Partnership with Sri Ramachandra Institute

Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research (deemed university) has signed a Partnership Agreement with our College to collaborate on education and examination activity alongside faculty development.

Partnership with Sri Ramachandra Institute

Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research (deemed university) has signed a Partnership Agreement with our College to collaborate on education and examination activity alongside faculty development.

Sri Ramachandra will now become the hub and focal point for the Royal College’s activities in the state of Tamil Nadu and South India said Prof. David J. Galloway, President of the Royal College and Dr.P.V.Vijayaraghavan, Vice Chancellor, Sri Ramachandra who signed the agreement.

CEO Dr. Steve Graham, of the Royal College said the tie up will allow both institutions to support the delivery of postgraduate healthcare training and assessment across many disciplines–from dental and oral surgery, international travel medicine, to specialist surgical and medical assessment education and training in foot pathology and podiatric medicine.

In the first year of the five year agreement the focus will be on development and delivery of examination preparations courses for MRCS prior to the examinations being hosted by Sri Ramachandra. There will also be development of the successful pilot of the management of foot pathology programme as well as delivery of membership exams for the Faculty of Podiatric Medicine.


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