Connectedness and Collaborations

1. Context:

In the contemporary world where network is considered net worth, HR College tries to bring about a high level of networking through all round connectedness and collaborations. The institution has MOUs with foreign Universities, corporate houses, NGOs and Wellness agencies. We also believe in collaborating with local and national colleges. The institution believes in continuous engagement with all stakeholders including alumni, placement partners and management. Connectedness and collaboration provide a platform for students to not only display their talents a in front of corporate India, where they may become job creators or seekers, but also globally. It also provides opportunities to faculty to benchmark their teaching learning practices, research outputs and administrative best practices.

2. Objectives:
  • To encourage diversity in classrooms and to sensitize students towards the same.
  • To appreciate multiculturalism in a global world.
  • To inculcate the art and expertise of networking among students.
  • To engage with industry and understand their developments in order to make students job ready.
3. The Practice:

The institution organises various programmes including seminars, workshops, students’ exchange programmes, faculty exchange programmes, certificate programmes, soft skill training workshops for quality enhancement in research and education. It also organizes HR Pulse a soft skills programme, to make students employment worthy. The institution with the aim of widening the horizons for its stakeholders has always prioritized a constant addition in its partnerships. The college is proud of its landmark placements and engagement with industry.

4. Evidence of Success (Click here)
5. Problems encountered and resources required:

Being an affiliate of the University of Mumbai, credit transfer becomes a challenge. This restricts collaboration with foreign-based university for value-based programmes. Meagre finances is yet another challenge faced in such programmes. Nevertheless, the institution, with its available infrastructure and resources, has been able to mark its presence in the corporate world and global institutions too.