Indian-American philanthropist and investor Frank Islam is expecting that the $2 million management school that was set up by him at his Alma matter, i.e., Aligarh Muslim University will transform into an incubator for leaders in India. Frank Islam expressed that such leaders will emerge from AMU who will make India and the world a better place.
In February 2017, Frank Islam played a significant role in dedicating 'The Frank and Debbie Islam Management Complex' at Aligarh Muslim University. On that occasion, he revealed that it was his vision to set up the management complex and was of the opinion that it will be a place for sharing knowledge and information.
He further added that the complex would be a place where students and teachers collaborate and work on innovative projects. In simple terms, 'The Frank and Debbie Islam Management Complex' will be an educational empowerment zone.
Mr. Frank Islam indicated that the collaboration between teachers and students would help the students to develop requisite knowledge and skills. The students will be able to realize their dreams through this collaboration. He further explained that he would play a significant role in consolidating the people-to-people ties between Indian and United States. The education needs of minorities and economically backward sections will be addressed.
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He indicated that he would focus on the support and development of new entrepreneurs by making connections between investors and American businesses and those who are interested in starting new businesses.
Finally, he hoped that the administration of Trump in the US would strengthen, broaden and deepen their engagement with India.