A Model United Nations Conference(MUN) is a simulation of international committees wherein national and international issues are tackled and talked about by students each of whom represents a country in the conference. MUN helps students develop their verbal and written English. It also improves debating, public-speaking and problem-solving skills. MUN conferences raise the youth's awareness of global problems and introduce them to people from different backgrounds. Another aim of MUN is to encourage students to share different views and try to understand these views.
JECRC holds credit of organizing the first MUN in Jaipur, inaugurated by Shri. Kul Bhushan Kothari, renowned educationist, in March 2012. This is going to be the fourth venture in the same path to bring in more awareness of MUNs and their emphasis to help people cultivate in them the art of leadership and negotiation.
Exploring ethnic diversities and socities that are ever so different from ours always brings revelations. It is in unveiling this human story, we find compassion and feel connected with the rest of humanity.
Part of being a delegate in an MUN often involves looking at the situation inside out, from the perspective of the nations. This requires analyzing the problems faced by the natives and identifying the obstacles development in the region faces.
What follows a Model UN Conference(usually) is a resolution, that details the modus operandi of the solution that has been put forward by the member states.
- Divyanshi Sharma (+919549634423)
- Chaitanaya Sethi (+918890860033)
- Mukul Mathur
- Jayesh Vanjani
- Harshita Jain
- Harsh Yadav
- Shubham Sharma
- Shivansh Ahuja
- Anukriti Vijayavargia
- Komal Singh Pahwa
- Lokesh Devnani
There are 4 committees in JECRC Model United Nations. Your participation is awaited.
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