Delhi Police has launched an e-learning initiative to help educate the youth and impart skill training to school dropouts from the weaker sections of society.
The e-learning platform, Unnati, was launched at the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Auditorium under Delhi Police's flagship scheme YUVA.
YUVA aims to help the youth, primarily those from the weaker sections of society, and school dropouts get educated and acquire skills to ensure their dreams of a secure future.
The e-learning platform will give youngsters the freedom to choose a programme of their choice and will inspire them to enroll themselves.
Training, counseling and placement to trainees will be provided by the platform. Recordings of live sessions are also available online in case someone misses a class.
The Unnati portal will help students learn from anywhere using a laptop, desktop, tablet or a mobile phone.
Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana launched the e-portal. Asthana also felicitated YUVA trainees who have got jobs and are supporting their families.
On the successful completion of the e-learning course, a certificate will be awarded to the students that will help them get placements, said Chinmoy Biswal, Delhi Police PRO.
The courses offered include digital literacy, computer and typing training, preparatory courses for competitive exams and sports courses.