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Meljol 1.0

author: Gaurav Khandelwal | 15 Apr 2020

Meljol 1.0


Meljol was a mega event and such big events need a lot of hard work and sweat to be successful. In addition to this, strong communication and coordination among all the staff/crew members is also a principal factor for the proper working of any major event. The last raw material for the success of such a big event is the experience of the members or chief of any organization. The experience of the members also plays a huge role in making any event successful.


All these factors are the key for successfully organizing any mega-event, and AU Foundation’s organizing committee holds that key.


Presence of Ms. Kriti on the registration desk was making the event charming as she was cordially welcoming everyone with her smiling face. Along with briefing about every major and minor detail, she was also instructing them about the schedule of the event in a very wonderful way.


Then moving onto the crispy part, a perfect introduction was given by Mr. Peeyush about the importance of the Meljol 1.0, where he had precisely covered all the important aspects of the event and gave briefings about AU Foundation.


Then moving onto the crispy part, a perfect introduction was given by Mr. Peeyush about the importance of the Meljol 1.0, where he had precisely covered all the important aspects of the event and gave briefings about AU Foundation.


The synchronized work between Ms. Mohita and her team members holds the audience in such a way, that they were enjoying the event to utmost.


Mr. Pawan, what to call him, the Saathi or Saarthi, when he came on the stage, he alone was enough to acquire everyone’s attention from time to time through his influential voice. The use of regular words of Hindi in such a beautiful manner was indeed impressive.


How a work can be precisely done that too without being in the limelight, nobody can prove us better than Mr. Shubham. He managed the backstage really well.


One can easily learn how to gather appreciation by Mr. Amit, who has explained the concept of collective effort very well. If the clapping is done on the random basis, it becomes a noise, but if it is in synchronous manner then it creates a ripple effect.


No matter how wonderful or interesting any story is, if the storyteller is inexperienced the audience won’t get attracted towards it. But Ms. Garima had fully justified the importance of storytelling and explained about easily accessible social media platforms for effective communication about the good and noble work that NGOs do.


‘Theatre on Wheels’- such a thrilling idea, we can’t even think of it but Mr. Arvind Tungaria has not only thought of it but implemented it successfully. What a beautiful mind he has, we must appreciate.


The core of any event is the head of the panel, which is important as he listens to every single idea or takes part in the conversations of the co panellists. They had truly identified the four ways of giving that are 1. Cash 2. Kind 3. Time (emerging) 4. Skill. As this sector needs the respective talent and expertise of professionals who are already adding value through their experience in their corporate career.


The session on ISR was spellbound enough to enact everyone present there. The passion for nurturing and enhancing this potential notion of ISR was really reflective. As described earlier, there are a number of examples of various individuals who are already practicing ISR in their own personal capacity, as Mr Tungaria. There is a much need of the hour to built this power of collective action and institutionalize this concept through AU Foundation.


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