In the last five years the institution has established tie-ups with several national level organizations like: Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Mumbai, Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), University Grants Commission (UGC), Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), University Of Mumbai, SNDT Women’s University (SNDTWU), Khar Police Station, Bhaba Atomic Research Center (BARC) and Disha Child, Adolescent, Adult Counseling Center in order to expand and strengthen its extension and research activities.
The benefits accrued from the collaborations are-
Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai: – Collaboration for ‘Spoken Tutorials”, by making use of Open Educational Resources (OER) like Libre Office, Ubuntu, Linux, Express and Drawing.
Indira Gandhi National Open University: The institution has signed a formal MOU with IGNOU to run various educational courses offered by IGNOU.
University Grants Commission: – Collaboration for Research Projects, conducting Seminars, Certificate Course in Human Rights Education and availing of Travel grants.
Indian Council of Social Science Research: – Collaboration for Research Projects and conducting Research Methodology Workshops.
National Human Rights Commission: – Collaboration for conducting training programme on Child Rights Education.
National Assessment and Accreditation Council: – Collaboration for conducting National Level Seminars.
Tata Institute of Social Sciences: – Expert advice on Community Service, Research, Human Rights Education and sharing of expertise as resource persons.
University of Mumbai- Setting up College Ph.D. Research Center.
Institute of Distance and Open Learning (IDOL, University of Mumbai) – Study center for M.A [Education].
SNDT Women’s University – Sharing expertise for conducting viva-voce for M.Ed students and organizing ICT based workshops and various academic research projects.
Helpdesk Service at Khar Police Station – A service offered by the Police stations wherein college students are encouraged to help senior citizens and women.
BARC: The college Principal and faculty provide their expertise for selection of BARC personnel and awardees, setting of question papers for varied entry-level examinations.
Disha Child, Adolescent & Adult Counseling Center: The college Center for Mental Health has tied up with Disha Child, Adolescent & Adult Counseling Center to provide free of cost professional counseling services to student teachers.
Maharashtra State Commission for Women: Collaboration for Training Programmes.
To keep the faculty abreast with changing trends in education, the institution has established linkages with international level organization like, World Education Fellowship – Indian section andUNFPA and International Literacy Association and Reading Association of India.
World Education Fellowship – Indian section (WEF): Collaboration for conducting conference at international level.
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA): Collaboration for conducting National Level Seminars.
International Literacy Association and Reading Association of India (ILA): Collaboration for conducting National Level Seminars.