Hero Electric, India’s electric two-wheeler company, collaborates with Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) and WRI India to train its ‘Diploma in Automobile Engineering program students. DSEU is a State University incorporated under Indian law and WRI India is a research think tank that provides objective information and practical solutions to foster environmentally sound and socially equitable development. Under the partnership, Hero Electric will provide internships and placements to the students upon completion of this technical course.
This co-created program will provide a learning experience in the electric mobility industry and jointly certify students on course completion. The program will cover aspects of EVs. Hero Electric will assign a technical expert to facilitate the Curriculum Advisory Group (CAG) formed by DSEU by leveraging the company’s expertise and supporting DSEU’s strategy of providing education to students.
Additionally, there will be selected Hero Electric employees as guest lecturers for three pieces of training sessions every semester. This pedagogy will allow the students to stay updated on the latest trends and practices in the industry. Hero Electric will also be creating and updating the curriculum regularly through a structured evaluation mechanism that will include both the theoretical and practical components of the Basic and Advanced Module. The e2W brand will assist in creating physical and digital instruction and educational material to improvise the course. WRI India is the knowledge partner for the program and will offer research, monitoring and evaluation support.