Real-world data is often partial, uncertain, or incomplete. Decision making based on data as such can be addressed by fuzzy sets and related systems. This article studies the intuitionistic multi-fuzzy sub-near rings and Intuitionistic multi-fuzzy ideals of near rings. It presents some of the elementary operations and relations defined on these structures. The concept of level subsets and support of the Intuitionistic multi-fuzzy sub-near ring is also presented. It looks into and demonstrated a few characteristics of intuitionistic multi-fuzzy near-rings and ideals. This research advances fuzzy set theory, which is often applied to problems involving pattern recognition and multiple criterion decision-making. Thus, the results may be beneficial to artificial intelligence related research. Alternatively, the intuitionistic multi-fuzzy approach may be applied to vector spaces and modules or extended to inter-valued fuzzy systems.