Memorandum of Understanding (MOUs) & Collaborations

"Sustainable relationship through MOU, nurtures the power of team work and global thinking"
The college has signed MoUs with many institutions mainly to enhance the research activity and research output. Some of the significant MoUs are listed below:

  • In 2016, a MoU has been signed with Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia leading to development and implementation of Split programmes at undergraduate, post graduate and Ph. D. level along with faculty exchange for the purpose of research. It will not only help in promoting educational development and development of networked learning and collaborative research but also facilitating exchange programme in the field of culture and sports.
  • In 2015, a MoU has been signed with University of Wolverhampton, UK which will lead to cultivation and promotion of enriching educational practices through collaborative research and student as well as faculty exchange programmes.
  • MoU has been signed with NGO’s Upvan Seva Sansthan, Samrish Society and Samajik Anveshan Avam Shodh Sansthan, to work for the betterment of underprivileged sections of the society. It is a constructive step to carry out beneficial activities like health and hygiene camps, awareness rally, motivational and fun activities etc. for the deprived, needy and less fortunate children living in the orphanages, slums and rehabilitation centers.
  • Praveen Lata Sansthan and Satya, All India Welfare Society Girl Child Protection & Promotion and Girl Child Protection & Promotion are other non government organizations with whom institution is allied for various activities for deprived and needy children of the society.
  • Institution also has the linkage with Bhandari Hospital and Research Centre, Jaipur for providing prompt services, ambulance and other facilities to college staff and their family members.
  • A MOU has been signed with Institute of Crystallography, Russian Academy of Sciences Moscow, Russia for cross cultural and research activities.
  • Institution is also associated with ETCO e- waste Recycler Private Limited, Jaipur for the purpose of recycling and disposing the e-waste.
  • Soil health card Scheme is being run in collaboration with Government of Rajasthan to analyze the soil samples from various parts of the State.
  • College has an authorized centre of RKCL (Rajasthan Knowledge Corporation Limited) to develop a new educational framework which can plan, implement, supervise and regulate the developing needs for IT skills.
  • An important agreement was signed in respect of the Empanelment for ELSTP scheme of RSLDC, in response to the Expression of Interest (EOI) Document issued by the Rajasthan Skill and Livelihoods Development Corporation (RSLDC).
  • Research Scholars from Dhaka University, Bangladesh visited to lend global outlook and impart international exposure to the academic process. Besides the MoUs with the international bodies, visits of foreign delegates too are a regular feature at the college. In this series, delgates from Dhaka University visited the campus and interacted with the faculty to facilitate cultural exchange as well gain a better understanding about the way academic bodies function in India and the academic systems are defined and executed.
  • Earlier MoU’s had been signed with Swansea Metropolitan University, Brooks by Melton College, Leicestershire and College Sir Gar to promote research and exchange programmes for staff and students.