I am a third year student of Law at the Government Law College, Mumbai. I have participated in over 40 MUNs across the country, both in the capacity of a delegate and as a member of the Executive Board. My love for the MUNs stems from my avid interest in the development of International Law and its application in the maintenance of International Relations, globally. Apart from the MUNs, I also actively take part in Parliamentary Debates and Moot Court Competitions. I have co founded the Alternative Dispute Resolution Cell in my College.
I believe that the key to extract the most out of a MUN is the ability to research smartly. That way, even if the other delegates are ill equipped to understand the intricacies behind foreign policy formulation, one ends up learning a little more than what one already knew, post the Conference.
I am glad to be on board for this edition of VHMUN 7.
I am the youngest executive board member, currently in the 10th grade in JBCN International School, Mumbai. My ardent wish is to actually work in a diplomatic mission for the United Nations. I will be joining the Mahindra United World College next year and pursue Political Science and International relations in the future.
‘Diplomacy isn’t a spectator sport; an active involvement is a crucial aspect.’ Having attended numerous Model United Nations conferences and parliamentary debates as both a delegate and an executive board member, it would be my pleasure to share my knowledge of the intricacies of the agendas with you.
As Francis Underwood said, ‘Shake with your right hand, but hold a rock in the left. If you’re a delegate who’s mastered the trait of efficient diplomacy, you’d know what I mean exactly.’ However, even if you are a novice, have no fear as the HRC sessions will be excellent learning and like me, you will want to change the world someday.