A pioneering centre for people with autism, The Chitra Sethia Autism Centre, Cambridge, will provide a lasting legacy to the autism community. Thanks to a generous donation from the N Sethia Foundation, Cambridgeshire & Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT), The National Autistic Society (NAS) and the Autism Research Trust (ART) jointly provide a variety of […]
The N Sethia Foundation has ventured into medical research and specialised training by providing financial support to establish the Chitra Sethia Centre for Robotics & Minimal Access Surgery at University College London Hospital. The Chitra Sethia Centre for Robotics & Minimal Access Surgery strives to: Provide specialized training to healthcare professionals Develop cutting edge technologies […]
The Chitra Nirmal Sethia Surgical Technology Hub forms part of the impressive Surgical Innovation Centre at St.Mary’s Hospital, part of Imperial College, London. Formally opened by HRH The Prince of Wales in January 2015, the centre is at the forefront of technological innovation in surgery, benefitting patients with the latest developments in surgical technique and […]
The UCL Institute of Immunity and Transplantation (IIT) is an internationally renowned centre of excellence based at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, London. The most significant building development at the hospital in 40 years, the centre’s first phase was opened in June 2013 and a new state-of-the-art research facility, the Pears Building, was completed […]
The Chitra Collection is an extraordinary private museum of historic teawares. In 2011 Nirmal Sethia, who is also the Chairman of the luxury tea company, Newby Teas, set himself the task of acquiring the world’s greatest collection of teawares to record and preserve tea cultures of the past. Today, the collection, named in honour of […]
The V&A’s recently restored and renovated Cast Courts are the only public galleries in the museum to display the same collection of objects as when they originally opened in 1873. Collecting plaster cast reproductions and electrotypes of works of art was at its height around this time, and the South Kensington Museum, as the V&A was then named, assembled an impressive collection of casts of important European monuments in London, at a time when few could travel to see them in situ.