recently launched a series of Value Added Courses in partnership with prestigious institutions such as IITs and IIMs. These courses aim to provide skill-based education and meet the evolving demands of the global technology industry.
DTC offers highly sought-after courses, including B.Tech (Computer Science Engineering, Artificial Intelligence- Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence- Data Science), B.Arch, MBA, BBA, and B.Com, from IP University. The institution has introduced a wide range of courses to promote holistic and all-round development of students, recognizing the importance of value-added courses for long-term growth and development.
DTC’s collaboration with renowned institutions for certification is a notable aspect of these courses. Justice Bhanwar Singh, Director General of DTC and Former Judge, Allahabad High Court, emphasized the significance of these partnerships in delivering top-notch courses. Dr. Pranay Tanwar, Dean Academics, highlighted the improved employment opportunities and exposure that come with relevant certifications from e-cells of IITs and IIMs.
Value-added courses bridge the gap between formal education curriculums and industry needs. They enhance employability, self-esteem, confidence, and leadership skills, which are important beyond standard academic pedagogy. DTC recognizes the need for such courses throughout the year and offers a diverse range of options, including ERP tools like SAP, AI ML, Web Development, Tally, MS Office for productivity enhancement, AutoCAD for designing, and courses on soft skills and life skills.
DTC is leading the way in embracing skill-building and holistic education. By providing students with practical and professional knowledge, institutions like DTC are ushering in a new era of education in India. “Learning not only from past experience but also anticipating future needs is essential due to the rapid pace of change,” said Mr. Vipin Sahni, Chairman of DTC, at the launch event.
Admission to DTC is based on merit through University Counselling and under the Management Quota. Eligibility criteria include JEE for Engineering, NATA for Architecture, and CUET/CET for other courses.