He was the recipient of seven Honorary Doctorate degrees from various British universities including Warwick and the University of East London. He also held the position of Chancellor of the University of East London.
Lord Noon won various business awards for British and Asian community and charitable services, and contributed immensely in the field of education and health. He built a charitable hospital in his home town Rajasthan in India and was a trustee to numerous charities. He was Chairman of the Noon Foundation which supported a wide range of causes both nationally and internationally including the Princes Trust, CARE International UK, the University of East London, Birkbeck College and Oxford University’s Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies.
Over the year Lord Noon did many charitable works in this hometown of Bhawani Mandi Rajasthan and also in other area within India. He was proud of Noon Hospital and Research Centre in Bhawani Mandi, Rajasthan with a vision for excellence in medial care. Noon Hospital was inaugurated on April 4, 2008 by honorable Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Smt. Vasundhara Raje. This 100 bedded Hospital boasts a wide range of facilities such as state of the art diagnostics and laboratory facilities, three operation theatres, pharmacy, staff residence, laundry, canteen and recreation room. The Hospital is free for people who are below the poverty line. A corpus fund was created separately to facilitate such activities.