MUN in CMS discusses global issues threadbare


Lucknow: Over 400 students from various cities of the country including Lucknow, Kanpur, Raibareily, Bhilwara, Jabalpur and Ooty, participated in the second and concluding day of the Model United Nations (MUN) conference organized by City Montessori School, Rajajipuram Campus I, at the school premises today. Leaving the mark of their versatility and effective speaking skills, these students from across the country deliberated upon various burning global issues urgently and exhibited that the future generation is seriously concerned about the changing world conditions and can solve the world’s problems with a positive outlook.

Under the Model United Nations Conference, seven committees of students representing different committees of the United Nations were formed on the lines of the General Assembly of the United Nations. Under the United Nations Human Rights Council, a serious discussion was held on human rights, in which students openly expressed their views on issues like economic inequality, gender discrimination etc. and stressed that human rights violations can be reported properly. The United Nations Security Council Committee discussed further enhancing the role of the United Nations. At the same time, the students in the committee named ‘The International Press’ deliberated on the adequacy of reporting on photography and videography and played thea role of the international or national press with great responsibility. Similarly, discussions were held on different agendas in various committees like the Economic and Financial Affairs Council, the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change etc.

A grand valedictory session of MUN-2024 was held in the evening. The Chief Guest, Siddharth Rajhans, a Harvard graduate entrepreneur and researcher working in Silicon Valley, USA, inaugurated the closing ceremony. In his address delivered on the occasion,  Siddharth Rajhans said that such events contribute to the overall personality development of the students and make them socially aware and responsible citizens. On this occasion, Prize-winning students were honoured and awarded ceremoniously. Convener of CMS MUN-2024 and Senior Principal of CMS Rajajipuram Campus I, Mrs Nisha Pandey expressed her gratitude to all.


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