One of the key features of organizational strategy of IICA is to develop partnerships with institutions of excellence around the world so as to create a pool of knowledge and expertise on the subject of Corporate Affairs. Such arrangements will enable IICA to utilize faculty resources from partner institutions/organizations. So far, agreements have been signed with following:


- Intel Technology India Pvt. Ltd. (MoU, 2012)
- Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (MOU, 2012)
- Institute of Company Secretaries of India (MOU, 2012)
- Institute of Cost Accountants of India (MOU, 2012)
- The National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore (MoU, 2012)
- National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) (MoU, 2012)
          - KPMG (MoU, 2013)
          - Madison Street Capital India Pvt Ltd. (MoU, 2013)


- George Washington University Law School, USA (MoU, Nov., 2008 – Nov., 2013)
- German Agency for International Cooperation(GIZ) (MoU, Phase I- 2008-2012, Phase II- 2012-2014)
- Carnegie Mellon University, USA (MoU, 2009)

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The collaborative arrangements with the IICA partners would include establishment of centers on reciprocal basis where the partners could be provide necessary infrastructure and basic manpower support to each other. The faculty for the centers would be provided by respective institutions and these centers will undertake work on areas of mutual interest.

The Institution is in dialogue with a number of other institutions/organizations and also individual persons with a view to forge flexible partnerships based on commonality of interest and specific outcomes. These partnership arrangements worldwide are being crystallized on various issues related to Corporate Affairs include the following categories of arrangements:

  • Functional relationships between IICA and the partner institution in the area of teaching, training, research, capacity building etc.
  • Creation of network so as to become a part of the Global Think Tank processes on various issues relating to Corporate Affairs.
  • Establishing knowledge sharing arrangements with experts and institutions.
George Washington School of Law
Carnegie Mellon University, USA
IIT Kharagpur, India
Intel Technology India Pvt. Ltd.
GTZ – Germany