The Centre for Heritage Management aims to make heritage management a recognized academic discipline, and towards that end, it aims to collaborate with reputable institutes, organizations and NGOs internationally and nationally.
CHM has already entered into several Memorandum of Understanding with an aim to strategically proceed towards developing an international standard curriculum for the one of its kind masters programmes in Heritage Management. Few other objectives of such memorandums are creating mutual exchange of expertise in areas associated with heritage management, research and organizing short duration programmes.
Two such memorandums are with University of Valladolid, Spain and University of Ferrara, Italy to promote cooperation towards joint activities related to heritage management.
The Centre is an Associate Member of The EuroIndia Centre and is in touch with institutions in South East Asia for collaborative efforts as well as reputed museums and institutes in India.
CHM has lately entered into another MoU with the Ahmedabad-based NGO City Heritage Centre (CHC). The nature of collaboration encompasses creating opportunities for architectural students to immerse into the Inner City of Ahmedabad, research, partnerships and seminars & conferences.
CHM offers its expertise in heritage management to numerous local bodies, state and central government organization as well as heritage management bodies and organizations. Within the scope of such intellectual sharing of resources and domain knowledge, it has entered into an MoU with the Punjab Tourism and Heritage Promotion Board (PTHPB), and it is in the process of entering into an MoU with National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT), National Park Service (NPS) of the USA.