Model United Nations is an academic activity in which students can learn and debate about international relations, diplomacy and the United Nations itself. Model united nation (MUN) aims at teaching participants’ dialogue, discussion, debates, and writing skills, as well as critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities. Allowing students to develop deeper understanding into current world issues. Members in Model United Nations conferences, known as representatives, are set in boards and allocated nations
to speak on behalf of, or even different associations or political figures, where they speak to and on behalf of individuals from that body. They are given their assignments ahead of time, alongside a topic that their committee will discuss about.
Representatives (students) research before meetings and define positions that they will then discuss with their individual delegates in the committee, remaining consistent with the real position of the Country or Personality they speak on behalf of. Towards the
finish, the best-performing delegates in every committee are awarded with various titles and shields.
Model UN participants include students at high school, and college/university levels, with most conferences catering to just one of these two. Delegates usually attend conferences together as delegations sent by their respective schools or universities,though some delegates attend conferences independently.
Opening 2pm-3pm in classes
Global village 3:30-4:30 in cs lawn
Debate session 4:45-6 in classes
Debating sessions 9-5:30 in classes
Debating sessions 9-5 in classes
Closing (in class/audi) & Dinner (in cs lawn) 5:30-6:30
*Final Fee Structure:*
1- Team -> Initial = 2000 & 800 for every additional (min:2 & max:6)
2- Individual = 1500
3- Observer = 1000/day
"All of these candidates would be given CONCERT TICKETS"
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Event Head Details
Hamza Ali (Head) 0307-8090422