Welcome To Incubation Center


Atal Incubation Centre (AIC) set up at AIC-ADT BARAMATI FOUNDATION with the support of Atal Innovation Mission NITI Aayog with the aim of serving as an active catalyst for the development of promising entrepreneurs. It is a step to assist budding entrepreneurs in their start up journey and eventually create jobs and promote innovation ecosystem in rural area like Baramati.


Area of Focus



AIC-ADT BARAMATI FOUNDATIONis sector agnostic with regards to incubation of entrepreneurs. But considering the high quality R&D infrastructure and expert faculty in areas of Agriculture, Engineering, Pharmacy, Science and Business Management available at ADT Baramati, AIC-ADT BARAMATI FOUNDATION Incubation Centre will focus on supporting entrepreneurs and Start-ups in the following domains in the early stages of establishment:


Healthcare & Pharma

Information Technology

Manufacturing & Engineering

Other Areas of Social & National Importance

We Offering

To Create World Class, Self-Sustaining Business Incubation Facility & Innovation Ecosystem that will Nurture Knowledge-based, Technologically Differentiated, Socially Relevant Ventures Creating Economic Impact on People in the Region, State & Nation at Large.Promoting entrepreneurship among agricultural graduates, young entrepreneurs, rural youths and farmer community is central to the vision of AIC-ADT BARAMATI FOUNDATION

AIC-ADT BARAMATI FOUNDATION is located at the Agricultural Development Trust,Baramati(Host Institute) having 110 acres of land and will have access to Institutes’ wifi-enabled infrastructure like classrooms with LCD projectors, technical labs, seminar halls, conference rooms, board rooms, computer labs, library, cafeteria, vehicle parking and other facilities.

The Centre aims to be a common platform for the students and faculties of the educational institutes and its underneathsister institutes, individuals and established entrepreneurs to hone the necessary skills of market research, study of economic demands and accordingly shape the ideas to a marketable product; essentially, to the people of rural communities and farmers.