IICA & DSNLU sign MoU for academic & research collaboration

Under the agreement, the IICA will offer courses, research and publications, advancement of knowledge, capacity building, awareness, and advocacy with active collaboration from DSNLU


New Delhi: The Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA), Manesar, on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University (DSNLU), Vishakhapatnam, for academic and research collaboration.

According to a press release issued by the ministry of corporate affairs, the MOU was signed for the purpose of academic collaboration that will encompass offer and award of degree, diploma and certificate courses of contemporary importance; exchange members of faculty and students; research and publication; other academic activities; offer of expert advice and consultancy; and conduct joint workshops, seminars and conferences.”

In addition to this, active efforts will be made to develop joint training and research programs that will be pursued in a collaborative spirit.

The MOU will foster advancement in offering Post Graduate Courses such as LL.M, jointly organizing awareness and outreach programmes for the benefit and welfare of humanity.

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The MoU was signed by S Surya Prakash, vice-chancellor of DSNLU and Praveen Kumar, director general and chief executive officers (DG & CEO) of the IICA.

K Madhusudhana Rao, registrar in-charge of IICA, A Rajendra Prasad, professor of eminence, Pyla Narayana Rao, associate professor, and Dayananda Murthy CP, director, academic affairs and research, IICA, were present during the occasion.

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The ministry of corporate affairs has set up IICA as a think-tank and a centre of excellence to support the growth of the corporate sector in India through an integrated and multi-disciplinary approach. IICA has been mandated to offer capacity building and advisory solutions to government, statutory authorities, private sector, etc, apart from taking up research in the corporate area.

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