Welcome to VHMUN 7. I am a third year student of Law from Mumbai. I have been a part of about 45 Model UN conferences pan India and internationally. I am interested in studying International relations and how they shape society. Apart from that I am quite a movie buff.
It is my belief that the excellence of debates and the procedures of the committee are entirely dependent on the delegates and so, I am very eager to meet you all. I want you to do extensive research, make extreme alliances and come up with all inclusive resolutions.
Chaos and utter obliteration loom large and the only way through this time of desolation is the concord between the world leaders. Of course, that is easier said than done. Nevertheless, through this summit let us try to be harbingers of peace and prosperity.
In committee, I uphold a strict non interventionist policy and believe that the responsibility of a Chairperson is to act as a protector of parliamentary procedures. Engage with the debate and you will surely be up to speed in no time. If you have any questions regarding the agendas, or would simply like to introduce yourself to the Executive Board, please feel free to email me at my VHMUN id.
Glad to be a part of this edition of VHMUN.
From ‘a lost little ninth grader’ in my first MUN to being a part of more than 10 Executive Boards and 4 Secretariats, I can confidently vouch and say that I have indeed come a long way! I have chaired both national and international MUNs, including the Oxford International MUN and also won awards at all conferences.
I am passionate about photography and music, along with an innate liking for sports. In my free time, I love playing the guitar, composing music, and keeping myself apprised of international policies. With a goal of pursuing Philosophy, Political Science and Economics, I also wish to be associated with Manchester United at a professional level.
I truly believe in the concept of Model UN conferences and I am often found stating, ‘Don’t MUN for your Resume, MUN because you at least hope to see a difference.’