Centre of Management Studies, Jain (Deemed-to-be University) organized Model United Nations V5 from 23 to 25 November 2018.
United Nations General Assembly DISEC, United Nations Human Rights Council, United Nations Security Council and Continuous Crisis were the committees that were simulated in CMS MUN V5. The three day conference saw debates and discussions that shed light upon varied topics ranging from preventing and countering violent extremism and radicalism globally to the reassessment of weaponries of nuclear technology with respect to NPT and other relevant conventions, from cyber security attacks in the digital age to nuclear situation in East Asia and the geopolitical conundrum of India-Pakistan. Considered to be one of the most sought for Model United Nations conference in the country, CMS MUN V5 had to offer each delegate a new offer every day.
Day 1: The delegates were briefed extensively by a committee of 8 Executive Board members about the proceedings of the United Nations and were introduced to the topic while spreading out course plan for the next three days. It was this day that the conference kicked out in full enthusiasm cementing the beginning of success of the three days debating extravaganza.
Day 2: Delegates on this day took charge and debated upon an array of topics, determined to find solutions to each of them. This day stood as a testimony of what young minds can do when given a platform that is adequate and enriched. As the day proceeded the arguments and debates became volcanic hotter.
Day 3: It focused more on giving solutions to the problems that were discussed throughout the two days. Delegates of each committee came up with resolutions and ways to solve the posed problems.
At the end of the three days of heating debate and arguments, the Executive Board members decided the best delegate from each of the four committees. The participants were judged based on their involvement and compelling arguments throughout the conference. The four delegates that stood on top (Best Delegate) among a pool of talented delegates are Jaikishan Agarwal (DISEC), Rahul Thomas (UNSC), Nikhil Anand (UNHRC) and Aman Mihir (CRISIS).