Commits has working relationships (many formalized with MoUs) with leading media organisations for internships and training.
Commits has signed an MoU with the Network 18 Group, which has a working partnership with CNN of the USA, and is one of the largest media conglomerates owned and operated by theUS$75-billion Reliance Industries Limited in India. The Group operates global media brands such as IBN, CNN, CNBC, MTV, etc.
Commits is the only Indian media institute to be a founder-member of the prestigious Global Communications Project (www.globcom.org), participating in an annual international student-activity involving 13 top universities from 13 countries across the world. The projects include strategies for multinational aid organisations, global corporations, countries and governments. Notable among them are New Economic Partnership for Africa’s Development; Kingdom of Swaziland, South African and German Tourism Boards; Saving Borneo rainforests of Malaysia, etc.
Commits has also entered into active partnerships in Development and Community Communications, with CRY – Child Rights and You, to work on child rights projects, and help prevent child abuse.
Commits has signed an MoU with Bangalore-based Institute of Experiential Learning (Inexel) to partner in their highly-successful career launcher events, and especially advise them on careers in media and mass communications.
Commits also has a working partnership with National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS),which is the open schooling arm of the Indian Ministry of Human Resources Development, whereby Commits resource persons regularly officiate as examiners and evaluators.