MUN CORNER

7 – SMUN 18′

COMMITTEE: DISEC

AGENDA: The Yemen Crisis

COUNTRY: Senegal

VENUE: Sanskriti School, Delhi

AWARD: OUTSTANDING DELEGATE


6 – U&MUN 18′

COMMITTEE: UNSC (United Nations Security Council)

AGENDA: The South China Sea

COUNTRY: Russian Federation

VENUE: JPIS, Jaipur

AWARD: OUTSTANDING DELEGATE

 


5 – WIMUN 18′

COMMITTEE: Sixth High School General Assembly

AGENDA: Women and Child Rights

COUNTRY: Bolivia

VENUE: The United Nations, New York

AWARD: BEST DELEGATE


4 – JPHSMUN 17′

COMMITTEE: UNSC (United Nations Security Council)

AGENDA: SELF-DETERMINATION

COUNTRY: ITALY

VENUE: JPHS, JAIPUR

AWARD: SPECIAL MENTION


3 – U&MUN 17′

COMMITTEE: UNHSC (Historic Security Council)

AGENDA: THE SUEZ CRISIS

COUNTRY: FRANCE

VENUE: JPIS, JAIPUR

AWARD: OUTSTANDING DELEGATE

This was the first time the executive board was executed me, they tried to obliterate me, roast me, hurt me, damage me and harm me and I had to withstand it, along with Britain.

There were 13 crises in committee, and 11 of them were directed against me. Never ever will I face such immense odds.


2 – HMUN 17′

COMMITTEE: SOCHUM

AGENDA: MISSING CHILDREN

COUNTRY: INDONESIA

VENUE: HICC, HYDERABAD

AWARD: NONE

Firstly, HMUN is the biggest MUN in India, and perhaps one of the best in the world too. The level of debate is as high as it can get, as they say, “The sky’s the limit.” The experience at HMUN was well, fantastic but in reality, it was tough, I was in a GA, and in HMUN, committees have almost maximum attendance, my committee had an attendance of 191 out of 193. Recognition was pretty hard, and in the end, I spoke for only 300 seconds in total in a grand sum of 20 hours, it was frustrating.

Unmoderated Caucuses were the holy grail, and they were pretty tough too. For a first-timer, I did pretty well. I made a bloc of about 20 people for starters, then merged it with another bloc, so I then had 40 delegates in my bloc. Then, due to the law of Bloc Expansion, our bloc size increased to 55 delegates before the delegate of Israel committed a mistake so grave that it was the main factor behind me losing power and not winning anything. She went over to a Bishop Cottins delegate, who had a bloc of 30 delegates and gave him our draft resolution in a pen drive(Yes, BISHOP COTTINS delegate!!!). With this, our bloc merged, he gradually pushed me out of power and his bloc members took over our bloc. With lack of power, I had no say in decisions whatsoever now. The Cottins delegate then merged with another giant bloc. In the end, our bloc size was 115 delegates. it was pretty irritating, being a sponsor but one without any power or say, pretty ironic too.


1 – SFHS MUN 17′

COMMITTEE: NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation)

AGENDA: MILITARY POLICIES WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON THE CRIMEAN CRISIS

COUNTRY: SPAIN

VENUE: SFHS, CHANDIGARH

AWARD: SPECIAL MENTION

MUNs are tough, especially first MUNs, and this one was no less. The level of debate was pretty good for a first-timer, and I could feel the weight of the expectations from me. This MUN can perhaps be the most memorable MUN of my life, it brought out my MUN skills in a way no other MUN can do. After the first session, I had gotten the hang of things and then I just went bang, speaking aggressively against people left and right, speaking up to six times in moderated caucuses and leading the committee. My downfall came when the crisis director introduced a crisis, and I violated my foreign policy by going against France. Everyone in the committee roasted me, I had no chance left.

In the end, I thought I deserved Outstanding Delegate.