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Department For Skill Development & Entrepreneurship

Our country is dwelling to arrays of resources and is one of the vastly populated countries in the world. The growing unemployment issues among the educated and school drop-outs constantly alarms the urgent need of giving due concentration to generate employable skills in higher education as well as providing skills to those who are dropouts & uneducated.

Also, the regular academic studies are majorly bounded by the classroom sessions and most of the students find it complicated to address the present skill requirements. Therefore, skilling, up-skilling and re-skilling our students and youth to fulfil the gap has become one of the most central components of education.

The ICFAI University, Sikkim launched its School of Skill Education in the year 2020 to produce candidate with potential and great employability attributes in addition to their normal degree.

The School plans to enhance the skills of the students with sole objective to transform each one to great leader, entrepreneur and highly skilled candidate that will fit in today’s competition.

All the certificates and diploma programs were designed to attain certain essential skills and transform each into skilled workforce. Apart from the skill work, IUS School of Skill Education and Entrepreneurship also encourages students to exercise practices on bringing new innovations and motivations that would take them towards self employment and become a job creators instead of job seekers.

To align with the mission of Skill India, ICFAI University Sikkim (IUS) also entered into Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the 1st day of June 2018 with National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) to facilitate and run various Sector Skill Development Programs. This was done to fulfil the growing need in India for skilled manpower across sectors and narrow the existing gap between the demand and supply of skills.