Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Rammohan College and WE FOR ALL

Date: February 28, 2024

Parties Involved:

  • Rammohan College
    • Principal: Dr. Saswati Sanyal 12
    • Location: 102/1 Raja Rammohan Sarani, Kolkata-700009, West Bengal, India
    • Affiliation: University of Calcutta
    • Recognition: UGC U/S 2f and 12B
    • Medium of Instruction: English and Bengali
  • Location: Chetla & Newtown
  • Affiliation: Registered Trust
    • President: Kalyan Chakraborty
    • Secretaries: Sujata Chatterjee & Rajeswari Banerjee

Purpose of the Agreement:

The MoU aims to establish ties of academic cooperation between the two organizations, contributing to their overall goals. The collaboration includes, but is not limited to:

  1. Teaching and Research Projects
  2. Collaboration in Academic Field Trips
  3. Student Competation Programs
  4. Educational & Vocational Courses
  5. Scientific Publications
  6. Co-hosting and Participation in Conferences, Seminars, and Workshops

Both Rammohan College and WE FOR ALL are committed to empowering girl students by providing them with career-enhancing opportunities. Through this MoU, they seek to create a supportive environment for academic growth and professional development.

Please note that this summary provides an overview of the key points covered in the MoU. For detailed information, you can refer to the official document here


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