Nukkad Natak at a Great India Palace, Noida and Gardenia Mall

Nukkad Natak is a drama performed on streets to create social awareness about many burning topics like family planning, girls’ education and child labour. With a view to raise awareness about the social issues mentioned above, PGDM students of Accurate Group of Institutions had staged Nukkad Natak at a Great India Palace, Noida and Gardenia Mall, Noida on 24th January 2020 and at Omaxe Mall on 25th January 2020 on the occasion of National Girl’s Child Day to highlight about “how being educated we still living in the umbrella of Gender biasness” as was our Nukkad Natak called “COMPROMISE”.
The purpose of the activity was fulfilled as the participants were successful in making the audience aware of the need to eradicate gender biasness from family, home, work, society and save the girls, women from the clutches of the demon called “inequality”.
In a typical street play style, the young performers moved in a circle clapping their hands before turning to the audience. They performed scenes that depicted the general attitude of people towards the female balance of the society and how the society behaves if anything worse happened to this balance. The actors then addressed the audience and persuaded them to be responsible citizens and protect “the Girl”. The event of Nukkad Natak was a showcase with a lot of enthusiasm and exuberance.
The “TOLI of ACCURATE” was highly applauded by the crowd, management of the complexes for leaving an indelible mark on the minds of the audience through their flawless performance.
Not only had this but our students also got to know the importance of common language to communicate to the masses. Although it seemed like a tough task, our students performed it beautifully and with grace. This unique exposure enlightened them on aspects of self-reliance and teamwork.
We are very thankful to our Chairperson Ms. Poonam Sharma, Director General (PGDM), Dr. Saroj Kumar Datta that how the initiate us to communicate masses about what is going wrong around us with this aid of activity.

Business Conference on Business World Techtors

“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”On 23rd January 2020, we the students of PGDM (19/21) of Accurate Institute of Management and Technology got a golden opportunity to go for a business conference which was held in The Imperial Hotel in Connaught Place, New Delhi.The conference begun at 12:30 P.M. by welcoming Dr. Annurag Batra, Chairman and Editor in Chief BW Business World and exchange4media group to address us with Tech Crystal Gazing: Trends to Watch Out for.After that, Rohit Bhayana, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Lummis Partners shared is views on Gearing Up for 2020s How Entrepreneurs, Startups and Investors of Tomorrow can be Future Fit.Then there was a panel discussion on Balancing Human and Artificial Intelligence (AI augments HI but there can pitfalls in being enamored with tech – how to create a right balance) among Kaushlendra Singh Sengar, Head of India, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers; Rasik Pansare, Co-Founder and CMO, Getmypacking; Sahil Sheth, Founder and CEO, Lido Learning and Trishneet Arora, Founder and CEO, TAC Security.Next we had words of Ashish Bhutani, Managing Director of Bhutani Group on Technology in Real Estate; then there was panel discussion between Vivek Tiwari, Founder and CEO, MedikaBazaar; Bhanu Chopra, Founder and Chairman, RateGain; Prashant Pitti, Co-Founder and ED, EaseMyTrip.com; Rajnish Kumar, Co-Founder and CTO, Ixigo; Sachin Haritash, Founder and CEO, Mavyn; Satya Prabhakar, Founder and CEO, Sulekha on topic How AI/ML are Shaping Next-Gen Products.After wards, Tej Kapoor, Managing Director and Head, Fosun RZ Capital India addressed us with Funding Tech-led Startup: Things to look out for; then we have Sanjeev Aggarwal, Founder and Senior Managing Director, Helion Venture for How Do Companies go from one to 10 and after that Nikhil Vora, Founder and CEO, Sixth Sense Ventures addressed us with Innovation vs. Disruption.At last there was a session in which Dr. Annurag Batra, Nikhil Vora, Sanjeev Aggarwal and Tej Kapoor had discussion on Winning in A Tech Disrupted Age.It was really a great learning, we had learnt much about the corporate world that how we can start our business and how startup can go to high position, what are the next 5 years plans of the company.