Delhi Police launches e-learning platform to upskill school dropouts; See available courses

In a bid to educate young people and impart skills training to those from the weaker sections of society, Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana launched an e-learning initiative on Sunday. As part of Delhi Police’s flagship program “YUVA”, the South Western District Police Force has launched an e-learning platform named “Unnati” for underprivileged students of the All India Auditorium Council for Technical Education (AICTE). Under the “YUVA” initiative, the Delhi Police aims to help young people, especially those from the weaker strata of society and school dropouts.

Through this online learning platform, many young people and dropouts will receive help and inspiration to enroll and choose the program of their choice, said an official present at the event. The “Unnati” portal has been designed on the simplest and most user-friendly model, allowing anyone to learn from anywhere using a laptop, desktop computer, tablet or simply a mobile phone, he added. The platform will not only provide education, but also provide consulting, training, and job placement services to freshmen. For the convenience of students, the portal offers an option to record live sessions.

Delhi Police Skills Training Program: Students get certificate for completing courses

According to the Delhi Police, more than 1.5 lakh people are arrested every year across the state for various crimes, with 85% of them being first time offenders and only 10% being repeat offenders. The e-learning initiative launched by the Delhi Police aims to educate these 85% of people so that they can get a fresh start in life. Students who complete a course on the e-learning platform will receive a certificate that will help them secure jobs and internships.

Delhi Police launches ‘Unnati’ e-learning platform, check available courses

The courses offered under the e-learning platform include basic computer courses and typing training, competition prep courses, and sports lessons, among others. Separately, a dedicated “Unanti” placement cell has also been set up by the Delhi Police, said Delhi Police PRO Chinmoy Biswal. During the launch program, “YUVA” trainees who successfully obtained employment were also recognized and awarded a certificate.

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With ANI inputs

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