National Institute Of Technology,Kurukshetra

SPICMACAY

SPICMACAY (Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Amongst Youth) is a non-political nationwide voluntary movement that organizes programs of classical music and dance, folk arts, crafts, yoga, classic cinema screenings and much more inside the schools and colleges throughout the world to make students more aware about the Indian and world heritage. It was founded by a renowned professor of IIT Delhi, Dr. Kiran Seth in 1977.

SPICMACAY in NIT Kurukshetra, is an official club which provides a great platform for all the talented performers. The club is not just an exquisite platform to showcase the talent but also an opportunity to grow and learn from other fellow performers and enhance their pre-acquired skills. It also organizes various workshops where famous and approachable artists are invited to learn more and improve.

 

The Team of SPICMACAY at NIT Kurukshetra

Faculty:

  1. Prof. Mahesh Aeidapu (Faculty In-charge SPICMACAY Club)
  2. Prof. Karan Sharma

Students:

Sr.

Name

Contact No.

Email Id

1

Anupriya Gupta

7206539267

anupriyagupta9596@gmail.com

2

Nalin Agarwal

9728430593

nagrawal327@gmail.com

3

Himanshu Gambhir

9971594360

himanshugambhir@outlook.com

4

Harmanjot Singh

9780880893

harmansingh3001@gmail.com

5

Lakshay Makkar

8059705375

lakshaymakkar1997@gmail.com

6

Aastha Chawla

9996337132

aasthachawla1997@gmail.com

7

Anahita Garg

9416205180

anahitagarg98@gmail.com

8

Hardik Sachdeva

9996531501

hardiksachdeva98@gmail.com

9

Eshan Pratim Mishra

8901215426

ep.mishra10@gmail.com

10

Harshit Singhal

8923710404

harshsinghal97@ gmail.com

 

Many SPICMACAY artists have showcased their knowledge and skills in our college in the past years. Some of them are

  1. Ms. Geeta Mahalik – Odissi (2012)
  2. Ms. Monisa Nayak – Kathak (2012)
  3. Padmabhushan Dr Guru Saroja Vaidyanatha – Bharatanatyam (2013)
  4. Ms. Kavita Dwibedi - Odissi (2013)
  5. Padmashree Dr Kiran Seth - Founder of SPICMACAY (2014)
  6. Padmashree Guru Singhajit Singh - Manipuri (2014)
  7. Ms. Charu Sija Mathur - Manipuri (2014)
  8. Shankar brothers - Shehnai vadak (2014)
  9. Ms. Sonia Sharma - TV and Film artist (2015)
  10. Ustad Mujtaba Hussain - Flute (2015)
  11. Ms. Mahua Mukherjee - Vocalist (2015)
  12. Ms. Moumaia Nayak - Kathak (2016)
  13. Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt - Mohan Veena (2017)

 

Apart from this SPICMACAY has organized and been a part of many events and workshops namely

  • Performances for Independence day, Republic day, Women’s day, Unity day and Inaugurations for various fests
  • Workshop on music, dance and drama
  • Organised a workshop conducted by some devotees of LORD KRISHNA, from ISKON. They chanted many success mantras throughout and motivated youngsters for promoting work responsibilities and entrepreneurship

Event organized by SPICMACAY for Talent Show

  • NIT’s Got Talent- an approach to bring out an amalgam of all the new and unique talents

 

The club has its own you tube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCav3u4EWFKY_LdXfI2QVomg

Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/spicmacaynitkkr/.

The Facebook page is updated with all the regular events of the club.

Some of the Performances given by our students on various occasions:

SPICMACAY performs on inauguration of various fests. This is the performance (a combination of Sri Lanka’s folk dance, classical, lavani, bollywood and bhangra all in one go) on inauguration of talent show.

SPICMACAY also gave a performance in NIT’s market during ‘utkarsh’ fest, where many melodious voices mesmerized the audience.

A member of Spicmacay playing drums during utkarsh fest in NIT’s market.

Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt during Inauguration of Confluence’17

Performance on inauguration of annual technical fest of the college.

Instrumental performance.

Performance on inauguration of Confluence 2017.

 

Members of SPICMACAY performing on Independence day and Republic Day.

 

NIT Kurukshetra is one of the premier technical institutes of the country. Founded in 1963 as Regional Engineering College Kurukshetra, the institute was rechristened as National Institute of Technology on June 26, 2002.