NSIT Western Dance Crew

NSIT Western Dance Crew

Western dancing is informal, relaxed, simple, casual, without affection, which does not mean so casual as to be sloppy.Country/Western dancing emphasizes smoothness on the dance floor.
With increasing number of enthusiasts of western dancers has led to commencement of new trend in NSIT.
The platform for the Dancers of NSIT, and other dancing enthusiasts on campus.
Join us and spread dancing fever in all over NSIT.

  • Ravi Gupta +91 9971 648 463
  • Shifali Gupta +91 9999 507 650

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Bhaṅgṛā ((Shahmukhi)) is a form of dance that originated in the Punjab region. The folk dance has been popularised in the Western world by Punjabi musicians and is seen in the West as an expression of South Asian culture as a whole. Today, Bhangra dance survives in different forms and styles all over the globe – including pop music, film soundtracks, collegiate competitions and cultural shows.

With incrementation of bhanghra lovers and enthusiasts in NSIT,an initiative has been undertaken to launch the NSIT bhangra society which will primarily be based for those NSITians who enjoy and know (or want to do) this form of dance or would like to perform it at various fests of the college by being a member of the NSIT bhangra society.

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‘Ashwamedha’ NSIT Theatre

‘Ashwamedha’ NSIT Theatre


NSIT’s Dramatics society,a mix of creative, imaginative expressive and enthusiastic members from all the four years. It gives them not only an avenue to access and appreciate theatre, but also a chance to take part in college productions both on and off stage. They have experimented with different genres in theatre right from comedies to serious issues to social dramas. Breaking away from the clichéd methods, they are known to present ideas in a satirical, humorous and a hard-hitting manner.


    Stage plays are created both by fresh scripting as well as adapting, translating or reproducing legendary plays.
    Street theatre is aimed at bringing  achange in the society, and being the change in the society. Street plays are produced after elaborate research, discussion and debates on the topic, followed by writing the story as well the musical parodies.

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  • Vivek Sehrawat-8588003808
  • Arush Chaddha-9015415494
  • Bishwajeet Kumar- 9650073739



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(An Autonomous Institution of Govt.of NCT of Delhi)

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