TIE-UPS & COLLABORATION

MOU with The Akshaya Patra Foundation, Bangalore

Ramaiah College of Law, Bengaluru has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with The Akshaya Patra Foundation, Bengaluru for promoting and reinforcing cooperation, facilitating mutual exchange of information and advocacy based know- how, to jointly collaborate and undertake works in R&D projects, establish an Advanced Child Development Research Centre, enable student internships, and exchange of experts, researchers and professors. The general objective is to stimulate and facilitate the development of collaborative and mutually beneficial programmes which serve to enhance the intellectual life and cultural development for both parties, and to contribute towards increased cooperation in the social sector, exclusively focused on Child Development.

MOU with National Law School of India University ( NLSIU), Bengaluru

Gokula Education Foundation (GEF) which runs RCL has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bengaluru, one among the premier legal education centers in the country for an academic collaboration which includes conduct of bridge courses, training programmes, and other academic activities.

MOU with Surana and Surana International Attorney, Chennai

Ramaiah College of Law and Surana & Surana International Attorney, Chennai has entered into an MOU for conducting the International Essay Writing Competition & National Tort Law Moot Court Competition.

 

Collaboration with Karnataka State Legal Services Authority

RCL has collaborated with the Karnataka State Legal Services Authority to organise legal aid and legal awareness camps both within and outside the college premises. Through this collaboration, students of RCL have the opportunity to work on various research projects.  

MoU with Ramaiah Public Policy Center

Both the organizations after mutual discussions are desirous of establishing cooperative relations in furtherance of their shared objectives of evidence-based decision making to promote law, public finance management and policy development. The MoU is for — Data organization, collection, analysis, and interpretation for policy making and assessment; Joint research activities based on the above data; Certificate programs and courses on public policy and allied areas of law; Identify and mobilize funding opportunities and marshal all available resources for joint activities which would lead to public good and mutually beneficial activities to each of the institution; Exchange of information and data sharing; Undertaking research projects from a policy research perspective; Exchange of visits of suitable personnel for participation in agreed joint activities; and other forms of cooperation which may be mutually agreed upon. The initial areas of collaboration identified are: Inter-state river water sharing, Environmental issues, Public health & nutrition, Research methodology, Urban Development and Planning, E-governance, Human Rights and any other areas, mutually agreed upon