We collaborate with the best in the world to offer world-class services. Our carefully chosen partners share similar values which are at the heart of the Ramaiah Group.


  • The Ramaiah HCG Cancer Centre is the result of a collaborative effort between two premiere institutions:
    HCG Enterprises Ltd and the Ramaiah Group of Institutions.

    “Cancer is a specialised field of healthcare and HCG is recognised as a specialist in cancer care. North Bangalore needed a dedicated cancer centre and the Ramaiah Group of Institutions was looking at expanding their cancer care programme. We approached them with the intent of doing a collaborative programme.

    We have shared a great working relationship with them and there has been tremendous team spirit between the two groups. Today, the centre has been expanded to include a comprehensive cancer centre with a newly installed state-of-the-art Linear Accelerator, Bone Marrow Transplant Unit and a next generation PET CT.

    Given the success of the cancer care centre, we began work on fertility care and launched Milann, the Fertility Centre. All of this would not have been possible without the vision and support of Dr. Jayaram of the Ramaiah Group of Institutions.

    This partnership model is a testimony of how two groups can come together and work in a very collaborative and cohesive manner with great team spirit to achieve the ultimate goal of optimising care to the patient. This, without compromising on good outcomes and safety, and ensuring it is accessible and affordable. It is truly a model worth emulating.

    My sincere thanks to Dr. Jayaram and the entire Ramaiah Group for working with us closely in making our dream a reality.”

    Dr. B S Ajaikumar
    Chairman & CEO
    HealthCare Global Enterprises Limited

  • Management and Science University, Malaysia (MSU)

  • The International Medical School (IMS) is a collaboration between the Management and Science University, Malaysia and the Ramaiah Group of Institutions, Bangalore. Approximately a 100 Malaysian students join the school every year to study a curriculum approved by the Malaysian Medical Council (MMC).

    “The collaboration between the Management & Science University and the Ramaiah Group of Institutions in the formation of the International Medical School (IMS) has reached its 10th meaningful year. This unique relationship, formalised in 2006, has developed and grown to become a successful joint medical-education model to many. The combined efforts and expertise in medical education and services that the Ramaiah Group provides, coupled with MSU’s drive for educational excellence as Malaysia’s best teaching and learning university, have resulted in the training of 493 medical graduates.
    Personally, I am proud of this collaborative undertaking and my deepest appreciation to Dr. M R Jayaram, Chairman, Ramaiah Group and his team for the dedication shown to ensuring the success of this venture. I am optimistic that the understanding established between MSU and the Ramaiah Group has created an eco-system for IMS, Bangalore to develop further within the next decade.”

    Prof Tan Sri Dato’ Wira Dr Mohd Shukri Ab. Yajid
    Management & Science University, Malaysia

  • St George’s University, Grenada, West Indies

  • A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between the Ramaiah Group of Institutions, Bangalore, India and St. George’s University (SGU) to mark the beginning of a new international relationship between the two institutions. The purpose of the agreement is to develop academic and educational cooperation, and to promote mutual understanding between Ramaiah and SGU.

    The two institutions have agreed to develop collaborative activities in academic areas of mutual interest, paving the way for students of Ramaiah to study at SGU in the future.

    The Ramaiah International Medical School will conduct the first year of SGU’s five-year medical program at the Ramaiah Campus in Bangalore. The students who successfully meet the promotion requirements will continue the Doctor of Medicine program in Grenada, or in the UK as part of the Keith B. Taylor Global Scholars Program in partnership with Northumbria University. They will then complete their clinical training in the US, UK and Grenada.

    The MOU also expresses support for a student exchange program, enabling scholars, graduates and undergraduates from Ramaiah to spend time at SGU and vice-versa. Faculty and administrative staff will also be able to take part in the exchange program, and the two universities will conduct collaborative research projects. Short-term, customized courses for students on credit transfer or study abroad programs will also be facilitated.

    Commenting on the signing of the MOU, Dr. G. Richard Olds, President of SGU, said, “The breadth of this agreement is testament to the benefit it will bring to both institutions. A well-rounded medical education is the foundation of any successful doctor’s career, and international experience is an important component of that training. I am delighted that our students will have the opportunity to train at Ramaiah and look forward to welcoming their students to our True Blue Campus.”

    Noting the benefits of international partnerships, Dr. Naresh Shetty, President of the International Program at Ramaiah, said, “The collaboration between Ramaiah and SGU will open up new frontiers for Indian students, who will be exposed to both Eastern and Western culture, and will benefit from a truly global perception of health care.”

  • Officers IAS Academy, Chennai

  • Officers IAS Academy

    The Ramaiah Group of Institutions, Bengaluru, and the Officers IAS Academy, Chennai, have come together in a collaborative effort to help the future civil servants of our country by establishing the Ramaiah Officers IAS Academy at the Ramaiah Campus, New BEL Road, Bengaluru.

    Officers IAS Academy, Chennai, is the only UPSC (Civil Services) coaching institute in India that is founded and run by a team of former Civil Servants (4 IAS, 2 IRS and 1 IRAS) to teach, mentor, nurture UPSC aspirants, and create the next generation of Civil Servants. Our endeavour is to emulate the Gurukul System, where the ‘Gurus’ train the students, to achieve what the ‘Gurus’ have themselves achieved. What started as a small classroom in Chennai with just 7 students, today, has thousands of students from across the country, right from Kashmir to Kanyakumari.

    The 56-year-old Ramaiah Group has promoted over 25 institutions of academic excellence, in all areas of human endeavour. The group strives to produce graduates with the necessary skills and knowledge to find innovative solutions to problems faced by the society.

    “Ramaiah Officers IAS Academy”, located on the Ramaiah University campus, will be open to all IAS/UPSC aspirants across Karnataka and the neighbouring states.

    The Academy’s teaching methods are rooted in certain time-tested principles which lead students to understand the basics and encourage them to question the facts and concepts rather than just accepting them blindly.

    A group of senior retired IAS officers in the Ramaiah Campus will be guiding the academy to reach the desired goals.

    Highlights of our Academy

    Students can experience the guidance and teaching of our faculty who have passed this exam and gone on to serve the Nation, both in Chennai and Bengaluru.
    The fee includes comprehensive coaching, covering the prelims, mains and the interview.
    Once enrolled, the student is extended full assistance till successful completion.
    For the out-station students, we facilitate accommodation around the Ramaiah campus.
    State-of-the-art infrastructure sprawling over 5000 sq. ft., cocoons students from the hustle and bustle of the city, providing a peaceful learning environment.
    There is a separate reading hall for students who can avail the facility from 9 am to 7 pm on all days, including national holidays.
    The Academy is located in the institutional campus lending students a collegiate experience, which will add to a clean-cut professional environment for education.
    We insulate our students from the deluge of material that floods the market and curate the information feed to ensure the most valuable input for their time.
    The Academy provides mentorship for individual students depending on their assessed requirements.
    Our new weekend batch, for 2019 UPSC exams, is starting from June, 2019. Registration is open. Class timings will be from 9 am to 6.30 pm, on both the days – Saturday & Sunday.

    For registration & details, you are welcome to visit or call:

    Ramaiah Officers IAS Academy
    Gnanagangotri Campus,
    Behind Dwaraka Hall, Adjacent to the Faculty of Dental Sciences,
    MSR Nagar, New BEL Road
    Bengaluru 560 054

    Ms. Priya
    +91 80 22182986 / +91 70228 58004 / +91 73974 42266

  • Metropolis

  • The Memorial Hospital partners with Metropolis to conduct lab tests for patients. The idea is to leverage expertise and a low cost of operation.

    “Metropolis Healthcare Ltd is pleased to have been managing and operating the laboratory at the Ramaiah Memorial Hospital since 2004. Spread over 8,000 square feet, the laboratory has a complete array of equipment ranging from fully automated biochemistry and immunoassay analysers, to fully automated molecular platforms.
    Metropolis also has a highly qualified and experienced scientific set up. Customers at the hospital have access to pathologists, biochemists, microbiologists, immunologists, geneticists and a full-fledged research and development team. The lab is equipped to handle over 1000 samples a day and together, we have earned the trust of our customers by timely, accurate and reliable diagnosis. Putting our patients first has brought us a long way and will take us further.
    The lab at the Ramaiah Memorial Hospital maintains high standards of quality and is accredited by NABL, according to ISO 15189 2012 standards.”

    Ameera Shah
    Managing Director
    Metropolis Healthcare Ltd

  • Portea

  • Portea, a leader in home health care, has a strong presence on our campus. The collaboration with them includes:

    • Referral of patients in need of home care to them
    • Collection and diagnosis of blood samples to aid in their care process

    This partnership is leveraged to help patients who would otherwise lack access to quality healthcare.

  • Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA)

  • An MoU has been inked with KSCA to set up an Advanced Sports Rehab Facility in Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore. This facility will help serve promising youngsters who are injured.

  • University of Illinois (UIC), Chicago, USA

  • The Heart Rescue Programme
    The Heart Rescue Programme, in collaboration with UIC and Meditronics, is for people who either do not feel at risk or those for whom help reaches too late. As a part of this programme, 2-wheeler bike ambulances and a defibrillator kit is offered to every hospital within a 10-km radius of the campus. This vehicle and the kit can be used by a paramedic to reach a heart attack victim in time, despite Bangalore’s traffic woes. If required, the victim will be brought to the campus by the ambulance that follows the bike ambulance to the victim’s location.
    This 5-year initiative will keep track of the lives saved and offer detailed data that will help others replicate the model in their locations. The programme is also practising the lessons learnt from the implementation of this idea in Chicago.

    Bone Marrow Transplant Unit
    Since 2015, the Memorial Hospital has been working with UIC to get an international accreditation in this specialised area, a feat as yet unattained by any hospital in India.

    Ayur Integrated Centre
    Chronic problems can be addressed well by Ayurveda. Indic Specialty Ayurveda is working with the UIC to ensure that Indian medicine is scientifically validated, thereby opening it up to more people across the world.

  • Narayana Hrudayalaya (NH)

  • As specialists in, and bulk providers of, cardiac care, NH offers quality healthcare to patients at affordable prices. Convinced about the benefits they will offer patients, the Memorial Hospital asked them to set up a centre in our campus, one that will also help increase their geographic reach.

  • ConvaTec

  • ConvaTec provides specialised wound dressing to those suffering from diabetes and other chronic wounds.

  • Edulink International Co. Ltd.

  • The University has collaborated with Edulink International Co. Ltd., which has a presence in the United Kingdom and China. The University receives students and faculty members from China, while  students and faculty members from here will also be given the opportunity to go on exchange programmes to China.

  • Institute for Drug Delivery and Biomedical Research (IDBR)

  • The University entered an MoU with IDBR on the ‘Design of Drug Delivery and Biomedical Devices’ project.  Under this MoU, Pre-Clinical and Clinical Research thrust areas were identified and novel drug delivery systems and biomedical devices were developed. This MoU aims to find treatment opportunities for unmet medical needs and chronic diseases.

  • National Design and Research Forum (NDRF)

  • An MoU with the National Design and Research Forum (NDRF) on ‘Development of Micro Air Vehicles, Under Water Vehicles and Associated Technologies’ was signed by the University. Under this MoU, Technology Development Programmes will be formalised by both the agencies for executing sponsored research projects. This MoU aims to support development projects by utilising the services of the NDRF (consortium) Members and sharing research facilities.

  • Enlivening Technologies Private Limited

  • Enlivening Technologies Private Limited will work jointly with the University in strategic R & D and Product Development in areas of national importance including advanced composites, unmanned aerial vehicles, autonomous systems and other areas of interest. Both will jointly own the IPs created through this partnership and provide infrastructure and guidance to selected Master’s / Doctoral students. The University will register selected Enlivening staff for Master’s / Doctoral programmes. The Techno Centre will also facilitate the engagement to enhance the efforts.

  • Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL)

  • The University has been identified as a Consultant with Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) in the areas of Structural & Thermal Analysis and Wireless Communication.

  • Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)

  • Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has identified the University as a vendor for Research and Development.

  • Indo-European Education Foundation (IEEF)

  • The University entered into a Research Cooperation Agreement with the Indo-European Education Foundation (IEEF), Warsaw, Poland to establish long-term academic cooperation. Under this Research Cooperation Agreement, the University will jointly apply for international funding calls from the European Union, the European Commission, and the Polish and Indian Governments, through the IEEF. In addition, the agreement has been made to encourage Faculty and Student Exchanges along with organising joint conferences.

  • Government of Karnataka and Karnataka State Higher Education Council

  • An MoU was signed with the Government of Karnataka and the Karnataka State Higher Education Council on the 6th of November 2015, to adopt colleges in the Districts of Chitradurga, Mandya and Bangalore Urban.

    The MoU will address student mentorship, faculty mentorship, sharing of best practices and skill development programmes, joint conferences, symposia, workshops, seminars and joint research efforts.
    “We sincerely appreciate and place on record the kind support given to the Department of Higher Education, GoK, for synergising the best practices in all higher education institutions in the state through resource sharing in ICT initiatives and ‘Gnana Samanvaya.’
    This kind of initiative will bring forth reforms in administration, academia, student support and examination for the entire state. It is the first of its kind in India. Hence, ICT initiatives of Higher Education of our State and ‘Gnana Samnvaya’ are considered by MHRD-Gol as ‘Best Practices,’ for which you all are responsible.”

    Bharat Lal Meena, IAS
    Additional Chief Secretary to Government