To observe theÂ NationalÂ VigilanceÂ Week, a âNukkad-Natakâ activity was organized forÂ ABSÂ PDGM students onÂ 30th, October 2018Â in which students participated actively and wholeheartedly. TwoÂ Nukkad-Natakâs were performed by the students to portray the sprawling roots of corruption in the society. There were 33 students across the two performances. Moreover, as any event is the consequence of proper planning, team-spirit and effective coordination. To organise the event team of 12 students took the initiative for looking after the event location as well as the perfect execution.
Preparing a street play on such a controversial topic was a mammoth task. As we know thatÂ dramaÂ is an attractive mode of communication where the character quickly connects to the audience. The performances were perfectly casted to justify the theme by demonstrating corruption at different levels and the subsequent consequences. The students, all of whom were playing characters for the accused and victims of corruption, aptly played out their parts. One could see the agony on their faces.
It was winded up with a take-away message of âFight Against Corruption and BeingÂ Vigilantâ. TheÂ Natakâs were filled with humorous yet meaningful scenes and attracted all kinds of people. The way students had interpreted the current scenario was really commendable as it made everyone to carry an impeccable impression.
To be continually potent, event coordinators concluded the event with an Oath ceremony âEradicate Corruption & Build a New Indiaâ so as to have a corruption free India. Their thought process had a belief that it will eventually improve the common manâs faith in the system and will make him the integral part of society.
And together the citizens of the country with an honest and definite, deliberate effort âwe can change, what all is required to remove the unethical practices in societyâ.