“Kindle the entrepreneur in you”
The objectives of the E-Cell at The NorthCap University, Gurugram, are :
- To shape the entrepreneurial attitudes of the students across the university.
- To provide possible support/hand-holding to the potential student entrepreneurs i.e. students with entrepreneurial intent
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Details of Events organised:
- Entre Thrust (July-Nov, 2017)
- Entre Thrust Event
- Journey of Jugnoo by Mr Zorawer Singh, 28 February 2017
- Journey of an Entrepreneur Session – Mr Amit Chaudhary, Co-founder and COO, Lenskart (16th March, 2016).
- Essay writing competition on “Youth and Entrepreneurship: Opportunity or Risk”) held on 2nd March, 2016.
- EntreMela – Entrepreneurial Extempore, The Power Point Fight, Fun events related to the entrepreneurial world (27th to 29th Jan, 2016)
- Journey of an Entrepreneur Session – Mr Annurag Batra is the Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Businessworld (17th April, 2015)
- Parichay – The launch of the E-Cell (2nd March, 2015)
Synergy club of the school of management organized the Advertisement making competition named as the ‘AD- MAD SHOW’ on 8th February 2018 to showcase their creativity in Marketing products & services and also their acting talent. Its objective is to acquaint the students about promotional strategies in marketing through advertisements. It comprises of a humorous & conceptual Ad presentation by the students where students in teams are provided an innovative product that is not yet launched in the market and they are expected to present an Ad of maximum 1 minute.
Synergy club of the school of management organized a ‘case study analysis competition’ on 13th February 2018 to help students apply the learning in the classroom to an actual business challenge.
Synergy club of the School of Management organized “Creativity Festival” on April 12, 2018 wherein students were able to showcase their creativity through three competitions: Face Painting, Poster making and collage making, on the Theme: Make in India.
Rotaract, the youth wing of Rotary International, is a service club for young men and women ages between 18 and 30 who are dedicated to community and international service. Its membership totals over 184,000 in more than 8,000 clubs worldwide. Rotaract clubs are self-governing and self-supporting and can be either university- or community-based. Individual Rotary clubs sponsor Rotaract clubs and offer guidance and support, making the Rotaract clubs true “partners in service” and key members of the family of Rotary. Rotaract provides opportunity for young persons in developing their professional and leadership skills, addressing the needs and concerns of the society through continuous engagements as well as specific programs.
Presently, Rotaract NCU Club boasts of over 100 Rotaractors from all three schools of the university. There is a Board of 10 students with Ms. Shreya Gupta, President Rotaractor and Ms. Tashi Vaish, Secretary Rotaractor at the helm of the affairs. Mr. Subhradipta Sarkar, Assistant Professor (Sr. Scale), School of Law, NCU, is the Faculty Advisor for the club.
From the students’ perspective, such an initiative enhances their social outreach and makes an impact in the society. Besides, emphasizing on the respect for the rights of others, such an association also helps them in enhancing their knowledge and skills which would be helpful in personal development, addressing the physical and social needs of their communities, and promoting better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.
Recreation is a means for students to release and relax. Recreational activity provides both physical and mental balance. This balance allows students to take chances and grow. Students will learn to push their own physical barriers and become stronger individuals while discovering their personal potential. By constantly raising the bar, students learn new skills and understand that they can always progress with constant determination.
Trips and Trekking expedition organised in last year:
Trip to Goa Dec 2017:
A Trip to Goa has been organised by the recreational club of The NorthCap University, Gurgaon from 12th to 18th Dec 2017. Students from different schools from university participated in this recreational trip.
Trip to Manali 2018:
NCU Recreation Club organised its 5th trip to Manali for the students of engineering, school of law and school of management. 21 students from different schools have joined us on this strip.
Trek to Kasol and Kheerganga:
Trekkers of NCU club is organised its Third Trekking expedition to Kasol and Kheerganga from 28-31st March 2018. Faculty, staff, students and alumni have joined us in this trekking expedition. We trekked 42 kilometers in 3 days.
Art and Music have always been an integral part of the academic pursuit at the NorthCap University. Apart from various value-added programmes, the University has been proactive in facilitating extra-curricular activities for the students to recognise and hone their skills in the areas of art and music. ‘Encore’, the Music Society of the University is one of such platforms created to give an opportunity to the students to learn music and excel in whatever field of music they are interested in. The society promotes music in all the best possible ways starting from the basic knowledge to innovations leading to betterment of a student’s intellect, discipline, emotional quotient and the expression of one’s identity and personality. The society is involved in imparting training on vocal and instrumental music. Under the supervision of a faculty of Music, the society has been actively involved in various activities of the University. The members of the society have been giving excellent performance in the cultural events as well as events organized by external agencies. The members have also successfully taken part in cultural fests of other universities to bring laurels to their home institution.
Every year, new students register themselves with the Society to explore their talent ranging from Singing to Rapping, playing Harmonium to guitar and Tabla to Drums. The society also ensures to rejuvenate the students and teachers from their hectic curriculum.
NCU organized a cultural programme “A Colorful Canvas: Cultural Extravaganza” on 23rd February 2018. The aim of the event was to bring together different cultures of various parts of our country under one roof in order to highlight diversity of India. As every other occasion in India, this program, too, started with Ganesh Vandana, followed by a vote of thanks by Dr. Sushmita Waraich. She welcomed the parents, faculty members and the students to the event highlighting the importance of such cultural events. She pointed out that today, youngsters try to blindly follow western culture without any knowledge about their own culture. This was also supported by the Pro Chancellor, Prof. Prem Vrat, who, while addressing the audience, encouraged the team for the initiative, and suggested that such events should take place in the future as well. After the inauguration ceremony, the performances of the students commenced. This two hour event comprised of folk dances by students from Haryana, Rajasthan, Assam, Punjab, Kerala, Odisha and Gujarat. Not only students, but the faculty members too actively participated in the event. Mr. Aroop Goswamy sang the well-known ghazal ‘Chandi Jaisa Rang Hai Tera’ in his melodious voice, while Ms. Archana Sarma mesmerized the crowd with the folk songs of Assam and West Bengal. The event was coordinated by Dr. Sushmita Waraich and Dr. Saumya Dixit.
Abhimanch Theater society the dramatics society of The northcap university is a miniature of life ! What started in the year 2011 . Founded by three extremely talented troupers Akash tyagi , Nikhil malhotra and Gagan oberoi . Over 100 members have joined them to experience and relish the art form . The society has put up great stage plays in order to manifest the indian culture and day to day simple but unnoticed circumstances and happenings of ones life . The society has always been under the guidance of proficient leaders Mayank jain , Kushagra sharma and currently Shashi suman . They have done more than 10 stage plays and performed more than 10 street plays. SHORTS , Tarkash , Court martial are some of the renounced stage plays by the society.