The NorthCap University, Gurugram, takes the pride of being the nodal centre for SPIC MACAY activities in Gurugram. The Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Amongst Youth (SPIC MACAY) is a movement that promotes Indian classical music, classical dance, and other aspects of Indian culture amongst students. NCU, apart from aspiring for academic excellence, has always been promoting the values and wisdom embodied in the Indian heritage amongst the youth, with a hope that these will influence their way of life and inspire them to become a better human being.
On 28 September 2016, the University invited Haji Mohd. Idris and Mohd. Ilyas, popularly known as The Qutbi Brothers, one of the most significant Qawwali artists in the contemporary Indian music scene. The Qutbi Brothers presented many melodious and popular qawwalis engrossing the audience completely. The students, faculty and staff of the University present during the concert were overwhelmed by the heart-touching performance of the artists. Through the performance and interaction with renowned artists, the audience was privileged to understand and appreciate some of the intricacies of our classical music. The students were enthralled by the beauty of qawwalis and joined the eminent singers by clapping to their tunes.