Graduate students in India are supported by many funding agencies, namely, PMRF, CSIR, UGC, DST, etc. Although students are keen to embrace opportunities to visit abroad for short durations through fellowships like Raman-Charpak and DAAD, these are unfortunately too limited. Establishing in-house centres that facilitate international research exposure through foreign collaborations and guidance can be a boon to student researchers in India. With IISER TVM entering into its 14th year since its inception, it’s on the course of an accelerated academic expansion. In addition to new faculty recruitments, launching of new academic programs, creation of Centres for focused research activities, development of new Schools, etc. are hot pursuits of the institute. Students enrolled in CAMRIE are envisaged to be trained by both Indian and International scientists jointly. More flexibility in research is necessary for better outcomes at present. The Centre is surmised to pave the way for highly interdisciplinary academic conversations, which widen the perspective of science to conduct quality research on problems thatrepresent global challenges.