Incubation and Assistance Centre

The Centre is created with a purpose to develop interest in young minds to hone their skills and innovative ideas into practical business start-ups. The Centre provides assistance through expert mentos, facilities for new start-ups to succeed in different fields like creative fine arts, building designing, economics and accountancy. It is a unique combination of business establishment processes with infrastructure and people, designed to care for new and small businesses by helping them to survive and grow through the difficult and vulnerable early stages of development. The Incubation and Assistance Centre also help the students in establishing their own business by providing them coaching, management and training. Students would find opportunity from one platform to enhance their knowledge and skill with a positive attitude to approach business challenges.

Some common services provided by the “Incubation and Assistance Centre” are Workspace, Consultancy, Coaching Classes, Mentoring Assistance, Accounting / Financial Management Access, Comprehensive Business Training Programs, Comprehensive Creative Fine Arts, Training Programs and Building Designing.

Syed H. Zahid Jamal

Donate US

Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences

Abu Ali Ibn Sina is a well-known personality among the physicians of Unani medicine and scientists of physical sciences since medieval times. To commemorate and to institutionalize an academy named after him, Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine & Sciences was founded on March 1, 2000. The Academy has been registered under Indian Trusts Act, 1882 and was formally inaugurated on April 20, 2001. Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India gave accreditation to the academy in 2004 and promoted it as ‘Centre of Excellence’ in 2008. The Academy is now a non-governmental, non-political and non-profit organization with multiple aims and objectives.

Upcoming Events

Conference on Ibn Sina (25-27 October 2021)

International Conference on Ibn Sina (25-27 October 2021)