We have said before that WMF does not generally share its legal contracts with partners, and that the CIS MoU will not be shared by us. This has not changed.
I am willing to answer any specific questions about the relationship with CIS, as I have been, both in the current conversation and in previous ones. That said, I would urge you to focus on providing the clearest and most insightful input on CIS's concrete proposal, to assist the FDC in its deliberations.
Pranav: your comment about the prettiness of the report is a straw-man. No one has brought it up in the first place; what's more, in all the WMF's grant program history, you will not find a single instance where we have complained about a grant report's prettiness or lack thereof. This is, and always has been, a complete non-issue.
Ravi: CIS's three-year commitment to the Goa university is indeed a risk. Some Wikimedia organizations have taken similar risks with their own local partners. In a way, this is hard to avoid, with the structure of our funding system, where funding is given in single-year allocations.